1953, the Korean war has ended, but the fight for survival has just begun. Two 18 year old boys, Tae-ho and Jong-du, live in a camp for orphaned boys, which is more of a concentration camp where everyone suffers from hunger, inhumane treatment and unbearable work conditions. But these two have a dream of a better tomorrow. Tae-ho is the one with wits and brains and Jong-du is the tough street fighter. Together they scheme to steal US Army supplies and recruit other boys to grow their business. But when they start to take business away from the local gangsters, their fight fur survival turns into a war…
It is a story about a Chinese restaurant named Furong Hall in Seoul. To extend the renting contract, Pu Shan Ji has to present excellent Chinese cuisine to convince the landlord. Pu Shan Ji quits her job and flies to China to find a brilliant chef, Master Lin, for some recipes. Unexpectedly, there is a subtle spark between them. Will Pu Shan Ji save the restaurant in the end?
Get ready for the most popular Korean music program that showcases the hottest K-pop musicians and songs! Each day of the week features exciting segments, including new music videos and a closer look at stars on Mondays in “So Hot Clips”; MC Eddy of JJCC completes viewer missions and reveals his personality on “MC TV” on Tuesdays; provide the latest K-pop news in “K-Pop Zone” on Wednesdays; showcase up-and-coming rookies in “Rookie Show” on Thursdays; and find out what songs are sweeping the charts in “K-Pop Top 10” on Fridays! Don’t miss watching the No. 1 source of K-pop music and K-pop stars with “Pops in Seoul,” which has been airing since 1998!
Seoul 1945 is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Ryu Soo-young, Han Eun-jeong, So Yoo-jin, Kim Ho-jin, and Park Sang-myun. It aired on KBS1 from January 7 to September 10, 2006 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:30 for 71 episodes. Set around 1945 right after Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule when the nation was engulfed by ideological turmoil, the story revolves around the rivalry between Suk-kyoung, a renowned pianist and daughter of a rich pro-Japanese politician, and Hae-kyung, a headstrong servant; both women love Woon-hyuk, whose ambition to become a lawyer gets thwarted due to his political ideology.
Capital Scandal is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Kang Ji-hwan, Han Ji-min, Ryu Jin and Han Go-eun. It aired on KBS2 from June 6 to August 2, 2007 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. Based on Lee Sun-mi's novel Love Story in the Capital, the story juxtaposes the heroic anti-Japanese movement with young romance by depicting the capital Seoul of the 1930s during colonial rule, called "Gyeongseong". It was a time when the nation's independence fighters fought against pro-Japanese traitors, while traditional Joseon-era Confucian values clashed and coexisted with a more modern way of life. The series portrays one of the darkest periods of Korean history with a mixture of tragedy, comedy and romance.
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.
The friendship, romance, and professional lives of single women living in a big city.
Variety show featuring South Korean boy band NCT and their life in the city at various locations around the world.