This is another drama that is themed by the mental disorder that caused by troubled and traumatic childhood experience. However, unlike “It’s Okay, that’s love”, it is not schizophrenia but dissociative identity disorder (DID). A human body has limited ability to cope with the situations that the person confront, if it is too hard to deal with, the body will become disorder to survive difficult situations. Continue reading
Park Soo-ha gains an extraordinary ability to read other people’s thoughts by looking into their eyes after witnessing his father being murdered. Jang Hye-sung who was the witness of the accident of Soo-ha’s father, becomes a lawyer after years. They met again and Soo-ha helps her in many law cases with his special ability. Continue reading
This is a historical-fantasy story adapted from the same-named novel written by Jung Eun-wol. The drama hit a 42.2% peak rating and gained the “National Drama” status.
“Sun Reaching for the Moon”: The Crown Prince who later becomes the King, Lee Hwon, is destined to be the first Sun. He falls in love to Yeon-woo when he first met her. Unfortunately, she dies from a sudden illness. After years, he meets a shaman named Wol and he starts to doubt that Yeon-woo’s death is suspicious. Continue reading
This is a drama that can be considered as the originator of TEARJERKERS and the typical relationship pattern in Korean drama – love quadrangle.
Yoon Joon-suh and Yoon Eun-suh were siblings, yet after an accident, Eun-suh is found out that she is not the biological daughter of the family. The reason that caused the later dramatic plots is the accidental exchange of name cards of the two female babies many years ago… They have been returned to their own biological family, nevertheless, the destiny between the fated “siblings” is tightly tied. They fall in love secretly after meeting each again after years…