Glass Slippers
Tags: kdrama
Alternative Names:


Glass Shoes

Yu-ri Ku-du

Yuri Kudu

Country of Origin: Korea (South)
Year Produced: 2002
Air Date: Mar 2, 2002 to Jul 28, 2002
Episodes: 40
Type: Series
Page Views: 21358
Fans: 28
Forum Posts: 1
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Glass Slippers

This drama is about the lives of Tae-hee and Yun-hee, two sisters whose mother died while giving birth to Yun-hee. Their father, who loves them dearly, married their mother without their paternal grandfather’s consent, and deprived of any familial support, the sisters and their father struggle to make ends meet even as their father faces a life-threatening illness. This drama follows Tae-hee and Yun-hee into adulthood as, separated by a cruel twist of fate, the girls come to lead very different lives, oblivious of one another.

Source: Korean Drama
Extended Information

Broadcast network: SBS

Production Credits
Director: Choi Yoon Suk
Writer: Kang Eun Kyung

Source; Drama Wiki


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02. Go Baek Hal Gge - Jia
03. Nuh Reul Ji Kyuh Jool Gguh Ya - Lee Jong Won From CAN
04. For Your Love - Jang Hye Jin
05. Help Me Love - Park Wan Gyu
06. Bi Sang Ji Ah - Park Wan Gyu
07. Gloomy Sunday - Jun Seung Woo & Park Chae Won
08. Suh Toon Go Baek - Kim Jin Woo
09. Je Bal.. - Kim Jin Woo
10. Nuh Reul Ji Kyuh Jool Gguh Ya (Piano Version)
11. Mun Gil (Guitar Version)
12. Tears (Piano Version)
13. Bin Deul Eh Suh (Piano Version)
14. Nuh Reul Bo Naen Sae Byuk (Chorus Version)
15. Byul He Neun Bam (Harmonica Version)

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