What do a group of foodies and a murder have in common? Lee Soo Kyung (Lee Soo Kyung) is a 33-year-old divorcee who is a composed, confident woman who is happy to be living alone after marrying way too early in life. But the only thing that can make her lose her cool composure is great food. Living next door is another foodie, Goo Dae Young (Yoon Du Jun), a single man who loves surrounding himself with gourmet food but hates being asked if he is dining alone at great restaurants. When a strange murder occurs in their neighborhood, how will their lives be intertwined? “Let’s Eat” is a 2013 South Korean drama series directed by Park Joon Hwa.
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Na Bong-sun has an extremely timid personality and low self-esteem, doesn’t have any close friends, and is constantly getting reprimanded at her job as a restaurant sous chef. She also occasionally sees ghosts, thanks to a shaman grandmother. One day, Bong-sun gets possessed by a lustful virgin ghost named Shin Soon-ae. To make up for the lack of romance in her short life, Soon-ae is determined to seduce as many men as she can by possessing various women, and she finds the perfect vessel in Bong-sun. Bong-sun’s boss is arrogant star chef Kang Sun-woo, whom she secretly has a crush on. Sun-woo still hasn’t gotten over an old girlfriend, but when Bong-sun seemingly gets rid of her shyness and suddenly changes into a confident, dynamic woman, she finally catches his eye.
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This drama is about a husband, Kim Do Hyung (Kim Moo Yul) who desperately searches for his wife, Yoon Joo Young (Go Sung Hee) who suddenly disappears. Meanwhile, Cha Yoon Mi (Lee Si Young) is the detective on the case who helps him along the way. “My soon-to-be bride all of sudden disappeared. And I turned into a monster to find her”. The drama depicts the heartbreaking, pure hearted love by a man, who drives himself to the extreme situation in order to find his only love, his bride.
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Something that’s right in front of your eyes is sometimes the hardest for you to see. Jang Ha Na (Ha Ji Won) and Choi Won (Lee Jin Wook) have been lifelong friends. Through thick and thin, they’ve been through many things together in the nearly 20 years of friendship, including relationships that each has had with other people. Approaching her 30th birthday, Ha Na receives an email from Won that jokes about the “symptoms of premature aging.” Angry about the widely held belief that men are like grapes that turn into a fine bottle of wine as they age while women are like grapes that shrivel up into raisins, Ha Na makes a bet with Won that she can get married first before they turn 35. Will Ha Na and Won be able to find their true loves or have they been blind to what’s been there all along? “The Time I’ve Loved You (aka The Time We Were Not in Love)” is a 2015 Korean dramas directed by Jo Soo Won. It is a remake of the popular 2011 Taiwanese drama “In Time With You.”
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All different personalities come together in the police department’s Special Crime Investigation Team. Lee Hyun (Seo In Guk) is a genius criminal profiler with a degree in criminal psychology whose tongue is as sharp as his wit. He is forced to work with fellow colleague Cha Ji An (Jang Na Ra), an elite detective who has an ulterior motive for being in her profession and becoming a member of the team. Can the two different investigators learn to work together as they go after dangerous criminals? “I Remember You” is a 2015 South Korean drama series.