Six years ago a mysterious shooting takes place in Seoul. The after effects of the shooting results in Han-kyu Lee (Song Kang-Ho) losing his job at the NIS (National Intelligence Service). Six years later, Ji-won Song (Gang Dong-Won), an ex North Korean spy. now operates somewhere in the Seoul metropolitan area. As these two men hide their identities and work their particular angles, trouble brews again ....
500 Years Ago in the Chosun Dynasty. The Pipe of the prophecy has fallen into the evil hands of the goblins, propelling the world into a whirlwind of disorder. The ancient Taoist wizards turn to the greatest ascetics of their time, the Master and Hwadam (Kim Yoon Seok) for help in vanquishing the goblins and trust each wizard with one half of the Pipe. Meanwhile, the Master’s rascal student Woochi (Kang Dong Won) tricks the king with the art of transformation and creates a fiasco, which makes the three Taoist wizards and Hwadam visit the Master. But the Master has been murdered and his half of the Pipe is missing! By taking his master’s pipe out to the market streets, Woochi has been pushed into a corner, ultimately getting sealed into a painting along with his trusty dog, Chorangyi (Yoo Hae Jin)
Kang-jae grew up under a jobless, gangster father. When Kang-jae accidentally meets Lee Dae-hae (Suh In-sok) and his son Sun-mo, he feels more attached to Dae-hae than to his own father. Through Dae-hae and Sun-mo, Kang-jae learns the basics of magic as well as what fatherly love really means. Sun-mo, on the other hand, has a love-hate relationship with his father, who only cares about magic and nothing else. Meanwhile, Sun-mo is heartbroken by Dan-young, who falls in love with Kang-jae. Before that Dan-young was living with Sun-mo, mistakenly thinking that he is her long-lost brother before she was adopted. Yun-jin, Dan-young’s stepsister, instantly falls in love with Kang-jae and Kang-jae decides to marry her, not for love but for the sake of fulfilling his own ambitions at the price of spurning Dan-young.
Country girl Han-kyung's life undergoes a drastic turmoil after she moves to Korea's pulsating capital Seoul to share more time with her beloved mother. It doesn't take long before trouble comes her way in the form of a flying shoe thrown by the most adored dandy of Han-kyung's district – Ban Hea-won. Swept away by the girl's disarming charm, Ban Hea-won soon finds himself asking for her hand. The appearance of another suave Romeo called Jung Tae-song adds the finishing touches to the classic two-guys-struggle-for-one-girl theme of this memorable silver screen delight. Tune in to all the romantic fun and discover for whom Han-kyung's heart is really beating for.
Ju Young-ju, an beautiful ex-con artist who has been recently released on parole, is planning to attend her sister’s weeding. On her way she crosses path with Choi Hee-chul, a shy and unsure young man who is on his way to see his girl friend in Seoul. By a small series of unexpected events, the precious ring that Hee-chul planned to give to his girl friend end up in Young-ju possession, which at the same time, loose her bag. With only information she had chance to gather on Choi Hee-chul, she decides to find him, give him back the ring and take back her bag. However, at the moment of giving back the ring, her old lying habit kick back and obviously, hilarity and adventure ensues.
Kim Jung Hwa is a young and sincere middle school teacher, who has little interest in money. She is also extremely warm-hearted and loves to help other people. When she helps carry an elderly man's belongings from the train to another location, the elderly man is extremely thankful. This grandfather turns out to be the extremely rich owner of a well known conglomerate. His grandson, Kang Dong Won is a quick-tempered businessman who rivals his grandfather, but in an almost comical way. In an order to "tame" his favorite grandson, the grandfather agrees to give his entire fortune to the person who marries Kim Jung Hwa, therefore forcing Kang to meet the girl whom his grandfather chose. Although at first Kim and Kang don't get along because of Kang's extremely cute but bad temper, their arguments bring them closer together. Kang starts to get jealous when Kim's fellow teacher starts liking her too. Through the clever conditions that Kang's grandfather makes, Kang starts a relationship he does not look forward too. However, what looked like a relationship that would 99% not work out, turns out to be the "perfect" match, the 1% chance.