Pied Piper focuses on a police negotiation task force that specializes in tense, worst-case scenarios that require highly trained communication. They handle all sorts of cases, from suicide to hostage situations to terrorist attacks, and even war. They do their work with words, not weapons, to neutralize volatile situations before they erupt into full-blown catastrophes.
Joo Sung Chan (Shin Ha Kyun) is a skilled lead negotiator of the police unit that handles volatile, high-risk situations like hostage crises and terrorist threats. Meanwhile, Son Hee Sung (Yoo Joon Sang) is a news anchor and Yeo Myung Ha (Jo Yoon Hee) is a fellow member of the police negotiation squad.
This 3 episodes drama special tells the stories about three youth, while the main motif of the drama is piano. A genius pianist and an athlete, who is bold, brave and fearless yet short-tempered, get to live a different life completely opposite to each one’s previous regular daily life, after the two got into an unexpected accident.
Yoon Yoo Seul (Kim So Hyun) is a student of an art high school. She is a talented pianist and who won various contests, but she is driven by her mother. Yoo Seul’s mother wanted to become a pianist when she was younger. One day, Yoo Seul has an accident and she may never play the piano again because of the accident. With the help of her friend Cha Sik (Ji Soo) and Yoo Seul’s rival Jin Mok (Shin Jae Ha), Yoo Seul begins to live a new life.
Private detective, Yoon San (Lee Joon) suddenly becomes a vampire. He solves various cases for his clients while also trying to uncover the mystery surrounding himself.
This drama is about a lawyer, Park Tae Suk (Lee Sung Min) who finds out that he has Alzheimer’s and puts his life on the line to fight one last case. The drama depicts his vigorous efforts trying to protect the precious value of the life and family love, while his memory starts fading away.
The drama centers on a woman named Ok Da Jung (Lee Yo Won), whose temper flares up easily, and a man named Nam Jung Gi (Yoon Sang Hyun), who is timid.
Marketing Department Manager, Nam Jung Gi (Yoon Sang Hyun) is just too nice, so nice that his colleagues call him “Father Theresa” and “Walking UNICEF”. There is nothing that can ruffle Nam Jung Gi’s feathers. Or is there? Jung Gi’s coworker, Ok Da Jung (Lee Yo Won), who is so nasty tempered she’s been nicknamed “Fire Da Jung”, isn’t impressed with Jung Gi’s affable nature. In fact, his goodness seems to bring out the worst in her, fanning the flames of her fury at everything and everyone. Will Ok Da Jung finally push Nam Jung Gi over the edge and ignite his anger, or will he eventually be the one to cool hers?
Based on the original Manhwa/Webtoon “Goodbye Mr. Black.” by Hwang Mi Na which was first published in 1983. The comic is motivated by French author Alexandre Dumas’s novel “The Count of Monte Cristo“.
Cha Ji Won (Lee Jin Wook) is a highly trained Navy SEAL officer who is a member of the special Underwater Demolition Team. When Ji Won’s best friend within the Navy Special Operations Force betrays him, Ji Won is denounced as a traitor and sent to another country. After narrowly escaping many attempts on his life, Ji Won plots his revenge. He enters into a fake marriage with Swan (Moon Chae Won) to secure a new identity and returns to Korea to execute his revenge plan. Will Swan help Ji Won carry out his plan or show him a new avenue for his life?
“Happy Home” is based on the biggest Chinese restaurant in Chinatown, South Korea.
It’s tell the story about a family and their happiness and sadness. The Bong Family quarrel and fight all the time but comes dinnertime they are all happy and smiles again. This drama looks back on the true meaning of family. Bong Hae Ryung (Kim So Yun) is the eldest daughter in this family.