"Sorry, I Love You, Thank You" (2015)
Directed by Jeon Yoon-soo
With Ji Jin-hee, Kim Sung-kyun, Sung Yu-ri, Kim Young-chul, Lee Kye-in, Kwak Ji-hye,...
Everyday meaningful words
The moment you say it, something special happens to us
'Sorry' is something we don't say no matter how close.
Kang-chil (Kim Young-chul) and Jong-gu (Lee Kye-in) are former champion friends who resolves on the differences from a long time ago.
'I love you' is something I had to hide everytime I saw you.
Tae-yeong (Kim Sung-kyun) confesses to Seo-jeong (Sung Yu-ri), a bad temepered actress, who he's been in love with for 10 years.
"Thank You" is something that hasn't been meaningful.
Myeong-hwan (Ji Jin-hee) is a father who has to confront the man who killed his daughter and Eun-yoo (Kwak Ji-hye) waits for her father to come back with a truth.
"The Liar" (2015)
Directed by Kim Dong-myung
With Kim Kkobbi, Jeon Shin-hwan-I, Lee Seon-hee-I,...
Aren't you doing it?
Is it only me?
Am I the only one who wants to be happy?
Ah-yeong has the Ripley's.
She dresses up nicely and goes to look at fancy apartments, she goes shopping around shopping malls as if she's going to buy expensive items and even shows off to her co-workers that she's got a rich boyfriend whom she's going to marry soon.
Then one day, poor but innocent man Tae-ho appraoches her. Ah-yeong accepts his proposal but her flaws beging to show and everyone around her turn away but not Tae-ho.
Will Ah-yeong get out of the prison of lies she built and become happy?
"Cruel State" (2015)
Directed by Kim Jin-yeul
In April 2014, the live feed of the Sewol Ferry that sunk in the seas of Jindo resulted in 304 casualties and hurt the families of the deceased who didn't even having the time to mourn over the death of their children because they spent nights on the street in front of the Parliament, Gwanghwa-mun and the Blue House. They only have one question: "Why did my child die?" However, a year later today, there is still no answer. The people face the true color of the state and spend an agonizing one year in dispute.
"A Crybaby Boxing Club" (2014)
Directed by Lee Il-ha
A right-wing extremist group is demonstrating in front of a Korean school in Tokyo. 'Leave Japan. There's no place here for you.' But, what about the inside of the school? The classrooms are filled with all the usual fuss of high school and the energies of ordinary 16 and 17-year-old boys. In the gym after school, there are the shouts and sweat of the boxing club members, who are spending every day diligently working toward their respective dreams. During the 3rd-year boys' school-organized excursion, Seung-eung decides to quit boxing. Though Yu-sam and Won-ho tries to dissuade him, he does not participate in the Interhigh competition. The coach KIM Sang-su and other members of the club begin training again for the central competition to be attended by all Tokyo-located Korean schools in Japan. Now, the members prepare to enter society with their dreams-the culmination of three years of youthful devotion. Beyond the fence of school, they will launch into mainstream Japanese society. They are ready to throw their punches upon discrimination.
'The Merchant: Gaekju 2015' has cancelled Thursday show this week
KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'The Merchant: Gaekju 2015' ended up cancelling the Thur,...More
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