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
GENRE: Romance, Comedy
SYNOPSIS: As a child, Kim Hye Jin was the pretty girl in school that all of the boys wanted to be friends with. Ji Sung Soon is an unattractive boy who relocates to Hye Jin’s school. When the other students are mean to Sung Soon because of his appearance, Hye Jin befriends Sung Soon and protects him. Even when Sung Soon moves away with his family, Hye Jin’s correspondence gives him the self esteem and courage he needs to keep improving himself. Eventually the two lose contact and after several years go by, Hye Jin receives a request from Sung Soon to meet. When she discovers that over time the quality of each of their appearances has reversed, she chickens out on the meeting and convinces her best friend and room mate, Min Ha Ri, to go in her stead and pretend to be her. Just when she thinks she’s off the hook, fate finds her working a new job for a fashion magazine with Sung Soon at the helm as her boss.
STARRING: Hwang Jung Eum (Kim Hye Jin),Jung Da Bin (young Hye Jin/Kim Hye Rin), Park Seo Joon (Ji Sung Joon), Yang Han Yeol (young Sung Joon), Go Joon Hee (Min Ha Ri), Lee Ja In (young Ha Ri), Choi Shi Won (Kim Shin Hyuk), Kim Ha Kyoon (Boo Jong Man), Jo Chang Geun (Kwang Hee), Jin Hye Won (Lee Sul Bi), Hwang Suk Jung (Kim Rara/Restaurant Owner), Ahn Se Ha (Kim Poong Ho), Shin Dong Mi (Cha Joo Young), Park Yoo Hwan (Kim Joon Woo), Kang Soo Jin (Joo Ah Reum), Shin Hye Sun (Han Sul), Cha Jung Won (Sun Min), Bae Min Jung (Lee Kyung), Im Ji Hyun (Eun Young), Park Choong Sun (Kim Jong Sub), Lee Il Hwa (Han Jung Hye), Lee Byung Joon (Min Yong Gil), Yoon Yoo Sun (Cha Hye Jung), Seo Jung Yeon (Na Ji Sun), Ahn Sang Tae (Convenience Store Worker), Ray Yang (Woman Mistaken as Hye Jin), Kang Sung (Ha Ri’s Date), Kim Sung Oh (Man At Pub)
VIEWING SOURCE: DramaFever on Roku; October-November 2015