Master’s Sun주군의 태양 (2013)

Master’s Sun (Hangul: 주군의 태양;jugun-ui Taeyang) is a 2013 South Korean horror-romantic TV series featuring Gong Hyo-jin and So Ji Sub. A fan of the American series “Ghost Whisperer” would definitely relate to this drama.

Joo Joong-won (So Ji-sub) is a stingy CEO of Kingdom, an aggregate that incorporates a significant retail store and inn,is depicted as a narcissistic, haughty, aggressive, and cash driven businessperson, who puts a cost on every relationship. The trauma of a kidnapping incident when he was more youthful has washed away all his sense of trust in anyone around him. He meets the melancholic Tae Gong-shil (Gong Hyo-jin), was once splendid and sunny, who began seeing ghosts after a car accident.They consistently frequent her, some needing her to satisfy their last wishes, others simply frightening her. Gong-shil turns into a pariah, unable to hold down work and experiencing sleep deprivation. Presently bleak and effectively moved to tears, she fills in as a cleaning woman at Kingdom shopping center. At that point she uncovers that the phantoms vanish at whatever point she touches the organization’s president, Joong-won, the most egotistical man she’s ever known. She starts working for him as his secretary (in name), and to the advantage of Joong-won, after taking in Gong-shil’s otherworldly capability, he keeps her close him, planning to utilize her to correspond with his dead sweetheart Hee-joo in finding the ₩10 billion payment paid as Joong-won’s mother’s precious stone neckband. Their lives take another turn as they cooperate to manage the dread and trouble achieved by these apparitions. While digging into the sad memory of the kidnapping incident in Joong-won’s past,he grows closer to Gong-shil, and starts acquiring a new prospective of the things that really matter in life.





















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City Hunter 시티헌터 (2011)

City Hunter 시티헌터 is a 2011 South Korean TV show featuring Lee Min-ho, Park Min-Young. It is based on the Japanese manga City Hunter by Tsukasa Hojo.

In 1983, the South Korean president and his representatives were going to Burma when a shell planted by North Korean executors blasts, slaughtering some high-positioned authorities. This incident is known as the Rangoon bombing (aka Rangoon incident). To strike back, five South Korean authorities arrange a secret operation, code-named “Operation Clean Sweep,” to enter North Korea and murder a few top parts of the North’s high authorities. Lee Jin-pyo and Park Moo-yul, two Presidential Security Service bodyguards and closest  companions who were available at the bombarding, sort out a 21-man group for the mission. Be that as it may, as the group wreaks ruin in Pyongyang, the five authorities prematurely end the plan to evade a worldwide crisis if the mission is uncovered. Their significant concern is that the United States will withdraw its atomic security if the mission is made open, in light of Seoul’s authority announcement that it won’t counter that attack.

The mission was a success, yet -sadly – as the troops swim out from Nampo to a ROK Navy submarine appointed for their home-return, snipers on board their motherland’s submarine shot them dead. An effectively harmed Park yields his life to spare Lee. Lee swims over to shore and comes back to South Korea, where he figures out that the attack group’s administration and individual records have been deleted.
Determined to vindicate his fallen comrades, Jin-pyo kidnaps Moo-yul‘s newborn child. He escapes to the Golden Triangle to raise the kid as his own and trains him in battling skills. After a strike on a town they were inhabiting, Jin-pyo admits his long haul plan for vengeance to the kid, Lee Yoon-sung.

Seven years after the fact, after effectively completing his school years and accomplishing a doctorate in the United States at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yoon-sung comes back to South Korea to satisfy his foster father’s revenge. He enters the Blue House as an IT master under the National Communication Network Team. He is cautioned by Jin-pyo not to trust anybody and never to love a woman, as doing so will put those beloved ones around him in peril.

While working at the Blue House, the plot takes off after Lee meets bodyguard Kim Na-na. In the end Na-na helps him to take revenge, as they find that they have the same objective at the top of the priority list. Issues happen as Jin-pyo‘s vengeance plot unfolds, particularly when Lee challenges his surrogate father at a few events as they attempt to recognize and execute the authorities, known as the “Council of Five.”













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Time Slip Dr. Jin (2012)

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Jin Hyuk is a gifted neurosurgeon who is very successful and accurate in surgeries and disease diagnosis. However, his personal pursuit of perfection drags him into developing  a cold attitude and lack of compassion towards hopeless-case patients. His girlfriend Yoo Mi-na is dissatisfied with his attitude towards these patients; unable to correct his judgement, she storms out of the hospital where they both work after an argument, before Dr. Jin discloses his intentions to marry her when she gets into a car accident and goes into a coma.

Jin Hyuk slips into a time-void and travels 150 years back in time to the the Joseon Dynasty, when medical technology was still immature. He begins making up for his mistakes and previous cold attitude by treating people of the era, and he develops medical devices and medicine by himself. He meets Young-rae (Mi-na’s doppelganger), who is betrothed to her childhood friend Kim Kyung-tak but is not in love with him. Dr Jin’s fame reaches all states, where some believed in his medical skills,while others believed it to be witchcraft. Yet, his good-will meddles with history and Jin Hyuk is left with tough choices.

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