Sunday, October 29, 2006

Great Teacher Oniauka


Great Teacher Oniauka (1998)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Sorimachi Takashi - Onizuka Eikichi
Matsushima Nanako - Fuyutsuki Azusa
Kubozuka Yosuke - Kikuchi Yoshito
Nakamura Aimi - Aizawa Miyabi
Kirari - Mizuki Nanako
Ikeuchi Hiroyuki - Murai Kunio
Yamazaki Yuta - Watanabe Masaru

Genre: Coming of Age Drama

Episodes: 12

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 29, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Sorimachi Takashi plays Onizuka Eikichi, a graduate of a third-rate University and the leader of a motorcycle gang, whose lifelong dream is to become a teacher. After being hired by a seemingly eccentric principal, Onizuka begins his unconventional way of teaching a hopeless group of troublemakers. Although he meets much opposition from the students and teachers themselves, his warmth and passion for teaching eventually convinces everyone that Onizuka truly has the makings of a great teacher.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Marmalade Boy


Marmalade Boy (2002)
Taiwanese Drama

Cast:
Stella Huang - Guang Xi
Ken Zhu - You
Zeng Guocheng - Ren
Guo Jinchun - Liu Mei

Genre: Family, Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 30

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 29, 2006

Summary: Xiao Shi Chuan Guang Xi finds her life turned upside down, when her parents return from a trip to Hawaii only to tell her that they are getting a divorce. They explain that while they were there that they had met another couple, the Song Pu family, fallen in love, and now decided that each couple would breakup and switch partners. Guang Xi is understandably upset. The whole situation makes no sense to her, and she doesn’t want to see her family broken apart. But if that wasn’t crazy enough, her parents tell her, so that she will not miss having both parents around her, that they, along with the other couple and their son You, would be moving together into a big house making them one big happy family. Needless to say, Guang Xi is not happy about the situation at all, though she does find You to be attractive, a fact that doesn’t escape the notice of her jealous friend, Yin Tai, who has liked her for years, or of Yalishi, You’s ex-girlfriend...

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Crying out Love, in the Centre of the World


Crying out Love, in the Centre of the World (2004)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Yamada Takayuki - Matsumoto Sakutaro
Ayase Haruka - Hirose Aki
Tanaka Koutaro - Ooki Ryunosuke
Emoto Tasuku - Nakagawa Akiyoshi
Motokariya Yuika - Ueda Tomoyo
Ogata Naoto - Matsumoto Sakutaro
Sakurai Sachiko - Kobayashi Aki

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 11

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 28, 2006

Summary: "I thought I might be using a lifetime's happiness in a moment. I was that happy and she was that beautiful." A young boy stands on the red earth of Australia under its blue sky. It is 17-year-old Sakutaro Matsumoto. His time with the girl comes back to him. The colored sand runs through his hands and a tear appears on his cheek. He wakes up. It's 2004 and he is 34 years old and in Japan. He thinks "I have been in a world without her for 17 years." Returning home to see his old high school for the last time before it is demolished, Saku confronts anew the loss of the love of his life, Aki, to leukemia 17 years ago. Now a medical researcher at graduate school, he has been living as if half of him died with her since then. Based on the bestselling novel that sold over 3 million copies, the past and present come together in this love story that is both pure and sad.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Thursday, October 26, 2006

UPDATES

All dramas have been updated. If it says "Removed," this means that the videos have been removed, but the user who uploaded the videos is still on YouTube. If it says "User Suspended" this means not only were the user's videos deleted but their account was also deleted from YouTube. Because YouTube has gone crazy the playlists are subject to change at any time. If it does, please inform me and I'll update it as soon as possible.

I have been trying to find alternate playlist for the dramas we lost. So, please EVERYONE lets all work together to find new dramas to upload onto this page, and to find new playlists for dramas we've lost previously. Thanks all!

Oh Pil Seung, Bong Soon Young


Oh Pil Seung, Bong Soon Young (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Ji Young Soo

Cast:
Ahn Jae Wook - Oh Pil Seung
Chae Rim - Bong Soon Young
Ryu Jin - Yoon Jae Woong
Park Sun Young - Noh Yoo Jung

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 16

Playlist Currently Uploading PUBLICALLY as of Oct. 26, 2006

Summary: Oh Pil Seung is a free-spirited, but somewhat lazy regular joe who suddenly finds himself heir apparent to a top-level logistics company! With rivals and detractors simply waiting for him to foul up, will Pil Seung be able to rise to the challenge? Or will white-collar intellectuals and their snobby ways force this blue-collar everyman out?

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Hello, Franceska


Hello, Franceska (2005)
Korean Drama

Director: No Do Chul

Cast:
Shim Hye Jin - Franceska
Lee Doo Il- Doo Il
Jung Ryu Won - Elizabeth
Lee Kyun - Kyun
Park Seul Gi - Sophia
Park Hee Jin - Park Yeo Sa
Shin Hae Chul - Andre Daegyojoo

Genre: Comedic Horror

Episodes: 52

Playlist (only the first part of the first ep)

Summary: Romania, 2005. One of the last vampire families on earth decides to disguise themselves and live among humans until "the glory of their empire" revives. They are sent to different places all over the world that are considered safe by their leader.

However, a group of vampires takes the wrong ship and happens to come to Korea. On board, they run into a timid and unlucky man Doo-il. One of the vampires bites him by mistake and he becomes one of them. They promise Doo-il that they will return him into a human on the day when their leader comes to find them. He doesn't have any other choice but to live with them. They are disguised as a family of five and start new lives in Seoul. Can they really go back to their country safely when their leader comes to find them?

While watching the vampires who disguise themselves as a human family, the viewers will witness both their human sides and the humans' inhuman sides. Can Seoul be a safe place for them?

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Friday, October 20, 2006

YouTube Sucks

Alright everyone, due to YouTube recent rampage, deleting and suspending Asian Dramas and uploaders many of the dramas I have on here are now gone. Therefore, this site needs to be heavily revised and sorted through. This will also take a long time to do. I'm very busy at the moment with my internship so I don't have a lot of time right now. I'm also desperately watching as many Asian dramas as I can on YouTube before they all get deleted. So as of now this is a bit outdated, but I will rectify that fact as soon as I possibly can. If there is anyone who wants to help me, I would be more than glad to have a partner to help run this site. Especially now that we will need to start resorting to DailyMotion to watch these dramas soon. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Tiffiany Hargis


If you want to help out with the site. E-mail me at tiffiany_45@hotmail.com

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Lovers in Paris


Lovers in Paris (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Shin Woo Chul

Cast:
Kim Jung Eun - Kang Tae-young
Park Shin Yang - President Han Ki-joo
Lee Dong Gun - Yoon Soo-hyuk
Oh Joo Eun - Moon Yoon-ah

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 20

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006
Ep 6 (Download)
Ep 17 (Download)

Summary: This romantic drama is set in the romantic city of Paris, France. A weird twist of fate connects three people from completely different worlds to one place where they begin to develop feelings towards each other. At first none of them realize what they are getting themselves into, but as they get to know each other more and more their feelings toward each other begin to deepen...

This drama begins when Tae Young decides to go to Paris to work on writing a scenario that would truly capture the essence of this romanic and beautiful city of Paris. There she meets Gi Ju while working at a friend's stall and Soo Hyuk when her bicycle breaks down. Gi Ju asks her to act as his fiance so he could get the interest of a client he was meeting in Paris. While at a party hosted by this client something goes wrong to reveal the truth about their relationship. There they decide to call the whole thing quits and break up. They both go to Korea where fate pulls them back together.

Tae Young, Gi Ju and Soo Hyuk begin to develop friendships with Tae Young and end up feeling more feelings towards her than they initially thought. The thing about both of them having feelings towards one girl was that Gi Ju is Soo Hyuk's uncle and they had grown up like best friends since they were only about 7 years apart. Their feelings towards her slowly begin to be revealed causing heartache for all the people around them.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Rude Women


Rude Women (2006)
Korean Drama

Cast:
Yoo Ho Jung - Song Mi Joo
Im Ji Eun - Kim Eun Young
Jung Woong In - Jung Suk
Lee Ki Woo - Jang Woo Jin
Oh Ju Eun - Yang Da Rim
Sah Gang - Go Sang Mi

Genre: Drama

Episodes: 18

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Dec. 16, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: A story inspired by "Desperate Housewives", this is a korean version of it. Rude Woman (aka Outrageous Women) tells a story about Mi Joo, a divorcee who seek revenge on her ex-husband, Jung Suk, a surgeon who had remarried with his beautiful wife, Eun Young and their daughter Ha Na. Mi Joo then meets Rookie, a former baseball player who happened to be the owner of the house she rents in Korea upon her arrival after 10 years living in U.S with her son, Joon.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Snow White aka Taste Sweet Love


Snow White (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Lee Jae Sang

Cast:
Kim Jung Hwa - Ma Young Hee
Lee Wan - Han Sun Woo
Yeon Jung Hoon - Han Jin Woo
Oh Seung Hyun - Jang Hee Won
Jo Yoon Hee - Tsukihara Nako

Genre: Romatic Comedy

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Ma Young-hee has been in love with her best friend Han Jin-woo since the first time they met in high school. Han Jin-woo, on the other hand, does not see Ma Young-hee's love for him and blindly goes out with other girls in front of Ma Young-hee. On a trip to Japan, Young-hee meets a young man on the street who takes her back to his apartment since she is drunk. Young-hee accuses this man of raping her even though he didn't, but before she can rightfully press charges, he runs away as the government officials of Japan chase him down for an expired visa. Upon returning to Korea, Jin-woo stops by her apartment and introduces his younger brother, Han Sun-woo who just happens to be the young man she met in Japan. Jin-woo asks if Sun-woo may stay at her place, and Young-hee accepts out of love for Jin-woo. The story unfolds as a sudden high school classmate of Young-hee, Jang Hee-won begins to court Jin-woo.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Taiyou no Kisetsu


Taiyou no Kisetsu (2002)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Takizawa Hideaki
Ikewaki Chizuru
Okada Yoshinori
Matsumoto Rio

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 11

Playlist REMOVED

Summary: Hideaki Takizawa in the starring role of Tatsuya, a tormented college student who was once an all-around nice guy but now seems to be balancing a gigantic grudge on his shoulder. What the grudge is has yet to be revealed, although it likely has something to do with his father and the poverty that plagues his life.

For some unknown reason, he has taken to hanging around with the richest kid in school, basically a trusting, nice guy who Tatsuya is out to destroy. He feels an uncontrollable urge to deface the rich kid's new car and chase after his fiance. Complicating the plot further is Tatsuya's run-in with a young composer and pianist, who has a limp sustained in a car accident many years before. She, too, is rich, although Tatsuya does not know it yet. Stuck in a stifling home environment with her pianist mother who disdains her desire to compose, the obedient young woman begins to change after a chance meeting with Tatsuya, while he seems to regain some of his humanity in his interaction with her.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Orange Days


Orange Days (2004)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Tsumabuki Satoshi - Yuuki Kai
Shibasaki Kou - Hagio Sae

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 11

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Kai Yuuki is in his senior year at university studying social welfare psychology. At present, he is in the middle of job-hunting season. He is finding it difficult with no job offers so far. One day, he meets a girl who is playing violin in the campus. She is Sae Hagio. In marked contrast to her beautiful tone and attractive looks, her personality is somewhat impertinent. And to top it off, she communicates through very vulgar sign language. Four years ago, she lost the most important thing for a violinist - her hearing. As a result Sae closed off her inner self from the outside world. Kai finds himself on a date with Sae, in place of his best friend. Unexpectedly, he comes into contact with Sae's private side. Love, job-hunting, friendship... Setting a campus in spring as a dorama`s backdrop, it's the start of a glittering youth drama.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Kou Kou Kyoushi 2003


Kou Kou Kyoushi 2003 (2003)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Ueto Aya - Machida Hina
Fujiki Naohito - Koga Ikumi
Sonim - Kudo Beniko

Genre: Romantic Drama

Episodes: 11

Playlist Currently Uploading PUBLICALLY as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Hina, a student at Nikko High School, goes out one evening with her classmate Beniko. They get split up and Hina ends up in a strange meeting with a man named Ikumi in a game arcade. The next day, Ikumi turns up as the new teacher at her school. Ikumi doesn't seem to recognise Hina but the wheels of fate are slowly moving to reunite them in what is a passionate story of forbidden love.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Kisarazu Cat's Eye


Kisarazu Cat's Eye (2002)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Okada Junichi - Bussan
Sakurai Sho - Bambi
Okada Yoshinori - Ucchie
Sato Ryuta - Master
Tsukamoto Takashi - Ani
Sakai Wakana - Mouko

Genre: Comedy

Episodes: 9

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Twenty-one year old former high school baseball player, Kohei, learns that he is dying from cancer. He is told that he only has six months to live, and decides that he wants to do something daring and risky. He proposes to five trusted members from his former baseball club that they form a ring of cat burglars that would steal from those who commit crimes. His friends think it odd, but feel they cannot turn down a dying man's request. With only six months, how much could they do anyway?

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Kimi wa Petto


Kimi wa Petto (2003)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Koyuki - Iwaya Sumire
Matsumoto Jun - "Momo" Goda Takeshi
Tanabe Seiichi - Hasumi Shigehito
Sakai Wakana - Fukushima Shiori

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 10

Playlist Currently Uploading PRIVATELY as of Oct. 15, 2006

Playlist 2 COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Nov. 3rd

Playlist 3

Summary
: After a terrible day at work and a bad break up, Iwaya Sumire returns home sad, depressed, and most of all lonely. However, at the front of the apartment she finds an unconscious young man lying in a cardboard box. Feeling sorry for him, she takes him into her home and nurses him back to health. As the young man gets better he begins to like her place and resolves not to leave her. In fact, he even professes that he'll do anything she wanted if she allowed him to stay. Sumire looked over at the picture of her golden retriever that she had when she was a child and jokingly said to him, "You can stay if you become my pet."

To her surprise, he agrees. She names him Momo.


~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Ace Wo Nerae


Ace Wo Nerae (2001)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Ueto Aya - Oka Hiromi
Matsumoto Rio - Ryuuzaki Reika
Uchino Masaaki - Munakata Jin
Yoshizawa Yuu - Todo Takayuki

Genre: Sport, Drama

Episodes: 9

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Hiromi Oka decides to join the high school tennis club from the moment she saw the star player Reika's excellent and smashing play. However, once the tennis lesson began, Hiromi finds herself bored in the succession of simple practice swings. One day, Munakata becomes appointed as the new head coach of the tennis team. His special training was nothing but original, extreme, and severe. In addition, he suddenly chose Hiromi, a tennis beginner, to be the member of the up coming tennis tournament Not only Hiromi, but also her teammates become confused and take the odd situation unfair. Jealousy of her friends and teammates mounted, and they started to talk behind her back. Finally, Hiromi decides to leave the team and run away from the uncomfortable reality, but the coach strongly refused. Instead, he gave her an even more severe and personalized training.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

H2


H2 (2005)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Yamada Takayuki - Kunimi Hiro
Ishihara Satomi - Koga Haruka
Tanaka Koutaro - Tachibana Hideo
Ichikawa Yui - Amamiya Hikari

Genre: Sport, Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 11

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Hiro Kunimi was an ace pitcher in junior high school,until he was diagnosed by a doctor as having a "glass elbow". He gave up baseball and joined Senkawa Senior High School's soccer team. But then something happens that reignites his passion for baseball and he joins a baseball team managed by Haruka Koga. And he finds himself in a match against his old friend/rival Hideo Tachibana who has advanced to Meiwa No.1 High School. The meeting of the two is observed by Hideo's girlfriend Hikari Amamiya, who is also Hiro's childhood friend. Meanwhile, Haruka finds herself increasingly drawn towards Hiro, despite his being interested only in baseball. It's a story about high school students who dream of appearing at Koushien baseball tournament and young love.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

The Champion


The Champion (2004)
Taiwanese/Singaporean Drama

Cast:
Yan Xing Shu - Wu Zhenkang
Fiona Xie - Lu Kaixin
Jeanette Aw - Guo Jingwen
Felicia Chen - Wang Tong
Zhao Hong Qiao - He Yilin
Qi Yuwu - Lu Kawei

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 21

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: "The Champion" deals with two plots in the same time. First, it tells the story of the female swimming team Fei Yu which fights with the arrogant Flying Fish. Starting with a very low potential, Fei Yu improves step by step thanks to their new and very strict coach Wu Zhenkang. The team is composed of Lu Kaixin, Guo Jingwen, Wang Tong and He Yilin. Family and friends surround them especially Kaixin's brother Kaiwei.

We also get much deeper in the life of one of the Fei Yu swimmers: Jingwen the "tardy queen". Due to a difficult family life, Jingwen can not always reach her swimming commitments as well as her family ones. However, she is a courageaous girl and she always tries to do her best. She will also fall in love but Jingwen will hesitate a long time between Kaiwei and Zhenkang

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Ireland


Ireland (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Kim Jin Man

Cast:
Lee Na Young - Lee Joong Ah
Hyun Bin - Kang Gook
Kim Min Joon - Lee Jae Bok
Kim Min Jung - Han Shi Yeon

Genre: Drama

Episodes: 16

Playlist Currently Uploading PRIVATELY as of Nov. 23, 2006

Summary: A westernized Irish adoptee, Joong-Ah inevitably flies back to Korea to confront her past and to see the country she is really from, only to fall in love with her brother, Jae-Bok. Their love is painful, as they are never meant to be together as lovers, but merely as brother and sister. The show’s message is that there is no such thing as noble innocent love and that love is adversity itself. Therefore, love mustn’t be impeded by so-called "destiny" or family, no matter how ironic or difficult the case may seem. Although destiny is cruel and arduous, the two young lovers radiate pure happiness. The show describes how love survives the tragic bondage of family, destiny and romance.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Bad Family


Bad Family (2006)
Korean Drama

Director: Yoo In Shik

Cast:
Lee Young Yoo - Baek Na Rim
Nam Sang Mi - Kim Yang Ah
Kim Hee Chul - Gong Min
Hyun Young - Ha Bu Kyung
Park Jin Woo - Ha Tae Kyung

Genre: Comedy, Family

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE

Summary: Na Rim is the youngest child of an affluent family. Na Rim and her family are about to go on a family trip when an employee from the family company shows up who has apparently done something wrong. He begs for forgiveness but Na Rim's father refuses. The family leaves but the employee (assistant CEO) follows in his own car, leading to a car accident where everyone in the car dies, except for Na Rim. Na Rim's surviving uncle begins to suspect that the assistant CEO of the company is responsible for the death of his family, but the only one alive to tell what happened is Na Rim, who suffers from amnesia. In order to restore her memory, the uncle hires Oh Dal Gun, an ex-gangster, to create a 'similar family' for Na Rim. If Na Rim is happy then the chances of her getting her memory back are higher.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Alone in Love


Alone in Love (2006)
Korean Drama

Director: Han Ji Seung

Cast:
Kam Woo Sung - Lee Dong Jin
Son Yeh Jin - Yoo Eun Ho
Lee Ha Na - Yoo Ji Ho

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Yoon Eun-ho is a cheerful, tomboyish swimming instructor who rekindles her relationship with her ex-husband (Lee Dong Jin, an easy going book master) years after their divorce.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Under the Canopy of Love


Under the Canopy of Love (2006)
Taiwanese Drama

Cast:
Kevin Cheng
Niki Chow
Bosco Wong

Episodes: 20

Playlist USER SUSPENDED

Magic


Magic (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Hong Chang Wuk, Ko Gyeong Hee

Cast:
Kang Dong Won - Cha Kang Jae
Kim Hyo Jin - Yoon Dan Young
Uhm Ji Won - Ha Yun Jin

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Love is the most splendid ‘MAGIC’ in the world. This is a story about a young magician who has great ambition but has nothing.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Hana Yori Dango


Hana Yori Dango (2005)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Inoue Mao - Makino Tsukushi
Matsumoto Jun - Domyoji Tsukasa
Oguri Shun - Hanazawa Rui
Matsuda Shota - Nishikado Sojiro
Abe Tsuyoshi - Mimasaka Akira

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 9

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Nov. 5, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Tsukushi is a new student at Eitoku Gakuen - an exclusive school attended by rich families' children. Being poor, she is always bullied and sabotaged by her schoolmates. Things become worse when she crosses the path of F4 (a group comprises of the 4 richest guys). And along the way, she makes friend with Rui, a person who has helped her often, and falls in love with him. Shortly after, her head rival, Tsukasa, also reveals that he likes her. This turn-around situation puts Tsukushi in a very difficult position as she doesn't know what to do.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Stairway to Heaven


Stairway to Heaven (2003)
Korean Drama

Director: Lee Jang Soo

Cast:
Kwon Sang Woo - Cha Song Ju
Choi Ji Woo - Han Jung Suh
Kim Tae Hee - Han Yu Ri
Shin Hyun Joon - Han Tae Hwa

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 20

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 15, 2006

Playlist 2

Playlist 3

Summary
: Jung-suh and Song-joo grew up together. They were always there for each other. Tragedy begins when Song Joo begins his studies overseas without Jung-suh. Jung-suh's father remarries Tae Mira. Mira takes in her two children from a previous marriage, Tae-hwa and Yuri. Yuri is envious of the life that Jung-suh leads and is determined to take everything away from her, including Song-joo. Tae-hwa begins to develop feelings for his stepsister, however Jung-suh still loves Song-joo. Five years later, tragedy occurs when Jung-suh gets into a car accident causing her to lose her memory. Together with Tae-hwa, they start anew. Song-joo is led to believe that she is dead. However, when they meet again one day, he is determined to remind her of the love they had for one another. When fate finally seemed to be on their side, Jung-suh is diagnosed with eye cancer.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

I'm Sorry, I Love You


I'm Sorry, I Love You (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Lee Hyung Min

Cast:
So Ji Sup - Cha Moo Hyuk
Im Su Jung - Song Eun Chae
Jung Kyung Ho - Choi Yune
Suh Ji Young - Kang Min Joo
Choi Yeo Jin - Moon Ji Young

Genre: Romance, Tragedy

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUPLIC as of Dec. 2, 2006

Summary: Cha Moo Hyuk was adopted by an Australian family, but was abused and left home at an early age. Growing up on the streets, he meets all sorts of people until one day he comes upon Song Eun Chae. Eun Chae is the coordinator for Choi Yune, a famous singer in Korea whom she secretly loves. Her fateful encounter with Moo Hyuk ends up affecting not only her life but that of her precious Yune's as well.

Moo Hyuk's path takes him to Korea, on a road that leads to revenge. He's filled with anger and hurt about his birth mother, but also feels love and happiness with someone he didn't expect to love. Although he wreaks havoc on the lives of those around him, he wishes with all his heart someone would stop him.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Tree of Heaven


Tree of Heaven (2006)
Korean Drama

Director: Lee Jang Soo

Cast:
Lee Wan - Yoon Suh
Park Shin Hye - Hana
Asami Reina - Maya
Uchida Asahi - Fujiwara Ryu

Genre: Drama

Episodes: 10

Playlist eps. 7-10 of Oct. 28, 2oo6

Playlist 2

Summary
: Hana is a bright young girl who lost her father at a young age. When her mother returns to Japan, she comes with her new Korean husband and his son Yunsuh. Yunsuh’s mother died during his 10th birthday and after her death, he becomes autistic. While Hana is fond of her new step-brother, he wants nothing to do with her. When their parents leave on their honeymoon, Hana’s mother leaves the children with her deceased husband’s sister who will manage their inn during the trip. While they are gone, the aunt and her daughter Maya abuse Hana and make plans to sell the inn in order to pay for gambling debts and college. Despite all of this, Hana finds comfort in her brother who begins to open up to her and eventually speaks after Yunsuh's Birthday. As they start to have feelings for one another, Hana is afraid to love him. She soon leaves with 'sunbeh ryu' who also likes her. Later on, Maya gets jealous, and decides to make Hana's life even more miserable.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Delicious Proposal


Delicious Proposal (2001)
Korean Drama

Director: Park Sung Soo

Cast:
Jung Joon - Kim Hyo Dong
Son Yeh Jin - Jang Hee Ae
Soh Yoo Jin - Ma Shi Nae
So Ji Sup - Jang Hee Moon

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 16

Playlist USER SUSPENDED

Summary: Hyo-dong, the son of a struggling chinese restaurant ower, falls in love with Hee-ae, who unbeknownst to Hyo-dong is the daughter of a ruthless rival who is out to destroy his father's restaurant. Hyo-dong and Hee-ae are in the same cooking class as Shin-ae, a poor girl who dreams of owning a successful restaurant despite having a tough life.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Byakuyakou


Byakuyakou (2006)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Yamada Takayuki - Kirihara Ryouji
Izumisawa Yuuki - Kirihara Ryouji
Watabe Atsuro - Matsuura Isamu
Kashiwabara Takashi - Shinozuka Kazunari

Genre: Suspense, Drama

Episodes: 11

Playlist USER SUSPENDED

Summary: Loving you was the crime, and not being able to meet you is the punishment . . . A young boy kills the father in order to protect the first girl he's ever loved, causing the girl to kill the mother in order to protect the boy. It's been 14 years since then and the boy that gave up everything and the girl that waged her life on the boy are struggling to continue to love each other. If you can't call that love, then what can you call it? The cruel, lonely, and pure tale of two spirits.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Great Inheritance


Great Inheritance (2006)
Korean Drama

Cast:
Han Ji Min - Mirae Yu
Kim Jae Won - Hyunseh Kang
Kim Ji Hoon - Shiwan Choi
Lee Mi Sook - Ara Go
Jung Tae Woo - Nalchi

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 17

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 15, 2006

Summary: Kang Hyunseh grew up without knowing his father, who is the CEO of a large construction company. Due to the lack of fatherly love, he was recruited by a gang and became a third rate mobster. After his mother's death, he inherits a kindergarden, but he must go through a hundred days of training in order to get it, so he becomes an assistant teacher under a kindergarden teacher Yu Mirae and they develop romantic feelings for one another. However, the property it sits on is in the middle of an amusement park production, called "Rainbow Park", which is in charge by Hyunseh's father who Hyunseh dispises extremely. Hyunseh's boss needs the money from the construction company so he is manipulating Hyunseh's hatred towards his father and threatens Hyunseh's father with the kindergarden Hyunseh has. Little does Hyunseh know that Choi Shiwan (one of the managers who work for Hyunseh's father), who is the ex-boyfriend of Yu Mirae, struck a dirty deal with Hyunseh's boss and is trying to outscore everyone.

Produced by the same production team as My Girl and Delightful Girl Chung Hoon.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


Saturday, October 14, 2006

Love Letter


Love Letter (2003)
Korean Drama

Director: Oh Kyung Hoon

Cast:
Soo Ae - Cho Eun Ha
Jo Hyun Jae - Lee Woo Jin
Ji Jin Hee - Jung Woo Jin

Genre: Romance, Drama

Episodes: 16

Playlist REMOVED as of Dec. 16, 2006

Summary: As a young "orphan", Lee Woo Jin received horrible treatment while growing up under his aunt (father's sister). When his uncle (mother's brother) comes back from Italy, his uncle takes him from his unhappy life. Growing up under a priest uncle in a cathedral, Lee Woo Jin secretly wishes of being a priest. Years later, Cho Eun Ha comes to live in the cathedral orphanage. Although at first Cho Eun Ha refused to become friends with him, the two become the best of friends throughout their high school years. In college, they move out of the cathedral into a small home in the city, where they help eachother out. Although Cho Eun Ha loves Jo, she hides her feeings from Jo because he wants to become a priest. In the midst, Jo gets to know Jung Woo Jin, a rebellious guy who fell for Cho Eun Ha long ago. As Ji tries really hard to fit into Jo and Soo Aeh's close relationship, feelings become revealed. Through this all, Jo encounters an emotional dilemma between his dream and his feelings of love.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Sang Doo, Let's Go to School


Sang Doo, Let's Go to School (2003)
Korean Drama

Cast:
Bi/ Rain - Cha Sang Doo
Gong Hyo Jin - Chae Eun Hwan
Lee Dong Gun - Kang Min Suk
Hong Su Hyun - Han Se Ra

Genre: Romance, Drama

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 14, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Growing up as the best of friends, Cha Sang Doo and Chae Eun Hwan make lots of lasting memories during their shortened high school years. When Gong's family goes into bankruptcy, debtors rush into their house to grab all of her family's belongings away. When somebody takes her fathers old record player that she really loves, Sangdoo goes after the guy. In a physical fight, the man falls off the bridge and enters a coma. Gong, not knowing this, runs away from the town. Cha Sang Doo goes to jail, returning to find out that his family and Gong have left him. Years later, he becomes a gigolo (with his uncle) in order to raise the hospital bills for his sick daughter (Hong claims that Bori is his daughter). Eventually, he meets his long-lost first-love, Gong as a high school math teacher. In an effort to never lose her again, he returns as a high school student (to finish his last years of high school) and gets placed in Gong's class. In numerous funny yet heart-touching moments, Sangdoo vows never to become a gigolo again. Yet, his past deeds have caught up with him, and he is soon sought after by the police. Gong's boyfriend, Kang Min Suk, also does not want to let go of Gong. First love is something beautiful yet painful to these two lovers, who have reunited after ten years to find out that everything is not the same anymore.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

All In


All In (2003)
Korean Drama

Director: Yoo Chul Yong

Cast:
Lee Byung Hun - Kim In Ha
Song Hye Gyo - Min Soo Yeon
Ji Sung - Choi Jung Won
Park Sol Mi - Suh Jin Hee

Genre: Romance, Crime

Episodes: 24

Playlist Currently Uploading PRIVATELY as of Oct. 26, 2006

Summary: As a kid, all Kim In Ha ever did was follow his uncle around and help him cheat in gambling. As a high school student, he hangs out with his friends at the basement of a theater. When he gets to know Choi Jeong Won, a model student and also the son of a very rich family, In Ha tries to tempt him into doing mischevious deeds. Min Soo Yeon is the daughter of a theater worker who becomes orphaned when her father dies. In part of revenge of their friend's injury and Soo Yeon's father's death, In Ha and Jeong Won set up a murderous fire. In Ha serves nearly ten years, and works as a casino security personnel with Yoo Jong Goo after release. Jeong Won, who got excused from the crime, comes back from the US to work at the casino. Soo Yeon, who studied to become a nun, gives up her dream but in turn, she becomes a casino dealer at the same casino. The three meet again, and In Ha and Soo Yeon fall in love. When danger lurks In Ha, he runs away to the US, leaving Soo Yeon behind. They eventually meet again in Las Vegas, but become separated again when Soo Yeon thinks that In Ha is killed. Jeong Won, thereafter tries to win Soo Yeon's love, knowing that In Ha is still alive. In Ha returns to Korea as a millionaire gambler also gambling for Soo Yeon's love. The fierce competition in the casino world is thoroughly seen through this drama, as the ambitions of two men clash with each other: for money, success, and even women.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

One Fine Day


One Fine Day (2006)
Korean Drama

Cast:
Sung Yu Ri - Seo Haneul
Gong Yoo - Seo Gun
Lee Yeon Hee - Goo Hyo Ju
Nam Gong Min - Kim Dong Ho

Genre: Romance, Drama

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 27, 2006

Playlist 2 (ep 10 - 16)

Summary
: After Seo Haneul lost her mother in a fire, she was later adopted by a wealthy family and experienced a life of many twists and turns. Seo Gun's father had married an unwed mother, thus making Seo Haneul his sister in the eyes of the law. After their parents passed away, Seo Haneul was adopted by a wealthy chairman of a large organization who has also became a gangster. Upon using Haneul to extort money, Seo Gun and Haneul slowly fall in love with each other.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Attack no.1


Attack no.1 (2005)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Ueto Aya - Ayuhara Kozue
Sakai Ayana - Hayakawa Midori
Morita Ayaka - Ishimatsu Mari
Ootomo Minami - Oonuma Miyuki
Kubota Maki - Nakahara Junko
Takahashi Arisa - Baba Chitose

Genre: Sport, Drama

Episodes: 11

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Dec. 16, 2006

Summary: What does it take to become the ultimate volleyball player? The smash hit manga spikes its way onto the TV screen for the first time!

A smash hit manga spikes its way onto the TV screen for the first time! Kozue, a positive and cheerful high school girl devotes her entire energy toward her school volleyball team. Extremely severe practices designed by the strict head coach Inokuma, highly competitive matches against the toughest top players, friendships and rivalry among teammates with strong characters…. Can Kozue’s genuine love toward volleyball make the impossible come true?

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Last Christmas


Last Christmas (2004)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Oda Yuji - Haruki Kenji
Yada Akiko - Aoi Yuki
Tamaki Hiroshi - Higaki Naoya
Katase Nana - Fujisawa Ritsuko

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 11

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 11, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Haruki Kenji is the manager of the Winter Sports section of a large sporting goods company. On a ski trip in New Zealand with his friend Shintani Goro (who is also his boss) and Shintani's new secretary, Aoi Yuki. Upon returning to Japan he finds that he has a new neighbor in the apartment next to his. It is Aoi.

While watching the movers he sees a photograph drop from new girl's luggage. Looking at the photo he sees it is a picture of a group from a female bicycle gang and upon looking closer he sees it is a picture of Aoi. Haruki finds her putting on a fa├žade and fooling everyone at work with her nice girl persona. But at home she is anything but nice, dating lots of men and using them to get what she wants.

This continues until one day Aoi comes home drunk and without her keys. Kenji lets her into her room via the door connecting their apartments. Aoi accidentally drops a video tape into Haruki's apartment. When he discovers the tape he watches it. On it Aoi has recorded a message to herself. Seeing this serious message, Haruki begins to view Aoi in a completely different light.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

1% of Anything


1% of Anything (2003)
Korean Drama

Director: Jang Geun Su

Cast:
Kim Jung Hwa - Kim Da Hyun
Kang Dong Won - Lee Jae In
Han Hae Jin - Jung Hyun Jin
Lee Byung Ook - Min Tae-ha

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 26

Playlist REMOVED by User as of Oct. 28, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Kim Da Hyun is a young and sincere middle school teacher, who has little interest in money. She is also extremely warm-hearted and loves to help other people. When she helps carry an elderly man's belongings from the train to another location, the elderly man is extremely thankful. This grandfather turns out to be the extremely rich owner of a group of companies. His grandson, Lee Jae In is a quick-tempered businessman who rivals his grandfather, but in an almost comical way. In an order to "tame" his favorite grandson, the grandfather agrees to give his entire fortune to the person who marries Kim Da Hyun, therefore forcing Kang to meet the girl whom his grandfather chose. Although at first Kim and Kang don't get along because of Kang's extremely cute but bad temper, their arguments bring them closer together. Kang starts to get jealous when Kim's fellow teacher starts liking her too. Through the clever conditions that Kang's grandfather makes, Kang starts a relationship he does not look forward too. However, what looked like a relationship that would 99% not work out, turns out to be the "perfect" match, the 1% chance.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Stained Glass


Stained Glass (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Lee Chang Soon

Cast:
Kim Ha Neul - Shin Ji Soo
Lee Dong Gun - Han Dong Joo
Kim Sung Soo - Park Gi Tae

Genre: Romance

Episodes: 18

Playlist Currently Uploading PUBLICALLY as of Oct. 14, 2006

Summary: During their childhood, Dong-ju and Ki-tae are both abandoned by their real parents. In the orphanage, they become best friends. Ji-su transfers to the school, where Dong-ju and Ki-tae attended there. But at the same time, they both fall in love with her. While trying to get the ocarina, Dong-ju is caught in the river and is presumed drowned. A Japanese couple adopted him after he was being drowned in the river. Ki-tae takes Dong-ju's place in Ji-su's affections and later become a couple. Twelve years later, Dong-ju returns to Korea as a Japanese gentleman, but his feelings for Ji-su begin to develop and his friendship with Ki-tae begin to unravel.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Princess Lulu


Princess Lulu (2005)
Korean Drama

Director: Son Jung Hyun, Park Hyung Ki

Cast:
Kim Jung Eun - Go Hee Soo
Jung Joon Ho - Kang Woo Jin
Kim Heung Soo - Kim Chan Ho

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 20

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 12, 2006

Playlist 2

Playlist 3

Summary
: The rich-born girl Go Hee-soo treats Kim Chan-ho like her birth younger brother, with the playboy Kang Woo-jin who plays triangle relations part with the two. You will see the endless climaxes and love stories.

Go Hee-soo is the eldest granddaughter of the president of the biggest group KS in Korea. Raised by her grandpa, she is charming and elegant. However, she feels regret that she has lost her birth mom who passed away when she bore Hee-soo. One day she meets Woo-jin who has just cames back after study from UK. She is attracted by the carefree Kang Woo-jin as he shows her a world she never know. But Chan-ho, a very good friend of Kang Woo-jin, grews up with Hee-soo and never regard her as elder sister. This triangle relationship make the three people in endless complex love problem.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


The Hospital


The Hospital (2006)
Taiwanese Drama

Director: Tsai Yueh Hsun

Cast:
Jerry Yan - Su Yi Hua
Leon Dai - Qiu Qing Cheng
Ng Man Tat - Tang Guo Tai
Gining Chang - Guan Xin

Genre: Romance, Drama

Episodes: 39

Playlist Currently Uploading PUBLICALLY as of Oct. 12, 2006

Summary: One morning, a very important person checked into the hospital. That person was President Liu's only daughter, Liu Xin Ping. She had developed acute leukemia. And for her ongoing chemotherapy, a Central IV line was to be implanted in the right atrium of her heart. Dr Su Yi-Hua was asked to perform this operation as he was a leading expert in the Central IV implantation.

However, a simple operation ignited a heated power struggle within the hospital. Liu Xin Ping's health became a triump card in which Dr. Tang Guo-Tai, head of sugery, and Dr. Xu Da-Ming, head of internal medicine, play to win the Hospital Director position. When Dr. Tang found out that his arch rival Dr. Xu appointed Dr. Su to perform the surgery, he was concerned that Dr. Xu's cancer treatment for the President's daughter would grab the spotlight and impact his chance to be the next hospital director. So on the eve of the surgery, he utilized his power as the head of surgery and replaced Dr. Su with Dr. Qiu Qing-Cheng, who was one of his people and far less experienced in the type of operation.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

One Missed Call aka Chakushin Ari


One Missed Call (2005)
Japanese Drama

Cast:
Kikukawa Rei - Yumi
Ishiguro Ken
Tsuda Kanji
Masu Takeshi
Yamashita Shinji
Sato Chiaki
Watanabe Ikkei

Genre: Horror, Mystery

Episodes: 10

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 12, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: A remake of the 2004 hit horror movie of the same name, Chakushin Ari (One Missed Call) in which the "message of death" is spread throughout the city via cellphones.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Bodyguard


Bodyguard (2003)
Korean Drama

Cast:
Cha Seung Won - Hong Kyung Tak
Lim Eun Kyeong - Na Young
Han Go Eun - Park Yu Jin

Genre: Romance, Action

Episodes: 22

Playlist COMPLETE and PRIVATE as of Oct. 12, 2006 (Missing sections of eps 16, 17, 21)
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Summary: Since Kyung-Tak was forced to retire from his military services due to the fault of his superior, he is jobless and tries to make a living helping out at his parent's restaurant. As luck would have it, he saves the client of bodyguard Yu-jin, during his attempt to find a new job, causing him to be employed by a security company. Kyung-tak's life is headed for further changes as Na Young moves into town with her grandmother and becomes a friend of his younger sister Kyung-mi...

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Chinese Paladin


Chinese Paladin (2004)
Taiwanese Drama

Cast:
Hu Ge - Li Xiao Yao
Crystal Liu - Zhao Ling Er
An Yi Xuan - Lin Yue Ru
Eddie Peng - Tang Yu
Esther Liu - Ah Nu

Genre: Action, Fantasy, Romance

Episodes: 34

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 12, 2006

Summary: Li Xiao Yao, a "Stinky Punk", journeys to Dream Island to find a cure for his sick aunt. There he meets and marries the love of his life Ling'Er. On his way back home with the cure, he discovers that he's been tricked by the Lunar Sect Cult so that they can kidnap Ling'Er.

He awakens in his bed, having forgotten his entire trip to Dream Island but having saved his aunt. He rescues Ling'Er from the Lunar Sect Cult and is in turn rescued by a mysterious stranger who teaches him kung fu. Xiao Yao and Ling'Er travel to the capital to meet her father.

Along the way, they meet various people, get harassed by the Lunar Sect Cult, discover both of their histories, save the world and fall in love with each other all over again. It starts off sweet and light hearted but ends with plenty of tears.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Which Star are you From


Which Star are you From (2006)
Korean Drama

Director: Pyo Min Su, Han Joo Suk

Cast:
Kim Rae Won - Choi Seung Hee
Jung Ryu Won - Lee Hye-soo
Kang Jung Hwa - Yoon Mi Hyun
Park Shi Hoo - Han Jung Hoon

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Episodes: 16

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 11, 2006

Playlist 2

Summary
: Sueng Hui is a director who was deeply in love with Hae Soo. Even though her family was opposed to Sueng Hui, Hae Soo still wanted to marry Sueng Hui. As he is proposing marriage to her in the car, they end up getting into a car accident resulting in Hae Soo's death. The drama takes place 3 years after Hae Soo has passed away. Even after three years, Seung Hui's cannot seem to forget Hae Soo nor put his life back into order. Determined to forget Hae Soo, Sueng Hui takes a trip into the the rural areas of Korea. There, after declaring that he is going to move on with his life and forget about his girlfriend, he goes into town where he sees a girl (Bok Shil) that looks just like his past girlfriend. The resemblence is so startling that he can't help but stare at her and ends up following her. They eventually end up spending a few days together but after parting, end up meeting again when Bok Shil comes to Seoul and ends up working with Sueng Hui.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~


What Happened in Bali


What Happened in Bali (2004)
Korean Drama

Director: Choi Moon Suk

Cast:
Ha Ji Won - Lee Soo Jung
Jo In Sung - Jung Jae Min
So Ji Sup - Kang In Wook
Park Ye Jin - Choi Young Joo

Genre: Drama

Episodes: 20

Playlist COMPLETE and PUBLIC as of Oct. 11, 2006

Summary: Lee Soo-jung is a travel agent who is seeking her good luck in Bali after a harsh and unforgiving childhood. She meets Jae-min, Kang In-wook, and Young-joo in Bali, three seemingly perfect people entangled in a triangle of love. When Lee Soo-jung finds herself back in Seoul, her desire for success leads her to seek Jae-min for a job, unwittingly setting off a course of events that further complicate the love triangle.

~All information taken from DramaWiki~