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Kang Hae-jin is a woman who puts her faith in something once she starts believing in it. She has a husband 6 years younger than her and puts him through law school. She also runs her father-in-law's failing restaurant and brings it to success.

When the Weather is Fine

Hae Won is an ordinary woman with good character. She has played the cello since she was a child. Hae Won began her social life with her ability to play the cello, but, during that time, she was hurt emotionally by others. Due to that, Hae Won does not trust people and she has closed her heart to others. Hae Won becomes sick and tired of her life in Seoul and decides to move back to her hometown Bookhyun Village. There, Hae Won meets Eun Seop. He runs the bookshop "Goodnight Bookstore." Eun Seop's daily life is simple. He wakes up and drinks coffee, reads a book and writes on his blog. Eun Seop's daily life begins to change after he meets Hae Won.

Time's Up

The show focuses on the phenomenon of "expiration dating", where couples must re-evaluate their current relationships as they enter new phases of their lives that will eventually separate them. The scenarios vary from attending different colleges, semesters abroad, job relocations, military deployments and more. Each episode will follow a couple as they cope with the pressure of their expiration date and document their lives in the weeks leading up to the dreaded departure. When their time is finally up and the couples must say goodbye, they are faced with the decision of staying together to beat the odds as a long-distance couple, or go their separate ways.

Shipping Julia

Julia sets out with her family on a cruise vacation, with hopes that a week of sun, Caribbean beaches, and lots to do onboard will take her mind off her recent break-up. Things get off to a rocky start when she has an awkward encounter with James, a cute British guy who's also on Allure of the Seas. Julia shakes it off, figuring she won't be seeing much of him again this vacation-but fate has other plans.

In Love With Sterretje

Dating show and Oh Oh Cheers Spin-off.


In this Dutch-Belgian co-production, attractive Dutch and Flemish (i.e. Dutch-speaking Belgian) youngsters have what they consider a dream job, virtually a paid holiday: they are 'proppers', which means a nightclub on the Spanish coast (hence the title) pays them to lure other young tourists by their natural -sexy- charms as well as handing out fliers, e.g. for free drinks or competitions, on the beach. They cohabit in free accommodation, so there's ample opportunity for conflict, pranks and love affairs among each-other as well as affairs with 'clients'. However Stuart, the boss of the proppers from rival nightclub Empire, is not content just competing, so he tries to play dirty tricks on our bunch, which spices some story lines. Over he seasons, some leave and others join the team.

Mahmut & Meryem

The son of a Muslim emperor, Mahmut rejects his father's values and advocates a humanitarian approach to running the empire he will inherit. For him, there are more important things than power over others - namely the love he cherishes for Meryem, the daughter of a Christian monk. Rejecting the path chosen for him, Mahmut embarks on a dangerous journey looking for his love Meryem. It is this journey through a land in turmoil which will change both Mahmut and Meryem.

FURORE il vento della speranza

As the 1950s draw to a close, Sicily is a place of extreme poverty and underdevelopment. Vito, the Licata family's eldest son, decides to move to a small town in Liguria, in the northwest of Italy. He and his family leave to seek their fortune in the hope of ensuring a more dignified life for his mother and siblings. There, the Licatas make their home in one of the most run-down neighborhoods on the outskirts of the city, along with the hundreds of other immigrants who flock there. Vito and his family come up against a ruthless and hostile society that they couldn't have been prepared for; a society that refuses to accept them and that discriminates against them at every turn. In a world overflowing with fiery and desperate characters,passions arise filled with jealousy and relentless revenge. The Licatas' story intertwines with that of the beautiful and impetuous Sofia, the strong and indomitable Concetta, the ruthless Commendatore Schivo, and the smoldering Irma. It is a multifaceted series about the pursuit of hope and redemption in a world that fears anything which is different or diverse.

Daughter Back

A mother's tragic death leaves a young girl set to inherit the mighty Shen Corporation. But until Shen Chang Qing (Li Qin) can reach the legal age of 21, the company is entrusted with her father, Pan Wei San (Winston Chao), who is allowed to run the company on Chang Qing's behalf but cannot marry until his daughter turns 21. Instead, Wei San brings his lover, Ding Ya Qin (Cheng Pei Pei), and her daughter, Ding Jia Hui (Shen Min Xi), into the house as an "aunt." At a banquet for Chang Qing's 22nd birthday, she learns a shocking secret behind her mother's death and the perpetrators also try to stage another accident to have Chang Qing meet the same fate. Barely escaping with her life, Chang Qing becomes determined to seek revenge on the very people closest to her who are out to steal her company from under her. Although Chang Qing falls in love with the handsome doctor Lin Hao (Li Yi Feng), she realizes that she needs the acumen of the cutthroat businessman Sun Jin Rui (Lee Wei) to help her carry out her revenge. Can Chang Qing protect her company without forsaking her own personal happiness?

The Promise (2016)

Na-Yeon is a bright woman. She supports her boyfriend Tae-Joon, who is from a poor background. Even though they have a daughter, Tae-Joon dumps her for his own success and goes with Se-Jin. Se-Jin is the granddaughter of the President of Baekdoo Company. Do-Hee is Na-Yeon's twin sister. They have been separated since Do-Hee was adopted by a wealthy couple when she was an infant. Do-Hee now works as a reporter for a weekly magazine. For a story, Do-Hee investigates into the background of Tae-Joon. She discovers that she has a twin sister and Na-Yeon was dumped by Tae-Joon. Do-Hee also learns that Tae-Joon's mother got Na-Yeon hospitalized at a psychiatric hospital. Do-Hee visits Na-Yeon at the hospital, but a fire engulfs the hospital and Do-Hee dies. Na-Yeon then takes the identity of her twin sister.