War of Money TV Series Soundtrack ver.2

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Product Information
Also Known As:Money War
Director:Jang Tae-Yu
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Comedy, Action
Release Date:Jun 11, 2007
Product Made In:South Korea
Case:CD Case

Product Details
1. ¾ ǥ – 50 Ver.
2. ϳ Ϸ簰 – ٺŴ (Bobby kim)
3. ¾ ǥ – SoloMon
4. ¾ (Ȳ) – SoloMon
5. ¾ () – Piano Ver.
6. ¾ – ޸
7. ϳ Ϸ簰 - Inst
8. ¾ ǥ - Inst
9. ¾ ǥ – Acoustic Inst
10. ¾ –
About War of Money TV Series
Broadcast: May 16, 2007 ~ July 19, 2007
Total 20 episodes = 16 rounds + bonus 4 rounds

Won 9 awards in *2007 SBS Drama Awards* - ABSOLUTELY MUST-SEE!!

As soon as it premiered, Money's Warfare became an instant attraction. First, the SBS drama is about everyone's favorite topic of conversation - money. Second, it stars Park Shin Yang, the ever-charismatic actor from Lovers in Paris, who started a craze with the charming one-liner "Ae-gee-ya!", which literally translates as "Baby!" Money's Warfare easily won the ratings war in its time slot with rave reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised the drama's unique storyline and superb cast, including Park Jin Hee ( Come Back Soon Ae!), Kim Jung Hwa (Snow White), and Lee Won Jong (Hi, Dharma 2), whose role as a notorious loan shark brought much realism to the drama. Money's Warfare tackles one of Korea's biggest problems - debt.

Top-ranked investment banker Geum Na Ra (Park Shin Yang) was living the good life - but he didn't know his own father was suffering from an insurmountable debt. Na Ra and his girlfriend Cha Yeon (Kim Jung Hwa) attend his sister's wedding, only to have chaos erupt at the blissful event. The notorious loan shark Ma Dong Po (Lee Won Jong) and his men force Na Ra's father to sign an organ waiver in lieu of the debt payment, before stuffing the newlyweds' gratuity into their bags. Ma Dong Po and his gang continue to harass Na Ra at his workplace, and even barge into his house demanding payment, traumatizing Na Ra's mother, who collapses on the floor. In desperate need of money to pay for his mother's hospital fees, Na Ra runs to a nearby bank for a loan, only to be flatly denied. Meanwhile, Na Ra's disgruntled boss takes advantage of Na Ra's troubles, using them as an excuse to fire him. Enraged and at his wit's end, Na Ra flips out completely, officially declaring war on all things having to do with money!