You’ve never seen a secretary like this! Award-winning actress Choi Gang-Hee makes a delightful return to the small screen in the Korean TV drama series Protect the Boss. Heartthrob Ji Sung (Save the Last Dance for Me) and singer Kim Jae-Joong of pop group JYJ add to the hilarity and star power in this zippy workplace romantic comedy. Learn More
Set in a fictional time of the Joseon era, a chance meeting between the crown prince and a nobleman’s daughter gives rise to political strife, conspiracies and a fateful love that surpasses even death. Though chosen as Crown Princess, Heo Yeonwoo is torn from her rightful place and is forced to undertake a new life. Years later, the star-crossed lovers reunite as Wol, the secretive shaman, and King Yi Hwon, the man who lost his innocence with the death of his beloved. Learn More
Love, forgiveness, justice, and the perfect pair of high heels are just a heartbeat away in the delightful Korean TV drama Prosecutor Princess, another audience favorite from the creators of Brilliant Legacy and My Girl. Learn More
A soul-searching story that touches and surprises at every turn, the Korean TV drama series 49 Days follows a young woman’s amazing journey between life and death – with some help from a motorcycle-riding Grim Reaper. Learn More
Lee Mari (Choi Ji-Woo) just wants to be loved – that’s why she became an actress. Now as the top star in Asia, she’s adored everywhere she goes, but her relationships never last more than 100 days. PhD student Chul-soo reluctantly agrees to ghostwrite Mari’s new book, and the two become increasingly close despite being from two different worlds. At the same time, Mari’s first love Woo-jin reenters her life. While Mari tries to deal with her tragic past and figure out her love life, the tabloids offer their own relentless spins, while her controlling boss just wants men – all of them – out of the picture. Learn More
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.
Simple country girl Bong-sun (Eugene - Save the Last Dance for Me) leaves the mountains in search of her long-lost parents. Helped by an irascible Secret Service officer (Lee Min Gi - Be Strong Geum-soon, Dal Ja's Spring) and a handsome doctor (Ryu Jin - Summer Scent, Capital Scandal), she finds love and success as a cook in Seoul's most important kitchen, the South Korean President's Blue House. Along the way, Bong-sun overcomes every obstacle, learns the true meaning of family, and solves a startling riddle: Could the President himself be her father? I Really, Really Like You is a romantic comedy filled with great music, quirky characters and delicious food. It's an irresistible drama of an irrepressible girl!
Will It Snow For Christmas? is the kind of pure love story that first made Korean TV Dramas so popular around the world. Top stars Go Soo (Piano, Green Rose) and Han Ye-Seul (Couple or Trouble) light up the screen in this quintessential romantic melodrama about high school friends who find their way back to each other, no matter the obstacles. Learn More