The Legendary Police Woman - Korean_Damo_( 2003 KO )_Complette_DVDRip_eng_sub

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  • Episode: S20E03
  • Original run: 28 July 2003 — 01 September 2003
  • Summary:

    Long time ago in Korea, during the time of Cho-Sun Dynasty, there was a group of women called 'Da-Mo'. 'Da-Mo' is the name of the job meaning the police woman. 'Da-Mo' was regarded as the low class but they had the privilege to investigate lady's private room and interview the ladies of the high society where no man could approach. Da-Mo's who are working in the Palace were even privy to the ongoing political intrigue.

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The Legendary Police Woman - Korean_Damo_( 2003 KO )_Complette_DVDRip_eng_sub (Size: 10.24 GB)
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  Damo_Ep_03_04.avi 1.43 GB
  Damo_Ep_05_06.avi 1.42 GB
  Damo_Ep_07_08.avi 1.42 GB
  Damo_Ep_09_10.avi 1.46 GB
  Damo_Ep_11_12.avi 1.44 GB
  Damo_Ep_13_14end.avi 1.58 GB

Format: DivX/AVI
File size: 7 x 1.45 Gb
Duration: 14 x 1h04Min
Codec ID: MPEG4
Bit rate: 1500 Kbps
Width: 624 pixels
Height: 468 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 4:3
Frame rate: 29.970 fps
Resolution: 24 bits
Audio Langue: Korean
Format: mp3
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sample rate: 48 KHz
Bitrate: 128 kbits
This is 14 Episode series
Subtittle english Hardsubed
Title: 조선 여형사 다모(茶母) / Joseon Yeohyeongsa Damo
Also known as: Female Detective Damo (KBFD-TV) / Damo: The Undercover Lady Detective (DVD) / Damo, the Detective in Chosun / The Legendary Police Woman
Episodes: 14
Genre: Historical, Crime, Romance
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2003-07-28 to 2003-09-09
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
This series and our heroine took place in the Chosun Dynasty.Chae Ok was separated from her brother when her father, a nobleman, was accused of treason. She managed to make her way and becomes a Damo, a low ranked woman detective. Skilled in swordplay, she must not only fight crime, but to face inequality for her status in society. Her brother grew up to be a rebel leader fighting against society injustice and both brother and sister faced off against each other on opposite side of the law.
Ha Ji Won as Chae-Ok
Kim Min Joon as Jang Sung-Baek
Lee Seo Jin as Commander Hwangbo
Lee Moon Shik as Ma Chook-Ji
No Hyun Hee as Ta Bak-nyu
Park Young Kyu as Jo Se-ok
Lee Han Wie as Baek Jo-wan
Kwon Oh Joong as Lee Won-hae
Shin Seung Hwan as Ahn Byung-taek
Yoon Moon Sik as Ahn Nok-sa
Jung Wook as Jung Pil-joon
Jung Ho Geun as Choi Dal-pyung
Kwan Yong Woon as No Kak-chool
Ahn Kye Bum as Kato Masayuki
Chae Young In as Jo Nan Hee
Jun In Taek
Jung Min Ah
Seo Bum Shik
Jo Jae Hyuk
Production Credits
Chief Producer: Jo Joong Hyun
Screenwriter: Jung Hyung Soo
Director: Lee Jae Kyu
Before writing a review for a drama, I usually allow my obsessive streak settle down first. Otherwise, I'm afraid I'd be far too swayed by the present emotions at the time, writing a biased, slightly exaggerated (only slightly) review. It's surprising how, in retrospect, how many dramas that seemed amazing at the time, seem a bit stupid and a bit dragged out a few months down the road. So after I watched Damo, I decided to let my hyped-up emotions take a breather and watched several other dramas after it, including all of Mianhada Saranghanda (Sorry I Love You) and random episodes of other dramas. Yet, 3 months down the road, I am -still- as much in love with the drama as I was then. That must say something.
One of the most impressive things about this drama was the ability for the director to make the audience fall in love with both of the male leads. Too often there is a distinct separation between good or bad, powerful or wimpy. The audience can usually draw a clear-cut attachment to one character only, and you are left often feeling little pity for the other (eg. every single korean drama out there.) There is always a character that is a wimp, who holds onto the girl for dear life; the one you want to strangle. The line is usually so evident: black & white, not much of a challenge. Yet in Damo, the two male leads are equally righteous and passionate, equally perfect in their own right. Hwangbo Yoon (Lee Seo Jin) plays the commander who upholds the law and government; Jang Sung-baek (Kim Min Joon) is the rebellious leader who fights for the people. Both work for a better society and both strive for the same ideals, through different means. In that way, they clash viciously, but both have a vision.
This grey area that exists between what is right and wrong brings out the conflicted feelings of Chae-Ok (Ha Ji Won) who, against her intent, falls in love with Jang Sung-baek. Ha Ji Won is extremely successful in bringing out the raw and utterly pained feelings of Chae-Ok, a lowly Damo who cannot fall in love with Hwangbo Yoon because of her status in society. At the same time, she cannot fall in love with Jang Sung-baek because he is the enemy that she seeks. This constant fight and battle between two sides, neither of which are exceedingly wrong, causes the pain and torment that vibrates throughout the drama. She truly shines as the strong, intelligent, and beautiful heroine in this series. The integrity and the strength Chae-Ok finds in herself immediately draws the attention and admiration of the audience; although she is eternally confined to the status of a servant, she is able to garner the respect from officers much higher than her through her cunning detective abilities, and her fearless (and sometimes reckless) personality.
Furthermore, the beautiful cinematography distinguishes Damo from other dramas. It serves to heighten the raw and incredibly touching emotions present in the most subtle of ways. There is no dramatic spinning camera-work during a particularly heated kiss, nor a slow motion scene where the two main characters just miss each other, setting off a chain of misunderstandings. Each scene in Damo is significant to the plotline, but unlike many other dramas, it is used not to further the plotline, but to deepen it. Damo demonstrates the loyalty, the passion, and the heartbreaking pain of impossible love. It is undoubtedly my favorite drama to date.

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