Genre: School, romance
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Jan-03 (Replacing Mary Stayed Out All Night)
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Six students at Girin Art High School work to achieve their dreams of becoming stars, Students at an arts and entertainment school mature as they face incidents and struggles. This movie shows singing, dancing, and acting and also shows the true side of the entertainment industry. (Source: Hancinema)
Kim Soo Hyun
plays a young man named Song Sam Dong who dreams to have his own farm since he was a child. But, because of his crush on the female lead, he follows her to the arts high school. Here, he discovers his hidden talent in music and starts his path to becoming a star.
plays Jin Gook, a problematic child who puts up a wall between himself and the school. However, he gets recruited by the chairman of Girin Arts High School who had noticed his talents in becoming a world star.
plays Kevin, an aspiring dancer from a foreign country. His superior dance skills allows him to be accepted by the Girin Arts High School.
Ham Eun Jung
plays the role of Yoon Baek Hee is a student that confidently passes the audition for the Girin Arts High School and transforms from an ugly duckling into a beautiful swan. She will later become the biggest rival of Go Hye Mi.
plays the role of Kim Pil Suk. She is a girl with a beautiful voice but is overweight. She has a major crush on Jason who has rejected her. She vows in 200 days she would lose 30kg while the time he is away from school doing K activities. She does lose 30kg after that 200 day period and Jason becomes attracted to the old, fat, Pil Suk. The two then express their feelings for each other.
Uhm Ki Joon
Lee Yoon Ji
Bae Yong Joon (cameo ep 1-4)
Park Jin Young as Yang Jin Man (English teacher)
Han Ji Hoo
Yoon Young Ah as Aria
Lee Byung Joon
Jun Ah Min as Dance teacher
Baek Won Gil as Teacher Gong
Han Ye In
Lee Yoon Mi as Dance teacher
Kim Hyun Joong (cameo)
Jo Sumi (cameo, ep 1)
AKB48 (cameo, 3 members)
Production Companies: KeyEast, JYPE, and CJ Media
Producer: Bae Yong Joon, Park Jin Young
Screenwriter: Park Hye Ryun (박혜련)
Director: Lee Eung Bok