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Before starring in the epic Jumong, Han Hye Jin earned instant stardom as Geum-soon, an aspiring beautician and widowed mother whose determined and cheerful approach to life brought hope and comfort to millions of viewers across the globe. Difficult in-laws, custody battles, shocking family secrets, romantic misadventures - Geum-soon faces them all, and the gut-wrenching challenges just keep coming! And to top it off, no one knows what to make of Geum-soon's on-again, off-again relationship with handsome surgeon Jae-hee (Kang Ji Hwan, Hong Gil Dong, Save the Last Dance For Me).Learn More
From the producers of Coffee Prince and My Lovely Sam-Soon comes the stirring Korean TV drama classic Sunlight Upon Me.
Poor small-town girl Yeon-woo (Kim So-Yeon, The Grand Chef, All About Eve) is shocked when she finds out about her sister’s true identity. Against her family’s wishes, Yeon-woo gets a job in Seoul as a home shopping channel host, and falls in love with lawyer Dong-suk (Ryu Si-Won, Secret, Truth). What she doesn’t know, however, is that the owner of the TV network is her real grandfather. And his extended family is not too fond of Yeon-woo. Will Yeon-woo and Dong-suk be able to find any sunlight amid a storm of lies and secrets?
From first-time filmmaker Lee Chung-Ryoul comes an award-winning feature documentary, Old Partner, which broke box office records in Korea as the highest grossing independent film in Korean history.
Old Partner is an eloquent, touching, yet gut-wrenching peek into the reality of Mr. Choi Won-Kyun and his relationship with his 40-year-old ox. In the backdrop of what seems to be a dying way of life for many farmers in modern-day South Korea, the old couple perseveres while his wife, Lee Sam-Soon, bickers and complains about her own unlucky fate. There is no denying that this particular ox is a beast of burden, but it is also cherished and loved as the old man’s constant and dependable companion.
The Great Queen Seondeok is the story of a charismatic queen who gives up her love to become the ruler of Silla and her people. With historical battle scenes, a star-studded cast and writer Kim Young-hyeon (Jewel in the Palace) helming the project, it is MBC’s follow-up historical drama to Yi San: Wind of the Palace (2008) and Ju-mong: Prince of Legend (2006).
During the Three Kingdoms period of Korea, Deokman (Queen Seondeok’s childhood name) was born as the younger twin to King Jinpyeong. However, due to a longstanding ominous prophecy regarding twins being born in the royal family, she was smuggled out and raised with no knowledge of her royal status. Years later, still oblivious to the truth of her birth, she fatefully ends up back in the Silla palace where she joins forces with Princess Cheonmyeong, her older sister, and Hwarang Kim Yushin to oppose Misil, a sly and conniving woman who holds substantial power in the court and wants the throne for herself.
Eun-sung (Han Hyo-Joo, Spring Waltz) is a kind, hard working young woman from an affluent family, but she goes from riches to rags when her father suddenly passes away and her duplicitous stepmother devises an evil plan. Hwan (Lee Seung-Gi), the arrogant heir to his grandmother’s large food company, has no interest in working and takes everyone around him for granted. In a series of surprising twists and turns, Hwan’s grandmother decides to groom Eun-sung to be her company’s successor instead! Sparks begin to fly as Eun-sung and Hwan go head-to-head over their inheritance.
Brilliant Legacy is an irresistible modern-day Cinderella story full of both laughter and tears. Amid family feuds, budding romances, terrible tragedies, changes of heart, and inspiring perseverance, the message throughout Brilliant Legacy’s 28 episodes is clear: it pays to stay true to yourself and to be grateful for what you already have. Learn More
During the Three Kingdoms period of Korea, Deokman (Queen Seondeok’s childhood name) was born as the younger twin to King Jinpyeong. However, due to a longstanding ominous prophecy regarding twins being born in the royal family, she was smuggled out and raised with no knowledge of her royal status. Years later, still oblivious to the truth of her birth, she fatefully ends up back in the Silla palace where she joins forces with Princess Cheonmyeong, her older sister, and Hwarang Kim Yushin to oppose Misil, a sly and conniving woman who holds substantial power in the court and wants the throne for herself. Learn More
The hit Korean TV drama series Thousand Day Promise breaks hearts quietly with the unforgettable story of a young woman with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and the man who gives up everything to stay by her side. Award-winning actress Soo Ae (Two Outs Bottom of the 9th Inning, Love Letter) gives the performance of a lifetime alongside mega-star Kim Rae-Won (The Grand Chef, My Love Patzzi, My Little Bride). Learn More
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College sweethearts Jia Ying (Yoon Joo Young) and Tang Hao (Zheng Guolin, Family) have gone through thick and thin together, but life changes when they step into the real world. After joining a corporation, Tang Hao is led astray by the lure of power and the wiles of the boss’s daughter. Jia Ying, meanwhile, develops an ambiguous friendship with her boss and Tang Hao’s rival, Korean CEO Kim Hong Ming (Shim Ji Ho, Stained Glass). When business and romance begin to collide, can love hold up to the test? Learn More
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- Variety Magazine called the series, "The Future of Korea's TV Drama Industry"
- Received excellent ratings during the original broadcast (average nationwide rating of 30%)
- Originally slated for 20 episodes, but extended to 24 due to the overwhelming popularity of the show
- Based on a popular comic book "¢ Starring former boy band idol Kim Jung-hoon in his debut Korean drama Learn More
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