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Market Travelability
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Dream High (드림하이)’s
home country is:
South KoreaSouth Korea
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24.5%
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Dream High (드림하이) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Dream High (드림하이) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Dream High tells the story of six students at Kirin Art High School who work to achieve their dreams of becoming music stars in the Korean music industry. Go Hye Mi is a student who sings classical music but has to give up her dream by entering Kirin Art High School to pay off her father's debt. However, she needs to get two other students to also come to the school in order for her to enroll in the school conditionally.

Official Sites: Official Facebook, Official Wikipedia

Country: South Korea

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Korean

Release Date: January 3, 2011

Also Known As: Dream High: Sueña sin límites, Deurim Haiドリームハイ, DreamHigh, 夢想高飛, 夢想起飛 Dream High, Dream High, Sueña Alto, Deurim hai, 드하, 星夢高飛, La Un Pas de Stele, 梦想高飞, Одержимые мечтой, Sueña en Grande, Sueña Sin Límites, 追夢高中, حلم الشباب, 드림 하이, ดรีมไฮท์, 드림하이 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, PG)

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Korean Broadcasting System (KBS)

CastSee full cast »

J.Y. Park
as Yang Jin Man/Self
Ailee
as Ailee
Hwang Chan-sung
as Oh Sun's imaginary boy
Bae Yong-joon
Mi-seon Hwang
as Rian's Mother/Rian's mother
Ham Eun-jung
Jin-woon Jung
as Jin Yoo-jin/Flash Mob Dancer
Jeong Gyu-Su
as Shin Hae-sung's Father
Lee Yoon-ji
Min-joo Jung
as Jung Ah Jung
Ji-Soo Kim
as Park Hong-Joo
Hee-seok Yun
as Shin Jae-in
Jung-ui No
as Shin Hae-pung (Shin Hae-sung's sister)
Park Seo-joon
as Si-Woo
Kim Hyun-joong
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2

Media

Most Popular
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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee full list »

Baek Sang TV 2011

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Best New Director

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Best New Actor

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Best New Actress

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Most Popular Actor

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Most Popular Actress

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Most Popular Actress

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Most Popular Actress

Nominee

Baek Sang TV

Best New Actor

KDF Award 2011

Nominee

KDF Award

Best Writer

Nominee

Winner

KDF Award

Best New Actor

Nominee

KDF Award

Best New Actress

Nominee

KDF Award

Best Supporting Actor

Nominee

KDF Award

Best Supporting Actress

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