The King 2 Hearts is a 2012 South Korean television series about a South Korean crown prince who falls in love with a North Korean special agent starring Lee Seung-gi and Ha Ji-won in the leading roles.
The King 2 Hearts is set in an alternate universe where modern-day South Korea is governed by a constitutional monarchy descended from the Joseon Dynasty. Lee Jae-ha is a handsome yet materialistic crown prince who doesn't care about politics and feels total reluctance to being the second in line to the throne. Lee Jae-kang, the current king, tricked him into joining a joint military collaboration with North Korea as a means to help "make him grow up".
Meanwhile, Kim Hang-ah is a North Korean Special Forces Officer who is also the daughter of a North Korean military high command official. Both Jae-ha and Hang-ah meet at the joint military training, a crucial part in establishing friendly relations between the two separate countries. Although the two met each other with a fiery disposition, Jae-ha unwittingly sparks a friendship with Hang-ah and he subsequently falls in love with her. Soon, an arranged marriage is set up between the two and they eventually become engaged. While they attempt to set their differences aside and build a growing relationship, things suddenly take a turn for the worse when King Jae-kang and his wife were assassinated in cold blood by the devious Club M, who are led by John Meyer/Kim Bong-gu, a mysterious magician who wishes to remove the Royal Family and rule in their stead. Now crowned the new King of South Korea, Jae-ha must learn to be responsible and protect the country before it is too late.
- Ha Ji-won as Captain Osang dora Kim/Kim Hang Ah
- Lee Seung-gi as Prince Mojacko Lee/ Lee Jae Ha (later King Jae-ha)
- Kang Han-byul as young Jae-ha
As a means to whip him into shape, North Korean Representative and Captain Kim Hang-ah "threatened" him into submission right after their first encounter. After a bumpy ride through each undertaken mission and a love/hate relationship with Hang-ah, Jae-ha eventually realized he had an attraction to the hard yet innocent female, a fact he constantly denied. Long after the completion of their training, a rumor "King Jae-kang once considered North Korean Captain Kim as a potential candidate for Prince Jae-ha's consort" was spread against the palace's wishes. As a means to stem the rumors and assuage the public, Jae-ha decided to publicly state that he is "indeed in love with the North Korean" to ease the political fire targeted towards his elder brother. He was subsequently engaged to Captain Kim Hang-ah and now must somehow transform their "marriage of convenience" into a real romantic relationship. However, before any of that could take place, Jae-ha only found himself in a bigger mess after the assassination of the royal couple. Now crowned the King of South Korea, he must act fast and be mature and responsible like his so called "old-headed" brother, before everything he cherishes in his heart falls apart. Faced with the possibility of his future wife being responsible or remotely related to the assassination, Jae-ha must now choose to trust his heart or his adviser. Heart triumphed over logic and the two found themselves growing deeper affections for one another throughout the ordeal. Even though so, public sentiment could not rest and continual accusations unto Jae-ha's bride comes in waves. Succumbing to deceitful persuasion from the King's oldest and most trusted adviser, Hang-ah was forced to undergo public persecution.
Jae-ha, once known never to care for another being in his life, didn't sense how much the persecution was straining Hang-ah and their relationship. His lack of display of concern was wrongly translated as being uncaring which deeply hurt Hang-ah. Harsh words were spoken against him and Jae-ha being the immature and egocentric self he is ordered for her exile back to the North. All seemed to be lost in this relationship, Jae-ha seemingly complacent and proud of his decision, until time wrought by the separation made him come to terms with his own true feelings. Regret and remorse stemmed his very soul during these times but with Hang-ah far-away in the North, out of reach and sight, there was little hope for reconciliation.
The timing could not have been worse when a public news report came from the North reporting that Hang-ah had suffered a miscarriage. Jae-ha is now faced with negative press not only for being an irresponsible king but also a selfish, sex-crazed monster. In spite of the horrible accusations, Jae-ha can only think about how hurt and pained Hang-ah must be and immediately devised a plan against his adviser's wishes.
All great men have their sidekicks and this came to be no other than Eun Shi-kyung whose loyalty would surpass familial relations. With courage behind their back, King Jae-ha heads North and crosses the border with his life at stake. All this won him a chance meeting with Hang-ah but did nothing to impress her or soothe her wrath and pain towards the loss of her child. His "clever and heroic" ways were scoffed at by Hang-ah who believes with all her heart that he only knows how to look good. But that won't do for her, as her heart will never change for him again.
Though grossly misunderstood, Jae-ha insistently stayed in the North, knowing many enemies are after his head, in the hope that Hang-ah will believe in him again.
- Jo Jung-suk as Eun Shi-kyung
- Yoon Je-moon as Kim Bong-gu (a.k.a. John Meyer)
- Lee Yoon Ji as Lee Jae-shin (Princess Jae-shin)
- Lee Sung-min as Lee Jae-kang (King Jae-kang)
- Park Gun-tae as young Jae-kang
- Yoon Yeo-jeong as Bang Yang-seon (Queen Mother Yang-seon)
- Lee Soon-jae as Eun Kyu-tae
- Jung Man-shik as Rhee Kang-seok
- Kwon Hyun-sang as Yeom Dong-ha
- Choi Kwon as Kwon Young-bae
- Lee Do-kyung as Kim Nam-il
- Jun Gook-hwan as Hyun Myung-ho
- Samantha Daniel as Bon Bon
- Yum Dong-hyun as Park Ho-chul
- Lee Yeon-kyung as Park Hyun-joo (Queen Hyun-joo)
The King 2 Hearts OST Album Track List..:)
1. The King (더 킹)
2.Missing You Like Crazy (미치게 보고 싶은) – Tae Yeon (태연)
4. I Can’t Say It (말못하죠) – J-Min
5.Only You (오직 너만을) – Boyfriend’s Hyun Seong (현성 – 보이프렌드)
6. I Want to Live My Way (내맘대로 살꺼야) – Super Kidd (슈퍼키드)
7.First Love (처음사랑) – Lee Yoon Ji (이윤지)
8. Love and Touching of The King (더킹 사랑과 감동)
9. Dream of Hang Ah (항아의 꿈)
10. Dead Line
11. Two Hearts (두 개의 심장)
12. Together… (함께…)
13. Special Mission (특수임무)
14. The Sad Sky (슬픈 하늘)
15. Smile Day (웃는날)
16. Love Hurts (아픈 사랑)
17. Lovely Yours
19. If You Close Your Eyes (눈을 감으면)
20. Burning Heart (타는 마음)
23. Black Message
24. Bright Day
25. New Beginning (새로운 시작)
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