GENRE: Romance, Comedy, Cooking
SYNOPSIS: Go Seung Ji, an orphan, is hired to work as a Patissier by Pan Da Yang at Panda Cafe after having difficulties finding employment at other bakeries. Known as “Hedgehog” by his friends because of his prickly personality, he helps “Panda” build up the bakery’s reputation while fending off problems with both a former employee and Saint-Honoré, a large baking franchise who is out to steal Seung Ji’s ideas for their own. Choi Won Il, the step-son of Saint-Honoré’s President and head baker and long time friend to Panda, has just returned from the U.S. to take over as CEO of the franchise and to put a stop to his step-father’s criminal dealings within the company. Both Seung Ji and Won Il compete for Panda’s affection but who will she choose in the end?
STARRING: Lee Dong Hae (Go Seung Ji), Seo Dong Hyun (Child Seung Ji), Yoon Seung Ah (Pan Da Yang), Kim So Yun (Child Pan Da Yang), Choi Jin Hyuk (Choi Won Il), Yoo So Young (Kang Eun Bi), Yang Hee Kyung (Kim Kap Soon), Im Eun Hye (Pan Da Na), Yoo Seung Mok (Gil Dong Goo), Goo Bon Im (Mi Ra), Park Geun Hyung (Park Byung Moo), Lee Moon Hee (Park Mi Hyang), Hyun Suk (Choi Jae Kyum), Hong Yeo Jin (Hwang Jung Rye), Song In Hwa (Choi Won Yi), Park Sang Hoon (Jo Kyun Woo), Han Seung Hyun (Hwang Bum Bo), Jung Min Jin (Jo Ki Tae), Hwang Byung Gook (Lee Jong Gab), Park Ha Na (Park Ha Na), Fujii Mina (Shiratori Mina), Nam Ji Hyun (Manager Nam Ji Hyun), Shin Min Kyung
VIEWING SOURCE: Netflix
GENRE: Sports, Romance
SYNOPSIS: Former Pro Golfer, John Lee, returns to Korea to start his own golf training club and winds up training two golfers both attempting to become part of the Elite. Min Hae Ryung comes from a wealthy family who spares no expenses to make sure she has the best training possible but will personal baggage and lonliness hold her back? Sung Mi Soo comes from a poor family background and has a difficult time coming up with the funds to get training and coaching but John Lee sees enough potential in her to give up any monetary gains for training Mi Soo to help her become one of the Elite.
STARRING: Uee (Sung Mi Soo), Jin Ji Hee (Child Mi Soo), Lee Da Hee (Min Hae Ryung), Lee Yong Woo (John Lee), Lee Byung Joon (Sung Kyung Hwan), Yoon Yoo Sun (Jo Kyung Suk), Oh Hyun Kyung (Min Se Hwa), Yoo In Na (Lee Gong Sook), Gina (Child Gong Sook), Park Han Bi (Sung Tae Gab), Ahn Do Gyu (Child Tae Gab), Park Sung Woong (Choi Dong Kwan), Han Seung Hyun (Ahn Joong Ki), Choi Il Hwa (Jay Park), Robert Holley (Yoon Kwang Baek), Yang Hee Kyung (Uhm Jung Ran), Kim Jong Jin (Woo Joon Mo), Park Tae In (Park Eun Joo), Yoon Gi Won (pro-golfer Wang), Choo So Young (scout), Kim Jung Hak, Woo Hyun, Kim Dong Hyun, Samuel Kang, Goo Bon Im, Jo Seung Yun
VIEWING SOURCE: March-April 2016; Netflix
SYNOPSIS: During the Joseon Dynasty (17th century) an Englishman, William, buys his passage on board a ship bound for Nagasaki, Japan and finds himself a castaway on Tamra (Jeju) Island in South Korea after being washed overboard during a bad storm. He’s rescued from the sea by Jang Beo Jin, who’s family has been chosen to house an exiled nobleman for sexual harrassment crimes against women. Because of William’s difference in appearance, namely his golden blonde hair, Beo Jin must keep him hidden in her special hiding place or else risking William being killed because he is an outsider.
STARRING: Seo Woo (Jang Beo Jin), Im Joo Hwan (Park Kyu), Pierre Deporte (William Spencer), Lee Sun Ho (Yan Kawamura), Lee Seung Min (Seo Min), Byun Woo Min (Jang Won Bin), Yang Hee Kyung (Eom Ssa Boo In), Kim Yoo Jung (Jang Beo Seol), Kim Mi Kyung (Choi Jang Nyeo), Lee Ho Jae (Park Chul), Bang Eun Hee (Go Ba Soon), Jung Joo Ri (Han Boon), Jo Seung Yun (Kim Yi Bang), Lee Hae Woo (Hyang Dul Yi), Seo Bum Shik (Jeon Chi Yong), Kim Ho Won (Hyang Dol Lee), Yoo Tae Woong (Han Philip), Park Hee Jin (Jong Dal), Jo Moon Ui (Jong Dal’s Father), Lee Jung Sup (Kim Hoon Jang), Jang Kyung Ah (Hong Shi Yeon), Lee Han Wie, Lee Byung Joon, Han Sung Joo, Kim Yoon Seo, Lee Ho Sung, Goo Bon Im (Jong Dal’s Mother)
VIEWING SOURCE: March 2016; Netflix