Eun Dan Oh (Kim Hye Yoon) is a student at a prestigious academy, but she has a heart condition. One day by chance, she discovers that she and everyone else in her world are actually characters in a manhwa called Secret. Worse yet, Dan Oh is only a minor character in this story and is expected to die soon. Not satisfied with this fate, she decides to forge her own destiny by changing the story's plot and finding her own true love.
A young noble heir named Jeon Nok Du (Jang Dong Yoon) has just discovered that his parents have arranged for him to marry a woman against his will. Jeon Nok Du has no intention of marrying at his parents’ behest and runs away from home.
He finds a village to take refuge in, but there is a twist – the village is populated entirely by widows! Jeon Nok Du is forced to go undercover, disguising himself as a woman in order to evade detection.
A story of ordinary people who worked hard but failed. They embark on their journey to love their lives again, find something to love in their lives even though it's a small thing.
Miss Kim (Kim Hye Soo) is a big shot contract worker that is so charismatic not even a high-level executive can make her budge. She is so skilled in her work that surpasses all other workers even though she′s a contract worker. She will be at odds with the elite Jang Kyu Jik (Oh Ji Ho).
Ohn Joon Young (Seo Kang Joon) is a meticulous and uptight college student who never deviates from his perfectly programmed routines. In other words, a young model citizen of society.
Lee Young Jae (Esom) is an honest, spontaneous and emotional woman who dropped out of college and started working as a hairdresser's assistant. She loves to live her life in absolute freedom without programmed routines that tie her down.
Destiny had in store for this unlike couple a complete surprise. That both of them would end up together on a blind date. Twelve years later, they managed to find each other yet again... What will be the future of this young couple together after meeting again twelve years later?
When he becomes king, Lee Soo (Seo Ji Hoon) hires the Flower Crew matchmaking agency to make a noble woman out of his first love, Gae Ddong (Gong Seung Yun). Ma Hoon (Kim Min Jae), Young Soo (Park Ji Hoon) and Do Joon (Byun Woo Suk) try to fulfill their client's request.
The plot features a former idol who dreams of a comeback who goes on a "daughter-in-law experiment" program where she's pitted against a fake mother-in-law from one of those long-standing traditional family clans. As they clash, fight, and reconcile, they'll realize the true meaning of family.
A drama about the lives and loves of three women: Na Yoon Joo (Hwang In Young), Mo Seol Hee (Oh Joo Eun), and Song Joo Nam (Jung Yang), all of whom dream of living a better life and stepping outside their boring, mundane existences. Na Yoon Joo, divorced, dreams of breaking free of her divorcee status and date freely. Mo Seol Hee is described by everyone as a "Gold Miss", and she'd much rather be rid of that image. And Song Joo Nam is a married woman who is tired of being the superwoman of the household.
Sun Ok Nam (Moon Chae Won) is a fairy, who came down from Heaven during the Goryeo period and took a bath at a waterfall on Gyeryong Mountain. While she took the bath, a woodcutter took her winged fairy clothes and hid them. Because of this, she could not return to Heaven. She ended up marrying the woodcutter and they had two children together, but then her husband died from falling off a cliff. She tried to find her fairy clothes, but couldn't, so she decides to wait for husband to be reincarnated.
Kim Hyun Ji (Kim So Hyun) is a wandering ghost who died when she was 19 years old. One day she meets an exorcist named Park Bong Pal (Ok Taecyeon). They team up to listen and solve the problems of various ghosts so that they can rest peacefully.
This series pivots around a hapkido teacher Jang Man-ok (Hwang Jung Eum) becoming a stylist of top idol group TAKE ONE, composed of the perfectionist Lee Tae Ik (No Min Woo) and a free yet kind guy named Won Kang Hwi (Park Ki Woong) and getting into a romantic relationship with them. Tae Ik became an idol in order to gain back the house "Full House" where he had lived with his late parents. Can Tae Ik regain "Full House"? And what about these three's future in love...?
Han Ji Eun (Song Hye Kyo) is an innocent woman who gets swindled by her best friends in need of money. After a few unfortunate encounters with top actor Lee Young Jae (Bi), Ji Eun finds out that her house was bought by the actor. Young Jae has been in love with his best friend, Kang Hye Won (Han Eun Jung) for more than a decade but she has her eyes on Yoo Min Hyuk (Kim Sung Soo), their senior. After growing tired of waiting for her to come around, Young Jae proposes a contract marriage to Ji Eun in order to spark some jealousy and get the media off his back. In an attempt to earn back her house, Ji Eun agrees to be his wife for a year. But as they live together, they start to learn what it means to live a married life, genuinely care for one another and have each other's back when they're up against the world.
“Wednesday 3:30 p.m.” tells the story of a woman who was dumped by her boyfriend and tries win to win back his heart by making him jealous. With her close male friend, she manipulates her social media to create a fake “lovestagram” (love + Instagram). The two characters are childhood friends, and a sweet romance will unfold as they begin to live together.
Queen of Mystery is back! Housewife-turned-investigator Yoo Seol Ok (Choi Kang Hee) and passionate detective Ha Wan Seung (Kwon Sang Woo) collaborate to solve mysterious cases and cure the hearts of those who were wounded by crimes along the way.
Yoo Seol Ok (Choi Kang Hee) has always wanted to become a police officer for her entire life. One day, she gets to know a passionate detective (Kwon Sang Woo). And, he gives her an opportunity to make her dream come true. They work on mysterious cases together.
A cheeky workplace romantic comedy, The Producers centers around, aptly, the producers working in KBS's variety department, featuring a bevy of cameo appearances from stars and a cascade of tongue-in-cheek references to showbiz, celebrities, and industry practices. Kim Soo Hyun continues his hot streak of hit projects as the bumbling rookie producer who's book-smart and street-stupid, while Cha Tae Hyun is his jaded veteran PD sunbae. Gong Hyo Jin plays a veteran PD whose prickly outer shell hides a softer inner marshmallow, and IU rounds out the cast as the haughty Kpop superstar. Shows are produced, mistakes are made, and people fall in love multiple times over.
A drama about love lives and careers of three women, who are in their late thirties, living their lives as a divorced woman, a spinster, and a full-time housewife. Jung Wan (Eugene) is a bubbly and forthright woman who divorces after ten years of marriage and moves in with her son to her mother’s house. Meanwhile, Jung Wan's friends; Sun Mi (Kim Yoo Mi) is a happily single “gold miss” and Ji Hyun (Choi Jung Yoon) is a longtime housewife and mother of her teenage daughter and 5-year-old son. They will get involved with Oh Kyung Soo (Uhm Tae Woong), a bad-tempered, self-conceited but a skilled film director who has received several awards and Ahn Do Young (Kim Sung Soo), the CEO of a film company.
"Welcome to Waikiki Season 2" is a story of friendships, love, and dreams of Lee Joon Ki (Lee Yi Kyung), an unpopular actor, and the friends at his "Waikiki" guesthouse. In an effort to revive the guesthouse, Lee Joon Ki persuades his friends Cha Woo Sik (Kim Sun Ho) and Kook Ki Bong (Shin Hyun Soo), to invest in "Waikiki." Along with these three men, Han Soo Yeon (Mun Ka Young), Kim Jung Eun (Ahn So Hee), and Cha Yoo Ri (Kim Ye Won) also come along to live at "Waikiki."