Haan (Min) is dowdy a shoes sales associate at BKK Plaza, a department store that Khunchai’s family owns. Bue (Pae) is a newly hired sales associate working in the men’s undergarment department. By chance, Khunchai rescues Haan when she passes out in the restroom. Haan wants to thank him in person but she realizes that she will never get a chance to once she learns that he’s the son of the mall owner. Maprow and Mam, Haan’s coworkers and friends decided to help by giving Haan and makeover so she can attend Khunchai’s party. Haan finally gets to meet Khunchai once again but out of embarrassment, she lies about being a socialite named Honey. But before Haan can explain and thank him, a photographer takes a photo of them together. Out of fear of her secret being exposed, she leaves the party and Khunchai in a rush. As luck would have it, Khunchai has taken a like to Haan and wishes to date her. Haan cannot believe this since it has been her dream of leading a life like Cinderella. So with Bue’s and the rest of her friends’ help, Haan is able to keep pretending to be Honey. But how long can Haan keep living her life as Honey before the truth comes out? And will her dream of becoming Cinderella become a reality? Is a pair of glass slippers something that she wants or just a pair of flipflops?
This is the dramatized version of the Naoki Award-winning novel by author, Kei Yuikawa. Moe Hayasaka is an office worker in an import service company who cannot devote herself in romance. On the other hand, Moe’s close friend, Ruriko Murono, who snatches Moe’s boy friend away to marry him for her third time, is interested in nothing but romantic affairs. Through their love and friendship, this drama portrays women in their 30s being rocked by marriage, divorce, infidelity, and work.
During a mission, Zhong Li and her superior, an elite agent by the name of He Jun Feng accidentally met. Two wholly different people are seemingly pulled together by fate, and sparks of love result. They are quarrelsome lovers, and often argue;yet they are a couple whether in life or death,will help each other without reason at critical moments, and risk their lives to finish one mission after the other. Yet...dangerous fights, suffocating betrayals, a fated love story and the dazzling society....everything will be ready soon.
The 3rd Hospital is a 2012 South Korean medical drama, starring Kim Seung-woo, Oh Ji-ho, Kim Min-jung and Sooyoung of Girls' Generation. It centers on the conflicts between Western and Eastern medicine and the rivalry between two brothers who espouse them. It aired on cable channel tvN from September 5 to November 8, 2012 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
A 'leftover lady' (refers to unmarried women over the age of 30) meets Song Yi, a talented man for whom she has had a crush on for years. To get closer to Song Yi, Su Man gives up her own promising future just to work with him. Despite her efforts, Lu Li Cheng, a man with whom she has had several conflicts, becomes her superior. Su Man treats him like a thorn in her side, yet he develops feelings for Su Man due to their interactions. Just when Su Man and Song Yi's relationship gets on the right track, unforeseen events occur as Su Man and Song Yi's past romances slowly surface.
Syndrome is a 2012 South Korean medical drama series, starring Han Hye-jin, Song Chang-eui and Park Gun-hyung. It is set in the world of neurosurgery where a medical student finds herself in a love triangle with two fellow doctors. The television series aired on jTBC from February 13 to April 17, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
After a period of mourning, life must go on. After his wife Zoe's tragic death, Samuel Tong takes an extended vacation to put his past behind him. He encounters Holiday Ho, who also is travelling around after losing her boyfriend in an aviation accident. When Sam decides to finally return to daily life, he goes to work as a pilot with Skylette Airlines, where he butts heads with Captain Jayden "Captain Cool" Koo.
Bodyguard is a 2003 South Korean television series starring Cha Seung-won, Im Eun-kyung and Han Go-eun. It aired on KBS2 from July 5 to September 14, 2003 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:50 for 22 episodes.
True friends watch out for one another and protect each other in difficult situations. Four childhood friends — Lee Joon Suk (Kim Min Joon), Han Dong Soo (Hyun Bin), Jung Sang Taek (Suh Do Young) and Lee Shi Un (Kim Joong Ho) — were inseparable while growing up and helped each other out of the petty scrapes and skirmishes as teenage delinquents in Pusan. But their delinquencies take a much more dangerous form in adulthood. Joon Suk and Dong Soo have grown up to become leaders of rival gangs, while Sang Taek and Joong Ho have pursued a life of crime. As their lives intersect as adults, they must each decide where their childhood loyalties end and their current ambitions begin. “Friend, Our Legend” is a 2009 South Korean drama series directed by Kwak Kyung Taek. It is the television adaptation of Kwak Kyung Taek’s 2001 hit film “Friend,” and was followed by the sequel film “Friend, The Great Legacy” in 2013.
Love Buffet is a 2010 Taiwanese drama starring Aaron Yan and Calvin Chen of Fahrenheit and Reen Yu. It was based on the shōjo manga Parfait Tic!, written by Nagamu Nanaji. The drama was co-produced by Gala Television and Comic Productions and directed by Wu Jian Xin. It was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air Formosa TV from 19 December 2010 to 13 March 2011, on Sundays at 22:00 to 23:30 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 25 December 2010 to 19 March 2011, every Saturday at 22:00 to 23:30. This show was also broadcast in Singapore and Malaysia.
Los exitosos Pells is a 2008-2009 Argentine telenovela, produced by Underground Producciones and Endemol, and aired by Telefe. It started being aired on November 5, 2008, replacing Vidas Robadas at 10:30PM. After a pair of schedule changes, it returned to 10:30PM until its end on July 15, 2009. The story is about a successful couple of TV hosts from a news channel, Martín Pells and Sol Casenave. In the first episode Martín Pells falls into a coma, and the CEO of the channel hires an underground actor, Gonzalo Echague, who happens to be extremely similar to Pells, to replace him. Such replacement is done not only for the TV but also with friends and relatives, in order that nobody suspects the absence of the real Pells. Gonzalo, acting as Martin, discovers that Martin and Sol had broken up long ago and were only acting as a happy couple for the television cameras. In reality, Sol had another lover which she hid from the public, and Martin had a homosexual relationship with the son of the CEO of the channel. Nevertheless, Gonzalo falls in love with Sol, and the main storyline of the soap opera involves his attempts to build a relationship with her.
"The Rose" is a 2003 Taiwanese drama starring Ella Chen of S.H.E, Jerry Huang, Joe Cheng, Joelle Lu and Cecilia Yip. It was based on Japanese josei manga, Bara no Tame ni, written by Akemi Yoshimura and directed by Chu Yu-ning. It was broadcast on Taiwan Television from 25 May 2003 to 23 November 2003. The series won Most Popular Drama of the Year at the 2004 Golden Bell Awards, Taiwan.
Dream is a 2009 South Korean television series that follows the lives of a sports agent and K-1 fighters. Starring Joo Jin-mo, Kim Bum and Son Dam-bi, it aired on SBS from July 27 to September 29, 2009 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
After losing a street race to Tatsuya Shima's legendary "Blackbird" Porsche 911 Turbo, high school student Akio Asakura purchases a heavily-modified first-generation Datsun S30 Fairlady Z from a junkyard. The car has a dark history of accidents, leading some to believe it's cursed; hence its nickname "Devil Z." Akio also discovers that the Z's first owner shared his first and last name, and was killed in the car during a race with the Blackbird. Meanwhile, fashion model Reina Akikawa joins the rivalry between Akio and Tatsuya with her modified Nissan Skyline GT-R R32.
Na Young is a thirty-something-year-old woman who gives in to familial pressure to get married. She enters a matchmaking service in a desperate attempt to find a husband. Meanwhile, Jae Won is a man fast-approaching forty with no money to his name. He, too, submits his name to the matchmaking service and by happenstance, the unlikely couple are paired together and married.
Love or Bread is a 2008 Taiwanese drama starring Joe Cheng and Ariel Lin. It was produced by Gala Television and driected by Lin He Long. This marks the third drama that Cheng and Lin have co-starred together, after It Started With a Kiss in 2005 and its sequel They Kiss Again in 2007. It was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air China Television from 16 November 2008 to 8 February 2009, every Sunday at 22:00 and cable TV GTV Variety Show/CH 28 on 22 November 2008 to 14 February 2009, every Saturday at 21:30.
Conspiracy in the Court, is a 2007 Korean historical drama broadcast on KBS2. The mystery thriller revolves around a murder case set in Hansung, the capital of Korea during the latter years of the Joseon dynasty when the nation was experiencing a rapid influx of western influences. Featuring a band of newcomers in the leading roles, Conspiracy in the Court entails a story of four young visionary idealists and King Jeongjo, Joseon's popular 22nd monarch who fought for commoners' rights and bureaucratic reformation. Despite low ratings averaging 6.00%, it was lauded for its high standard of content and art direction.
Mariana de la Noche is a Mexican telenovela from 2003. Written by Delia Fiallo and produced by Salvador Mejia, it starred Angélica Rivera, Jorge Salinas, Alejandra Barros and César Évora.
Suppli is a manga series by Mari Okazaki. It is published by Shodensha, and has been running in the magazine Feel Young since 2004. It ended its serialisation in the December 2009 issue, and a sidestory to Suppli also ran in the magazine. It has been collected in seven volumes so far, and was published in English by Tokyopop who released five volumes in English. Suppli was adapted into a Japanese drama series which aired in Japan on Fuji TV in summer 2006. It stars Misaki Itō, Kazuya Kamenashi, Eita, and Miho Shiraishi. Minami is a 27-year-old female office worker in an advertisement agency. Though she has a boyfriend, she spends the majority of her time working and appears to feel ambivalent about the relationship at best. When the boyfriend finally breaks up with her, it's the push she needs to start a social life with her co-workers. In-office romances soon follow. Much of the story is told through Minami's thoughts, which are full of self-doubt.