Ko Eun-Bi (Ku Hye-Sun) is a medical student, but she dreams of becoming a musical actress. She thinks about musicals all day and even dreams about musicals at night. Hong Jae-Hee (Daniel Choi) comes back to South Korea. He used to compose songs for musicals, but now writes pop songs. His friend says that Jae-Hee changed because of his break-up with Bae Kang-Hee (Ok Joo-Hyun) 6 years ago. One day, Eun-Bi practices a song while out in a park and Hong Jae-Hee, who fell asleep in the park after drinking too much alcohol, is awaken by her singing. Jae-Hee tells Eun-Bi that he wrote the song “Maria Maria” that she is singing. Eun-Bi doesn’t believe him. Jae-Hee advises her that without talent she shouldn’t think of becoming a musical actress. Eun-Bi, ignoring Jae-Hee’s opinion, decides to take time off from medical school to take part in numerous auditions. She fails all of them. With only 2 weeks left before she has to return to medical school Eun-Bi becomes desperate. She spots an audition advertisement looking for a male musical actor. Eun-Bi decides to take part in the audition dressing up as a man. Her ruse is discovered though by Yoo-Jin (Park Gi-Woong), an investor for musicals, and she is kicked out from the audition. In the bathroom of the audition, Eun-Bi meets a woman named Sa Bok-Ja (Park Kyeong-Rim). Bok-Ha insists she is a musical instructor and gives lessons to Eun-Bi. Bok-Ja even moves into Eun-Bi’s apartment. Eun-Bi then decides to take a year off from school, believing that with lessons from Bok-Ja she can make her dreams come true.
The 12-episode drama will air once a week on Thursday nights, and it’s an omnibus series about four different couples living together in one apartment complex. Oh Jung-se (Plus Nine Boys) and Ryu Hyun-kyung (Tasty Life) play the main couple in their 30s, who’ve been living together for two years. Oh Jung-se’s character is a voice actor, and Ryu Hyun-kyung plays a reviewer who runs a blog. They’re an average 30-something couple and they simply chose to live together instead of getting married.
Choi Yeo-jin (Valid Love) and singer Jung Joon-young (1 Night 2 Days, Today’s Love) play a couple that’s twelve years apart in age. She’s a penny-pincher who basically supports her younger boyfriend, and he’s a musician who carries a guitar but doesn’t know how to play it. They’ve been living together for a year, and though they fight like cats and dogs, they’re always quick to make up.
Ha Eun-seol (Yoo-na’s Street) and model Park Jong-hwan play a 20-something couple that just moved in together. She’s the type of woman who doesn’t want her boyfriend to know that she isn’t the perfect embodiment of femininity, and works tirelessly to keep up the illusion.
Lee Jae-joon (Dating Agency Cyrano, Night Flight) plays a loner who prefers to stay at home, but is forced to get a roommate for financial reasons. He doesn’t even want to exchange unnecessary small talk with the guy, and thus seeks out a foreigner who can’t speak Korean very well.
Idol Takuya plays the new roommate, a young man from Japan who’s on a trip around the world. Takyua thinks it a shame that Lee Jae-joon is wasting his youth as a homebody, and begins to draw him out into the world
Raised by a single mother, Goni has grown up to be a warm and kind person.He starts gambling, purely with the intention of using the money he earns to buy his mother a new sewing machine.When his mother finds out about his new gambling habits, she’s outraged.To divert his mother’s attention, Goni plays matchmaker and introduces his mother to Dae-ho, the neighborhood photographer, in hopes that his mother would get remarried soon. (To divert his mother’s attention, Goni hooks her up with Dae-ho, the photographer at a neighborhood studio.)However, it turns out that Dae-ho was once a swindling gambler who since stopped gambling altogether. In high school, Goni befriends Agwi’s nephew Young-min, who is actually out to get Dae-ho.But when his stepfather, Dae-ho, is killed because of Young-min, Goni decides to get revenge. Because of Goni’s connection to Dae-ho, he ends up in prison where he learns the tricks and trade of gambling.Goni is forever changed. He will stop at nothing until he gets his revenge.One by one, he takes down all the top gamblers in the country, before finally coming face-to-face with Agwi. But it’s just the beginning for Goni. He’ll wage everything he has to get even with Agwi for what he did to his parents and friends.
Adult movie director Jung-Woo (Yoon Kye-Sang) dreams of working as a regular commercial film director. Eun-Soo (Koh Joon-Hee) is a commercial film actress, who began her career when she was a child. After Jung-Woo meets Eun-Soo he faces enormous changes in his life.
Man on High Heels 2014
Ji-wook is a cold-blooded detective who would brutally assault and stop at nothing to catch criminals. However, despite his perfectly masculine appearance, Ji-wook struggles with a secret desire to be a woman. At last, Ji-wook decides to get a sex change. However, a gang Ji-wook had brutally arrested by force plots revenge against him. While Ji-wook resigns and secretly dreams of transforming into a real woman, people close to him get caught up in a conspiracy and killed. When the one person he must protect, ‘Jang-mi’, also falls in danger, Ji-wook faces a crossroads in making his choice.
How to Use Guys with Secret Tip
Assistant TV commercial director Choi Bo-Na (Lee Si-Young) is tasked with doing anything and everything at work. Due to working so many hours, her appearance is always a complete mess. Choi Bo-Na also hasn’t dated in years. One day, her company shoots a commercial on location at the beach. Famous actor Lee Seung-Jae (Oh Jung-Se) appears for the filming, but he immediately complains about the tall height of the woman he is shooting the commercial with. Because of this, the whole concept behind the commercial has to be changed. Choi Bo-Na complains about Lee Seung-Jae’s attitude, which makes Lee Seung-Jae dislike her even more. After the filming is complete, Choi Bo-Na finds herself walking alone along the beach. The staff has already left back for Seoul without her. While waking on the beach at night, she comes upon a unique stall. The stall sells various instructional tapes. While she browses through the tapes, the persuasive seller (Park Young-Gyu) appears and talks her into buying a set – a $500 dollar instructional tape set on how to use men with different persuasive acts. The instructional tapes will soon change Choi Bo-Na’s life.
A Millionaire on the Run
Young-in and his colleague Seung-dae are a pair of professional bagmen working for various lobbyists in finance, media and a host of other industries requiring political favors. Feeling guilty about his work, Seung-dae tells Young-in he plans on blowing the whistle on his boss Han’s illegal activities.