A remake of the hit 2008 Taiwanese drama “Fated to Love You“.
Lee Gun (Jang Hyuk) is the president of a chemical company that produces household items. He has a girlfriend dancer who is deeply in love. Meanwhile, Kim Mi Young (Jang Na Ra) works as a secretary in a law firm. Her nickname is “Post-it” (sticky note). She earned his nickname because of his inability to say no to what they ask their colleagues. She collects task because they take advantage of their kindness and little character. One night, both of them are drunk and passes a night together. Then, she becomes pregnant….
In the time of enlightenment, a battle between a sword and a gun has started.
Based in the time of enlightenment of 17th-century Joseon, This drama tells the story of Joseon's last swordsman named Park Yoon Kang who grabs a gun ditching his sword and grows to become the era's hero. Park Yoon Kang is the illegitimate son of the best swordsman in Joseon. After his father and sister get killed, he trades sword for gun as he embarks on his revenge mission.
This drama is about a genius musician who turns a pathetic young lady into a trot singer.
Jang Joon Hyun (Ji Hyun Woo) is a genius songwriter. He then meets Choi Choon Hee (Jung Eun Ji) who is crazy about trot music and supports her family by herself. He then help her to achieve her dream to be a successful trot singer and a romantic relationship begins between them.
A drama about the process of tracking down mysterious deaths of elite doctors from the Korean University and unravelling a mystery related to a rare disease.
This drama tells the story about a 20+ year old rookie detective, Eun Dae Gu (Lee Seung Ki) at a police station in Gangnam.
Meanwhile, Seo Pan Suk (Cha Seung Won) is the team leader of the violent crimes unit. Yeo Soo Sun (Go Ah Ra) is the sole female in the new class of officers.
A drama about Korean politics and financials situation in the 1970-1990s through the life of a woman.
After a traumatic past of witnessed her mother’s death, Seo In Ae (Hwang Jung Eum) grows up as ambitious woman with sharp mind who knows how to grab people’s hearts, while still holding hope to avenge her mother someday. Since childhood, her life has been entangled with two opposite-personalities brothers from poor fisherman family, Han Kwang Hoon (Ryu Soo Young) and Han Kwang Chul (Jung Kyung Ho).
A man with a genius IQ follows in his father’s footsteps in more ways than one. Park Hoon (Lee Jong Suk) is raised in North Korea to become a doctor by his doctor father, who had defected to South Korea years ago and met his South Korean mother before being captured and returned to North Korea. After Park Hoon becomes an accomplished chest surgeon, he too defects to South Korea and goes to work in the prestigious Dongwoo University Hospital. As he tries to adjust to his strange new life in South Korea, Park Hoon does his best to work alongside Han Jae Joon (Park Hae Jin), a Harvard graduate who first discovers Park Hoon’s talent, while catching the eye of Oh Soo Hyun (Kang So Ra), Jae Joon’s fiancée and the daughter of the hospital chairman. Anesthesiologist Song Jae Hee bears a strong resemblance to Han Seung Hee (both played by Jin Se Yun), Park Hoon’s girlfriend back in the North whom he wants desperately to come join him. Can the genius doctor do what it takes to make a new life for himself and his love in the South?