The South Korean Drama Noble Woman is one of the popular ones in the K-drama lists. The show portrays the genres of romance, drama, and family and has been appreciated hugely for its structure and presentation of a simple story in a very heartwarming way. The JTBC drama was not only popular in the Asian entertainment arena but also formed a huge global audience. Noble Woman is also known with other names like “Gwibooin”, and “The Noblesse”. The Korean drama has portrayed the characters in a very original way, and that has given it a real flight.
Directed by Han Cheol Soo the show has been categorized as 15+, and that has increased its audience base by a lot. The Korean entertainment industry has never disappointed its audience when it comes to TV series or even movies. The crisp portrayal of characters and engaging plotlines by the excellent creators out there has made the genre globally famous and readily acceptable. Especially the K-dramas in the initial ages of the 20s has attracted global attention from everyone, and we can’t deny the fact that we still love those old golds with all our hearts.
We are here to again live the popular K-drama Noble Woman and to take you on a quick recap of the show. So, without taking any much time of yours, let’s have a quick peek inside and revisit the show again.
Noble Woman: Release Date & Cast
The show aired on January 13, 2014, and finished with its final episode on July 4, 2014. The internet was buzzing, although the premiere period and the drama was The Talk all through the months. It had a total of 114 episodes, and each had a running time of 40 minutes. Well, the show was long and descriptive with is each episode which made it easier for everyone to add it to their watchlist. Each new episode aired on the weekdays, i.e., on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The show’s cast was something everyone heavily appreciated. Each of them was in buzz for their roles which they portrayed really carefully and confidently on the screen.
In the main role, we had Jung Sung Woon as Park Young Min, Seo Ji Hye in the role of Yoon Shin Ae, Park Jung Ah playing the character of Lee Min Ah, and Hyun Woo Sung in the role of Han Jung Min.
In the supporting roles, we had Moon Hee Kyung as Park Kyung Ja and Jang Mi Hee portraying Hong Sun Joo.
The plot of the show revolved around Shin Ae, who was a single mother and worked as a salesperson in a department store to meet her needs. We meet Min Na, who is the only daughter of the owner of the department store and has extreme jealousy towards Shin Ae for her inborn confident self. As the story progresses, we find out that Shin Ae has a secret crush on Jung Min, the manager of the store. Though, things are not easy as they look as the smart Jung Min is in a secret relationship with Min Na.
She finds comfort in a clumsy but lovable man named Yeong Min, and they end up getting married. Though her happiness is short lives as Yeong Min and his parents, die in a plane crash which leaves her devastated. Her economic and social scenario completely changes when she finds out that Yeong Min’s father had a huge share in the department store, and thus, the property is inherited by her, which leads her to the social status she has always dreamed of. Even though her economic and social status is uplifted, she doesn’t find true happiness anywhere. Moreover, she still has feelings for Jung Min. On the other side, Min Ah is unable to stand Shin Ae’s rise in status and plots a conspiracy against her.
To put it all together, the whole drama portrays the competition from two high school classmates who are from completely different backgrounds. It narrates the tale of love and misery where each of them is trying to become a truly noble woman.