The Color of a Woman

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  • TV-PG
  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 8.1  (156)

The Color of a Woman is a South Korean romantic drama series that originally aired in 2011. The show centers on the life of a young woman named Lee So-ra, who is trying to find her place in the world while dealing with the challenges that come with being a woman in today's society.

Lee So-ra is a bright and ambitious young woman with a passion for fashion and design. Despite facing numerous obstacles and setbacks in her life, she is determined to pursue her dreams and make a name for herself in the fashion industry.

As the series begins, we see So-ra struggling to navigate the complicated world of fashion design, where success is often determined by who you know rather than what you can do. Despite her talent, she is repeatedly passed over for opportunities and denied the recognition she deserves.

However, things begin to change when she meets Choi Jin-wook, a wealthy and successful businessman who becomes her mentor and champion. Over time, the two develop a deep and intense romantic connection, but their relationship is complicated by the many obstacles and challenges they face along the way.

One of the most fascinating aspects of The Color of a Woman is the way it explores the complex and often fraught relationships between men and women in contemporary society. Through the character of So-ra, we see the challenges and limitations that women face in their professional and personal lives. At the same time, the series also delves into the struggles that men face as they try to navigate their own roles and responsibilities in a world that is constantly changing.

Despite the serious themes explored in the show, The Color of a Woman is ultimately a heartwarming and uplifting story about the power of love and perseverance. Through her determination and hard work, So-ra learns to overcome the obstacles in her life and find the true meaning of happiness and fulfillment.

Overall, The Color of a Woman is a must-watch for fans of romantic dramas and anyone who is interested in exploring the complexities of contemporary relationships and gender dynamics. With its compelling characters, engaging plot, and dynamic performances, it is sure to capture the hearts and minds of viewers everywhere.

The Color of a Woman is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on December 4, 2011.

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Episode 20
20. Episode 20
February 6, 2012
Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) who had prepared the engagement from start to finish suddenly breaks it off.
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
February 5, 2012
Watching over the Chairman, Jin Joo tells him about the first day she had met Joon Soo, Joon Soo looks the two from afar.
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
January 30, 2012
So Ra reminisce her date with Joon Soo when they were back in college as she holds a photo of them at the time.
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
January 29, 2012
Chan Jin asks So Ra again to reconfirm her feelings towards Joon Soo.
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
January 23, 2012
After meeting the Chairman, So Ra tells Joon Soo that she wants to end their relationship...
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
January 22, 2012
After hearing Chan Jin fell ill, So Ra rushes off to him...
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
January 16, 2012
As Joon Soo sits waiting in his office for So Ra to come, he receives a sudden phone call from Director Park calling to tell him the truth behind Chan Jin's mother.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
January 15, 2012
Joon Soo sincerely begs So Ra for forgiveness...
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
January 9, 2012
So Ra (Yoon So Yi) finds out that on the night of their vacation, Joon Soo (Jae Hee) had been in a hotel with Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung).
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
January 8, 2012
With a sudden announcement of personnel appointments, Chan Jin (Shim Ji Ho) becomes a board member and is promoted to managing director.
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
January 2, 2012
Joon Soo (Jae Hee) lies unconscious in the bed on which Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) lies next to him.
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
January 1, 2012
The party ends as both Joon Soo (Jae Hee) Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) pass out from excessive drinking.
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
December 26, 2011
Following a long night of a secret date, Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) wakes up way past her usual time.
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
December 25, 2011
Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) is on her way to a date with Yoon Joon Soo (Jae Hee) while Wang Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) trudges home, feeling defeated.
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
December 19, 2011
Both Wang Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) and Kang Chan Jin (Shim Ji Ho) encourage Yoon Joon Soo (Jae Hee) and Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) to look for new love, indirectly revealing their feelings.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
December 18, 2011
Just like any other day, Wang Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung) jumps out of bed to adorn herself for work, claiming appearance to be vital to the success of the firm, something entirely incomprehensible to Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi).
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
December 12, 2011
Feeling dreadful for having kicked out Wang Jin Joo (Lee Soo Kyung), Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) calls her up first thing in the morning to apologize and invite her back in.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
December 11, 2011
Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) steps out of the bathroom to get dressed for the big day at her work: the opening event of a new branch.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
December 5, 2011
Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi) had a crush on Yoon Joon Soo (Jae Hee), her senior, the minute she had entered the university and was more than thrilled when he asked her out in an honest and seemingly romantic manner.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
December 4, 2011
Byun So Ra (Yoon So Yi), a confident and independent woman excitedly races through her usual path on foot on a perfect day.
Where to Watch The Color of a Woman
The Color of a Woman is available for streaming on the ViiKii website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Color of a Woman on demand at and Viki.
  • Premiere Date
    December 4, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (156)