While eating skewered tempura at a street vendor, young reporter Choi Soo-jin accidentally sticks the skewer into the side of a detective, Kang Jae-hyuk, who was chasing a suspected criminal. After this encounter, Soo-jin is told to work on a story about a detective, and the detective turns out to be Jae-hyuk. Soo-jin joins his crackdown on drug dealers, and the two start to fall in love.
Popular TV anchorwoman & late night radio host Sun-Young prepares to work her final radio program. After this program she will prepare to take her ill daughter to America the following morning. During the radio show Ko Sun-Young receives a startling text message. At Ko Sun-Young’s apartment, her ill daughter is being watched by Sun-Young’s sister Ah-Young. Then, a man named Dong-Su breaks into the apartment with a large wrench. He knocks Ah-Young unconscious, but is unable to locate Sun-Young’s daughter – who is hiding in a closet. Dong-Su then sends the text message to Sun-Young instructing her to follow his directions and not to tell anyone.
A movie about the first Korean soul band in 1970's.
The lovely and promiscuous textile professor Eun-sook has all the male professors wrapped around her finger. It also helps that she has slept with most of them. Eun-sook is also a member of an environmental awareness group. When the popular comic book artist Suk-gyu joins the group, he arouses the jealousy of Mr. YOO, one of the other member who fears that Suk-gyu will steal Eun-sook from him. It turns out that Eun-sook and Suk-gyu attended the same junior high school where they share a secret and tragic history. Back then, Eun-sook was Suk-gyu's older brother’s girlfriend. But after Eun-sook decides to sleep with Suk-gyu as well, the older brother's best friend dies in an accident in which both of them are involved. As the jealous MR.YOO starts to investigate Eun-sook and Suk-gyu's past, will their secret be kept? Will they get together again?
A guy with a talent for cards makes his way into the dangerous world of underground gambling in this crime thriller from South Korea. Go-ni is a small-town guy with a big appetite for gambling.
Lights and Shadows is a 2012 South Korean retro-drama series, starring Ahn Jae-wook, Nam Sang-mi, Lee Pil-mo and Son Dam-bi. It aired on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation from November 28, 2011 to July 3, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 64 episodes.
The series was originally planned for 50 episodes, but it was extended to 64 due to high ratings.
Mary Wi is a wanna-be eco-friendly designer, but she did not major in design, is not qualified and has no social connection in that field. She is cute looking, just like her late mother, but she is short-tempered like her dad. Mary's dad believes that there's no man who is trustworthy and he insists that he will pick Mr. Right for his daughter. Though they always quarrel, Mary is daddy's little girl and thinks her father is the best. One day, Mary goes to a glam rock concert and there, sees a pretty looking but rough rocker, Mu-gyul who sings like there's no tomorrow....
A string of murders brings together a conflicted detective, a psychic librarian, and a mysterious prosecutor with dubious motives in this action thriller starring Uhm Tae Woong, Joo Ji Hoon, and Shin Min Ah. Detective Kang Oh Soo is assigned to two seemingly unrelated murder cases, where the only clues left behind are tarot cards. He is lead to Seo Hae In, a quiet librarian who has the ability to make a psychic connection to an object to discover its history. She reveals to him that the victims were connected to the death of a high school boy years ago. The one common link between the suspects is their defense attorney, Oh Seung Ha, a young lawyer with questionable motives. Find out how everything is more connected than you think in this suspenseful thriller.
The series is the second installment of the revenge trilogy by director Park Chan-hong and writer Kim Ji-woo, after Resurrection in 2005 and followed by Shark in 2013.
The Supreme Court has stated that it intends to produce a drama pertaining to judicial policy, but will interlace those aspects with a romantic-comedy plot to make it fun and easy to watch.