This drama is based on the webcomic “라스트 / Last“ by “강형규 / Kang Hyung Kyu” which was published from 2011-Feb-28 to 2012-Jan-23 via daum.
The story centers on Jang Tae Ho (Yoon Kye Sang), who was once successful, but becomes homeless after failing at a stock operation involving an exorbitant amount in Korea’s stock market. This leads him to face a secretive ranked organization consisting of Seoul’s homeless. Starting from the bottom, he rises up in rank to fight for leadership of the group against the boss who earns money by exploiting the poor homeless people.
This drama is centered around a rookie assemblyman with lowly roots as a former welder, and the skilled staff surrounding him.
Jin Sang Pil (Jung Jae Young) is elected as a member of the national assembly. Prior to becoming a national assembly member, he worked as a welder in a shipyard. He is simple, brave and righteous, but his work as a national assembly member is poor. With the help of his aid Choi In Kyung (Song Yoon Ah), Jin Sang Pil is able to become a honorable national assembly member.
A late night restaurant opens at midnight and closes at 7am. The owner and chef of the restaurant makes whatever his customers ask for.
This drama is based on same title webcomic by Jo Joo Hee (writer) & Han Seung Hee (illustrator) via “Daum Webtoon” which was first published as a comic on 2012-Dec-25 by “Seoul Media Group”.
Set in an alternate Joseon dynasty, Jo Yang Sun (Lee Yoo Bi) is the daughter of a nobleman whose family loses everything when her father is framed for treason. To make ends meet, Yang Sun begins cross-dressing as a male bookseller, and meets the handsome and mysterious scholar Kim Sung Yeol (Lee Joon Ki). Sung Yeol is a vampire, and he continues to be haunted by the long-ago death of his first love Lee Myung Hee (Kim So Eun) once he meets Myung Hee’s present-day doppelgänger Choi Hye Ryung (Kim So Eun), an aloof nobleman’s daughter. Meanwhile, the evil vampire Gwi (Lee Soo Hyuk) resides in the royal palace and uses his powers and political machinations to prevent the Crown Prince Lee Yun (Shim Chang Min) from ascending the throne.
This is a drama about a girl who is possessed by a ghost and a chef who doesn’t believe in ghosts.
Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young) has an extremely timid personality and low self-esteem, doesn’t have any close friends, and is constantly getting reprimanded at her job as a restaurant sous chef. She also occasionally sees ghosts, thanks to a shaman grandmother. One day, Bong Sun gets possessed by a lustful virgin ghost named Shin Soon Ae (Kim Seul Gi). To make up for the lack of romance in her short life, Soon Ae is determined to seduce as many men as she can by possessing various women, and she finds the perfect vessel in BongSun.
Bong Sun’s boss is arrogant star chef Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk), whom she secretly has a crush on. Sun Woo still hasn’t gotten over an old girlfriend, but when Bong Sun seemingly gets rid of her shyness and suddenly changes into a confident, dynamic woman, she finally catches his eye.
This drama is based on the same title web novel by “플아다 / Plada” which was first published on 2013-July-05 via “Naver Online”.
Yeo Gook Dae (U-Know Yunho) is a talented chef who is sassy and considerate but heartbroken in the past since his divorce. His heart later on gets healed when he falls in love again. 28-year-old Park Song Ah (Kim Ga Eun) is idling at home after quitting her job. She goes to a homemade dosirak (lunchbox) shop as her brother’s request and meets three attractive men there. The pretty and delicious food that they make touch her, and she gets her heart stolen by one of them. A cute funny story about a couple who bicker constantly but their relationship gradually blossoms into pure innocent love.
This drama is the remake of the 2011 Taiwanese drama “In Time With You“ which was staring by Ariel Lin and Bolin Chen. This Taiwanese drama won seven out of its eight nominations at the “47th Golden Bell Awards“.
Something that’s right in front of your eyes is sometimes the hardest for you to see. Jang Ha Na (Ha Ji Won) and Choi Won (Lee Jin Wook) have been lifelong friends. Through thick and thin, they’ve been through many things together in the nearly 20 years of friendship, including relationships that each has had with other people. Approaching her 30th birthday, Ha Na receives an email from Choi Won that jokes about the “symptoms of premature aging”. Angry about the widely held belief that men are like grapes that turn into a fine bottle of wine as they age while women are like grapes that shrivel up into raisins, Ha Na makes a bet with Choi Won that she can get married first before they turn 35. Will Ha Na and Choi Won be able to find their true loves or have they been blind to what’s been there all along?