I remember the games I played when I was young. We were happy playing together, but, looking back, I realize I used the games to satisfy my own desires. It was a child’s selfcentered behavior. But adult lovers, too, display immature sides in their relationships. Consumed by self-love, they act like children. I have tried to illustrate this kind of love through the metaphor of children’s games.
Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days follows the journey of 3 Afterlife Guardians and Su-hong as they journey through their 49th trial in order to gain their reincarnations and how the Guardians slowly recover their forgotten memories through Household God in the living world.
Sung-Ae movie about the story of the hero who watched videos of husband and wife
On a hot summer day, a man wearing a sweater coughs as he walks. He enters an underground, gruesome restaurant and orders fried rice. The restaurant owner swears to customers who leave food on their plate unfinished and he struggles to finish everything on his plate. The film takes advantage of the short film form and accentuates its merits, taking the story through a dramatic flow in a simple situation with various characters.
A revealing, impartial, yet sometimes shocking look into the history, traditions and practices of the dying art of Korean shamanism, chronicling the lives of living, practising "hereditary" and "possessed" shamans.
A historical drama about Yeonsangun of Joseon as a prince trying to restore the status of his mother, the deposed and executed Queen Yun.
Prince Yeonsan-gun turns into a tyrant out of grief for his mother's death. He orders beheadings of all the officials who displease him or who advised the previous king to depose the queen. He becomes crueler by the day. But in 10th year of his reign, he is kicked out of the throne and dies a tragic death. -IMDB
A magician meets a weird girl and offers her to work together in his magic show. It's only until a year later that he starts to know her personally and develops a feeling towards her despite her own problems.
Jae-hyuk is a pharmaceutical worker for a medical supplies company. When a series of dead bodies are found floating in the Han River. The public is shocked to discovered that the deaths are related to a fatal outbreak of virus-infected mutant parasitic horsehair worms, called 'Yeongasi', that can control the human brain. Those infected shows symptoms of hunger and thirst, hence jumps into the river to combat dehydration. Whilst the authorities work to find a cure, Jae-hyuk struggles to save his family when they also exhibits similar symptoms.
A compilation of episodes from the lives of several of the amateur actors' (who are 'bad teens' and the homeless of Seoul) own experiences, this film sheds light on the dark side of Korean society. Feeling alienated and persecuted, they wonder about and come into conflict with the 'good people' who persist in trying to reform them. They have their own reason for remaining as they are and resist attempts to reform them: they cannot change simply because they are bad.
Whenever elementary school teacher Kang Joon-soo (Lee Seung-gi) falls in love, he always gives too much of himself to the relationship. Yet despite that, he ends up being the one getting dumped by his girlfriends. Joon-soo has been friends for 18 years with Kim Hyun-woo (Moon Chae-won), a weather forecaster whose beauty belies her witty tongue and aggressive manner.
As shy, awkward and, frankly, nerdy as she is, 25 year old public official Na Young-ju has little hope of landing a boyfriend. But then a game of chance designates her as the member of her office staff who will take English courses—much to her horror. In the same class, she encounters show salesman Park Moon-su, who fancies himself a dashing ladies’ man. He’s studying English in part to communicate with his long-lost American sister, but mostly for the purpose of wielding exotic pick-up lines, and is soon deploying them at the less-than-impressed Cathy, the pretty Australian teaching the class. But while Park flirts with Cathy, it’s Young-ju who finds herself mooning after the handsome if self-absorbed fellow.
Chang-su recalls the girl whom he loved before he entered the military. At that time she had been working as a housemaid. They meet again years later at a police station and the girl, Yeong-ja reveals that she quit her job after being raped by the son of her employer. Her life got steadily worse until finally she lost an arm in a car accident and had to work as a prostitute to pay for an artificial limb.
A group of bandits has been raiding a Korean village in Manchuria, and a mysterious man on horseback called "Yeong" ("shadow") emerges to defend them.
Shot in Busan, Shadow Island is the name of a location as well as the main character’s name. The film explains the legacy of violence passed down through three generations. The lives of a murderous father, a son addicted to violence, and the victims of violence intertwine into a surprising finale. As the film shifts through the past and present, it reveals a painful family history that eats away the soul and leads to a burdened fate of self-destruction.
Isolation and loneliness slowly drives a woman towards madness and murder.
The movies follows the incident knows as the second battle of Yeonpyeong which happened in 2002.
Gang-pae is #2 gangster in his organization who longs to become an actor. Su-ta is a superstar actor who takes on the role of a gangster in an action movie called Rough Cut. When another actor leaves the set due to Su-tas violent ways, the production is on the verge of shutting down. Su-ta asks Gang-pae, whom he met by chance, to play alongside him in the movie in order to save the production.
A Seoul businessman comes to Jeju Island and meets a lonely tour guide.
Detective Squad Chief Choi is set for a promotion. He has a party with his co-workers to celebrate, but, on the way home, a crime occurs and he accidentally commits murder. Because of his promotion, he decides to cover up the crime. The next morning, TV news reveals a body is hanging from a crane at a construction site. Choi is shocked because the body hanging is the person he killed last night. He takes charge of the murder investigation.
Yeon Gaesomun is the title of a television historical drama. In the summer of 2006, the South Korean television station SBS began a 100-episode drama on the life of Yeon Gaesomun. Its production cost was very high, about 40 billion South Korean won.
This drama about a group of people from diverse backgrounds who live together in a share house in Yeonnam-dong.
Drama series follows the life Jang Yeong-Sil: a scientist, technician and inventor during the Joseon period. Jang Yeong-Sil was born in the lower class nobi. King Sejong notices his abilities and brings him to the palace. King Sejong grants him a chance to display his abilities. He invents tools like astronomical instruments, iron printing press and a water clock.
Scent of a Woman is a 2011 South Korean television drama series starring Kim Sun-ah, Lee Dong-wook, Uhm Ki-joon and Seo Hyo-rim. It aired on SBS from July 23 to September 11, 2011 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
This 100-episode epic drama vividly depicts the life of King Dae Jo-yeong and other heroes of the Balhae Kingdom, which dates back 1300 years ago.
Upon a chance meeting at a neighborhood photo studio, Yoo So Ra and Kang Yoo Chan develop a picture-perfect romance with the help of a magical camera that can freeze time. At first the camera seems like a game, but it begins to take on a whole new meaning as they face hardships that might cut their growing love and youth short.
A fantasy, romantic comedy about a ′love cell′ cat that looks like a human, Navi teaching love to Ma Dae Choong, who is determined to revive his dying love cells with an extraordinary romance, particularly with top star, Seo Rin.
Ko Cheok-Hee (Cho Yeo-Jeong) worked as a lawyer and she would do anything to win her case. So Jung-Woo was her office manager. He pointed out any mistake made by Ko Cheok-Hee which irked her. Their relationship was rocky at best. Now, they meet again at a law firm, but So Jung-Woo works as a lawyer and Ko Cheok-Hee is the officer manager.
We Are Dating Now is a 16-episode drama produced by the SBS in 2001. The drama series was later first broadcast by the SBS between January 16, 2002 to March 7, 2002. and aired in Japan
Dating Agency: Cyrano is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Lee Jong-hyuk, Choi Sooyoung, Lee Chun-hee, Hong Jong-hyun and Jo Yoon-woo. Based on the 2010 romantic comedy film Cyrano Agency, the series is about a dating agency that orchestrates romantic scenarios for paying clients, all in an effort to raise enough money to save an old theater. The early working title was Flower Boy Dating Agency. It is the fourth in cable channel tvN's "Oh Boy" project targeted at the teenage demographic, following Flower Boy Ramen Shop, Shut Up Flower Boy Band, and Flower Boys Next Door.
A teen romantic comedy that tells the story of a chef named Sung Jun who is the best at his craft and has no flaws in the eyes of others, but he is simply hopeless when it comes to love. But when he meets a girl who eats everything deliciously, he falls in love at first sight.
A family drama about a college student couple who unintentionally becomes parents and realize the true meaning of love and life. Jang Mi is an immature mama’s girl who grew without experiencing any hardship in life. Unlike her parents’ will to marry her off to a promising man they choose for her, Jang Mi has the hope to marry someone she falls madly in love with. As she dates healthy and innocent engineering student Cha Dol, she slowly begins to realize the meaning of love.
This is the story of Hong Guk Young; his dreams, ambitions, ideals, and desires. His intelligence and resourcefulness served him well in his struggle to overcome adversity in the palace, eventually earning him the coveted position of right-hand man to King Jeongjo.
My Daughter Seo-young is a 2012 South Korean television series, starring Chun Ho-jin, Lee Bo-young, Lee Sang-yoon and Park Hae-jin. The family drama focuses on the broken relationship between Seo-young and her father, who later reunite with the help of her twin brother. It aired on KBS2 from September 15, 2012 to March 3, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 50 episodes.
Drama series follows the loves and worries of a mother and her two daughters. The women are single, divorced and remarried.
Drama series depicts a love story between Ban Ji-Yeon and Yoon Dong-Ha. Ban Ji-Yeon is a single 39-year-old woman. She works as a reporter and is very enthusiastic about her work. So much so that she is often called a “witch” at work. She doesn't believe in true love, because of her past experience when her boyfriend disappeared prior to their wedding. Yoon Dong-Ha is 25-year-old young man who runs a small errand center with his friend. The errand center will do pretty much anything including sending out someone dressed as Santa Claus or provide security for an idol star. He looks like a happy guy, but he lost his girlfriend by an accident.
A romantic comedy about a man who doesn't want to get married and a woman who has no luck in marriage prospect. Gong Ki Tae is a successful bachelor who keeps getting pressured by his family to settle down. He then comes up with a plan to introduce Joo Jang Mi, whom he thinks will never be approved by his family.
A drama about love and relationships, centers on a college student Joo Yeon Ae (BoA) who has both good looks and personality, but she′s actually a novice in relationships, and always fails at getting her man. Meanwhile, Cha Ki Dae (Choi Daniel) is a skilled dating coach who expert at reading women′s minds. He comes to coach Yeon Ae over SNS, but despite the experience he boasts about, however, he also always fails at getting his own girl. The drama also depicts what happens when four youths with completely different views toward love start dating each other.
Winter Sonata is a South Korean television drama series that aired on KBS2 in 2002. The second part of the season-themed Endless Love series directed by Yoon Seok-ho, it stars Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo. Filming primarily took place on the resort island of Namiseom and Seoul. It is widely considered to be the Korean drama that launched the Korean Wave throughout Asia and worldwide. It has also been adapted into an anime series, and a stage musical.
When she's not making ends meet, Choi Choon Hee hones her skills in trot music, an old-fashioned, but heartfelt genre. Her luck turns when she pairs up with Jang Joon Hyun, an arrogant songwriter who excels in pop hits, as well as Jo Geun Woo, a shrewd talent CEO. Choon Hee's star burns hot, but between work and love, can she overcome the haters and trot her way into success?