This drama focuses on the life of Jung Yak Yong, a gifted scholar from Joseon who also had a keen eye for investigation.
Like so many adoptees, 26-year-old May (Seong Yoo Ri) has a lot of questions about her past. She returns to Korea from the United States for the first time since she was adopted 23 years ago to try to find her birth mother and understand why she has a lizard-like scar on her shoulder. At the airport, she meets taxi driver Eun Seol (Jang Hyeok), who takes her to an address she brought with her. But when she gets there, May is told her parents died in an accident when she was young. Dejected, May asks Eun Seol to take her to a nearby hotel, and he takes her to one that is right across the street from his home. May learns that Eun Seol has a rare heart condition that makes his heart stop suddenly. Everyday, he prepares for his impending death by keeping his affairs in order. After meeting May, Eun Seol decides to help her find the answers to her past. May, in turn, helps Eun Seol to focus on living instead of just waiting for his death. "Maybe," also known as "Rabbit and Lizard," is a 2009 South Korean film by first-time director Ju Ji Hong.
Two women who were once best friends become enemies when one woman (Oh Yun Soo) steals her best friend's (Hwang Shin Hye) man. They try to find happiness, however, their dreams clash as each want to become the best ballerina in the world.
The four siblings in the Gung family were named after precious jewels: eldest daughter Bi Chwi (Jade), eldest son San Ho (Coral), second daughter Ryu Bi (Ruby), and the youngest son, Ho Bak (Amber). Like an assortment of beautiful gems, their colours may clash and their sharp edges chip away at each other. Using an analogy of a bowl of rice with assorted ingredients to illustrate the workings of a family, the key to a great dish is using the right balance of ingredients in order to create a good mixture. Assorted Gems tells the story of the different lives of the family members and how they learn from their clashes to find the perfect balance.
The drama about a man trying to achieve what is thought to be impossible: fulfilling his dreams of being a great soccer player.
Ryu Jin and Go Eun Mi are a married couple who try desperately to conceive a child but are unsuccessful. They turn to surrogacy and this is where Go Eun Nim comes in. She is their surrogate mother carrying their child but things become complicated when she later marries Ryu Jin's younger brother played by Jung Gyu Woon.
Based on the events occurring around “Route 1”, which lies between Seoul and Pyongyang. Kwon Sang Woo plays as the officer Lee Jang Woo, who displays extraordinary survival skills, friendship, cooperation and ideology under brutal war conditions.