“Birdie Buddy” tells the story of former pro golfer John Lee and how he leads two women to become the next golf queens. John Lee became the first Korean to win a PGA title. His background was a mystery other than the fact that he was an adoptee. Aside from golf, he also excelled in the Afro-Brazilian dance/martial arts style known as “Capoeira.” Even though he found success by winning the PGA title, John Lee stopped playing golf to become a golf course tester.
Min Hae Ryung was raised to become an elite golf player and was always placed in the best environment to play golf. Her emotions have always been controlled and she has a deep wound inside of her. In contrast, Sung Mi Soo is a country girl from Kangwon Province. She comes from a poor background, but her mom worked as caddie. With her bright personality and determined efforts, she attempts to become an elite golf player.
Kim Yeon Woo is an orthopedic doctor who takes up a new post at Taereung National Village, the training center for national Olympic athletes, after she is fired from her previous job. She becomes romantically involved with Park Ji Heon, a young judo athlete, and Lee Do Wook, the short-tempered, crippled director of the facility who is still haunted by the injury that had cut short his speed-skating career. This is further complicated by the presence of the swimming coach, Hee Young, who becomes her rival for the attentions of Do Wook.
This heartwarming youth drama tells the story of Dae Gu, who had to give up sports because of a painful past, but discovers a passion for running and begins competing in marathons.
The drama about a man trying to achieve what is thought to be impossible: fulfilling his dreams of being a great soccer player.
Lee Jang Suk spent some time in a juvenile detention center for stealing wallets from unsuspecting strangers. After he gets out, he meets a sports agent, Nam Jae Il, who helps him achieve his dreams of becoming a top boxer.
Hye-seong Oh (Tae-yeong Yun), who excelled at skipping rocks as a child, loved Eom-ji Choi (Min-jung Kim). As childhood friends Eom-ji Choi made Hye-seong's life warm. Ten years later Hye-seong Oh has become a baseball player and meets Eom-ji again. She is in a relationship with another childhood friend Dong-tak Ma (Seong-min Park).
One day, Hye-seong hides his injury as a pitcher and throws a perfect game. After that performance he disappears. Several years later, Hye-seong shows up with other baseball players who have sad stories and are thought of as cast-offs. They are known as "Kyong-pyoii Woeinjudan".
You’ve seen it before: gangsters trying to force people to move from their homes in order to clear out the area to make way for corporate construction. Pil Je (Lim Chang Jung, Sex is Zero) is exactly one of these thugs, raising a fuss with the entire neighborhood and trying all he can to drive the residents away so his boss and his people can build that new and shiny complex. Most people tend to be scared of Pil Je, but Myeong Ran (Ha Ji Won, Hwang Jin Yi) is not too impressed. An aspiring boxer, Myeong Ran isn’t scared by Pil Je one bit; on the contrary, she’s starting to look as menacing as some of the people Pil Je has to deal with in his line of business. But as he gets to know her and the locals more, Pil Je senses himself changing, changing enough for a miracle to happen?