The story begins as a case of missing children. One child says she saw what happened but police dismiss her eyewitness account. But not everybody ignores her. Jung Yeo-Wool listens because she also saw a lady in a red dress when her sister died.
In “Vigilante”, Kim Ji-Yong is a top student in the police academy. But when we first meet him, he is a young child sitting in a courtroom. His mother was the victim of a violent crime but the criminal was sentenced to only 3 and a half years. Why? Well! Because he didn’t really have the “intention” to commit the crime? WHAT?
In “My Demon”, there is a demon named Jeong Gu-Won who hides his age well. By looking at him, you would not know that he was about 200 years old. That’s how long he has been making deals with humans. He grants their wishes and they can live the life they please for 10 years. When the time is up, they have to pay up, per the contract.
Shim Jung-woo is a Confucian scholar who scored the highest on the civil service exams. The king would been pleased if he could put this young man’s intellect and skills to good use. But the leader of a corrupt political party, his father, arranged for him to be married to the princess. On the wedding day, the princess drops dead right after he bows. He became a widower before he could even consummate the marriage.
“Korea-Khitan War” begins with a scene of a bloody battle. It is the 10 century in East Asia, and the fierce Khitans have been conquering various peoples. Their empire covered the regions from Liaodong to Mongolia and now they were determined to conquer Goryeo.
“Bargain” begins with a scene in a motel room. No Hyung-Soo had driven a long distance to an obscure location, with the hope of being to have sex with a “virgin”. He was willing to pay $1,000 for the act. If she is a virgin, $1,000 is a bargain. Right? He and the young woman were in the room hammering out the details.
“A Model Family” is about Park Dong-Ha, an ordinary man who could be described as a “model citizen”. But that’s only because he has never been in trouble with the law. He has never even had a traffic ticket.
“Queenmaker,” tells the story of Oh Kyung-sook, who never thought she needed the services of a “queenmaker” because she never planned to become “queen”. She is a human rights lawyer who was protesting the unfair firing of several workers by Eunsung Group, a powerful and corrupt Korean conglomerate. When it comes to politics, she’s a rookie who never intended to run for mayor of Seoul. But her path in life changed accidentally.
Strong Girl Bong-Soon gets hired to work as a bodyguard for the president of a gaming company. Her boss runs his own company but he is also a chaebol heir. His father wants him to be the successor to the family business, even though he has older brothers. He starts receiving threats and Bong-Soon’s job is not only to physically protect him, but help him uncover who is threatening him.
“Perfect Marriage Revenge” is a romance/drama that tells the story of Han Yi-Joo, a young girl who was adopted into a rich family but never accepted as a part of the family. Meanwhile, her little sister is showered with love and spoiled rotten. She is constantly reminded by her “mother” who adopted her that she is “fake” and her little sister is “real”. Meaning that she should be thankful she was adopted and never try to receive all the wealth and property that should go directly to her little sister.
“The Deal” immediately introduces the 3 main characters in Episode 1: Lee Joon-Sung, Song Jae-Hyo, and Park Min-Woo all went to high school together.
“Behind Your Touch” is a delightful comedy that mixes in elements of Romance and Crime and Mystery. Episode 1 introduces Doctor Bong Ye-Bun, the main female character. She runs an animal hospital where she prefers to treat dogs and cats. The problem is that she lives in a country village called Mujin where there are farmers with cows and they need her to treat their livestock.