Ko Ha-na and Jeong Se-hee run a small restaurant in Okinawa, Japan, and through that experience, help heal each other.
The Lotte Giants' Choi Dong-won and the Haitai Tigers' Seon Dong-ryeol are rival pitchers in 1980s baseball. The film reenacts the legendary match of May 16, 1987, which baseball fans today still recall as "the perfect match," when Choi and Sun compete as pitchers for the last time.
A U.S. soldier comes to Korea and tracks down his biological father in jail.
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.
Cho Chun-sam and Noh Dae-gyu, now both in their thirties, are old friends who went to the same elementary school. In their school days, Chun-sam was always the ambitious class president, while Dae-gyu had to settle for a role as vice president. Twenty years later their roles are reversed: Chun-sam is now a humble farmer who has assumed the post of village chief in his hometown, while Dae-gyu is the newly elected county magistrate. At first, Chun-sam asks his old friend for favours regarding the development of his village, but these requests are turned down. Later, when Dae-gyu proposes building a nuclear waste disposal facility in the county, Chun-sam leads demonstrations against the plan, turning old friends into bitter rivals.
Oh Dan-Byul lost her parents due to her own mistake. She marries Joon-Young, but her husband passes away. Meanwhile, her mother-in-law, Ho-Duk, divorces because of her husband's infidelity and her sister-in-law, Se-Sil, returns to South Korea after divorcing her Italian husband. Now, these three women live together while overcoming their own personal problems and becoming important to each other.
The Kingdom of The Winds, also known as The Land of The Wind, is a 2008 South Korean historial drama, broadcast on KBS from 10 September 2008 to 15 January 2009. It was directed by Kang Il-soo, written by Choi Wan-gyu, Jung Jin-ok, Park Jin-woo; adapted from manhwa by Kim Jin.
Lee Gang Hun is a brilliant brain surgeon who will do anything for success. Haunted by the hardships he had growing up including his father’s death, he’s filled with ambition and hopes to prove himself to be the best when it comes to neurosurgery. Gang Hun’s arrogance and selfishness remind Professor Sang Cheol, the best brain surgeon at Chunha University Hospital, of his younger days. San Chul is an empathetic doctor who cares highly about his patients, and dislikes Gang Hun’s approach, but ultimately decides to mentor him, as the two are connected by a secret past. On the other hand, Gang Hun’s rival Jun Seok comes from a family of doctors who have always supported him. Despite this, Jun Seok has always felt inferior to Gang Hun. On top of that, his crush has feelings for Gang Hun instead of him. This is the story of three rival doctors at a prestigious hospital as they navigate their struggles, ambitions, and each other.
Beating Heart is a South Korean television drama series, produced by the MBC network and broadcast in 2005. The series consists of six two-part stories, with each story having its own team of writer and director. It focuses on the lives of a typical Korean family, examining the relationships between the four main characters, their romantic interests, and other family members, while answering the question "When did you feel your heart beating the hardest?"
In 2006, the series was broadcast by the KBFD network in Hawaii as My Trembling Heart. It has also been released on DVD in South Korea and Japan.
Despite her poverty and lack of education or connections, bright and plucky Eun Jung-soo works her way up in the luxury handbag industry based on sheer talent alone. She encounters Do Jin-hoo, the smart and handsome chaebol heir of a fashion company, and Kim Seo-hyun who has to hide her true identity in order to achieve her dreams.
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.
Stars Falling From the Sky is a 2010 South Korean television drama broadcast on SBS.
Korea's version of the late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show. The show's comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory cast members.