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This story is beautifully written, with a present-day theme. It tells of the struggles and survival of Jae- In and her blended family. It shows how the unselfish love of her step-daughter wins over pride, prejudice and disappointment of her grandfather. It shows the grandfather's bark worst than his bite and his heart of love hidden underneath a brash exterior

It involves the plight of Jae-In a young woman striving to be a faithful wife, loving mother, dutiful daughter and good citizen all rolled into one. Banished by her father, she is now abandoned by an unfaithful husband after she bails him out of jail. He leaves her with his young daughter from a previous marriage and their own daughter.

Having no recourse, she returns home to seek refuge for the girls while she makes an attempt to regain some footing in life. Despite overwhelming obstacles, strong family love and unity holds them together.

Set in a small village, in the beautiful hills of South Korea, the harshness of Jae-In's father and the cruel gossip of the neighbors is in stark contrast to the pristine surroundings. She struggles to fit into the tight circle of village women, even as the girls struggle to find friendship among the children.

Some light looms on their horizon, as the youngest daughter is rescued by a friendly neighbor and his young son. This friendship although slow in blooming, offers the promise of a wholesome, lasting relationship to come.

This is s movie made for family entertainment and is well worth seeing. Those who have suffered heartbreak and betrayal, will find themselves grieving with Jae-In as she sees her husband with another woman. Children will laugh with the antics of little Hyun-Soo and older ones will sympathize with the often blamed and misunderstood teen-ager Eun-Soo.

It is perfect for when snowed in or rainy days. With the fireplace going and buttered pop corn ready, the entire family can curl up and enjoy as many episodes as possible of Heaven's Garden.

Heaven's Garden is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on December 2, 2011.

Where do I stream Heaven's Garden online? Heaven's Garden is available for streaming on ViKi, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Heaven's Garden on demand at Netflix, Viki online.

Saturday & Sunday 7:50 PM et/pt on ViKi
1 Season, 30 Episodes
December 2, 2011
Kids & Family, International
Cast: Chani
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Heaven's Garden Full Episode Guide

  • Tae Suk warns Woo Gyun once more that Jae In is his wife and that it's best that they get back together, even if it's just for the children.

  • Joo Hong leaves Gombaeryung to go back to Seoul, where she holds a press conference to respond to the rumors.

  • After receiving a phone call from Hyun Soo, who misses her father, Tae Sub decides to go to Gombaeryung.

  • Woo Gyun is disappointed that Jae In wouldn't go to business trips with him, and convinces her to go together, so that they can have a proper date, far from the eyes of the villagers.

  • The village union fund balance sheet shows unequal balance, and the villagers are starting to suspect each other over the lost amount of money.

  • Boo Sik and his wife, Hwa Young, goes to the hospital to receive regular medical checkup.

  • Jae In has asked Woo Gyun to end his one-sided love during a date, and ever since, Woo Gyun has cut off all contacts in order to put an end to his feelings for Jae In.

  • Jae In is glad that her mother has come to live together with the rest of the family, however, she is growing more and more irritated day by day because of the argument she has with her mother.

  • Jae In is reminded of her mother, and sends an aeroplane ticket to her mother in the Philippines.

  • With Joo Hong's problem solved, Jae In is right to expect some peaceful days to come.

  • Orders are flowing into the new omija-berry and onion food processing business, and Boo Sik, Jae In, and Woo Gyun collect their resources and idea together to search for a new process which could lead to a more effective, quality-oriented production.

  • Ae Ok, Nam Gil's mother, is annoyed and angry without reasons at her own son and his wife, Myung Ok.

  • Finally, the day is here: the Big Three of Jindong Village face their elementary school graduation.

  • Woo Gyun makes degrading remarks concerning Jae In's husband, and an extremely offended Jae In distances herself from Woo Gyun.

  • Boo Sik, Jae In's father, is taken down with tuberculous pleurisy caused by extreme workload and stress.

  • Since Pal Bok's disappearance, Byung Do has been living at Boo Sik's house.

  • Hyun Soo is frustrated that Seung Woo is indifferent towards her.

  • Geum Hee has finally met the Tae Yang Cho grandma and asks her where she had come from.

  • Geun Woo has finally proposed to Geum Hee because he was worried that he would loose him once she quits the hospital.

  • Geum Hee's father passed away and the whole family is in sorrow.

  • Now Geum Hee is taking care of the VIP patient in the hospital and she is competing with Young Joo with the healing food for the VIP patient.

  • Park Gye Hyang drops by a little restaurant in the town to look for San Hae but the owner of the restaurant was blind so it was impossible for her to see the picture to remember San Hae.

  • Myung-Ok finally gives in to Nam-Gil's persistence in asking her hand for marriage.

  • Hyun-Soo is getting more and more stubborn, characteristic of children her age.

  • Hyun-Soo returns home crying, because she couldn't remember her father, Tae-Sub's face, while drawing 'My Family' during an art class.

  • Jae-In's two-timing husband, Tae-Sub, ignores her during an encounter on the road because he was with his lover.

  • With Eun-Soo and Hyun-Soo all back in their embrace, Boo-Sik and Jae-In sigh with relief.

  • Jae-In's husband, Tae-Sub is imprisoned for bankruptcy, and both spouses are chased day and night by loan sharks.