GENRE: Drama, Romance
SYNOPSIS: Kang Joon Sang transfers to the high school alma mater of his mother in a quest to secretly discover who his real father may have possibly been. Jung Yu Jin and Kim Sang Hyuk are two of Joon Sang’s new acquaintances. Yu Jin and Sang Hyuk have been best friends since childhood and while Sang Hyuk is interested in making their relationship more than friendship, Yu Jin has always seen him as just a brother. Joon Sang, whose closed and brooding nature makes him wary and aloof towards others, opens up to Yu Jin after a few romantic memories created between the two. A few months later, Joon Sang makes a discovery that leads to an accident and takes Joon Sang away and Yu Jin, Sang Hyuk and their friends never see him again. Ten years later, the group of friends have all moved on with Yu Jin and Sang Hyuk planning an engagement party to be followed by a wedding a year later. On a return trip to Korea to settle down to open up a business, their friend Oh Che Lin comes to meet the newly engaged couple at a party thrown by the group of friends and brings her new boyfriend. Who cooincidentally just happens to look exactly like Joon Sang. Yu Jin, who was deeply saddened and broken hearted at Joon Sang’s disappearance years before, is stunned when she first meets the warm and bubbly Lee Min Hyung who doesn’t seem to know her at all. Will fate bring Yu Jin and Min Hyung together despite the differences between him and Joon Sang or will Yu Jin choose to stay with her best friend?
STARRING: Bae Yong Jun (Kang Joon-sang/Lee Min-hyung), Choi Ji Woo (Jung Yu Jin), Park Yong Ha (Kim Sang-hyuk), Park Sol Mi (Oh Che Lin), Lee Hye Eun (Kong Jin Suk), Ryu Seung Soo (Kwon Yong Kuk), Song Ok Sook (Kang Mi Hee), Ha Jae Young (Jung Hyun Soo), Kim Hae Sook (Yu Jin’s Mother), Jung Dong Hwan (Kim Jin Woo), Lee Hyo Choon (Sang Hyuk’s Mother), Jung Won Jong (Park Jong Ho), Jang Hang Sun (Supervisor Min), Kwon Hae Hyo (Lee Min-hyung’s Subordinate), Lee Hye Young, Son Jong Bum, Park Hyun Sook
VIEWING SOURCE: Boxed DVD Set
GENRE: Romance, Comedy, Drama
SYNOPSIS: After the death of his father, Kang Min Ho’s uncle takes over the large company that he would’ve inherited. Years later an adult Min Ho has grown to be a hard-core investor, seeking a vengeful claim on the company that stole from him. During his rampage, he is diagnosed with the same hereditary heart defect that took his father’s life and is given only weeks to live unless a rare match from a heart donor can be found. Kim Soon Jung is secretary to Kang Min Ho’s thieving uncle. Her fiancee, Ma Dong Wook is a detective on the police force and best friends with Soon Jung’s childhood friend, Lee Joon Hee. After revealing that he knows who and how ingredient tampering with the company’s products has occurred Dong Wook is killed by a hit and run driver. As cooincidence would have it, Dong Wook is the matching donor for Min Ho’s heart transplant. As Min Ho’s personality slowly begins to change after the surgery, he begins to experience new emotions and falls in love with Soon Jung. But will he be able to compete with Joon Hee for Soon Jung’s affection?
STARRING: Jung Kyung Ho (Kang Min Ho), Lee Tae Woo (Young Kang Min Ho), Kim So Yun (Kim Soon Jung), Jung Da Bin (Young Kim Soon Jung), Yoon Hyun Min (Lee Joon Hee), Jin Goo (Ma Dong Wook), Gong Hyun Joo (Han Ji Hyun), Lee Shi Un (Oh Woo Shik), Park Young Kyu (Kang Hyun Chul), Kim Jung Suk (Director Yoon), Lee Soo Ji (Oh Mi Roo), Jung Yoo Min (Yoo Yoo Mi), Ahn Suk Hwan (Ma Tae Suk), Nam Myung Ryul (Lee Jung Goo), Jo Eun Ji (Na Ok Hyun), Joey Albright
VIEWING SOURCE: March-May 2016; Netflix
GENRE: Youth, Romance, Drama
SYNOPSIS: Eye Candy is a six member underground rock band led by Byung Hee. When the group transfers into the prestigious Jungsang High School, they find their rival, Strawberry Fields. This is a story about the two rock bands and how they deal with friendship, relationships, and their passion for music.
STARRING: Sung Joon (Kwon Ji Hyuk), L (Lee Hyun Soo), Lee Hyun Jae (Jang Do Il), Kim Min Suk (Seo Kyung Jong), Yoo Min Kyu (Kim Ha Jin), Lee Min Ki (Joo Byung Hee), Jung Ui Chul (Yoo Seung Hoon), Kwak Jung Wook (Jung Maro), Kim Hyun Joon (Park Pyo Joo), Kim Hyo Seok (Drummer), Jo Bo Ah (Im Soo Ah), Kim Ye Rim (Kim Ye Rim), Kim Jung Min (Bang Woo Kyung), Jung Ji Ahn (Jo Deo Mi), Ma Dong Suk (Silva), Dong Hyun Bae (Sharkpa boss), Kim C (Rock Kim), Yum Jung Ah (Ji Hyuk’s mom), Kim In Seo (Yoo Hae Ri)
VIEWING SOURCE: Netflix; July 2013