Burned Cocoon (Yanik Koza) Tv Series


Original Title: Yanik Koza
English Title: Burned Cocoon
Also Known As: Ramad Al Hob (Arabic)
Genre: Drama
Episodes: 68
Broadcast Network: Show TV
Broadcast Period: April 6, 2005 – February 21, 2007
Production Company: Limon Yapim
Director: Mesude Erarslan, Murat Saracoglu
Screen Writer: Ipek Aksoy (story), Ertan Kurtulan
Filming Locations: Bursa, Turkey


Celebi family is a wellknown and respected family in Bursa (the city in western Turkey). The eldest son, Galip (Yavuz Bingol) runs the family business which is based on textile. Galip is married to Hanzade (Basak Koklukaya) and has a son named Omerasaf. Hanzade is a lovely young woman who has a secret that she cannot tell even Galip about.

This secret has haunted her for most of her life and is a heavy burden on her shoulders. Although Hanzade has concealed the secret about her family for ten years, out of pure coincidence, Galip discovers this secret. An unforgettable tragedy transforms Galip’s life so radically that he will never be able to go back to the way he used to live and his whole life will change.

In burned cocoon (yanik koza) tv series story, you will explore a family which is surrounded with secrets. How will Galip react when he learns that he is not the biological father of Omerasaf? Will Galip manage to discover the truth about their past and forgive his wife? Will the marriage of Galip and Hanzade stand for the secret buried in this family?

Burned Cocoon (Yanik Koza) Tv Series Cast

Additional Cast Members

  • Ayca Inci as Leyla Emirli
  • Mustafa Alabora as Asaf Celebi
  • Burak Davutoglu as Veysel
  • Tuncer Necmioglu as Dede Fikri
  • Serdar Ozer as Akin Celebi
  • Basak Dasman as Makbule
  • Kemal Okur as Celal
  • Baris Erdi as Omer Asaf
  • Perihan Savas as Hacer
  • Hande Kazanova as Suna
  • Saadet Gurses as Ayfer
  • Erdal Cindoruk as Cemal
  • Ali Karagoz as Cuneyt
  • Yavuz Karakas as Arif

External Links
Official Site: https://www.netflix.com/title/80123567
English Wikipedia:

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  • What I learned from watching this series which went way beyond the surface stuff is that I was able to understand why decisions were made in some cases. The matriarch did unimaginable things we as a society could not accept but you have to get into her psyche to understand where she was coming from and her preserving her family at all costs made sense to her. When her son Galip said she was the devil, she made a comment that helped me understand her thinking. She said I’ll be the devil if it keeps my family together because I know many mothers who are angels who lost their families. This series showed me what unconditional love from many platforms looks like and the sacrifices all of the characters had to make to achieve and preserve it.

  • So you take your son to Disneyland for 3 months and return to Bursa with an entirely different kid. They don’t even look alike. Disneyland sure can change a boy. What happened to the original Omer?

    • Not only was the son different. But the house was not the same house either. You have to be blind not to notice these things.

      • I struggled as well and for a few days after, I had that what am I supposed to do now feeling and how do I move on..lol

  • love the series, hate Esmanur. she doesnt realise how she hurts the people around her. real witch
    Galip is cool...love him and Leyla
    Hanzade is a to needy for my liking..beautiful though
    love Omer Asaf
    the Grandpa is very charming
    Akin is a real lady's man.
    i think Tuna is pregnant with someone else's baby and is pinning the blame on Akin
    cant wait to see what happens

  • Still watching. It has its twists and turns. I’ve seen a couple more Turkish soaps/dramas and this one isn’t bad. One complaint I do have is the sound effects person makes it sound like a bunch of horses clomping around every time a characters walks. It’s distracting and hilarious when the character walks across carpet and even while wearing socks!
    Totally unnecessary!

  • I loved most the actors, but it got ridiculously far fetched, and too many things went wrong all the time. Non-stop, they were always in the hospital. But I was glued to it and did enjoy it.

    WHO was the child who played Omer Asaf for the first 75 episodes. . he was excellent and it was not the same when the next Omer Asaf took over. . I feel the 1st Omer Asaf should be given credit. . who was he??

    Also, where on earth was Feysel when Galip married Hanzade for the 2nd time. . and where was he when Akin died ???? that was very bad planning on the part of the producers.. he was a brother, albeit half, and he should most certainy have been at the Wedding and the Funeral..