A Special Lady
Hyeon-jeong, a used-to-be prostitute, is now the NO.2 of the gang which turns into a leading enterprise. Sang-hoon who has been picked up by Hyeon-jeong, becomes the top killer in the gang. Hyeon-jeong is the reason why he bears all the dirty works in the underworld. Dae-sik, a fierce prosecutor, gets caught in a trap by Hyeon-jeong and is now forced to help to build up the gang's business, but seeks for the revenge. Meanwhile, the fatal weakness of Hyeon-jeong, the existence of her hidden son who she secretly gave birth in a prison, is revealed. The boy immediately becomes the target for every opponent including Sang-hoon. Blinded by jealousy, Sang-hoon plans to demolish the gang and negotiates with Dae-sik. Hyeon-jeong now starts the lonely fight to protect her son, who doesn't even know his mother's existence...
During Japanese colonial rule, YU Gwan-sun is imprisoned for starting the March 1 Movement, a peaceful protest for Korea’s independence. Undaunted, YU unites her fellow inmates to resist Japan. The Japanese security chief senses the resistance, entices an inmate to find out YU Gwan-sun is behind it, then tortures her. Later, Gwan-sun pretends to obey the Japanese while secretly planning another independence protest. This movement spreads beyond prison to the streets, and YU is subjected to merciless torture again. Though she dies two days before she is set to be released, her spirit is more liberated and free than ever.
Ancient Korea, 17th century. While the paranoid King Lee Jo of Joseon, vassal of the Qing dynasty, feels surrounded by conspirators and rebels, a dark evil emerges from the bowels of a merchant ship and the exiled Prince Lee Cheung returns to the royal court, ignoring that he will have to lead the few capable of defeating the ambitious humans and the bloody monsters who threaten to destroy the kingdom.
An old man suffering from depression is found dead, and his housekeeper, Mi-ran, is charged with the murder. Mi-ran’s defense attorney, Sun-ho, is surprised to learn the only witness to the crime is Ji-woo, a teenage girl with Asperger’s. Will Ji-woo be able to take the stand and provide a valid statement?
Joon-Ho (Park Hee-Soon) and Yoo-Mi (Jin Kyung) have been married for 20 years and they are still madly love in with each other. The couple have three children: first son Chul-Won (Jang Sung-Bum), first daughter Kyung-Joo (Yoon Bo-Ra) and youngest daughter Jin-Hae (Lee Go-Eun). The parents have difficulty having sex at night, because their youngest daughter Jin-Hae keeps going into their bedroom. One day, Joon-Ho’s female friend Mi-Hee (Hwang Woo Seul Hye) moves in next door to them. Mi-Hee is a beautiful woman and Yoo-Mi misunderstands the relationship between her husband and Mi-Hee.
Proof of Innocence
Choi Pil-jae is a disgraced ex-cop who works as a "broker" between criminals and his lawyer boss. Choi plans to one day take revenge on his treacherous ex-partner Yang who destroyed his police career. He gets his opportunity when he's contacted by an innocent man convicted of murder in a high-profile case, courtesy of sloppy police work from Yang. Choi decides to prove the man innocent and ruin Yang. But as Choi investigates, he realizes that much more powerful and dangerous forces are the ones truly responsible for the murder and the cover-up.
Romances end in blood and the frail hopes of individuals are torn apart in a vile karmic continuity of colonialism, civil war and occupation. After surviving Japanese colonization, Korea became the first war zone of the Cold War. The legacy of war remains today in this divided country. Three forlorn teenagers, Chank-guk, Jihum and Eunok are figures in the landscape of this story, which highlights the global implications of a very Korean reality. None of them is able to escape the withering pull of tragedy. All desperate pleas for love and redemption are returned stamped in red with "Address Unknown".