Queen In-hyun's Man (also known as Queen and I) is a 2012 historical-fantasy Korean drama which depicts the story of ancient scholar, Kim Boong Do (Ji Hyun Woo) who time-travels into the future and meets present day budding actress, Choi Hee Jin (Yoo In Na from My Love From Another Star, Secret Garden, Greatest Love and Arang).
During the Joseon era sometime year 1694, noble-born Kim Boong Do takes upon himself to support the reinstatement of Queen In Hyun (Kim Hae In from Arang), who was deposed and replaced by Lady Jang (Choi Woo Ri), the concubine of King Sukjong (Seo Woo Jin). After having preventing an assignation plot against Queen In Hyun, Boong Do earned the ire of Minister Min Ahm (Uhm Hyo Sup from School 2013, Silenced), who then orders his men to kill Boong Do. Incidentally, household servant Yoon Wol (Jin Ye Sol from 49 Days, Temptation of an Angel) holds unrequited love towards her master Boong Do and gives him a talisman to protect his life.
Year 2012, modern-day Seoul, amateur actress Choi Hee Jin receives a much-awaited career break in an upcoming historical drama “New Jang Heebin” where she is set to portray the role of Queen In Hyun. Unfortunately, she casts alongside her much-dreaded arrogant ex-boyfriend and celebrated playboy Hallyu star, Han Dong Min (Kim Jin Woo) and the condescending popular actress, Yoon Na Jung (Park Young Rin).
Back in the Joseon period, Minister Min Ahm’s co-conspirators attacked Boong Do but the talisman from Yoon Wol miraculously teleports Boong Do to present day Seoul, where he meets Jee Jin whom he initially finds absurd for misrepresenting herself as Queen In Hyun. Soon Boong Do and Jee Jin develop a friendship as Hee Jin helps Boong Dok in knowing about the key events in Joseon, thus giving him the opportunity to change unfavorable events each time he travels back to Joseon period. In the process of working together to tweak history, Boong Do and Jee Jin falls in love but encounters the challenges of maintaining a relationship separated by 300 years.
During a special fan meeting to celebrate the ending of Queen In-hyun's Man, Ji Hyun Woo made a surprise public declaration of love for his co-star, Yoo In Na. Eleven days later, In Ha confirmed their relationship on her radio show.
Genre: historical, romance, action, fantasy
Broadcast network: Total Variety Network (tvN)
Broadcast period: April 18, 2012 to June 7, 2012
Present Day Seoul
- King Sukjong (Seo Woo Jin)
- Queen In Hyun (Kim Hae In)
- Minister Min Ahm (Uhm Hyo Sup)
- Yoon Wol (Jin Ye Sol)
- Lady Jang (Choi Woo Ri)
- Ja Soo (Lee Kwan Hoo)
- Eunuch Hong (Kim Won Hae)
- Han Dong (Ji Nam Hyuk)
- Monk Young Myung (Kim Kyul)
Present Day Seoul
- Han Dong Min (Kim Jin Woo)
- Joo Soo Gyung (Ga Deuk Hee)
- Yoon Na Jung (Park Young Rin)
- Chun Soo (Jo Dal Hwan)
- writer (Yang Jae Hee)
1. You’ve Come (Kim So Jung)
2. I’m Coming to See You (Duk Hwan)
3. You’ve Come [Instrumental]
4. I’m Coming to See You [Instrumental]
1. Just Once (Young Jae of 4Men)
2. Just Once [Instrumental]
1. Same Sky, Different Time (Joo Hee of 8Eight)
2. Same Sky, Different Time [Instrumental]
Korean drama, Queen In Hyun's Man/INHYEONWANGHU's MAN/Inhyeon Wanghu-ui Namja 8 Disc DVD [Region Code : 3] + 4 Digipack 2 jong + 70P Photobook + Transcript + Not Released OST (Special) (2012)
Queen In Hyun's Man (8DVD + CD) (End) (tvN TV Drama) (Director's Cut) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
Queen In Hyun's Man OST (tvN TV Drama) - $14.99
A scholar acquires a talisman that allows him to travel back and forth between the 17th century and the present-day in the tvN drama Queen In Hyun's Man. In Joseon times, he risks his life to support the reinstatement of the deposed Queen In Hyun. In modern times, he meets and falls in love with a perky actress playing Queen In Hyun in a television series! Ji Hyun Woo and Yoo In Na star in the 2012 time-travel romance which turned into an audience favorite.
The soundtrack for Queen In Hyun's Man features ten tracks including the moving ballads "Same Sky, Different Time" by 8Eight's Joo Hee, "Just Once" by 4Men's Young Jae, and "I'm Going To Meet You" by Deok Hwan.