Title: 내겐 너무 사랑스러운 그녀 / She’s So Lovable Chinese Title: 对我而言可爱的她 Also known as: My Lovely Girl / Too Lovely Girl For Me Previously known as: 송포유 / Song for You Genre: Music, Romance Episodes: 16 (To Be Confirmed) Broadcast network: SBS Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-17 to 2014-Nov-06 Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis
Hyun Wook (Bi) is the CEO of a talent agency that scouts and trains idols. He is a brilliant songwriter-producer who appears cold and indifferent on the outside but is sensitive and kind-hearted. Hyun Wook lives in great difficulty as he unable to let go of his ex girlfriend who dies in an accident he witnesses first hand. His ex-girlfriend’s sister, Se Na (Krystal Jung), moves to Seoul in order to pursue her songwriting career and meets Hyun Wook who helps her achieve it. In the midst of healing through music, they fall in love.
Cast
Bi as Hyun WookKrystal Jung as Se NaHoya as Kang Rae HoonL as Shi WooCha Ye Ryun as Shin Hae YoonAlex as Sung JinLee Cho Hee as Joo HongNa Hae Ryung as Ra EumPark Young Kyu as Hyun Wook’s fatherKim Ki Bang as Yoo Sang BongKim Hye EunDaniJo Hee BongPark Doo ShikKim Jin WooBaek Seung DoLee Soo Ji
Production Credits
Production Company: Astory Director: Park Hyung Ki Screenwriter: No Ji Sul

Title: 내겐 너무 사랑스러운 그녀 / She’s So Lovable
Chinese Title: 对我而言可爱的她
Also known as: My Lovely Girl / Too Lovely Girl For Me
Previously known as: 송포유 / Song for You
Genre: Music, Romance
Episodes: 16 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-17 to 2014-Nov-06
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55

Synopsis

Hyun Wook (Bi) is the CEO of a talent agency that scouts and trains idols. He is a brilliant songwriter-producer who appears cold and indifferent on the outside but is sensitive and kind-hearted. Hyun Wook lives in great difficulty as he unable to let go of his ex girlfriend who dies in an accident he witnesses first hand. His ex-girlfriend’s sister, Se Na (Krystal Jung), moves to Seoul in order to pursue her songwriting career and meets Hyun Wook who helps her achieve it. In the midst of healing through music, they fall in love.

Cast

Bi as Hyun Wook
Krystal Jung as Se Na
Hoya as Kang Rae Hoon
L as Shi Woo
Cha Ye Ryun as Shin Hae Yoon
Alex as Sung Jin
Lee Cho Hee as Joo Hong
Na Hae Ryung as Ra Eum
Park Young Kyu as Hyun Wook’s father
Kim Ki Bang as Yoo Sang Bong
Kim Hye Eun
Dani
Jo Hee Bong
Park Doo Shik
Kim Jin Woo
Baek Seung Do
Lee Soo Ji

Production Credits

Production Company: Astory
Director: Park Hyung Ki
Screenwriter: No Ji Sul

Title: 아이언맨 / Iron Man Also known as: Blade Man Chinese Title: 钢铁人 Genre: Action, Romance Episodes: 20 (To Be Confirmed) Broadcast network: KBS2 Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-10 to 2014-Nov-13 Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 22:00

Synopsis
A love story about a man who has knives standing upright all over his body because of the pain that his heart’s been through and a woman who helps him grow and become a real human with her true love.
Joo Hong Bin (Lee Dong Wook) is a heartless and fearless man. He’s a smart, wealthy, prickly man who suddenly develops the ability to sprout iron from his body due to his painful heart and faces hardships for the first time in his life, he gets this power because of all the pain he carries in his heart, and discovers love and grows up along the way. Meanwhile, Song Hae Kyo (Shin Se Kyung) is a meddlesome sort who loves the hero and takes it upon herself to turn him into a real man.
Cast
Main Cast
Lee Dong Wook as Joo Hong BinShin Se Kyung as Song Hae KyoKim Gap Soo as Joo Jang won
People around Joo Hong Bin
Jung Yoo Geun as Joo ChangLee Mi Sook as Yoon Yeo SaHan Jung Soo as Secretary GoLee Joo Seung as Joo Hong Joo
Others
Shin Seung Hwan as Seung HwanJung Jin as Oh Joong SikKim Jae Young as Je GilKang Da Bin as Soo JaeLee Seung Ho as Yoon Seok
Production Credits
Production Company: IHQ, GAZI Contents Chief Producer: Bae Kyung Soo Producer: Im Se Joon Director: Kim Yong Soo, Kim Jong Yun Screenwriter: Kim Kyu Wan
Note
Ji Sung was previously offered lead in this drama but decides not to become Iron Man with his private reason.

Title: 아이언맨 / Iron Man
Also known as: Blade Man
Chinese Title: 钢铁人
Genre: Action, Romance
Episodes: 20 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-10 to 2014-Nov-13
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 22:00

Synopsis

A love story about a man who has knives standing upright all over his body because of the pain that his heart’s been through and a woman who helps him grow and become a real human with her true love.

Joo Hong Bin (Lee Dong Wook) is a heartless and fearless man. He’s a smart, wealthy, prickly man who suddenly develops the ability to sprout iron from his body due to his painful heart and faces hardships for the first time in his life, he gets this power because of all the pain he carries in his heart, and discovers love and grows up along the way. Meanwhile, Song Hae Kyo (Shin Se Kyung) is a meddlesome sort who loves the hero and takes it upon herself to turn him into a real man.

Cast

Main Cast

Lee Dong Wook as Joo Hong Bin
Shin Se Kyung as Song Hae Kyo
Kim Gap Soo as Joo Jang won

People around Joo Hong Bin

Jung Yoo Geun as Joo Chang
Lee Mi Sook as Yoon Yeo Sa
Han Jung Soo as Secretary Go
Lee Joo Seung as Joo Hong Joo

Others

Shin Seung Hwan as Seung Hwan
Jung Jin as Oh Joong Sik
Kim Jae Young as Je Gil
Kang Da Bin as Soo Jae
Lee Seung Ho as Yoon Seok

Production Credits

Production Company: IHQ, GAZI Contents
Chief Producer: Bae Kyung Soo
Producer: Im Se Joon
Director: Kim Yong Soo, Kim Jong Yun
Screenwriter: Kim Kyu Wan

Note

Ji Sung was previously offered lead in this drama but decides not to become Iron Man with his private reason.

Title: 비밀의 문 / Secret Door Chinese Title: 秘密之门 Genre: Period Episodes: 24 (To Be Confirmed) Broadcast network: SBS Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-22 to 2014-Dec-09 Air time: Monday & Tuesday 22:00

Synopsis
A historical drama about the secret surrounding Crown Prince Sado’s death.
This drama takes place during King Yeongjo’s (Han Suk Kyu) reign where his son, Crown Prince Sado (Lee Je Hoon), is forced kill himself. Despite Yeongjo’s effort to change Sado, he had no choice but to order the death of Sado due to his mental instability, excessive violence, and sexual assaults. This drama will tell the discovery of the truth behind the mystery surrounding Sado’s death.
Cast
Main Cast
Han Suk Kyu as King YeongjoLee Je Hoon as Lee Sun (Crown Prince Sado)Kim Yoo Jung as Seo Ji DamPark Eun Bin as Lady Hyegyeong
Supporting Cast
Park Hyo Joo as Yoon ShimKim Kang Hyun as Minister JangKim Min Jong as Na Chul JooChoi Won Young as Chae Je GongKim Chang Wan as Kim TaekSuh Joon Young as Shin Heung BokLee Won Jong as Park Moon SooKang Seo Joon as Min Woo SubSon Byung Ho as head eunuchJang Hyun Sung as Hong Gye HeeJun Gook Hwan as Lee Jong SungKim Myung Kook as Hong Bong HanKim Ha Kyoon as Kim Sang RoKim Seung Wook as Jo Jae HoKim Tae Hoon as Kang Pil JaeChoi Jae Hwan as Heo Jung WoonUhm Hyo Sup as Min Baek SangJung Moon Sung as Byeon Jong InBaek Seung Hyun as Shin Chi WoonPark Hyun Sook as Court Lady ChoiLee Won Jae as Kang Seo WonChoi Won Hong as Uhm Jae SunJung Wook as Heuk PyoKwon Hae Hyo as Seo GyunJung Kyu Soo as Yang Soon ManLee Mi Young as Court Lady MinKim Young Sun as Heung Bok’s motherKim Han Joon as Policeman ChoiKim Hyun as Jang Hwa WonYoon Seo Hyun as Cheon Seung Se
Production Credits
Production Company: HB Entertainment Director: Kim Hyung Shik Screenwriter: Yoon Sun Joo

Title: 비밀의 문 / Secret Door
Chinese Title: 秘密之门
Genre: Period
Episodes: 24 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-22 to 2014-Dec-09
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 22:00

Synopsis

A historical drama about the secret surrounding Crown Prince Sado’s death.

This drama takes place during King Yeongjo’s (Han Suk Kyu) reign where his son, Crown Prince Sado (Lee Je Hoon), is forced kill himself. Despite Yeongjo’s effort to change Sado, he had no choice but to order the death of Sado due to his mental instability, excessive violence, and sexual assaults. This drama will tell the discovery of the truth behind the mystery surrounding Sado’s death.

Cast

Main Cast

Han Suk Kyu as King Yeongjo
Lee Je Hoon as Lee Sun (Crown Prince Sado)
Kim Yoo Jung as Seo Ji Dam
Park Eun Bin as Lady Hyegyeong

Supporting Cast

Park Hyo Joo as Yoon Shim
Kim Kang Hyun as Minister Jang
Kim Min Jong as Na Chul Joo
Choi Won Young as Chae Je Gong
Kim Chang Wan as Kim Taek
Suh Joon Young as Shin Heung Bok
Lee Won Jong as Park Moon Soo
Kang Seo Joon as Min Woo Sub
Son Byung Ho as head eunuch
Jang Hyun Sung as Hong Gye Hee
Jun Gook Hwan as Lee Jong Sung
Kim Myung Kook as Hong Bong Han
Kim Ha Kyoon as Kim Sang Ro
Kim Seung Wook as Jo Jae Ho
Kim Tae Hoon as Kang Pil Jae
Choi Jae Hwan as Heo Jung Woon
Uhm Hyo Sup as Min Baek Sang
Jung Moon Sung as Byeon Jong In
Baek Seung Hyun as Shin Chi Woon
Park Hyun Sook as Court Lady Choi
Lee Won Jae as Kang Seo Won
Choi Won Hong as Uhm Jae Sun
Jung Wook as Heuk Pyo
Kwon Hae Hyo as Seo Gyun
Jung Kyu Soo as Yang Soon Man
Lee Mi Young as Court Lady Min
Kim Young Sun as Heung Bok’s mother
Kim Han Joon as Policeman Choi
Kim Hyun as Jang Hwa Won
Yoon Seo Hyun as Cheon Seung Se

Production Credits

Production Company: HB Entertainment
Director: Kim Hyung Shik
Screenwriter: Yoon Sun Joo

Title: 내 생애 봄날 / The Spring Day of My Life Chinese Title: 我人生的春天 Also known as: Springtime of My Life / My Spring Days Genre: Melodrama, Romance, Medical Episodes: 20 (To Be Confirmed) Broadcast network: MBC Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-10 to 2014-Nov-13 Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 22:00

Synopsis
This is a melodrama about a woman who received heart transplant and a man who loved his late wife very much.
Lee Bom Yi (Choi Soo Young) decided to live her life to the fullest as a token of gratitude for the donor. She then accidentally met Kang Dong Ha (Kam Woo Sung), a single father with two children, unaware that he was the husband of her donor. Kang Dong Ha is baffled that Lee Bom Yi shares many similar traits with his late wife.
Cast
Main Cast
Kam Woo Sung as Kang Dong HaChoi Soo Young as Lee Bom YiLee Joon Hyuk as Kang Dong WookJang Shin Young as Bae Ji Won
People around Kang Dong Ha
Hyun Seung Min as Kang Pu Reun Kil Jeong Woo as Kang Ba DaMin Ji Ah as Yoon Soo JungLee Jae Won as Park Hyung WooKang Boo Ja as Na Hyun SoonJo Yang Ja as Choi Bok HeeJang Won Young as Jo Gil Dong
People around Lee Bom Yi
Shim Hye Jin as Jo Myung HeeKwon Hae Hyo as Lee Hyuk SooLee Ki Young as Song Byung KilGa Deuk Hee as Joo Se NaHwang Geum Hee
Production Credits
Production Company: Dream E&M Chief Producer: Han Hee Producer: Park Jae Sam, Lee Hyo Young Director: Lee Jae Dong Screenwriter: Park Ji Sook

Title: 내 생애 봄날 / The Spring Day of My Life
Chinese Title: 我人生的春天
Also known as: Springtime of My Life / My Spring Days
Genre: Melodrama, Romance, Medical
Episodes: 20 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2014-Sep-10 to 2014-Nov-13
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 22:00

Synopsis

This is a melodrama about a woman who received heart transplant and a man who loved his late wife very much.

Lee Bom Yi (Choi Soo Young) decided to live her life to the fullest as a token of gratitude for the donor. She then accidentally met Kang Dong Ha (Kam Woo Sung), a single father with two children, unaware that he was the husband of her donor. Kang Dong Ha is baffled that Lee Bom Yi shares many similar traits with his late wife.

Cast

Main Cast

Kam Woo Sung as Kang Dong Ha
Choi Soo Young as Lee Bom Yi
Lee Joon Hyuk as Kang Dong Wook
Jang Shin Young as Bae Ji Won

People around Kang Dong Ha

Hyun Seung Min as Kang Pu Reun
Kil Jeong Woo as Kang Ba Da
Min Ji Ah as Yoon Soo Jung
Lee Jae Won as Park Hyung Woo
Kang Boo Ja as Na Hyun Soon
Jo Yang Ja as Choi Bok Hee
Jang Won Young as Jo Gil Dong

People around Lee Bom Yi

Shim Hye Jin as Jo Myung Hee
Kwon Hae Hyo as Lee Hyuk Soo
Lee Ki Young as Song Byung Kil
Ga Deuk Hee as Joo Se Na
Hwang Geum Hee

Production Credits

Production Company: Dream E&M
Chief Producer: Han Hee
Producer: Park Jae Sam, Lee Hyo Young
Director: Lee Jae Dong
Screenwriter: Park Ji Sook

Title: 아홉수 소년 / Plus Nine Boys Chinese Title: 九数少年 Also Known as: Nine Boy / Age Ending in Nine Boy Genre: Romance, Comedy Episodes: 16 (To Be Confirmed) Broadcast network: tvN Broadcast period: 2014-Aug-29 to 2014-Oct-18 Air time: Friday & Saturday 20:40

Synopsis
This is a romantic comedy series about four boys at the ages of 9, 19, 29 and 39 who each confront different challenges in love and work at the cusp of a new decade in their lives.
Koo Gwang Soo (Oh Jung Se) is 39 years old. He was once the brilliant PD (production director) of the nation’s top live music program. But his fall from grace occurs when members of an indie band he’d cast drop their pants onstage and flash the entire country during a live broadcast (based on a real-life incident on MBC in 2005). Gwang Soo loses his position and gets shunted to another program, spending the rest of his professional life in obscurity. He is desperate to get married, but his workaholic ways leave him little time to date. Gwang Soo often thinks about “the one who got away,” his ex-girlfriend Joo Da In (Yoo Da In) who suddenly broke up with him one day and left him heartbroken. When they meet again, Da in is a single mother whose life revolves around her young daughter.
Kang Jin Goo (Kim Young Kwang) is 29 years old. Fashionable and smooth, he is a tour planner for a large vacation travel agency. Jin Goo has been carefree for most of his life, but he faces a rough patch as he turns 29 and starts having to reevaluate his whole future. He has a coworker, Ma Se Young (Kyung Soo Jin), who’s from a small town, is outspoken and rough around the edges but a loyal friend.
Kang Min Goo (Yook Sung Jae) is 19 years old. He is a hot-tempered high school senior and judo athlete. Min Goo dreams of going to his dream college on a judo scholarship, which means giving his all to win a gold medal in his competitive matches. Min Goo keeps running into a cute but mysterious girl named Soo Ah (Park Cho Rong) all over town, and he decides that they’re fated to be together. But Soo Ah has the entire district’s high school boys swooning over her.
Kang Dong Goo (Choi Ro Woon) is 9 years old. He is a child actor who got famous doing food commercials because of his healthy appetite. Dong Goo suddenly feels threatened when, for the first time ever, he loses a job to a new rival child actor. The precocious Dong Goo has also been secretly dating 8-year-old child actress Jang Baek Ji (Lee Chae Mi) for the past two years. (Source)
Cast
Main Cast
Kim Young Kwang as Kang Jin GooKyung Soo Jin as Ma Se YoungOh Jung Se as Koo Gwang SooYoo Da In as Joo Da In
Supporting Cast
Yook Sung Jae as Kang Min GooPark Cho Rong as Soo AhChoi Ro Woon as Kang Dong GooLee Chae Mi as Jang Baek JiKim Hyun Joon as Jae Bumpark Min Ha as Go Eun
Production Credits
Director: Yoo Hak Chan Screenwriter: Park Yoo Mi

Title: 아홉수 소년 / Plus Nine Boys
Chinese Title: 九数少年
Also Known as: Nine Boy / Age Ending in Nine Boy
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: tvN
Broadcast period: 2014-Aug-29 to 2014-Oct-18
Air time: Friday & Saturday 20:40

Synopsis

This is a romantic comedy series about four boys at the ages of 9, 19, 29 and 39 who each confront different challenges in love and work at the cusp of a new decade in their lives.

Koo Gwang Soo (Oh Jung Se) is 39 years old. He was once the brilliant PD (production director) of the nation’s top live music program. But his fall from grace occurs when members of an indie band he’d cast drop their pants onstage and flash the entire country during a live broadcast (based on a real-life incident on MBC in 2005). Gwang Soo loses his position and gets shunted to another program, spending the rest of his professional life in obscurity. He is desperate to get married, but his workaholic ways leave him little time to date. Gwang Soo often thinks about “the one who got away,” his ex-girlfriend Joo Da In (Yoo Da In) who suddenly broke up with him one day and left him heartbroken. When they meet again, Da in is a single mother whose life revolves around her young daughter.

Kang Jin Goo (Kim Young Kwang) is 29 years old. Fashionable and smooth, he is a tour planner for a large vacation travel agency. Jin Goo has been carefree for most of his life, but he faces a rough patch as he turns 29 and starts having to reevaluate his whole future. He has a coworker, Ma Se Young (Kyung Soo Jin), who’s from a small town, is outspoken and rough around the edges but a loyal friend.

Kang Min Goo (Yook Sung Jae) is 19 years old. He is a hot-tempered high school senior and judo athlete. Min Goo dreams of going to his dream college on a judo scholarship, which means giving his all to win a gold medal in his competitive matches. Min Goo keeps running into a cute but mysterious girl named Soo Ah (Park Cho Rong) all over town, and he decides that they’re fated to be together. But Soo Ah has the entire district’s high school boys swooning over her.

Kang Dong Goo (Choi Ro Woon) is 9 years old. He is a child actor who got famous doing food commercials because of his healthy appetite. Dong Goo suddenly feels threatened when, for the first time ever, he loses a job to a new rival child actor. The precocious Dong Goo has also been secretly dating 8-year-old child actress Jang Baek Ji (Lee Chae Mi) for the past two years. (Source)

Cast

Main Cast

Kim Young Kwang as Kang Jin Goo
Kyung Soo Jin as Ma Se Young
Oh Jung Se as Koo Gwang Soo
Yoo Da In as Joo Da In

Supporting Cast

Yook Sung Jae as Kang Min Goo
Park Cho Rong as Soo Ah
Choi Ro Woon as Kang Dong Goo
Lee Chae Mi as Jang Baek Ji
Kim Hyun Joon as Jae Bum
park Min Ha as Go Eun

Production Credits

Director: Yoo Hak Chan
Screenwriter: Park Yoo Mi