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A drama about the president who goes missing during his vacation after three rounds of gunshots at his own villa and his bodyguards who pursue the case and try to save him. The drama traces the footsteps of the security guards who try to locate the missing president and unfold the mystery surrounding the president′s disappearance.

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Born as a concubine's child, Gwang Hae (Seo In Gook) was proclaimed as an heir to the throne. Gwang Hae suffered from the threats of dethronement and assassination for 16 years because of his background.

This drama is the epic of Prince Gwang Hae who used face-reading skills as his weapon to overcome his destiny and become the king.

And there is a woman (Jo Yoon Hee), beloved by both Gwang Hae and his father King Seon Jo (Lee Sung Jae), who denied himself to qualify for the throne.

Because Prince Gwang Hae was able to read others' faces, he succeeded to govern the Joseon Kingdom.

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City Hall is a drama that will deal with politics in a romantic comedy genre. It's about the happenings between a young woman mayor and an elite bureaucrat. Jo Gook (Cha Seung Won) is an exceedingly smart government official. He passed the Higher Civil Service quickly and basically is the perfect guy. But being a deputy mayor is not enough for him. He lives with the dream of becoming South Korea's President. He should have easily gone straight to the top, but due to an unexpected incident, he gets dispatched as a deputy mayor for a provincial small town, Inju City, where Shin Mi Rae (Kim Sun Ah) was working. Shin Mi Rae is a low-ranking secretary in Inju, but she works her way up in becoming the youngest City Mayor. As their paths met, they have to deal with each other's personal and social differences. But despite their constant bickerings, would they end up in each other's arms?

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The life of Queen Insoo (Chae Si Ra) from her childhood to adulthood as she ruled Joseon alongside her mother-in-law, Queen Jeonghee (Kim Mi Sook). The drama spans from King Moon Jong (Sun Woo Jae Duk) to Yeon San (Jin Tae Hyun), Insoo's grandson.

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'The K2' follows a patriotic bodyguard (Ji Chang Wook) who was abandoned by his country and colleagues, a shut-in daughter (Im Yoon Ah) of leading Presidential candidate who regards love as a tool for revenge, and the First Lady contender (Song Yoon Ah) who hides her ambition and charisma behind a kind and friendly personality.

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In a story of the real political players behind the scenes, an assemblyman's Chief of Staff, Jang Tae Joon (Lee Jung Jae), aims for the pinnacle of power but must struggle for political survival.

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Deok Man (Lee Yo Won) was born a twin but was sent to a place far away by her father, King Jin Pyung (Jo Min Ki) in order to protect her from the royal court lady, Mishil (Uee / Ko Hyun Jung) who tries to snatch away the throne from the royal successor. Deok Man was later brought back to the Silla palace, where she joined forces with her twin sister Princess Chun Myung (Park Ye Jin) to oppose Mishil. However, Mishil devised sinister plans to have the two Silla princesses exiled from the kingdom, and in a secretive battle, Princess Chun Myung was accidentally killed. But Princess Deok Man shrewdly enlisted the help of General Kim Yu Shin (Uhm Tae Woong) and eliminated her archenemy Mishil. She then became Queen Seon Deok, the first female ruler of the Silla kingdom. This drama is about a story of a beautiful queen, who has to give up her love to save the people and thus, leaving behind many brilliant achievements.

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A historical drama about Yoo Jung (Moon Geun Young), also known as Jung Yi, the first female potter in the Joseon Dynasty and regarded as the dojo of Shintaro porcelain. ‘Yoo Jung’ is based on the real historical figure ‘Baek Pa Sun’, the lady porcelain maker who lived a life of intense love and artistic spirit.

Yoo Jung is a girl who dreams to be the top porcelain artist of the Joseon Dynasty. She is gifted with the born talent and skill in porcelain making. She develops her dream, builds up her skill, and endeavors to live a life as the best porcelain artist. The drama is set in a porcelain workshop ‘Boon Won’ in Joseon Dynasty. The porcelain produced in the Joseon Dynasty is evaluated to have the highest quality of the 16th century in Asia. Porcelain culture is known to be a mixture of science and art. This drama tells about Jung Yi early life in Joseon instead of Japan, where a shrine is dedicated to her.

This drama also depicts the love story of Jung Yi and Kwang Hae (Lee Sang Yoon). Prince Kwang Hae is a sad prince whose life was like a wild storm. He had to let go of Jung Yi no matter how deep his love. He will go through a lonely struggle because he could not put out a flame in his heart toward a woman he loved.

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Set in the 18th-century Joseon, it tells the story of Crown Prince Lee Sun (Yoo Seung Ho) and his fight against a powerful and wealthy organization Pyunsoo-hwe that controls the country behind the scenes due to its monopoly of the nation's water supply. With the help of the woman he loves named Ga-eun, Lee overcomes adversity and grow as a just ruler.