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Bachelor's Vegetable Store
  • Title: Bachelor's Vegetable Store
  • Also Known As: 총각네 야채가게 / Chonggakne Yachaegage
  • Broadcast Date: December, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 24
  • Casts: Hwang Shin Hye, Wang Ji Hye, Park Soo Jin, Kim Young Kwang, Ji Chang Wook
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    A success story about a man who started off vegetable selling business from a tiny store and expanded it to home shopping.

Queen Insoo
  • Title: Queen Insoo
  • Also Known As: 인수대비 / Insoo Daebi
  • Genre: Historical
  • Broadcast Date: December, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 50
  • Casts: Kim Young Ho, Chae Si Ra, Kim Ga Yun, Kim Yong Hee, Lee Mi Sook
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    The life of Queen Insoo from her childhood to adulthood as she ruled Joseon alongside her mother-in-law, Queen Jeonghee. The drama spans from King Moon Jong to Yeon San, Insoo's grandson.

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Mr. Idol
  • Title: Mr. Idol
  • Broadcast Date: December, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Casts: Ji Hyun Woo, Park Ye Jin, Lim Won-Hie
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Music executive Goo-Joo (Park Ye-Jin) left South Korea 3 years ago after the death of vocalist for idol band Mr. Children. She now returns to South Korea. At the airport her suitcase is lost. Goo-Joo's suitcase is mistakenly taken by travel guide assistant Yoo-Jin (Ji Hyun-Woo).Goo-Joo is offered a job by Hee-Moon (Kim Su-Ro) who runs top talent agency Star Music. She turns the offer down and instead seeks out the remaining members of Mr. Children to reform the group. Hyun-Yi, Jio and Ricky all gather together again but they need a lead singer. Goo-Joo decides to hold an open audition to find the next vocalist for Mr. Children.Meanwhile, Goo-Joo calls her cellphone, which was in her suitcase, and talks with travel guide assistant Yoo-Jin. They make an arrangement so Goo-Joo can pick up her suitcase and phone. In the past, Yoo-Jin trained with a band for talent agency Star Music, but the group was kicked out from Star Music. He now works several part-time jobs and at night plays with an indie band in a bar. One day, the owner of the bar asks the band to take part in the audition held by Goo-Joo.At the audition Yoo-Jin and Goo-Joo are both surprised to see each other again. Yoo-Jin's band performs, but Goo-Joo asks to hear just Yoo-Jin. He refuses to perform alone and leaves the audition with his band. Later that day Yoo-Jin's band, seeing no hope for their careers, decides to disband. Music executive Goo-Joo still hasn't given up hope on Yoo-Jin and follows him around daily, hoping to persuade him to front Mr. Children ....

Me Too, Flower!
  • Title: Me Too, Flower!
  • Also Known As: 나도, 꽃!/ Na-do, Kkot! / I'm A Flower, Too
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
  • Broadcast Date: November, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 15
  • Casts: Han Go Eun, Jo Min Ki, Lee Ji Ah, Seo Hyo Rim, Yoon Shi Yoon
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    A drama about the complicated relationship between three women and one man.

Brain
  • Title: Brain
  • Also Known As: 브레인 / Beu-re-in / Brain
  • Genre: Drama, Medical
  • Broadcast Date: November, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Total Episodes: 20
  • Casts: Choi Jung Won, Im Ji Eun, Jo Dong Hyuk, Jung Jin Young, Shin Ha Kyun
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    A drama that deals with the brain and neurosurgeons.

    Lee Kang Hoon (Shin Ha Kyun), who graduated from the top medical school, works at the top hospital, and is the top neurosurgeon around. Basically, he’s Brain No. 1. (And he works on brains, too!) He has ambitions to become the director at his university hospital. He is obsessed with success, which is probably both his greatest flaw and strength, since it makes him steely and fierce.

    However, once he meets his sunbae Kim Sang Chul (Jung Jin Young), the prickly genius doctor and world famous neurologist, he turns over a new leaf and becomes a sincere doctor. Seo Joon Suk (Jo Dong Hyuk) is a doctor and will become Lee Kang Hoon’s rival. Yoon Ji Hye (Choi Jung Won) is also a neurosurgeon who grew up in an ordinary family. She is extremely strict in matters of work and study, but has a warm bedside manner with her patients.

You're My Pet
  • Title: You're My Pet
  • Also Known As: Neoneun Pet
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Broadcast Date: November, 2011
  • English Subs:  Yes
  • Casts: Jang Geun Suk, Jung Yoo Mi (1984), Kim Ha Neul, Ryu Tae Joon, Choi Jong-Hoon
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary/Synopsis: 

    Eun-Yi (Kim Ha-Neul) works as an editor for a fashion magazine. She keeps failing in relationships with men, but doesn’t get along with her colleagues. In-Ho (Jang Keun-Suk) was a promising ballet dancer. Two years ago he lifted a female dancer, but dropped her on accident. Because of this accident the woman was unable to dance any further and, now, In-Ho won’t dance with women anymore. In-Ho now hopes to become a musical choreographer. Unfortunately for In-Ho, he doesn’t have a place to stay. He goes to a bar where his friend Eun-Soo (Choi Jong-Hoon) works. Later that night, Eun-Soo takes In-Ho over to his older sister’s house (fashion magazine editor Eun-Yi). When Eun-Yi arrives at her home, she walks into the bathroom and sees someone brushing her teeth. As she walks by she pats him on his rear end, assuming the guy is her younger brother Eun-Soo. When the guy turns around she’s shocked that it is a complete stranger. Eun-Soo then asks his older sister Eun-Yi if In-Ho can stay at her place temporarily, telling her that he’s really good with household chores. Eun-Yi disapproves of the idea, but that night Eun-Soo accepts money from In-Ho to stay at her sister’s place. The next evening, on a rainy night, Eun-Yi walks home and finds a large blue box on front of her home. When she looks inside of the box she’s shocked again to see the guy the from the other day, In-Ho, sitting in the box. Ji-Eun brings sopping wet In-Ho into her apartment, while she tries to contact her younger brother. Her younger brother doesn’t answer her calls. Oddly enough, In-Ho reminds Eun-Yi of her former pet dog Momo. Eun-Yi then comes up with an arrangement. She will let In-Ho stay at her apartment if he will become her pet dog named Momo. As they become more familiar and comfortable with each other, Eun-Yi’s first love Cha Woo-Sung (Ryu Tae-Joon) comes to her office looking for her …