"Personal Taste", 2010 - Eu comecei a ver só por causa do Min Ho. Li o enredo: Um cara se finge de gay para morar na casa da filho de um arquiteto e ter algumas inspirações. Ator bom, tema interessante. Mas a protagonista não te convence fácil e o inicio tem um ritmo lento. Mas depois... gosh... Tudo ganha uma cor mais interessante: a série fica mais engraçada, você toma partido das coisas e quer até bater na cara da "vilãzinha". HaHa A sugestão é se entregar! Vai te render bons momentos…
"Nice Guy", 2012 - Quem assistiu "Nice Guy (An Innocent Man)" sabe o quão difícil foi assistir esse dorama! Uma história excelente no ritmo de novela das oito brasileira que te envolve profundamente, mas te faz chorar e chorar muito! Mas além do drama intenso, tem muitas cenas divertidas e românticas. Além disso, Song Joong Ki tem uma atuação maravilhosa! Vale a pena ver! Ainda mais por um dos melhores e mais surpreendentes finais que a TV coreana já produziu! Recomendadíssimo :)
Fashion 70′s (2005). Cast: Lee Yo-won as Ko Joon-hee/ Han Duh-mi, Joo Jin-mo as Kim Dong-young, Kim Min-jung as Kang Hee, Chun Jung-myung as Jang Bin. Fashion 70′s focused on the lives of four young people, from their childhood during the Korean War, to their careers and love lives within the booming fashion world of the seventies.
49 Days (2011). Cast: Lee Yo-won as Song Yi-kyung, Jo Hyun-jae as Han Kang, Bae Soo-bin as Kang Min-ho, Jung Il-woo as scheduler/ Song Yi-soo. Shin Ji-hyun gets into a car accident that leaves her in a coma. She is given a second chance at life by a reaper, but it comes with a condition: she has to find three people outside of her family who would cry genuine tears for her. In order to do this, she borrows the body of Yi-kyung, a part-time employee at a convenience store for 49 days.
SHARK (2013). Cast: Kim Nam-gil as Han Yi-soo & Son Ye-jin as Jo Hae-woo. After being left for dead and witnessing the death of his father caused by a hit and run accident, Han Yi-soo / Yoshimura Junichiro returns to Korea from Japan after changing his looks and identity to take revenge on the people who caused his family’s downfall. While using Jo Hae-woo, the daughter of the main mastermind that he was actually close to when they were young, he finds himself truly getting attracted to her.
Empire of Gold (2013). Cast: Go Soo as Jang Tae-joo & Lee Yo-won as Choi Seo-yoon. The series is a multi-generational saga that covers a twenty-year span from 1990 to 2010, and follows one chaebol family as it arises out of the ruins of the 1990s IMF financial crisis that wreaked so much havoc on the Korean economy, and becomes the top conglomerate in the nation. Three people become locked in a power struggle for control of this chaebol empire.