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The Divine Weapon
  • Title: The Divine Weapon
  • Also Known As: Singijeon / 신기전
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Historical, War
  • Broadcast Date: September, 2008
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Ahn Sung Ki, Han Eun Jung, Hu Joon Ho, Jung Jae Young, Ryu Hyun Kyung
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    During the reign of King Sejong, Joseon Dynasty was the embodiment of the perfect state. To the Ming China, the aspiring imperial power, Joseon presented an obstacle to territorial expansion. The Ming China demanded submission and interfered with internal affairs of Joseon. All the while keeping Joseon in check with the constant threat of the northern barbarians. Disgusted by the Chinese interference ,King Sejong secretly develops the Phantom Arrowslinger, a weapon he intends to use to take back Joseon’s land and supremacy. but When Chinese spies discover the plan, the Chinese emperor attempts to disrupt the development with force, setting off a chain reaction of violence.

Welcome to Dongmakgol
  • Title: Welcome to Dongmakgol
  • Broadcast Date: March, 2007
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Jung Jae Young, Kang Hye Jung, Shin Ha-Kyun
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Discover the magic of Dongmakgol! Filmmaker Park Kwang Hyeon makes a stunning directorial debut with Welcome To Dongmakgol, a touching tale of war and peace. Gang Hye Jung won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 43rd Daejong Awards for her performance in Welcome to Dongmakgol.

Someone Special
  • Title: Someone Special
  • Broadcast Date: November, 2004
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Jung Jae Young, Lee Na Young
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Lee Na-young (Please Teach Me English) slips back into her ordinary look girl role, while Jeong Jae-young (Silmido) takes on his latest challenge as actor portraying the baseball player who falls in love with her. Telling his down to earth romance with some good drops of humor to balance parts that at times are endangered to shift into sentimental over-drive, director Jang Jin (Guns & Talks) offers the viewers a seldom seen cinematic surprise.