Category Archives: – Ko Hyun Jung

MV Foxy Lady – Byung Hee & Chul Soo Theme

This is a fanmade MV
Song : The OST “Go Rae Eh Ggoom (Falling In Love Again)” By Bobby Kim(Featuring Kim Young Geun [Bobby’s Father])
Clips : Byung Hee & Chul Soo’s Scenes From K-Drama “What’s Up Fox” (MBC-2006)

My Comment :
The song used in this MV is actually an additional song from the OST Collection of this drama. However, I like this song very much. What a coincidence that after Fashion 70s (the drama which Chun Jung Myung starred earlier), Bobby Kim’s song is again used as one of the OST of this drama with also Chun Jung Myung in it.

Bobby Kim – go rae eh ggoom (Falling In Love Again).wma
1.9 Mb [Download][Mediafire]

Related Link :Bobby Kim’s other song in this blog Yak Han Nam Ja


Foxy Lady (MBC-2006)

Title: 여우야 뭐하니 / Foxy Lady
Also known as: Hey Fox, What You Want To Do?/What’s Up Fox
Episodes: 16

Casts :
Ko Hyun Jung as Ko Byeong Hee
Chun Jung Myung as Park Cheol Su
Choi Yeon Woo as Bae Hee Myeong
Kim Eun Joo as Ko Jun Hee
Son Hyun Joo as Park Byeong Gak

Synopsis :

The story is about a not-so-bright older girl of 33 years old with a heart of a 24-year-old called Go Byeong Hee, who works as a reporter in a third-rate magazine company and dreams with a “platonic love and relationship” with her friend’s brother who is nine years younger than her. What she dreams of, is working for a company that she can be proud of and finding a man who can provide warm support when she needs it. In addition, she wants to go on a world tour in a camping car with her new love. Suddenly, she gets into an accident with her friend Seung Hye’s brother, Park Chul Su. He is a 24-year-old male working as a mechanic at a car repair shop. Although Chul Su does not have much in life, he is filled with ambition and enjoys life by doing the things he loves, working as a mechanic and traveling. How many people actually find the love they dream of? Until they realize that true love is just around the corner, this couple continues to pursue this unique romantic relationship of “dating a friend’s brother” and “dating my sister’s friend”.

Credits: DramaWiki

My Comment:

Foxy Lady is actually not my favorite K-Drama. Both Go Hyun Jung and Chun Jung Myung are great actors but the storyline and the characters created for them made me think that Byung Hee and Chul Soo are more suitable as sister and brother than lover. Chul Soo’s character are too cute as Byung Hee boyfriend. However, I like some of the OSTs.

Related Link :

  • Ko Hyun Jung’s other drama in this blog H.I.T
  • Chun Jung Myung’s other drama in this blog Fashion 70s

  • [odeo=]
    Like Me (byunghee & chulsoo theme) – Lee Sang Kyu.wma 3.9MB [Listen/Download][eSnips]
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    H.I.T/Homicide Investigation Team (MBC-2007)-Gallery

    Soo Gyung in Uniform

    Jae Yoon in Casual Wardrobes

    Credits:Saturn@Soompi Forum

    Geu Saram-JM 2MB[D] [eSnips]

    MV H.I.T-Success

    This is a fanmade MV
    Song :Success – Super Junior
    Clips:Soo Kyung and Jae Yoon’s Scenes from K-Drama “H.I.T”(MBC-2007)
    My Comment:
    This is the first MV of mine that I made with a combination of Windows Movie Maker and Flash MX. Although it is only the first 8 minutes of the clips but it really took great effort for me to do it since I was just a beginner in using Flash MX. I wish I can learn more about Flash MX and make better clips in the future..

    I love this song very much..At first,I thought the lyrics might be something about achieving success but later I found out that it is actually a love song.

  • Success – Super Junior [D]
  • H.I.T/Homicide Investigation Team (MBC-2007) – The Characters

    Cha Soo-gyung (Played by Go Hyun-jung)
    Single. Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, Investigation Team 1, Lieutenant
    The first female chief of homicide
    A shoeholic and gun addict

    Too busy to go home, she spends five days a week at the women’s dorm in the Police Agency. Her hair is always messy and she walks around the office in sweats that has “Seoul Police Agency” written on it in huge print. Due to her athlete’s foot, she wears toe socks that even the guys refuse to be seen in. Her only hobby is playing ball with her team. She has become tougher than anybody else since she has worked and lived among rugged detectives and criminals, but no one has been to her home. D.A. Kim Jae-yoon is the first one to set foot into her house. The place is simple and neat, and surprisingly, there is a teddy bear on her bed. She did indeed have a feminine side. But the biggest surprise comes from her shoe closet. It is filled with an incredible number of high heels.
    She leads a life that confuses even herself on whether she’s a man or a woman, but her shoes satisfy her feminine desire. Jae-yoon insists that her shoeholic tendency represents her yearning of her lost femininity and the reality that blocks her from exposing her feminine side. “Dump the toe socks and be a woman,” he pleads but she casually blows it off. She shuts him up by solving a case with her expansive knowledge of shoes. She has the ability to recreate a crime scene with the shoe prints at the scene and predicts the criminal’s occupation or traits by analyzing the shape and texture of the shoe.
    She’s a great shooter and is greatly attached to her guns. She has never had to shoot anyone yet but she’s always ready for the inevitable circumstance.
    She believes that the gun puts her on an equal stand with men. She thinks that a woman with a gun versus a man with a gun is more equal than a woman versus a man.
    That’s why she prefers a 38mm revolver to a 22mm.

    Her beliefs: “A cop without a sense of justice is nothing but a gangster.”
    “Victims are not tools of investigation, they are the purpose.”
    “Dream teams don’t exist. They are created.”
    “Justice must take place when it can or it may never will.”
    “Han Sang-min is the only man in my life.
    The rest fall into three categories; colleagues, criminals or victims.”

    Kim Jae-yoon (Played by Ha Jung-woo)
    Single. Prosecutors’ Office, Rooky DA
    A clever individualist.
    His M.O: Life is about having fun

    The youngest son from a wealthy family. He is so smart that he has never failed a single test in his life. Overly optimistic to the point of being immature, he loves women, gambling, and traveling around the world.
    He has an extensive knowledge in music and art and whatever else he’s interested in. Because he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, there is nothing that he wants or expects in life. Continue reading