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  • TV-Y
  • 2010
  • 1 Season
  • 6.9  (43)

Fireworks is a South Korean television drama that was broadcast on MBC in 2006. Created and written by Kwon Min-soo, the show follows the lives of three childhood friends who are reunited after many years apart. The three friends - Kang Seung-woo (played by Ji-Hwan Kang), Han Jung-suh (played by Chae-Young Han), and Jung Byung-hee (played by Eun-hye Park) - grew up together in a small town. Kang Seung-woo and Han Jung-suh were particularly close, but circumstances out of their control forced them apart.

Years later, Kang Seung-woo has become a successful lawyer, while Han Jung-suh is a single mother and the owner of a small coffee shop. Jung Byung-hee has also found success, working as a documentary filmmaker.

When Kang Seung-woo returns to their hometown for a case, he reconnects with Han Jung-suh and Jung Byung-hee. The three of them soon realize that their pasts are more intertwined than they thought.

Fireworks explores themes such as love, friendship, and the power of memories. As the characters confront their pasts and attempt to reconcile their current lives with the people they used to be, they are forced to confront difficult truths about themselves and each other.

The show features strong performances from its lead actors. Ji-Hwan Kang brings a cool and composed energy to the role of Kang Seung-woo, while Chae-Young Han imbues Han Jung-suh with a quiet strength and resilience. Eun-hye Park shines as Jung Byung-hee, capturing her character's free-spirited nature and artistic drive.

The show also boasts impressive production values. The picturesque small town where the characters grew up is brought to life with beautiful cinematography, while the soundtrack features stirring orchestral pieces and pop songs that perfectly capture the emotional tone of each scene.

Despite its melodramatic flourishes, Fireworks is a thoughtful and emotionally affecting drama. It explores complex issues such as the lasting impact of childhood trauma and the difficulties of reconciling with the people we used to be. Through the struggles of its characters, the show offers a poignant meditation on the human condition and the enduring power of friendship.

Overall, Fireworks is a well-crafted and sophisticated drama that will appeal to fans of character-driven stories and emotional storytelling. Its strong performances and powerful themes make it a standout entry in the world of Korean television.

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Fireworks 17
17. Fireworks 17
June 1, 2010
In the series finale of Fireworks, In Jae finally confesses his true feelings to Shin Na Ra. Where will there future lead them, and what is to become of the rest of the cast?
Fireworks 16
16. Fireworks 16
June 1, 2010
Na Ra is finally tired of Mi Rae's selfish attitude and ways, but will Mi Rae realize that there's one man who will love her if she stops trying to be perfect and just is true to herself?
Fireworks 15
15. Fireworks 15
June 1, 2010
Mi Rae reveals to Nah Ra that In Jae is the father of her baby. Seung Woo talks to Nah Ra about his doubts concerning the true identity of the baby's father.
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14. Fireworks 14
June 1, 2010
In Jae tries to end his connection to Nah Ra with a phone call. A concerned Seung Woo reacts to the harsh criticism Mi Rae is receiving from Jin Hwa.
Fireworks 13
13. Fireworks 13
June 1, 2010
Jin Hwa schemes to have Soon Young attend a party after discovering her connection to Nah Ra. A sad Mi Rae sees Nah Ra leave with In Jae and their mothers.
Fireworks 12
12. Fireworks 12
June 1, 2010
Jin Hwa urges Mi Rae to end her current relationship with In Jae. Nah Ra is forced to find a new place to live but In Jae offers new accommodations.
Fireworks 11
11. Fireworks 11
June 1, 2010
In Jae awakes to find that Mi Rae is laying with him. Seung Woo goes to see Mi Rae but she requests that he stop coming to visit her at work.
Fireworks 10
10. Fireworks 10
June 1, 2010
In Jae tries to help Nah Ra get a new job with Jin Hwa. Seung Woo questions In Jae about a particular request from Jin Hwa concerning himself and Nah Ra.
Fireworks 9
9. Fireworks 9
June 1, 2010
A suspicious Mi Rae learns important information about Nah Ra from Seung Woo. Nah Ra chooses to quit her job as the potentially damaging news reaches everyone in the company.
Fireworks 8
8. Fireworks 8
June 1, 2010
Nah Ra pleads with Mi Rae to stop her relationship with In Jae. After working together, Nah Ra speaks to In Jae about her true feelings and pushes him to make a decision about his future.
Fireworks 7
7. Fireworks 7
June 1, 2010
In Jae and Mi Rae have a conversation about her relationship with Seung Woo. Mi Rae makes the decision to confess her romantic feelings for In Jae to Seung Woo.
Fireworks 6
6. Fireworks 6
June 1, 2010
Nah Ra celebrates her birthday with a party and forgives family members for not remembering the special day. Seung Woo thinks that Mi Rae's job is a problem for their relationship.
Fireworks 5
5. Fireworks 5
June 1, 2010
The kiss between In Jae and Nah Ra draws unexpected attention. In Jae tries to do something special for Nah Ra's birthday but Mi Rae receives an invitation from his mother.
Fireworks 4
4. Fireworks 4
June 1, 2010
Nah Ra underhandedly obtains information that Mi Rae and Seung Woo are planning an excursion. Mi Rae feels she should reveal details of her past engagement with In Chang after a discussion with his brother In Jae.
Fireworks 3
3. Fireworks 3
June 1, 2010
Nah Ra runs into In Jae while at work but Mi Rae is unaware they have met before. Seung Woo makes a surprising discovery when he pays a visit to Nah Ra's former home.
Fireworks 2
2. Fireworks 2
June 1, 2010
In Jae makes a request concerning Bong Chang and seeks a loan from his mother. Nah Kyung tries to confront Mi Rae about her affair with Seung Woo but Nah Ra prevents the incident from happening.
Fireworks 1
1. Fireworks 1
June 1, 2010
Seung Woo asks Nah Ra to marry him but a sudden revelation of cheating changes everything. While in a bar, Nah Ra throws away her engagement ring and later earns a job as cheerleader from In Jae.
  • Premiere Date
    June 1, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (43)