"New Tales of the Gisaeng" covers the love, sadness and pain of people around a gisaeng house, where only VIPs can enter.Dan Sa-Ran majored in dance while attending college. She is beautiful. Her mother died when Sa-Ran was still young and her father remarried. Dan Sa-Ran comes from a poor family, but she keeps her dignity around friends who come from rich families. By chance, she meets Da-Mo and likes him, but doesn't tell him because of her poor background. A head gisaeng at Buyongkak recommended to her to become a gisaeng.Ah Da-Mo (Sung Hoon) takes business administration training at his father's company. He does not get along with his father. Da-Mo's father show affection only towards their pet dog. Da-Mo is cocky and tends to look down on woman. By chance he meets Dan Sa-Ran and their relationship begins.
Kim Yo Han is a psychiatrist who gets involved in a serial murder when his car broke down on Christmas Eve during a sudden storm and he is forced to take shelter at a private high school. Seven students and a teacher are also there over the winter break, but they are gradually murdered one by one as they receive letters from a killer who wants revenge for the death of his mother and sister.
One middle aged women is acrried into hospital in a coma. Yeon-hee, who has been searching for a heart to transplant to her daughter, who has critical heart disease, is begging middle aged women’s gangster son, Whee-do, by giving him a fortune. But when the reasons for Whee-do’s mom are revealed one by one, Yeon-hee, who became desperate, is teaming up with dangerous people… Kim Yoon-jin of the ABC drama “Lost” returns to Korean film with a heart-throbbing drama that co-stars Park Hae-il (“Moss” “The Host”wink.gif. Yeon-hee (Kim) has a daughter that needs a heart transplant to live. At the same time, a woman comes to the hospital and is brain dead after a fall. Yeon-hee takes this as a chance from heaven and offers her son, Hui-do (Park), a large sum of money for his mother’s heart. Hui-do declines the offer and decides to fight for his mother’s life, but he soon discovers that his mother’s sudden fall was not an accident after all. As he digs deeper into the case, Yeon-hee plots to arrange a heart transplant for her daughter no matter what. This is director Yoon Jae-geun’s first feature film. He is known as a writer of films like 2007′s “My New Partner” and 2008′s “Hello Schoolgirl.”
A docu-drama about the life of Kim Tae Won, lead guitarist of the legendary rock band Boohwal, or "Resurrection", as well as the different people who played a part in its history, such as former lead vocalist Lee Seung Chul.
The story of the relationship between two families, based on the traditional Korean Cinderella folktale about Kongji and Patji. The Kongji family is poor but kind, while the Patji family is rich but selfish.
The story of King Geunchogo, warrior king of Baekje. Under his reign, the kingdom experienced its glory days, with military conquests that saw him controlling most of the Korean peninsula and a subsequent enhancement of political power that reached its greatest height in Baekje's history.