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Birdie Buddy (버디버디)

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"Birdie Buddy" tells the story of former pro golfer John Lee (Lee Yong Woo) and how he leads two women to become the next golf queens. John Lee became the first Korean to win a PGA title. His background was a mystery other than the fact that he was an adoptee. Aside from golf, he also excelled in the Afro-Brazilian dance/martial arts style known as "Capoeira." Even though he found success by winning the PGA title, John Lee stopped playing golf to become a golf course tester.



Min Hae Ryung (Lee Da Hee) was raised to become an elite golf player and was always placed in the best environment to play golf. Her emotions have always been controlled and she has a deep wound inside of her. In contrast, Sung Mi Soo (Uee) is a country girl from Kangwon Province. She comes from a poor background, but her mom worked as caddie. With her bright personality and determined efforts, she attempts to become an elite golf player.

(Source: DramaWiki)

Mrs. Cop (미세스 캅)

Mrs. Cop is about a female cop who deals with harsh criminal activities along with her superior and squad members. Read More

Road Number One (로드 넘버원)

Based on the events occurring around "Route 1", which lies between Seoul and Pyongyang. The story about Officer Lee Jang Woo (So Ji Sub) who finds himself in a war that he is not prepared for in order to protect Read More

The Great Show (위대한 쇼)

A materialistic ex-lawmaker, Wi Dae Han (Song Seung Hun), discovers he is the father of an 18-year-old daughter, Han Da Jung (Noh Jung Ui), whose mother has died in a hit-and-run car accident. He chooses to put on a "great Read More

Last (라스트)

Jang Tae-Ho (Yoon Kye Sang) is an up-and-coming fund manager, but fails in a stock market scheme. A gang goes out after Jang Tae-Ho to recoup their investment and he has nowhere to go. He becomes homeless and stays around Read More
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