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Korean dramas starting today 2014/05/18 in Korea

2014/05/18 | Permalink | Source

Korean dramas starting today 2014/05/18 in Korea : "God's Quiz Season 4" and "Drama Special - Illegal Parking"

"God's Quiz Season 4" (2014)

Directed by Lee Min-woo-II

Written by Park Jae-beom-I

Network : OCN

With Ryu Deok-hwan, Yoon Joo-hee, Donghae, Kim Jae-kyung, Kang Sung-pil, Park Jun-myun,...

Sun 23:00
A drama about the process of tracking down mysterious deaths of elite doctors from the upcoming Korean University and unravelling a mystery related to a rare disease.

"Drama Special - Illegal Parking" (2014)

Directed by Park Jin-seok

Written by Lee Min-yeong-I

Network : KBS

With On Joo-wan, Kim Sang-ho, Jang Joon-yoo, Jo Jae-yun, Kim Sa-kwon, Ha Jae-sook,...

1 episode
Part of the "Drama Special" series
"Why do you keep parking next to me?"
Noh Jeong-do acts like a lawyer but he's just an average salaryman. He prides himself in being cultured. Everything is going well as he uses his brand new car to drive around Ji-hyeon, the woman he's trying to hit on. However, something is on his mind; Ahn Sang-sik, the neighborhood dominator who keeps parking in his space. Their ill-fate doesn't seem to know when to end. The quarrel over the parking space has gone from small to daily. How will this quarrel end up?

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