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Surprise Party
  • Title: Surprise Party
  • Also Known As: Seopeuraijeu / 서프라이즈
  • Broadcast Date: July, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Gong Hyo Jin, Kim Min Hee, Lee Yo Won, Shin Ha Kyun, Gong Hyung Jin
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    ow do you go about detaining a total stranger for 12 hours? This is what Ha-young (Lee Yo-won) has to do for her best friend, Mi-ryung (Kim Min-hee). Mi-ryung has been planning for a surprise party for her overseas boyfriend Jun-woo (Shin Ha-gyun), but her plans are stopped short when her father finds out that Jun-woo is half-Hawaiian, and forbids the party from being held. Mi-ryung is put under even greater pressure when Jun-Woo tells her that he would arrive early, and she pleads with Ha-Young to intercept Jun-Woo at the airport, and to keep him from turning up at Mi-ryung's place before she can iron things out.Thus begins Ha-young's misadventures, as she gets herself and the intercepted Jun-woo into increasingly absurd and embarrassing situations, and only in the movies would she not have been proclaimed insane and carted off to the nearest jail cell to contemplate her actions. However, Jun-Woo is mildly amused by the whole affair, and he finds himself won over by Ha-young's shenanigans. The duo starts to develop feelings for one another over the day, but Ha-young is constantly mindful of the fact that this is her best friend's boyfriend she is falling for. However, she cannot deny the feelings she has for Jun-woo, and it's threatening to wreck the friendship between her and Mi-ryung.

Romance (MBC)
  • Title: Romance (MBC)
  • Also Known As: 로망스 / Ro-mang-seu
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • Broadcast Date: May, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 16
  • Casts: Jung Sung Hwan, Kim Ha Neul, Kim Jae Won, Kim Yoo-Mi
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Fatal love strikes us out of a sudden and helplessly takes us deep down into the sea of fervor, giving us no choice but to yield. This drama beautifully unfolds the forbidden passion between a teacher and a student.

    Chae Won (Kim Ha Neul) and Kwan Woo (Kim Jae Won) meet for the first time at a rural seaside village flower festival. They fall in love at first sight, not in their dreams have they known that Chae Won is the teacher at Kwan Woo's high school. The second time they meet is at the classroom where they realize the situation and become bewildered and embarrassed. The love story between the two young people is overlapped with Kwan Woo's tearful success story and this inspire the viewers with high emotion.

Successful Story of a Bright Girl
  • Title: Successful Story of a Bright Girl
  • Also Known As: Myung-rang So-nyu Sung-gong Gi / Cheerful Girl's Success Story / A Bright Girl's Success Story
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Broadcast Date: March, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 16
  • Casts: Jang Hyuk, Jang Na Ra
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Jang Na Ra plays a cute and innocent country girl who often daydreams of rescuing her prince. One day, she meets Jang Hyuk who accidentally falls into her bath tub while she was taking her bath. Not off to a good start they started arguing over the matter. However, the story goes on to tell how Jang Nara arrives in the big city due to her plan to settle her irresponsible parents' debts. She moves into Jang Hyuk's house as a hired servant hence begins to teach the rich spoiled brat (Jang Hyuk) some manners through her down to earth scoldings and no-nonsense attitude. This drama gets totally hilarious in many scenes where Jang Nara and Jang Hyuk's combination comes out as refreshingly cute. Jang Hyuk plays a rich and proud man who inherits his father's business but is later betrayed by his own cousin and uncle leading to his downfall. On the other hand, Jang Nara plays a girl that he meets who help him pick up the pieces in his life, from defeat to success. A very well written drama with a story many will enjoy!

    Source: k-fever.com

Failan
  • Title: Failan
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Broadcast Date: March, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Cecilia Cheung, Min-Sik Choi
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    After losing both her parents, Failan emmigrates to Korea to seek her only remaining relatives. Once she reaches Korea, she finds out that her relatives have moved to Canada well over a year ago. Desperate to stay and make a living in Korea, Failan is forced to have an arranged marriage through a match-making agency. Kang Jae is an old and outdated gangster who has no respect from his peers. Short on money, Kang Jae decides to take on the arranged marriage. Having nothing more than a picture of Kang Jae, Failan spends her days dreaming and wishing that Kang Jae would come to visit her. Failan often writes to Kang Jae in sorrow about how much she misses and thinks about him, but never has the nerve to give the letters to Kang Jae. Things take a turn when Kang Jae is asked by his boss to take the fall for a murder in exchange for some money. The only hope in his worthless life is the wife he never met.

Glass Slippers
  • Title: Glass Slippers
  • Also Known As: 유리구두 / Yu-ri Ku-du
  • Broadcast Date: March, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Han Jae Suk, Kim Ji-Ho, Kim Jung Hwa, Kim Jung Hyun, Kim Min Sun, So Ji Sup
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    This drama is about the lives of Tae-hee and Yun-hee, two sisters whose mother died while giving birth to Yun-hee. Their father, who loves them dearly, married their mother without their paternal grandfather's consent, and deprived of any familial support, the sisters and their father struggle to make ends meet even as their father faces a life-threatening illness. This drama follows Tae-hee and Yun-hee into adulthood as, separated by a cruel twist of fate, the girls come to lead very different lives, oblivious of one another.

Loving You
  • Title: Loving You
  • Also Known As: 러빙유 / Leobing Yu
  • Genre: Drama
  • Broadcast Date: February, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 12
  • Casts: Eugene, Lee Dong Wook, Lee Yoo Ri, Park Yong Ha
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Jin Da Rae (Eugene) is the daughter of a female diver in Cheju Island. After her father mysteriously passes away she tries to uncover the truth about his death. One day she coincidentally saves Hyuk (Park Yong Ha) from torrent waters. Hyuk works for an orange farm opposed to his father's wish that Hyuk should take over his resort development business. Da Rae and Hyuk gradually fall in love. However, their love is put to a risky test after Hyuk's half-brother (Lee Dong Wook) also discovers his love for Da Rae. While all 3 of them get entangled in a complicated love triangle, Da Rae finds out that Hyuk is connected to her father's death.

We Are Dating Now
  • Title: We Are Dating Now
  • Also Known As: 지금은 연애중 / Jigeumeun Yeonaejung
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Broadcast Date: January, 2002
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 16
  • Casts: Chae Rim, Choi Yoon Young, Kwon Sang Woo, So Ji Sup
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Ho-Jung is a cute, naive girl who often falls head over heals with the wrong guys. Both Ho-Jung and Kyu-In, her neighbor, are idealistic about love. They start off on the wrong foot and treats each other as if they were siblings, constantly fighting. Ho-Jung's friend Cha Hee has a thing for Kyu-In and Ho-Jung later realizes that she too has feelings for him. Ho-Jae, Ho-Jung's brother, is a player, who has good physical features. Things start to get complicated for Ho-Jae when he falls for Ho-Jung's friend Soo-Ji, who does not have a physical appeal but has a good personality and intelligence.