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Billed as a male version of Sex and the City, A Gentleman’s Dignity is about the careers and love lives of urban professionals. It tells the story of four men in their forties who have been friends since they were eighteen, as they go through love, breakup, success and failure. They are trying to mature but they have immature characteristics that gives them humor. Every episode begins with a funny and regretful thing the four men did that tells you a little bit about themselves. For example, the 4 men quit smoking. Tae San chose exercise but keeps smelling other people in the gym to see if they had any cigarettes. If he can’t have any, they can’t either. Yoon chose snacking but ate a wafer roll and treated it like a cigar. Jung Rok chose intimate sex but it never went well. And Do Jin chose the peaceful way of trimming bonsai trees but ended up crushing the leaves to make a cigar of his own. Do Jin said, “Although our process wasn’t pretty, we still sucessfully quit smoking anyway.
Gil Da-ran (Lee Min-jung) is a struggling substitute teacher trying to get her certificate, and engaged to a kind and handsome doctor, Seo Yoon-jae (Gong Yoo). It’s a fairy-tale-come-true until one month before the wedding, Yoon-jae inexplicably becomes more distant. At the same time, Da-ran meets a young transfer student from the United States, Kang Kyung-joon (Shin Won-ho), who’s got an attitude towards everyone except Da-ran. But then Kyung-joon gets into a car accident with Yoon-jae, and the two of them drive over the guard rail and into the deep waters. Yoon-jae tries to save Kyung-joon, but in the process, Yoon-jae dies and Kyung-joon ends up in a coma. Kyung-joon soon wakes up… but finds himself in Yoon-jae’s body.
Yang Eun-bi (Lee Chung-ah) is a university student preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She accidentally encounters Cha Chi-soo (Jung Il-woo), the arrogant son of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea. Cha Chi-soo fascinates women with his good looks and charm. Eun-bi is attracted to him before she finds out that he is only a high school student and thus several years younger than her. However, her student-teaching assignment finds her not only working at the high school that Cha’s family owns, but teaching his homeroom class. She grows to dislike him for his arrogance and lack of empathy. He, on the other hand, becomes fascinated with her because she is tough and athletic, unlike the other women he knows.
After Eun-bi’s father (Jung In-ki) passes away, she is surprised to find that he left the ramen restaurant he owned to Choi Kang-hyuk (Lee Ki-woo), who he had helped when Kang-hyuk was a troubled youth, instead of to her. It is soon revealed that Eun-bi’s father did this with the hope that Kang-hyuk and Eun-bi would become involved. Eun-bi, after losing her student-teaching assignment because of her conflicts with Chi-soo, starts to work at the ramen shop, along with homeless high school students Kim Ba-wool (Park Min-woo) and Woo Hyun-woo (Jo Yoon-woo). Chi-soo wants to work at the restaurant as well, in order to to get close to Eun-bi. Kang-hyuk, who knows that he and Chi-soo actually have the same mother, allows him to join the shop out of concern for his cold half-brother.
Kang-hyuk quickly develops feelings for Eun-bi, but she finds herself more attracted to the Chi-soo. However, Chi-soo’s father (Joo Hyun) does not approve of the relationship. Chi-soo’s (and Kang-hyuk’s) mother had also been an average (not rich) woman, and Chi-soo’s father believes that difference was one of the causes of their separating several years before. Chi-soo’s father’s company is planning to redevelop the area in which the ramen shop is located, and Chi-soo’s father tries to use the possible destruction of the ramen shop as leverage to keep Eun-bi and Chi-soo apart. Chi-soo has become attached to the ramen shop and is also afraid of being disowned, and so he initially chooses to stay with his father. Eun-bi realizes, however, that she wants to try seriously dating him; she comes to his family’s apartment to claim him from his father, and they leave together. The ramen shop is forced to close, but its workers accept this development without complaint. The show ends with Chi-soo visiting Eun-bi after he has started his compulsory service in theSouth Korean Army; they are very happy to see each other.
Byung-hee (Lee Min-ki) is the crazy, free-spirited leader and vocalist of the popular underground rock group, Eye Candy. Joining him is Ji-hyuk (Sung Joon), chic Hyun-soo (Kim Myung-soo), playboy Ha-jin (Yoo Min-kyu), silent Do-il (Lee Hyun-jae) and baby-faced Kyung-jong (Kim Min-seok). When their delinquent-ridden school is forced to close down, they debate whether it’s even worth returning to high school at all. However, due to an outside confrontation with their new school’s current ruling band, Strawberry Fields, Eye Candy decides to attend Jungsang High out of spite so they can rule the school once again.
Shut Up Flower Boy Band is an atypical music drama - gritty, relentless and highly stylized to the punk sentiment, but always with heart
Tae-mu (Lee Tae-sung), after killing his lost cousin in the United States, returns to Korea, claiming that his cousin, Tae-yong (Park Yuchun), could not be found in New York City. Meanwhile, Tae-mu has been having a secret affair with Se-na (Jung Yoo-mi), who, in turn, runs into her long-lost stepsister Park-ha (Han Ji-min). Park-ha has been missing for a prolonged period of time and it is revealed that she was in the US after Se Na offered her for adoption.
Two years after Tae-yong’s disappearance, four men dressed in Joseon era garments, fall onto Park-ha’s rooftop house. Homeless and having nowhere to go, the four men decide to stick with Park-ha. Their leader claims that he is the Crown Prince of Joseon (Park Yuchun), along with his entourage Song Man-bo (Lee Min-ho), Woo Yong-sool (Jung Suk-won), and Do Chi-san (Choi Woo-shik). One day, Crown Prince Lee Gak sees Se-na who is the spitting image of his beloved wife, who was found drowned in the 18th century. He is convinced the two are reincarnations of each other. Meanwhile, company president Yeo (Ban Hyo-jung) mistakes Lee Gak for her grandson, Yong Tae Yong, because of their exact same appearance, and believes that her long lost grandson had finally returned. Lee Gak realizes that he has time traveled 300 years to 2012, Seoul, to search for the truth behind the mysterious death of the late Crown Princess. In order to approach Se-na, who is also President Yeo’s personal assistant, Lee Gak pretends that he is Tae-yong. Tae-mu, believes that he killed his cousin in New York, feels threatened when he hears the news that Tae-yong has returned and started working in the company.
On the other hand, Park-ha is shocked, and somewhat saddened by the news that her new friend who calls himself the Crown Prince is, in fact, the grandson of CEO. But before long, she realises that she loves Lee Gak, and feels sad as prince Lee Gak approaches Se Na in order to solve the mystery of princess’ death
Love Rain depicts a pure love of the 1970s and a love from the present day. In the 1970s, Seo In Ha and Kim Yoon Hee, an art student and a shy beauty, met and fell in love with each other during college; but unfortunately their love was fated to never be.
Now in the present 21st century Korea, Seo In Ha’s son, Seo Joon (a liberal photographer) meets the daughter of Kim Yoon Hee, Jung Ha Na, a cheerful and energetic girl whose personality is different from her mother’s. At first, they both found each other to be a nuisance and troublesome. Gradually, their feelings develop for one another. In Ha was never quite gotten over his love for Yoon Hee, despite marrying one of her best friends, Hye Jung. He is over the moon when he sees Yoon Hee on the streets and the two reconcile and make up for time lost. Little do they know that their children are dating each other, and the greater shock comes when they announce their marriage to their children. Who will end up being together: In Ha and Yoon Hee or Seo Joon and Ha Na.
Heart & Seoul
i love everything about koreans. :PP
Boys Over Flowers♥
Hong Gil Dong♥
Lie to Me♥
Lovers in Paris♥
I am Legend♥
Mary, Stayed Out All Night♥
Master of Study♥
My Fair Lady♥
My Girlfriend is a Gumiho♥
You've Fallen for Me♥
Wang For God♥
Over The Rainbow♥