While trying to solve a murder case, a cop starts to have doubts about his partner's involvement.
17 year-olds Sung-eun, and Mi-sook are always curious about sexual matters that nobody teaches them about. One day, new teacher Bong-gu, a handsome and well bred stud,arrives at school and begins to teach their class. He becomes an object to watch and study. Bong-gu, although he seems fine on the outside, suffers from an unknown illness that makes him fart whenever he feels aroused. Three girls learn about this and they go on a mission to make him fart.
A comedic idol music film about an unknown idol group named Bella, which has become a disorderly mess due to their agency’s poor treatment. Bella overcomes their conflict with an evil manager who tries to sell them off, and they eventually succeed in entering the Billboard charts.
Han Oh-ki is a weakling. One day, he is working out to become a real man, when multi-sportswoman Chae-in saves him from cramps at the swimming pool. He falls in love with her at first sight and tells her how he feels when they get close. However, he's nothing but a helpless younger brother to her and gets rejected. Oh-ki is mad and challenges her to a sports race and if he wins, she has to acknowledge him as a man...
A teacher and her student compete for the affection of a handsome man.
K (Yeon Jeong-Hun), Tatsuya (Kazuki Kitamura), Joon-Oh (Lee Ji-Hoon) and Yuuji (Kim Young-Hoon) are best friends. They work for Sung-Ho's gang in a Korean neighborhood in Japan. A power struggle over their territory erupts between their gang and the yakuza.K, Tatsuya, Joon-Oh and Yuuji try to revenge the death of a gang member, but they are soon chased by the police. As a result, Tatsuya is arrested and the relationship between Joon-Oh and K becomes frosty. Meanwhile, K robs the yakuza to bail out Tatsuya and Joon-Oh tries to find the snitch in Sung-Ho's gang. They learn that someone is behind the series of deaths of their members. A plan for revenge is set forth.
Seoul 1945 is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Ryu Soo-young, Han Eun-jeong, So Yoo-jin, Kim Ho-jin, and Park Sang-myun. It aired on KBS1 from January 7 to September 10, 2006 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:30 for 71 episodes.
Set around 1945 right after Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule when the nation was engulfed by ideological turmoil, the story revolves around the rivalry between Suk-kyoung, a renowned pianist and daughter of a rich pro-Japanese politician, and Hae-kyung, a headstrong servant; both women love Woon-hyuk, whose ambition to become a lawyer gets thwarted due to his political ideology.
Hello! Miss is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Lee Da-hae, Lee Ji-hoon, Ha Seok-jin and Yeon Mi-joo. Based on Lee Ji-wan's novel Five Kimchi Mandu, the series aired on KBS2 from March 19 to May 8, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Cardiac surgery is one of the most demanding and difficult forms of surgery, and it's not as lucrative as other medical careers, so when Lee Eun Seung and Nam Hye Suk are the only applicants to apply for a residency, they are accepted easily. Dr. Choi Kang Gook, the new head of Cardiovascular Surgery, has his doubts. Eun Seung has always dreamed of becoming a great cardiac specialist, but as an orphan coming from a small-town medical school, his skills are basic. Hye Suk, on the other hand, graduated from an elite medical school with top marks, but possesses an inflexible personality. Gradually, as they work together, a mutual respect dawns, and Eun Seung begins to be attracted to Hye Suk. But things get complicated when famous actor Lee Dong Gwon is admitted to the hospital, who has a romantic past with Hye Suk and aims to win her heart once more.
Billie Jean, Look at Me, also called Look At Me, was a Korean TV drama that aired from December 26, 2006 to February 6, 2007 on MBC.
The King of Legend is a 2010 South Korean historic drama based on King Geunchogo of Baekje. Besides than the historic info obtained from Samguk Sagi and Samguk Yusa, it was also inspired by a novel written by Lee Munyeol, a renowned Korean writer. The drama was aired on KBS 1TV in Korea, and internationally through KBS World.
The drama 'You Are The Best' transfers the message of consolation, hope and healing to those of us suffering from this competitive society. This is a humanistic drama that makes us realize that happiness cannot be felt just from materialistic or external values but from simple but truthful love, and a society that is full of people who share.
Han Seung Wan and Jung Se Jin bumps into each other at the airport and accidentally take each other's passports. They meet again and Seung Wan and Se Jin end up spending the day together. Both having to deal with love complications, they end up drunk and having a one night stand. Back in Korea, Se Jin discovers she is pregnant and leaves to have the baby alone. A year later, Se Jin's clueless sister ends up spilling the secret to Seung-Wan at his engagement party, showing up with his baby daughter. Seung-wan and Se Jin are then forced to marry by their respective families. Complicated love takes place between Do Hyun, Se Jin, Chae Young and Seung-Wan. The rest of the story revolves around the family's journey in learning to take responsibility, and learning to love each other.
Jang Sae-byuk is a cheerful and grateful orphan who always tries her best. She dreams of one day becoming an interior designer, despite her lack of education and money. Because of an accident that happened before the story starts (about three years ago), she loses her sight and undergoes corneal transplant surgery. Different events unravel when she encounters the Kim family, who has lost a daughter in a horrible car crash, unbeknownst to everyone besides the father and older brother. The stories then intertwine when Sae-byuk meets the Kim's extended family and the son of a big interior design company, Lohas, in Korea.
Jiwhaza, also known as Burst! Mental concentration, is South Korean game show known mainly for its oddball humor. It was broadcast in 90-minute episodes on Seoul Broadcasting System every Saturday from April 14, 2007, to September 15, 2007.
The show was hosted by the SBS announcer Choi Gwi-hwan and had two teams of celebrity contestants, each captained by regulars Yoo Hyun Young and Kim Yong Man. It was divided into a series of loosely-scripted challenges; the team with the winning final score would take "Jeongshin Tongil gwan" for that episode.
A regular segment on the show was "the wall", an adaptation of the Brain Wall from the Japanese Tunnels game show. The segment had a moving wall advancing on a contestant standing at the edge of a pool of water. To avoid being knocked into the pool, he or she was to jump, dodge or otherwise pass through a hole in the wall. Some of the more difficult walls required acrobatic skill to pass and used humorous cutouts of ballet poses, flying kicks and handstands.
Another regular segment was the "earthquake room", in which contestants on a padded platform were each given a pile of cushions. They were then asked to solve a series of visual puzzles, but could only give their answer while kneeling on a complete pile of cushions. This often resulted in tumblehouse slapstick because of the rocking motion of the platform and constant fighting over cushions; foam rocks were also thrown at the contestants and the platform tilted violently whenever a wrong answer was given.
Celebrity guests are split into two teams to compete in various contests. One guest, known only to himself, is designated the "X-Man", and does his best to cause his team to lose the contests. At the end, all guests try to determine the X-Man's identity.
Geum Bi is only 8-years-old, but she suffers from dementia. She is slowly losing her memory. Her father Hwi Cheol is a swindler. While taking care of Geum Bi, he learns about the preciousness of life. Jang Joo Young becomes involved with Geum Bi and Hwi Cheol.
Fate brings together two sisters who share a tragic start to their lives under one household.
Male celebs play make-believe as high schoolers, welcoming star transfer students every week and engaging in battles of witty humor and slapstick.
Movie meets humanities! This talk show/variety show for movie enthusiasts features interesting discussions by a writer and two movie directors where film and humanities intertwine.
Yang Kkot-Nim is a therapist at a rehabilitation hospital. She is bright and brave, but highly emotional inside. Since her father passed away, Kkot-Nim gets through the world with her step mom Jang Soon-Ae, who has been always nice to her step-daughter Kkot-Nim.
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