Never before has a TV drama series captured the richness and excitement of Korean history quite like Jumong. Follow the paths of Jumong (Song Il-Kook, Emperor of the Sea), Sosuhno (Han Hye-Jin, Be Strong Geum Soon!), and Daeso (Kim Seung Soo, One Million Roses) as they face the inevitable conspiracies and hardships in bringing freedom to the ancient people of Korea. 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?
Drama, romance and adventure collide in Jumong Volume 3 (episodes 41-61), the groundbreaking television event CNN calls “a ratings winner”.in Jumong Volume 3, the character Jumong (song il-Kook, Emperor of the Sea) continues to combat with his brother and rival Deaso (Kim Seung-soo). Learn More
Five top stars, two generations of love and hate, one bittersweet concerto. Hye-Rim (Jo Min-Soo) moves to Busan with her two children Kyung-Ho (Jo In-Sung) and Su-Ah (Kim Ha Neul) to open a piano school. She meets a lowlife gangster named Uk-gwan (Jo Jae-Hyun) who falls in love with Hye-Rim and decides to turn his life around. The two of them get married, but tragedy forces Uk-gwan to raise the children on his own. Learn More