Based on Lee Jeong-myeong’s novel “Deep-rooted Tree”. Work that highlights the serial killings during the 7 days before the announcement of the Korean script. A series of murder occurred during the reign of King Sejong. As Kang Chae Yoon who is investigating these cases gets closer to the root of the truth, he finds himself embroiled in a massive conspiracy behind the serial killings which involves a group of genius who are willing to risked their lives towards their cause/goals and secret powers who will interfere with the course of his investigations.
The background of the drama is about life in the mergers & acquisitions, stock market and financial world, as well as the lives of chaebols.
Like so many adoptees, 26-year-old May (Seong Yoo Ri) has a lot of questions about her past. She returns to Korea from the United States for the first time since she was adopted 23 years ago to try to find her birth mother and understand why she has a lizard-like scar on her shoulder. At the airport, she meets taxi driver Eun Seol (Jang Hyeok), who takes her to an address she brought with her. But when she gets there, May is told her parents died in an accident when she was young. Dejected, May asks Eun Seol to take her to a nearby hotel, and he takes her to one that is right across the street from his home. May learns that Eun Seol has a rare heart condition that makes his heart stop suddenly. Everyday, he prepares for his impending death by keeping his affairs in order. After meeting May, Eun Seol decides to help her find the answers to her past. May, in turn, helps Eun Seol to focus on living instead of just waiting for his death. "Maybe," also known as "Rabbit and Lizard," is a 2009 South Korean film by first-time director Ju Ji Hong.
Love can take many forms. Five acclaimed directors present five different stories about love that intersect in this 2009 South Korean film. In "His Concern" by director Byeon Hyeok, a man falls in love with a woman sitting across from him on a train to Pusan. In "I'm Here" by director Heo Jin Ho, a husband and wife deal with love and loss. In "33rd Man" by director Yu Yeong Sik, a veteran actress on a movie set coaches a fresh new actress to seduce their demanding director. In "In My End Is My Beginning" by director Min Kyu Dong, a new widow discovers her deceased husband's infidelity and decides to live with his mistress under one roof. In "Believe in the Moment" by director Oh Ki Hwan, three high school couples decide to swap partners for 24 hours to test their commitment.
Go Ni suffers an incredible loss when his mother and stepfather die because of Young Min. He later ends up in jail where he meets people who will change his life forever. Go Ni learns from a top tazza player in hopes of getting revenge.
Kwon Oh Joon is a swindler who falls for a widow with a 5 year old daughter, Jin Dal Rae. Dal Rae lives with her daughter and mother in law after her husband passes away. Oh Joon is a suave man who can talk women into doing anything.
Min Ki Seo and Lee Young Shim hated the sight of each other at first but later developed affections along the way during their daily fights and disagreements. Min Ki Seo was a doctor who looked down on people and was a haughty person until he met Lee Young Shim and her child who had AIDS. Lee Young Shim was a very cheerful and positive person despite the difficult life she was facing. Through her, Min Ki Seo slowly changed for the better into a warm and caring person.