This is a drama about a girl who is possessed by a ghost and a chef who doesn’t believe in ghosts.
Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young) has an extremely timid personality and low self-esteem, doesn’t have any close friends, and is constantly getting reprimanded at her job as a restaurant sous chef. She also occasionally sees ghosts, thanks to a shaman grandmother. One day, Bong Sun gets possessed by a lustful virgin ghost named Shin Soon Ae (Kim Seul Gi). To make up for the lack of romance in her short life, Soon Ae is determined to seduce as many men as she can by possessing various women, and she finds the perfect vessel in BongSun.
Bong Sun’s boss is arrogant star chef Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk), whom she secretly has a crush on. Sun Woo still hasn’t gotten over an old girlfriend, but when Bong Sun seemingly gets rid of her shyness and suddenly changes into a confident, dynamic woman, she finally catches his eye.
This drama is the remake of the 2011 Taiwanese drama “In Time With You“ which was staring by Ariel Lin and Bolin Chen. This Taiwanese drama won seven out of its eight nominations at the “47th Golden Bell Awards“.
Something that’s right in front of your eyes is sometimes the hardest for you to see. Jang Ha Na (Ha Ji Won) and Choi Won (Lee Jin Wook) have been lifelong friends. Through thick and thin, they’ve been through many things together in the nearly 20 years of friendship, including relationships that each has had with other people. Approaching her 30th birthday, Ha Na receives an email from Choi Won that jokes about the “symptoms of premature aging”. Angry about the widely held belief that men are like grapes that turn into a fine bottle of wine as they age while women are like grapes that shrivel up into raisins, Ha Na makes a bet with Choi Won that she can get married first before they turn 35. Will Ha Na and Choi Won be able to find their true loves or have they been blind to what’s been there all along?
A romantic thriller about a mystery solving duo who bicker and fight but end up developing feelings for each other. A complicated love story between a criminal profiler who uses his sharp eye to analyze crime scenes and an investigator female cop who stalks him. The two solve crime cases together while hiding each one’s true heart, going through the love-hate relationship and healing in the process.
This drama is about a husband, Kim Do Hyung (Kim Moo Yul) who desperately searches for his wife, Yoon Joo Young (Go Sung Hee) who suddenly disappears.
Meanwhile, Cha Yoon Mi (Lee Si Young) is the detective on the case who helps him along the way.
The story of the investigative team Number 5 specially organized to actively combat crime through stake outs, wiretapping, communications monitoring, and deep-cover infiltration. A secret police unit that bends the limits of the law in order to fight crime, the new department comes in addition to the existing departments for criminal investigations, special investigations, criminal affairs, and white collar crime.
The members are Cha Gun-Woo, Jang Moo-Won, Jang Min-Joo and Choi Tae-Pyeong. They will hunt down criminals and investigate crimes while undercover (hence the title).
ang Yoon Ha (UEE) is the youngest daughter of a chaebol family, but she longs to find a man who will love her and not her wealth. So she goes to work at a food market and pretends that she comes from a poor background.
Meanwhile, Yoon Ha’s manager is Choi Joon Ki (Sung Joon), a man who is determined to succeed to leave his destitute upbringing behind him. He even begins to think that marrying a well-connected woman will finally give him the lifestyle he desperately seeks. In her job, Yoon Ha makes fast friends with her co-worker, Lee Ji Yi (Im Ji Yun), and also meets Yoo Chang Soo (Park Hyung shik), the heir to the mall conglomerate where the food market is located. Chang Soo is very accustomed to his well-to-do lifestyle and enjoys having women fawn all over him because of his wealth. That’s why he is intrigued by Yoon Ha’s complete lack of interest in him. Will Yoon Ha be able to find true love, or will she learn that money and love can’t be separated as easily as she had hoped?
This drama is about a man who has it all, yet is unable to possess the love of a woman he is unable to forget, whom he has been loving for the past 20 years.
In the current time of 2015. Top star Ji Eun Ho (Joo Jin Mo) announces one day that he wants to write his autobiography. When he is asked about a woman question, he says he wants to find a woman, his real love, whom he has not been able to forget for the past 20 years.
20 years ago (1995), before the use of the artistic name Eun Ho, Park Hyun Soo (Jr.) has lived an energetic and fiery adolescence. First met a 13 years old young girl who has no parents to take care of her, but was still full of life, joyful and without worries, with a pair of bright and crystal clear eyes – Eun Dong (Lee Ja In). When Hyun Soo looks at Eun Dong, he feels his heart pounding like ‘a mouse is jumping out of his chest’. Unfortunately, before both of them can get to know each other better, they separated.
10 years later (2005), Hyun Soo (Baek Sung Hyun) aspires to be an actor but hears comments like ‘Although with good-looks, he has no talent in acting’. One day, he unexpectedly meets Eun Dong (Yoon So Hee) on the street. Having been apart for the past 10 years, without any sense of foreboding, the two of them fell deeply, ardently in love with each other. But once again,, without giving Hyun Soo any reason or warning, Eun Dong disappears without a trace.
Another 10 years pass by, in the current time of 2015, Hyun Soo has become Korea’s elite actor using the stage name of Ji Eun Ho, with fortune and fame, and is a man who is envied by many. But, he is also a man who has a vacant and unfulfilled corner in his heart. He keeps thinking, if Eun Dong is living in Korea, there is no way that she has not heard of me, that she would not come and look for me. Perhaps she is already dead. Perhaps she thinks I am not looking for her. Hence, Hyun Soo who has now become Eun Ho, wants to write an autobiography, which will contain the memories of his short and limited time together with Eun Dong. But Eun Ho has never written a book, and never did try or want to write a book. Hence he has been asking the people around him for assistance, and a ghost-writer Jung Eun (Kim Sa Rang) is found. Eun Ho dictates his audio recollection and passes it on to Jung Eun. Jung Eun organizes Eun Ho’s recordings and begins to write his autobiography. Through Eun Ho’s recordings, Jung Eun gets to hear the love story of Hyun Soo and Eun Dong, and feels as if she is listening to her own story, writing her own story.