Gifted classical music students pursue their dreams at a prestigious university and just may also discover love along the way.
While investigating a mysterious case, a stoic police detective discovers the existence of time travelers from the future visiting the present though a strange hotel called ‘Alice’. The detective tries to prevent negative things happening through ‘Alice’, but ends up encountering a version of his dead girlfriend, a brilliant physicist who seems to hold the key to time travel.
This drama tells the story in a mysterious village where a spirits live, and follows the cases that occur there, and the truths behind them.
SF8 is a science fiction anthology series of single-episode special dramas created by MBC, the Directors Guild of Korea, and the OTT platform Wavve. Set in a near future, the series tackles the themes of artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality, robots, games, fantasy, horror, superpowers, and disasters.
SF8 was screened at the 24th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival.
All the episodes were released on Wavve on July 10, 2020 while MBC TV is scheduled to air one episodes a week starting from August 14, 2020.
This is a healing drama emphasizing the end of suffering and salvation to the cry that everyone deserves to be happy. It deals with the love of a woman and two brothers.
Oh Ye Jin (Im Soo Hyang) is a ceramic artist. She dreams of finding ordinary happiness, but life throws her a twist when she falls in love with brothers Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and Seo Jin (Ha Suk Jin).
Seo Hwan is an architectural designer. He falls in love with Oh Ye Jin at first sight, but his feelings puts him up against his older brother Seo Jin. Older brother Seo Jin is a race car driver. He became attracted to Oh Ye Jin after he met her for the first time at his father’s workshop. Meanwhile, Carry Jung (Hwang Seung Eon) is Seo Jin’s ex-girlfriend. Even though they broke up, she can’t get over him.
This drama is about youths living in a co-living house together who want to be in relationships but don’t want anything too serious, and who want freedom but don’t want to be lonely. It is set to be a realistic portrayal of people in their twenties and thirties as they navigate through life and love.
A successful psychiatrist in his thirties, Cha Kang Woo (Ji Hyun Woo) could be considered by some to be the perfect man. Handsome and single, with a successful career, he has no problem finding women who are attracted to him. Unfortunately, his traumatic past has made it impossible for him to reciprocate anyone’s feelings as he harbors a very real fear of romantic relationships. Despite not wanting to date, Kang Woo still craves interaction with others, and as he’s intrigued by the habits of others, he finds residing at a co-living house to be just about perfect.
But life takes an unexpected turn when Lee Na Eun (Kim So Eun) moves in. A freelance copy editor who dreams of someday becoming a novelist, Na Eun sparks feelings within Kang Woo he wasn’t expecting. Generous to those she deems good and intolerant of any sort of injustice, Na Eun is a unique woman, who has, coincidentally, spent the last four years single. While being single doesn’t bother her, Na Eun has to admit that being lonely is no fun.
Despite the fact that Kang Woo and Na Eun prefer the freedom that comes with being single, they both agree that they’d rather not be lonely. Can true love blossom between housemates when neither seems willing to commit to a serious relationship?
This is a drama about a man who hides his cruel past and changes his identity, while his detective wife tracks down his past.
Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) is a detective. She is married to Baek Hee Sung (Lee Joon Ki) and they a daughter. Baek Hee Sung seems like a committed husband and father, but he hides his cruel past and lives under another person’s identity. He deceives his wife completely. Cha Ji Won learns of his deception and chases his past.