Angel Eyes (2014) – Korean TV Drama


Title:  Enjel Aijeu
Genre: Melodrama, romance, family, medical
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2014-Apr-05 to 2014-Jun-15
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:55

Se Young Hospital
Lee Sang Yoon as Park Dong Joo / Dylan Park
Kang Ha Neul as young Park Dong Joo
Kim Ji Suk as Kang Ji Woon
Jung Jin Young as Yoon Jae Bum
Jung Ae Ri as Oh Young Ji
Kim Ho Chang as Moon Je Ha
Suh Dong Won as Kim Ho Jin
Park Jin Joo as Kim Yoon Jung
Lee Seung Hyung as Sung Hyun Ho

A melodrama about a man and a woman who are each other’s first loves, but get separated at childhood due to a painful family situation and meet again 12 years later. Yoon Soo Wan is legally blind woman who gets her vision back after receiving a corneal transplantation in an operation and decides to embrace life with passion by becoming an emergency rescue worker who is known not only by the fire department, but also by the local hospital. She is a tomboyish character who still fondly remembers her first love from 12 years ago. While, Park Dong Joo is a surgeon and Soo Wan’s first love who is outstanding student and knows how to comfort one who is in pain. He is proud of his father and dreams of being a firefighter like him. He goes through various changes of his life and has to change his fate due to many happenings. He is a man who only watches over his loving woman from the side and overcomes the misfortunes ahead of him.

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Hotel King (2014) – Korean TV Drama


Title: Hotel King
Genre: Romance, drama
Episodes: 32
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2014-Apr-05 to 2014-Jul-27
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:55
Original Soundtrack: Hotel King OST
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
Subtitles: English (credit to KDrama/Crunchyroll, thanks to kingofbeer)

Lee Dong Wook as Cha Jae Wan (general manager of Hotel Ciel)
Lee Da Hae as Ah Mo Ne (heiress of Hotel Ciel)
Im Seul Ong as Sun Woo Hyun (Mo Ne’s VIP staff)
Wang Ji Hye as Song Chae Kyung (director of Hotel Ciel’s restaurant)
Lee Duk Hwa as Lee Joong Goo (vice chairman of Hotel Ciel)
Kim Hae Sook as Baek Mi Nyeo (training manager of Hotel Ciel)
Jin Tae Hyun as Roman Lee

As a child, Cha Jae-Wan (later played by Lee Dong-Wook) was a beggar. He was also physically abused by the leader of a group of beggars that he belonged to. One day, Jae-Wan killed the leader of the group by accident and he passed out. When awoke, he found himself in a luxurious hotel. A man, Lee Joong-Goo (Lee Deok-Hwa), tells Cha Jae-Wan that his father, Ah Sung-Won, abandoned him and his mother. Jae-Wan vows to take revenge on his father for his deceased mother. Now, Cha Jae-Wan works as the general manager for HOTEL CIEL. The hotel is run by none other than Ah Sung-Won. One day, Cha Jae-Wan tells Ah Sung-Won that he is his father and he should reveal that publicly. Ah Sung-Won though reacts unexpectedly and dies. After his death, his only child, Ah Mo-Ne (Lee Da-Hae) appears at HOTEL CIEL. She acts arrogant, but others are unaware that Ah Mo-Ne is actually afraid of being alone and she is also suspicious of her father’s death. Ah Mo-Ne struggles to keep HOTEL CIEL.

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Shohei Imamura – Hateshinaki yokubo (1958) – Japan

Shohei Imamura - Hateshinaki yokubo AKA Endless Desire (1958) 8

Japanese Title: Hateshinaki yokubo
Year: 1958
Directed: Shohei Imamura
Genre: Drama | Black Comedy
Runtime: 101 Min.
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Cast: Shizuko Kasagi, Tomiko Hattori, Kayo Matsuo, Hiroyuki Nagato, Misako Watanabe

Plot/Synopsis :
Crackerjack black comedy showcasing early development of Imamura’s style. A group of would-be criminals team up with an ambitious woman to tunnel under a business and rob it. Their descent into the (literal) underworld is played out with a noirish style that pokes fun at the genre while using it in incredibly effective ways, and the editing rhythms that develop are uncommon for the late 50s and have more in common with early-60s Suzuki. Misako Watanabe (who isn’t on the IMDb cast list) is the standout in a really dynamic performance as the vicious femme fatale. Still, this is minor Imamura, will be of great interest to his fans but is still very effective as a comedy-thriller and will appeal to casual viewers also.

Conan Future Boy (Japan) 1978

AKA: Mirai Sh?nen Konan
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Genre: Animation, science fiction
Duration: 26 episodes
Director: Hayao Miyazaki
Future Boy Conan is an anime series, which premiered across Japan on the NHK network between April 4 and October 31, 1978. It is an adaptation of Alexander Key’s novel “The Incredible Tide”. The story begins in July 2008, during a time when mankind is faced with the threat of extinction. A devastating war fought between two major nations with ultramagnetic weapons far greater than anything seen earlier brings about total chaos and destruction throughout the world, resulting in several earthquakes and tidal waves, the earth thrown off its axis, its crust being rocked by massive movements, and the five continents being torn completely apart and sinking deep below the sea. An attempt by a group of people to flee to outer space failed, with their spaceships being forced back to earth and vanishing, thus shattering their hopes. But one of the spaceships narrowly escaped destruction and crash landed on a small island which had miraculously survived the devastation. The crew members of the spaceship settled there, as if they were seeds sown on the island. Amidst these survivors, a boy named Conan was born, bringing a new ray of hope to the earth. After several years, during which most of the other survivors had died and the only people left on the island were Conan and his grandfather, he meets a young girl named Lana, and their adventure begins. Between the different islands left in the world: Industria, High Harbor, Rambent, and others, the group travel and coflect rises between good and evil.

Wild Romance (Korean TV) 2012

A.K.A: Nanpokhan Romance
Year: 2012
Runtime: 1hour [average] per disc
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Episodes: 16
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director: Bae Kyung Soo
Cast: Lee Dong Wook, Lee Si Young, Kang Dong Ho, Oh Man Suk
Links: Drama Wiki

Everything starts on the birthday of Eun Jae’s dad. Eun Jae ran into Park Moo Yul, who is the 2nd baseman of ‘Green Dreamers’, when she is drunk. Eun Jae who is a fan of ‘Blue Seagulls’, starts a fight with Moo Yul who led the ‘Green Dreamers’ to victory. The next day, internet is on fire with the video called ‘Humiliated Park Moo Yul’. Because of this video, career of both Moo Yul and Eun Jae, who recently got a job as a bodyguard, are in danger.

In the end, they decided to put on a show against the public! They lie that Eun Jae is Moo Yul’s private bodyguard and the video was recorded when Eun Jae was giving a self-defence demonstration to Moo Yul. Like this, Eun Jae becomes real bodyguard of Moo Yul. It seemed like everything worked out just fine, but the problem is that they can’t stand each other’s existence… HanCinema

History of the Salaryman (South Korea) 2012

AKA: Salaryman Chohanji
Year: 2012
Episodes: 20
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Genre: Comedy
Director: Yu In-Sik
Cast: Lee Bum Soo, Jung Ryu Won, Jung Gyu Woon, Hong Soo Hyun
Salaryman Cho Han Ji depicts the trial and tribulations of the average salaryman, from humble beginnings to success. This drama portrays the salaryman’s loneliness and isolation, struggles, sorrows, hopes and successes in a realistic light. During the cover of night, Yoo-Bang enters a dark villa with a flashlight. Yoo-Bang finds a man Ho-Hae dead, slouched over on a chair, and a woman Yeo-Chi hiding behind a curtain. At Ho-Hae’s funeral, detectives enter and arrests Yoo-Bang and Yeo-Chi for the murder of Ho-Hae.