Ko Cheok-Hee (Cho Yeo-Jeong) is a lawyer and would do anything to win her cases. So Jung-Woo was her office manager. He would point out any mistake made by Cheok-Hee which irks her. Their relationship is rocky at best.
Now, they meet again at a law firm, but Jung-Woo now works as a lawyer and Cheok-Hee is the officer manager.
Kang Ho Goo (Choi Woo Shik) has a twin sister, Ho Kyung (Lee Soo Kyung). For seven years, he has tried his best to pass the civil examination, but fails. And has never dated in his life. By chance, he runs into his first love, Do Hee (UEE), who was the most popular girl when they were in the same high school. She is a member of the national swimming team and has a burning desire to win. After spending one night together, he finds a baby next to him the next morning and Do Hee goes MIA.
A third generation chaebol family member suffers from multiple personality disorder after experiencing numerous life-threatening traumas. As he (Ji Sung) tries to get his life back on track with the help of a student majoring in psychology (Hwang Jung Eum), the “seven people” whom he created in his body begin their battle to be the dominant personality who will have absolute control over his life.
Park Seo Joon plays a genius writer (but of course) who is determined to dig the secrets and stories of the third generation Chaebol. He stalks him to get the scoop but unexpectedly forms an empathy for him instead.
Unbeknownst to him, Hee-Tae (Uhm Tae-Woong) met his future wife, Il-Ri (Lee Si-Young), when she was a student at an all-girls high school where he worked as a temporary biology teacher.Il Ri (which is a homonym for the world “valid”) falls in love with him since then.
Presently, Hee-Tae works as a fishery researcher and is a contented husband, until he learns that his wife is having an affair with a carpenter (Lee Soo-Hyuk). Of course the carpenter just happens to be THIS hawt!
This is Han Ye Seul’s comeback to KDramaland after the epic meltdown at the tail-end filming of Spy MyungWol three years ago.
Joo Sang Wook plays Han Tae-Hee, an heir of a large company. He suffers from a broken heart syndrome due to great psychological shock. To get back the woman he loves, he completely changes an unattractive and overweight Sa Geum-Ran to beautiful Sara (Han Ye-Seul). In the process, Han Tae-Hee falls in love with Sara.
Sounds like a 100kgs Eliza Doolittle with her professor… albeit a rich one 🙂 And having a good-looking ensemble helps out too XD
My, my, my… Look at all these goodies coming our way
The successor to “My Secret Hotel” time slot is tvN’s version of the Japanese Manga, Liar Game.
Isn’t it interesting to see a common theme that sweeps through KDrama productions? First was the reunion of former OTPs (Jang Hyuk & Jang Nara/ Choi Ji Woo & Kwon Sang Woo/ Lee Dong Wook & Lee Da Hae).
Now, its manga/ manhwa adaptations running into the last quarter of 2014.
In this version, various contestants take part in a game show that offers a prize of 10 billion won. The contestants who can cheat the others of their money win the prize.