Three Sisters (2010 TV series)

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Three Sisters
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Genre Drama, Family
Written byChoi Yoon-jung
Directed byYoon Ryu-hae
Son Jae-sung
Starring Myung Se-bin
Yang Mi-ra
Jo An
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes123
Production
Running timeMondays to Fridays at 19:15 (KST)
Release
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original release19 April (2010-04-19) 
27 October 2010 (2010-10-27)
Chronology
Preceded by Wife Returns
Followed by Pure Pumpkin Flower
External links
Website

Three Sisters (Korean : 세자매; RR : Sejamae) is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Myung Se-bin, [1] Yang Mi-ra, Jo An, Song Jong-ho, Shim Hyung-tak, and Kim Young-jae. The daily drama is about the lives of two generations of three sisters, portraying their relationships and the difficulties they face. [2] It aired on SBS on Mondays to Fridays at 19:15 from April 19 to October 27, 2010 for 123 episodes.

Contents

Plot

39-year-old Kim Eun-young (Myung Se-bin) is the eldest among the younger generation of sisters. She has a thoughtful personality and was good in school, but to help her family she didn't attend college. Eun-young gets hurt when her husband Choi Young-ho (Kim Young-jae) has an affair, and contemplates divorce.

33-year-old Kim Eun-shil (Yang Mi-ra) is the middle sister of the younger generation of sisters. She is a divorcee and her daughter Yoon Goo-seul (Ahn Seo-hyun) lives with her ex-husband. Her character is somewhat vain, enjoying expensive items like designer clothes and bags.

29-year-old Kim Eun-joo (Jo An) is the youngest sister of the younger generation of sisters. Although she is a widow, she lives a bright life.

65-year-old Jang Jang-ae (Jung Jae-soon) is the eldest among the older generation of sisters. After her parents died, Jang-ae quit school to raise her two younger sisters. She never married and has no children.

61-year-old Jang Soon-ae (Park Won-sook) has a very considerate personality. She is the middle sister of the older generation of sisters, and the mother of the three sisters of the younger generation. She is married to Kim Won-tae (Jang Yong), and her husband runs a restaurant with her older sister Jang-ae. Soon-ae also has a son, Kim Eun-gook (Lee Je-hoon), who is adopted.

49-year-old Jang Ji-ae (Kyeon Mi-ri) is the youngest of the older generation of sisters. After the death of her parents soon after her birth, Ji-ae was raised by her oldest sister Jang-ae. With Jang-ae's support, Ji-ae was able to attend college. But she fell in love, dropped out, married her college sweetheart, then got divorced. She later lost her fortune to a younger man. Ji-ae has a romantic personality and now lives with Jang-ae.

Cast

Kim family
Jang family
Lee family
Go family
Choi family
Extended cast

Awards

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