Yoo-Na's Street (TV Series 2014– )

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Yoo-Na's Street (TV Series 2014– )
Yoonaui Geori (original title)

Yoo-Na is a unrepentant professional pickpocket with a long rap sheet. Chang-Man is poor and unemployed but aspires to be a social worker. After the two become friends, Yoo-Na tries to turn over a new leaf in life.
South Korea
IMDb   8.1 /10
Creators
Creator Tae-woo Lim
Creator Woon-Kyung Kim
Information
Release Date2014-05-19
Runtime57mins
GenreComedy, Drama, Romance
Content Rating
Awards1 win & 4 nominations.
CompanyDrama House
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean
Yoo-Na Kang 50 episodes, 2014
Chang-man Kim 50 episodes, 2014
Nae-sang Ahn
Nae-sang Ahn
Dal-Ho Bong 50 episodes, 2014
Madam Hong 50 episodes, 2014
Kye-Pal Hong 50 episodes, 2014
Man-Bok Han 50 episodes, 2014
Yu-jeong Seo
Yu-jeong Seo
Mi-Sun Kim 50 episodes, 2014
Da-Young Han 50 episodes, 2014

Steal Heart

Steal Heart (Korean: 유나의 거리; RR: Yuna-eui Geoli; lit. Yoo-na's Street) is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Kim Ok-bin and Lee Hee-joon. It aired on JTBC from May 19 to November 11, 2014 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:50 (KST) time slot for 50 episodes.


Synopsis

Kang Yoo-na (Kim Ok-bin) is the daughter of a pickpocket who learned the trade from her father and is already famous in her own right (with a prolific rap sheet of her very own, and three prior convictions). After being released from prison, she works as a part-time barista at a friend's café, but sometimes goes back to her old habits. Yoo-na shares a multiplex house with a rag-tag group of personalities, including an ex-gangster, a call girl, and a day laborer. They may not have much to boast about, but they are bright and warm people who live their daily lives to the fullest.

Things take an interesting turn when they get a new neighbor — unemployed but seemingly pure-hearted Kim Chang-man (Lee Hee-joon) moves in. Chang-man is an aspiring social worker, and as Yoo-na gets to know the salt-of-the-earth good boy next door, he starts to change them all for the better. Residing together under the same roof, they come to understand each other and mend their past wounds.


Cast

  • Kim Ok-bin as Kang Yoo-na
  • Lee Hee-joon as Kim Chang-man
  • Lee Moon-sik as Han Man-bok
  • Shin So-yul as Han Da-young
  • Kim Hee-jung as Madam Hong
  • Baek Chang-min as Han Dong-min
  • Jung Jong-joon as Old man Jang
  • Jo Hee-bong as Hong Gye-pal
  • Seo Yoo-jung as Kim Mi-sun
  • Kim Young-woong as Byun Chil-bok
  • Kim Eun-soo as Uhm Hye-sook
  • Ahn Nae-sang as Bong Dal-ho
  • Kang Shin-hyo as Kim Nam-soo
  • Oh Na-ra as Park Yang-soon
  • Im Hyun-sik as Kang Bok-chun
  • Kim Min-ki as Yoon Min-kyu
  • Yoon Da-hoon as Jung Da-hoon
  • Ha Eun-seol as Yoon-ji
  • Yoo Gun as Tae-sik
  • Kim Yoon-joo as Chan-mi
  • Ra Mi-ran as Kkang-soon
  • Ryu Hye-rin as Hwa-sook
  • Song Sam-dong as Dae-gil
  • Shin Hyun-tak as Im Dong-ho
  • Song Chae-hwan as Hwang Jung-hyun
  • Yoon Yong-hyun as Baendaeng-yi
  • Lee Je-shin as Jjang-gu's mother
  • Ki Jung-soo as president of second-hand shop
  • Jung Yoo-min as Kim Young-mi
  • Han Kap-soo as Kim Jong-ho
  • Yoon Sang as Director Lee
  • Joo Min-kyung as Jin-mi
  • Shin Dong-mi as Hong Gye-sook
  • Hong Seok-yeon as Doksa
  • Choi Beom-ho as President Kwak
  • Lee Bit-na as Hyun-jung
  • Kim Joo-young as Jung Yong-geun
  • Jung Ah-rang as Hee-young
  • Moon Jung-soo as Mang-chi
  • Park Woo-chun as Noh Ho-jin
  • Choi Jung-hwa as staff of administration office
  • Oh Eun-chan as Hyun-chul
  • Hwang Tae-kwang
  • Jung Ae-hwa

Ratings

In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep.Original broadcast dateAverage audience share
AGB Nielsen
Nationwide
1May 19, 20141.616%
2May 20, 20141.945%
3May 26, 20142.251%
4May 27, 20142.222%
5June 3, 20142.141%
6June 9, 20141.990%
7June 10, 20141.744%
8June 16, 20141.766%
9June 17, 20141.925%
10June 23, 20141.897%
11June 24, 20142.196%
12June 30, 20142.151%
13July 1, 20142.262%
14July 7, 20142.113%
15July 8, 20142.169%
16July 14, 20141.911%
17July 15, 20142.250%
18July 21, 20142.173%
19July 22, 20142.489%
20July 28, 20141.958%
21July 29, 20141.888%
22August 4, 20142.288%
23August 5, 20142.553%
24August 11, 20142.291%
25August 12, 20142.420%
26August 18, 20142.292%
27August 19, 20142.172%
28August 25, 20142.363%
29August 26, 20142.211%
30September 1, 20141.951%
31September 2, 20142.463%
32September 9, 20142.132%
33September 15, 20142.468%
34September 16, 20141.963%
35September 22, 20141.746%
36September 23, 20142.288%
37September 29, 20141.967%
38September 30, 20142.460%
39October 6, 20142.440%
40October 7, 20142.380%
41October 13, 20141.864%
42October 14, 20142.176%
43October 20, 20142.254%
44October 21, 20142.223%
45October 27, 20142.105%
46October 28, 20142.802%
47November 3, 20142.568%
48November 4, 20142.839%
49November 10, 20142.403%
50November 11, 20142.684%
Average2.197%
  • This drama airs on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS).

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResult
20143rd APAN Star AwardsExcellence Award, Actress in a Serial DramaKim Ok-binWon
201551st Baeksang Arts AwardsBest DramaSteal HeartNominated
Best ActressKim Ok-binNominated
Best ScreenplayKim Woon-kyungNominated
10th Seoul International Drama AwardsBest Series DramaSteal HeartNominated
Best ScreenwriterKim Woon-kyungNominated
8th Korea Drama AwardsBest ScreenplayNominated

International broadcast

  • It aired in Vietnam from October 29, 2015 on VTV3 under the title Trái tim bị đánh cắp.