Time Shi Gan
Time is the story of Seh-hee and Ji-woo, a young couple two years into their relationship. Though he never acts on his impulses Ji-woo has something of a roving eye and Seh-hee is intensely jealous and fearful that Ji-woo will soon lose interest and leave her. Believing that Ji-woo is bored with seeing the same, boring her all the time Seh-hee takes drastic action, leaving him without warning and having drastic cosmetic surgery, taking on a new face, which she hopes to use to snare him again, under an assumed identity, once she has healed. But when Ji-woo shows interest in this new and “improved” Seh-hee it triggers only more self doubt and loathing. After all, he may love the ‘new’ girl, but does this mean that he has rejected the old? Seh-hee is utterly trapped in her own insecurities, a situation that prompts Ji-woo to take drastic action of his own.
The Terror Live
Yoon Young-Hwa (Ha Jung-Woo) is a former popular TV anchorman, but due to an unsavory incident now works as a radio show host. One morning, a listener calls in to his radio program and declares that “I will blow up the Mapodaegyo Bridge.” At first, the call is taken as a joke, but soon Yoon Young-Hwa realizes it is very real. The Mapodaegyo Bridge, which can be seen from the radio station office, suddenly explodes.
As the sudden terror happens in real time, Yoon Young-Hwa decides that this incident could be his ticket to work again as a TV anchorman. He decides to broadcast a live interview with the caller on TV, but first he makes a deal with news bureau chief Cha Dae-Eun (Lee Kyoung-Young). Meanwhile, the caller asks for more than 2.1 billion wons from the broadcasting station and also an apology from the South Korean President. The caller also informs Yoon Young-Hwa that he is wearing an explosive.
She’s on Duty
Detective Chun Jae-In (Kim Sun-A) goes undercover as high school student to befriend Seung-Hee Nam Sang-Mi, the teenage daughter of a powerful crime boss, but, Chun Jae-In doesn’t remember high school being this hard. Not only does Seung-Hee give Jae-In the cold shoulder, but Jae-In finds the math problems incredibly difficult and she has to deal with the school bullies. Meanwhile, handsome student No-Young (Gong Yoo) enters the picture and Jae-In finds herself falling for him!
Kim Seok-Hyeon (Ji Jin-Hee) becomes Korea’s youngest appointed criminal court judge at the age of 36. He’s famous for his rational rulings. Kim Seok-Hyeon also has a beautiful wife (Yun Se-Ah) and a daughter.
His near perfect life crumbles when his wife is brutally murdered. A man named Jang Soo-Young (Ha Jung-Woo), who had a vendetta against Kim Seok-Hyeon for a prior ruling, quickly becomes the primary suspect and the case is close.
A reporter then approaches the grieving Kim Seok-Hyeon and points out the amazing similarities between Seok-Hyeon’s life and a judge from 30 years ago named Han Sang-Jun. The judge from 30 years ago was also appointed the youngest criminal court judge, graduated as valedictorian from the same high school, and also lost his wife & daughter in a brutal murder. These events seemed to have occurred in exact 30 year intervals.
Now if this “Parallel Life Theory” holds to form, Jang Su-Yeong will escape from prison in 16 days and murder his daughter …
A corrupted customs officer, Choi Ik-hyeon, faces losing his job. Then, his life turns around as he meets ganster Choi Hyeong-bae who has connection with the Yakuza. They quickly form a partnetship; Hyeong-bae helps Ik-hyeon set up a business with the money from drug trafficking while Ik-hyeon lobbies for his partner Hyeong-bae. As the government declares war on crime, however, their partnership begins to crack.
My Dear Enemy
Jobless and single in her thirties, Hee-soo is miserable. On one fine day, she sets out to find Byoung-woon, her ex-boyfriend. It is not love that brings them together but $1,000 Hee-soo had lent to Byoung-woon a year ago. Byoung-woon is also penniless but surprisingly happy for he knows the girls who are willing to give him money. Afraid Byoung-woon may run off before clearing his debt, Hee-soo follows him as he visits many girls to borrow money, so the two ex-love birds set out on a one day journey to collect money, and memory.
A writer meets an attractive woman and falls in love on first sight. Will there love last?
Ku Joo-Wol (Ha Jung-Woo) is a writer and a part-time as a bartender. He’s currently working on his second novel, but stuck with a bout of writer’s block. Joo-Wol then accompanies the president of his publishing company to Berlin on a business trip as a translator. On his last day in Berlin, Joo-Wool attends a party for movie industry insiders. Joo-Wool, bored with the party, steps outside to smoke a cigarette. A woman named Hee-Jin (Kong Hyo-Jin) then walks next to him and smokes a cigarette. Joo-Wol falls in love on first sight.
Back in Seoul. Hee-Jin finds a letter and a flower basket awaiting for her on her desk. Hee-Jin reads the letter from Joo-Wol and finds it funny. Meanwhile, Joo-Wol waits and waits for her phone call. Finally, Joo-Wol gets the phone call from Hee-Jin. The soon-to-be couple will meet for the second time …
Kundo : Age of the Rampant
Set in the 19th century. Jo Yoon (Gang Dong-Won) is the illegitimate son of a wealthy nobleman and a gisaeng. Because his father and his wife failed to have a son themselves, they bring Jo Yoon into their home at the age of 10. Later, his stepmother gives birth to their first legitimate son. Jo Yoon struggles for recognition from his father.
A chance though arises for Jo Yoon to become a legitimate son. His younger stepbrother is killed by a group of thieves. Jo Yoon possesses elite sword skills and decides to plunder from the poor to amass a vast fortune. To become the only heir, Jo Yoon then decides to kill the pregnant wife of his late stepbrother.
Meanwhile, Dol Moo-Chi (Ha Jung-Woo) works as a lowly butcher. He lives with his mother and younger sister. Dol Moo-Chi is then brought in front of Jo Yoon and is hired to kill Jo Yoon’s pregnant sister-in-law. Dol Moo-Chi though is unable to carry out the execution. His failure causes tragedy to unfold upon his family and himself. As Dol Moo-Chi is about to be executed, a group of righteous thieves known as Kundo arrives.