The surprise hit of 2010, Personal Taste (aka Personal Preference) garnered high ratings and a huge fanbase in a comedy that proves true love is found in the most unlikely places. Quirky ... See full summary »
Go Mi-Nyu, a girl about to become a nun, is asked to cover for her indisposed twin brother, Mi-Nam, who's on the verge of becoming a k-idol. To do so, she disguises herself as a boy and joins A.N.Jell, a really popular boy band.
Gil Da-ran (Lee Min-jung), a high school teacher, is engaged to a handsome doctor, Seo Yoon-jae (Gong Yoo). Kang Kyung-joon (Shin Won-ho) a troubled transferred student from USA, one of ... See full summary »
Dokkaebi (Gong Yoo) needs a human bride to end his immortal life. Meanwhile, the Angel of Death has amnesia. Somehow these two meet and live together. They see off those who have passed away and are now leaving this world.
Tae Gong Sil has the ability to see ghosts, but their constant demands of help make her life impossible, until she meets Joo Jong Won, handsome CEO that measures everything with money, since when she touches him, the ghosts disappear.
Crown Prince Yi gak finds that he has been transported from Chosun Dynasty to modern-day Seoul. He meets Hong Se Na, who bears a striking resemblance to his dead wife, and is determined to ... See full summary »
Do Min-Joon, an alien that came to our planet 400 years ago, will be able to return to his planet in 3 months, but when he meets famous actress Chun Song-Yi, all the centuries he spent distancing himself from humans come to an end.
Go Eun Chan is a young woman who supports her mother and sister. Her short hair, boyish clothes, and manner often lead to her being mistaken for a young man. Laboring under this false impression, wealthy Choi Han Kyul hires her to pretend to be his "gay lover," to scare away the blind dates his grandmother has set up. Later, Han Kyul is asked to prove himself by managing a rundown coffee shop. Eun Chan maintains her false male identity to become a "Coffee Prince" employee. The charade becomes increasingly difficult as she falls in love with her boss. Han Kyul is both surprised and confused by his romantic feelings towards the "boy."Written by
I first watched this show in 2009 then again in 2010 and I am still so impressed by it .Not only is it a very good Kdrama ,its generally just a very good series/miniseries which can stand its own with any international series out there. Its a comedy (mostly of errors ,mixed up identity and confused emotions) but it has a lot of touching ,sad and heartfelt scenes. It also makes a pretty big statement about romantic love and its basis which had me thinking long after it was over
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