Oh Tae Suk is the supervisor for the society news division and he is someone who never gives up until the truth is told even at the expense of exposing his father, a Member of Parliament. His belief is shared by Seo Woo Jin, his subordinate junior reporter. Together, they go to great length to expose society’s injustice and the corrupted relationship between the government and big corporations.
A college boy Su-min is looking around paintings in a gallery when he hears someone screaming for help. That’s where he first meets a high school girl, Hyun-Jin. They soon meet again in a park, and she realizes he is gifted; he can read people’s mind. He doesn’t want to be near her but somehow he happens to talk with her all the time, which makes him confused. They unexpectedly run into a kidnapping case and she is getting sure about his supernatural power.
Hyun-jin tags after him, and tries him in many different ways to figure out his gift. He thinks she is so annoying and frustrating; however he finds strangely himself feeling something about her. As he is entangled in Hyun-jin’s test, he ends up cleaning a restaurant to cover for expensive lobster dishes. Later on Su-min and Hyun-jin go to an amusement park with the money from Su-min’s cleaning work and surely she never stops testing him even at the park.
Since they see the kidnapping suspect by chance at the park, they get a step closer to real state of the kidnapping…
The film revolves around the titular Battle of Myeongnyang circa 1597, regarded as one of legendary Joseon admiral Yi Sun-sin’s most remarkable naval victories, in which he led the only 12 ships remaining in his command to a heroic victory against an invading Japanese fleet numbering 330 vessels.
Northern Limit Line (2015)
In June 2002, while South Korea is caught in football frenzy as the national team plays against Turkey for third place in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, the North Korean navy deploys two of their patrol boats towards theNorthern Limit Line, a disputed maritime border near Yeonpyeong Island in the Yellow Sea. In the midst of its usual duties, South Korean patrol boat 357 finds itself under surprise attack.
This is a drama depicts the intense and fierce fight which those greedy citizens, in the city that never sleeps, collide with each other in order to become the owner of the most splendid luring lights: money and power.
Park Gun Woo (Jin Goo), the handsome and smart successor of the large corporation Moojin goes to Japan, in order to pursue his dreams of a musician. In Japan he meets Seo Yi Kyung (Lee Yo Won) and falls in love with her. But after his heart was broken, he returns to Korea and starts to work at Moojin. 12 years later, he meets Seo Yi Kyung again, she is now a cold-blooded businesswoman with wealth and determination. At the same time he meets Lee Se Jin (Uee), who was born to a poor family, but is now highly ambitious. Seo Yi Kyung and Lee Se Jin strike up a challenge for success and love.
Suzuhara Nao, an expert observer of migratory birds, becomes a substitute teacher at an elementary school. She’s in charge of of first-year students and doesn’t have much passion for her job. One of her young students named Reina becomes attached to her new teacher.
One day, Nao knows about bruises on Reina and realizes that she is the victim of child abuse. At first Nao doesn’t say anything, but Nao notices more bruises with each passing day and Reina’s absences from school become more frequent. Nao’s maternal instincts kicks in and she decides to take care of Reina. Nao & Reina then takes a train from their native Hokkaido to Tokyo …
Le Grand Chef 2 Kimchi Battle
“Le Grand Chef 2” begins with the Korean president visiting the Japanese Prime Minister and becoming involved in a heated debate over the origins of kimchi. The Japanese Prime Minister makes the bold claim that kimchi is an original Japanese dish which sets off the Korean president.
Upon the Korean’s president return home he sets upon a globalization plan for kimchi, which includes a nationwide “Kimchi Contest”. Then, a lady named Jang-Eun (Kim Jung-Eun) and her step-brother Seong-Chan (Jin Goo) compete in the Kimchi dish contest, with both siblings using their mother’s kimchi recipe.
Jang-Eun is a famed chef in Japan who returns to Korea to compete in the contest. Jang-Eun also wants to close down “Chunyang-gak” – the traditional Korean restaurant that her mother has been running. Jang-Eun has felt that her mother loved the restaurant more than herself and her own daughter. Meanwhile, Seong-Chan wants to keep the restaurant and proposes to his step-sister that the winner of the Kimchi contest should have the rights to their mother’s restaurant …
1969, Korea… Ten-year old Young-rae lives alone with his mother in the countryside. Life is difficult for them and his mother is forced to sell illegally imported cosmetics on the street. But Young-rae is plucky and can stand up to anything including defending his mother â€” anything except when other kids call him names for being “fatherless.” So when he hears that the father he had only dreamed of is alive and living in Seoul, he makes it his life goal to get to city and find him. The only way to get there, however, is a long and expensive train ride. To raise money, Young-rae starts to sell ice cream bars. As his goal nears, will his dream come true?
Falling For Innocence
This drama is about a man who turns cold-hearted after the sudden death of his father, who was a company CEO 25 years ago, and gets kicked out of his company, which is later taken over by his uncle. He then meets a woman he wants to protect after receiving a heart transplant surgery and realizes the true meaning of love and happiness. Jung Kyung Ho will be acting as a professional investor named Kang Min Ho, who gets a passionate heart after receiving a heart transplant and Kim So Yeon has been cast as Kim Soon Jung, a secretary who is attracted to Kang Min Ho like a magnet.