Secret Garden tells the story of Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin), an arrogant and eccentric CEO who maintains the image of seeming perfection, and Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won), a poor and humble stuntwoman whose beauty and body are the object of envy amongst top actresses. Their accidental meeting, when Joo Won mistakes Ra Im for actress Park Chae Rin, marks the beginning of a tense, bickering relationship, through which Joo Won tries to hide a growing attraction to Ra Im that both confuses and disturbs him. To complicate matters further, a strange sequence of events results in them swapping bodies.
- Drama: Secret Garden
- Revised romanization: Sikeurit Gadeun
- Hangul: 시크릿 가든
- Director: Shin Woo-Cheol, Kwon Hyuk-Chan, Kim Jung-Hyun
- Writer: Kim Eun-Sook
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 20
- Release Date: November 13, 2010 – Janaury 16, 2011
- Runtime: Saturdays & Sundays 22:00
Kim Joo-Won (Hyun-Bin) is from a wealthy family, smart and good looking. He runs the luxurious Roel Department store, which his family owns.
Oska (Yoon Sang-Hyun) is a popular singer around Asia, but he doesn’t have musical talent. He is also a womanizer. Joo-Won and Oska are also cousins and highly competitive towards each other.
On a request by Oska, Joo-Won goes to pick up actress Park Chae-Rin from a shooting set. Joo-Won mistakes stunt woman Gil Ra-Im (Ha Ji-Won) for Park Chae-Rin and takes stunt woman Ra-Im to a hotel. Oska made the request in an attempt to prevent Park Chae-Rin from revealing their relationship to the press. At the hotel, Joo-Won discovers that the woman he picked is not actress Park Chae-Rim but a stunt woman. During this time, Joo-Won starts to experience strong feelings for the feisty stunt woman, even though she isn’t his type. Joo-Won tried getting Ra-Im out of his mind for Ra-Im does not own a high status life nor is even rich. Nevertheless, Joo-Won can’t stop thinking about Ra-Im.
- Secret Garden Torrent Files takes over the SBS Saturday & Sunday 22:00 time slot previously occupied by “Life is Beautiful” and followed by “New Tales of the Gisaeng” on January 23.