A drama about two families and the dark secret that they keep between them. Kang Ji Hwan is from a wealthy and influential family. He meets and falls in love with Seo Dan Bi. However, Dan Bi is from a poor family and their families disapprove of their relationship. Ji Hwan's younger brother, Eun Hwan, and his wife, Soo Ah, have been trying desperately to have a child of their own but have been unsuccessful. When Dan Bi enters the Kang family, she is already pregnant and this fact causes tension between Dan Bi and Soo Ah. The tension between the two daughter-in-laws affects the two brothers who have always had a good relationship. Lee Mi Jin, Ji Hwan's first love, reenters his life with the intention of breaking up his relationship with Dan Bi. She knows a deep, dark secret that could affect both families. How will Mi Jin use her knowledge of the dark secret to break Ji Hwan and Dan Bi apart? What lasting effects will this have both families? What's the dark secret?
Behind the doors of Namwon Hospital lies a chilling secret, one that the hospital’s inhabitants have kept buried for the last 10 years, and all centered around one coma patient, Lee So-hee. With the hospital’s reputation steadily declining over the years, it is forced to shut down. Though as the hospital closes its doors, another opens, and secrets that have long been hidden are coming out with a vengeance.
The tears, the blood and ruins of the war left a big weight on Koreans' shoulders, one which was reflected on the many difficulties the country went through during those years. Yet, it was one of the most prolific artistic periods the country ever went through, especially in its cultural center Myeongdong, Seoul. All the trends started there, from that parade of feebly lit streets, the fog-like cigarette smoke and the sound of that decade enveloping the whole district. "The Count of Myeongdong" is not your average drama with a normal story, a beginning and a conclusion, a few characters dominating it. It's more of a docu-drama, a love letter to the Myeongdong that shone between 1953 and 1960. All the coffee shops, the theaters, the publishing companies and even television stations, and all the stars making Myeongdong great. Poets, novelists, musicians, journalists, and their romantic, tragic and crazy lives.
The drama is about the third empress of the Goryeo era who fought against the Tungustic people of Manchuria in order to achieve their dream of reclaiming their old land.
Jung Ha Yoon is a graduate student who successfully passed the bar exam. However, she is not finished as she wants to be a medical malpractice litigation specialist. She works at a hospital to look to gain experience and there she meets other doctors who work there.
Gukhwa (Koo Hye Sun) is a young country girl who leaves Yanbian (China) for Korea to get married. When she arrives in Seoul, she finds out that her fiance had just died in a car accident. Instead of returning to China, she decides to stay and create a new life in Korea. With the help of her fiance's family and in particular his nephew, Ugyeong (Lee Min Woo), she is able to overcome the hardship of living in a foreign country.
Han Young Min (Lee Jung Jin) and Min Seo Young (Oh Seung Hyun) were engaged to be married; however, Young Min's ex, Jae Hee (Kim Yoo Mi), dumped their son, Jun, on him. Seo Young broke up with Young Min afterwards because Young Min refused to send his son back to his mother. Jo Min Soo (Lee Yoo Ri) befriends Young Min and helps Young Min adjust to his new life with his son. Young Min and Mi Soo soon realize their feelings for each other and plan to marry. However, obstacles stand in their way before they can do so.