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Divorce Lawyer in Love
Go Cheok Hee is a successful divorce lawyer who treated So Jung Woo terribly when he was her firm’s office manager. The tables are turned when Cheok Hee loses her license and can no longer practice law and Jung Woo has become a successful lawyer. The two cross paths again when Cheok Hee becomes Jung Woo’s office manager.
Kim Yeon Woo is an orthopedic doctor who takes up a new post at Taereung National Village, the training center for national Olympic athletes, after she is fired from her previous job. She becomes romantically involved with Park Ji Heon, a young judo athlete, and Lee Do Wook, the short-tempered, crippled director of the facility who is still haunted by the injury that had cut short his speed-skating career. This is further complicated by the presence of the swimming coach, Hee Young, who becomes her rival for the attentions of Do Wook.
Gloria is an intense tale of people who are fiercely devoted to surviving their rough lives, focusing in particular on the life of a nightclub singer, Na Jin Jin, who braves the difficulties of her work to provide for her mentally handicapped older sister, Jin Joo. She finds an unwavering source of strength and support from her loyal childhood friend, Ha Dong Ah, a third-rate gangster with a big heart. Jin Jin also meets a potential love interest in Lee Kang Suk, the president of Double Sharp Entertainment, who has his own problems to face as the illegitimate son of an entrepreneur.
Heart to Heart
Cha Hong Do suffers from social phobia and has a problem with severe blushing. She does have a strong sense of curiosity and learns from books and the internet. One day, Cha Hong Do’s grandmother dies. Her grandmother was her only contact to the outside world. Cha Hong Do then begins doing housework as a maid, but disguises herself as an elderly woman. Through an incident, she meets a psychiatrist, Ko Yi Suk.
Shi-Hyun (Jung Kyoung-Ho) grew up in an orphanage, before running away from there. He then made a living by working as a drug courier and picked up the nickname “Doctor’s Son.” He’s now the boss of a mid-size gang. His drug supplier is a man known as Scale (Kim Byung-Ok). Shi-Hyun has plans take over his position. Meanwhile, Hyeong-Min (Lee Jae-Yoon) becomes the section chief of a special investigation unit. Their goal is to take down Scale, who killed an undercover officer. Hyeong-Min’s girlfriend Kyung-Mi (Ko Na-Eun) is also a detective. She also grew up in an orphanage with Soo-Min (Nam Gyu-Ri). They grew up like real sisters and Soo-Min is now studying to enter the police academy. While trying to catch Scale, Hyeong-Min learns about a guy called “Doctor’s Son.” Now, Hyeong-Min and his team go after Shi-Hyun.
Ban Ha Ni is a single woman in her mid-30s who feels like her life is adrift and going nowhere. She’s single not by choice, but by sheer lack of interest from the opposite sex. She’s a temp worker so her employment status is precarious. Even her own family doesn’t seem to care about what’s happening in her life. Then she finds reassurance and encouragement from an unexpected source… her 17-year-old self suddenly visits her. Her younger self reminds her of the passion she once had for her dreams and is pushed to continue challenging herself and grow.
I Need Romance
This bubbly, Sex and the City-esque drama tells the story of the love lives, careers, and families of a group of twenty-and-thirty-something friends. Jo Yeo Jung is In Young, an independent, lovable woman struggling to survive in modern-day society. In this endeavor, which she tackles with confidence and grace, she’s helped by friends Seo Yeon (Choi Yeon Jin) and Hyun Joo (Choi Song-hyun).