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Bread, Love and Dreams / King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo TV Series Box Set (Singapore Version) (8discs)
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Product Details
director:
genre: TV, Drama, Romance
subtitle: English, Chinese
language: Korean, Mandarin
audio: Dolby Digital 2.0
release date: Feb 12, 2011
company: Poh Kim
made in: Singapore
aspect ratio: 1.33:1
case: Box Set

Region Code: All, NTSC
No. of Disc: 8 (2 Box Set)
Running Time: Approx. 2160 min (36 Episodes)

Rating for English subtitles: Good

Special Features:
- Interactive Menus
- Scene Selections


Also Known As
Baker King, Kim Tak Goo
Bread, Love and Dreams
Bread Love Dreams
Kim Tak-Goo
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Introduction
Broadcast: June 9, 2010 ~ September 16, 2010
Episodes: 30

Story begins 12 years prior to when maid Kim Mee-soon gave birth to a child named, Tak-goo. As Kim became pregnant with SAMHWA food cooperation chairman, Gu In-jongs child, Mr. Gus wife, Suh In-sook forced Kim out of her house. It is after 12 years that Tak-goo appears again at Mr.Gus birthday party to formally announce himself as the legitimate son of Mr. Gu. However, due to Suhs contempt towards him, he is driven out of the house once more.

It is at this worst moment in life that Tak-goo meets his everlasting mentor, Pal bong and his true love, Yang Mi-sun. From then on he finally determines to embrace his new life by becoming the worlds best baker. However, his journey to his goal appears to be tough due to unexpected encounters with his first love and his step brother Gu Ma-jun. So how would his journey end?

Storyline
Kim Tak Goo is the eldest son of Goo In Jong, the president of Samhwa Enterprise, a legend in the baking industry. Although he is an extremely talented baker and seemed destined to succeed his father as president, Goo In Jong's family plotted to rob him of his inheritance because he was born to In Jong's mistress. Tak Goo's determination to become number one in the baking industry drives him to rebuild his career from scratch despite the many trials he faces.

KBS drama "Bread, Love and Dreams", which premiered on 9th June, remained strong on the primetime lineup of Wednesday and Thursday nights, maintaining its second weekly No.1 position on TV charts.

Figures from TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics) on Friday indicated that the viewership ratings for "Bread, Love and Dreams" shot up by an average 10.6 percent from last week with a score of 28.5 percent on June 16 and 25.3 percent the following day.

Statistics released by AGB Nielsen Media Research revealed that the newly released drama brought in lower ratings of 26.4 percent on Wednesday and 24.2 percent on Thursday.

"Bread, Love and Dreams", set to show its fifth episode next week, is about the success story of baker Kim Tak-koo, played by Yoon Si-yoon.

This week's episode focused on Il-jung (played by Jeon Kwang-ryeol who teaches his real son Ma-jun (played by child actor Sin Dong-woo) and hidden son Tak-koo (played by child actor Oh Jae-moo) on the skills of baking.


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