90 Days, Time to Love their love...as deep as the ocean

90 Days, Time to Love is a Korean drama that aired on MBC from November 2006 to January 2007. 90 Days, Time to Love their love...as deep as the ocean

90 Days, Time For Love
Airing Date: Novt 15 '2006 (MBC Wed/ Thu Drama)
Number of Episodes: 16
Broadcasting Company: MBC

Hyeon Ji-seok (a professor) and Ko Mi-yeon (a screenwriter), high school sweethearts, discover that they are cousins. They break up, but find themselves attracted to one other once again when they meet in Seoul. They decide to abandon everything else and leave for America so that they can get married. However, Ji-seok's father finds out and runs in front of a truck, committing suicide, so that his son doesn't go. Their visas had just been issued, but Ji-seok cannot marry Mi-yeon knowing that it was the cause of his father's death. He abandons Mi-yeon and marries Park Jeong-ran, the daughter of his father's business rival, who is in love with him. They have a daughter, but their marriage is loveless. Ko Mi-yeon goes on to marry another. When Hyeon Ji-seok learns that he is terminally ill and has only 90 days left to live, he looks for Ko Mi-yeon and asks her to spend the last few days of his life with him.
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Chilling Romance upcoming korean romance movie

Actress Son Ye-jin and Actor Lee Min-ki will act together in the upcoming Romance (Movie) movie‘Chilling Romance’ Chilling Romance upcoming korean romance movie

Movie "Chilling Romance" (directed by Hwang In-ho) is about the romance between a girl who tries to block herself from the world due to her ability of seeing ghosts, and a guy who wants to protect that girl.

Son Ye-jin was positive to be in this movie even during this stage because she loved the script, and Lee Min-ki was recently casted for main actor; they are facing the shooting for this movie.

Son Ye-ji showed off her charm as the queen of romantic comedy in ‘Personal Preference’, with Lee Min-ho. Lee Min-ki is shooting th new 10,000,000 dollar blockbuster ‘Quick’ after last year’s ‘Haeundae’.

From a young age a woman (played by Son Ye-Jin) sees ghosts and because of this unexpected things occur to people around her. The woman then isolates herself from the outside world. A man (played by Lee Min-Ki) wants to protect her ...
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Ghost: In Your Arms Again a remake of the 1990 American film Ghost.

Ghost: In Your Arms Again (Gōsuto Mouichido Dakishimetai?) is a 2010 Japanese romantic fantasy drama film starring Nanako Matsushima, Song Seung-heon, Mana Ashida and Kirin Kiki. It is a remake of the 1990 American film Ghost. Ghost: In Your Arms Again a remake of the 1990 American film Ghost

Nanami Hoshino (Nanako Matsushima), a wealthy entrepreneur, marries Korean potter Kim Jun-ho (Song Seung-heon), and they both live a seemingly happy life. Then, one year after their marriage, Nanami is killed by a biker on her way home. This tragedy leaves Jun-ho completely devastated. At the hospital, Nanami's ghost arises from her body, and upon meeting a ghost child (Mana Ashida), she realizes that she is a ghost whose presence cannot be seen. She then realizes that her death was no coincidence and Jin-ho is in imminent danger. Unable to communicate with normal humans, Nanami seeks help from the elderly psychic Unten (Kirin Kiki) in hopes of saving Jin-ho's life.
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Rainbow Song love need courage

Rainbow Song (Niji no Megami?) is a 2006 Japanese film by director Naoto Kumazawa and produced by Shunji Iwai (who also co-wrote the screenplay under pseudonym Aminosan). Kumazawa had worked with Iwai before, having directed the making-of documentary for Swallowtail Butterfly. Rainbow Song love need courage

Tomoya Kishida (Hayato Ichihara) is working as a staffer in a television studio when he hears about the death of his close friend, Aoi Sato (Juri Ueno). This sparks his recollection of the events in life they shared from meeting at a record store, shooting a short film as part of their university film club, to saying their last goodbyes. Though in love with each other, neither had the courage to confess their feelings before it was too late
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Romantic Heaven an omnibus human comedy

An omnibus human comedy about people who die and must part with the world, including a taxi driver who goes to heaven during an important part of his life. Romantic Heaven an omnibus human comedy 

Release date in South Korea: March 24, 2011

Cast: Kim Soo Ro, Kim Dong Wook, Lee Son Jae, Yoo Sun, Kim Ji Won, Shim Eun Kyung, Kim Mu Yeol, Chae Geon, Im Woon Hee, Seo Joo Ae

"Romantic Heaven" tells the stories of various people who cross paths in a hospital. A lawyer (Kim Su-Ro) who mourns the loss of his wife, a tax driver (Kim Dong-Wook) taking care of his grandparent with Alzheimer’s and a woman (Kim Ji-Won) looking for a bone marrow donor for her mother ...

There are 3 stories in this movie
1. Min Gyu who let his beloved wife go first
This is about a man who losses his wife. The red bag which his wife kept hugging until her last breath were also gone. So, Min Gyu feels really empty because there’s nothing that can make him remember his wife. But it feels that his whife is still here, somewhere. So he decided to find the red bag that fill with the memories of his wife

2. Mimi who finds her cancer patient mom’s last hope
Mimi and her mom find out that her mom has cancer and she needs bone marrow. Mimi finds one, but the her mom’s and donor’s bone marrow are not really match. The percentage is only 0,001. But Mimi still looks for the donor who is also a suspect for a murderer

3. Ji Wook who meet his grandfather’s everlasting first love
Ji Wook hates his grandfhather because he forgot everything, even his own wife (Ji Wook’s grandmother). But somehow, his grandfather still remembers his first love’s name and Ji Wook feels a little bit sorry for that. One day, Ji Wook meets his grandfather’s first love accidentally and he wants to grant his grandfather’s wish to meet his first love for the last time
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Miss Ripley Korean Drama | Synopsis | Korean Drama 2011

Miss Ripley Korean Drama, Synopsis, Korean Drama 2011. Two very different men fall in love with Jang Mi Ri, a woman whose life is a complicated web of lies, propelled by her greedy desires that stem from an unfortunate childhood. Jang Myung Hoon is an ambitious hotelier who maintains perfect control of himself and his life, while Yutaka is the warm and gentle heir of a Korean-Japanese hotel conglomerate. Their love for Mi Ri and her tragic ambition eventually leads them down the path of destruction.

Miss Ripley Korean Drama, Synopsis, Korean Drama 2011. Ripley is inspired by infamous real case of Shn Jung Ah, a professor and curator at Dongguk University who with the help of her boyfriend forged her academic credentials.

In Ripley, Lee Da Hae is an orphan, adopted in Japan then came back to Korea and forged her academic credentials to get a job in a hotel.


Lee Da Hae as Jang Mi Ri
Park Ha Young as young Mi Ri
Kim Seung Woo as Jang Myung Hoon
Micky Yoochun as Yukata
Kang Hye Jung as Na Hee Joo

Extended Cast

Choi Myung Gil as Lee Hwa
Jang Yong
Kim Na Woon
Song Jae Ho
Kim Jung Tae
Hwang Ji Hyun
Lee Sang Yeob as Ha Chul Jin
Baek Bong Ki as as Deputy Manager Kim
Min Joon Hyun as Manager Han
Jung Da Bin

Based on the true story of Shin Jeong-Ah who once worked as a professor of art at Dongguk University and chief curator at Sungkok Art Museum. She was then elected as artistic co-director for the 2008 Gwangju Biennale (one of Korea's biggest art events). It was then revealed that Shin Jeong-Ah forged her college credentials (a bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas and a Ph.D. from Yale University) and was fired from her positions. Shin Jeong-Ah served 18 months in prison. She was also romantically linked to former presidential aide Byeon Yang-Kyoon, who helped Shin Jeong-Ah gain employment at Dongguk University.
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The Perfect Couple a romantic comedy movie

The Perfect Couple (Hangul: Choigang romaenseu; aka The Best Romance) is a 2007 South Korean film. The Perfect Couple a romantic comedy movie

While eating skewered tempura at a street vendor, young reporter Choi Soo-jin accidentally sticks the skewer into the side of a detective, Kang Jae-hyuk, who was chasing a suspected criminal. After this encounter, Soo-jin is told to work on a story about a detective, and the detective turns out to be Jae-hyuk. Soo-jin joins his crackdown on drug dealers, and the two start to fall in love.
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Sky of Love the intimate story of teenage love

Sky of Love (Koizora) is a 2007 romance and coming-of-age film directed by Natsuki Imai based on the novel of the same name by Mika. A loose adaptation of the novel, it stars Yui Aragaki and Haruma Miura as Mika and Hiro respectively, two high school students who fall in love and encounter many hardships including rape and miscarriage. Sky of Love the intimate story of teenage love

Filming for the movie took place on April 23, 2007. The movie debuted at #3 in theaters on November 3, 2007 with a box office of 3.9 billion yen and an audience of 3.1 million people upon its release.

During her freshman year in high school, Mika Tahara loses her cellular phone, but later finds it in the school library with the help of an unknown caller. Throughout the summer, Mika and the mysterious caller continue to communicate, and agree to meet each other once school starts again. The caller turns out to be Hiro, a delinquent-like boy Mika is initially afraid of, who shows proof of his identity as the caller with a photo of the sky on his cellular phone.

From her friends and through her first sexual encounter with Hiro, Mika learns that he had a girlfriend named Saki. Although Hiro reassures her that he broke up with her, Saki, who still is in love with Hiro, holds a vendetta against Mika and hires a group of men to rape her. The horrific encounter ends with Hiro and his older sister Minako punishing both the men and Saki, but not long after, someone writes a provocative message on all of the school chalkboards with Mika's name and phone number. Hiro continues to protect Mika from all of the bullying advances, but she assures him that she's not frightened anymore from being with him.

Mika later becomes pregnant after she and Hiro consummate in the school library. Hiro is thrilled by the news and both of them gain Hiro's parents' permission to raise the child together, although Mika's parents disapprove of the action. Despite this, Mika is determined to have the baby until the birth becomes a miscarriage due to the physical trauma received when Saki pushed her down a flight of stairs. Despaired, Mika and Hiro build a grave for their baby and promise each other to come visit the memorial on the day of the baby's death yearly.

Shortly after their second year in high school begins, Hiro begins to distance himself from Mika and breaks up with her. Although hurt, Mika meets a college student named Yū at a gōkon, who becomes sympathetic to her situation. The two date, and Yū even prevents Mika's parents from divorcing. On the day of the baby's death, Mika finds Hiro visiting the grave as per their promise. The next year, she continues to move on from Hiro; however, on the day of the baby's death, Mika finds Nozomu at the grave. Nozomu reveals the truth about Hiro's sickly situation, and that he was asked by Hiro himself to watch over Mika.

Mika breaks up with Yū and finds Hiro, diagnosed with cancer, awaiting death at the hospital. Upset that he pretended he didn't love her only to ensure she would have a happy future, she insists that only he can make her happy. Hiro eventually gives into his feelings and gets back together with her. Mika begins to visit the hospital daily, even taking an academic leave, to take care of Hiro, who slowly begins to show signs of recovery. Hiro's resolve to live becomes stronger until he dies during a check-up. Mika is saddened by Hiro's death and tries to commit suicide, but is stopped by a flock of birds flying towards her. She takes this as a sign of Hiro, in the sky, discouraging her from killing herself, and realizes through this and Hiro's journal that he would have wanted her to continue to live. Seven years later, she reflects on how her life had changed upon meeting Hiro, and that she is living happily with him and their baby in mind.
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Densha Otoko one of the most interesting real life stories

Densha Otoko (Train Man) is a Japanese movie, television series, manga, novel, and other media, all based on the purportedly true story of a 23-year-old otaku who intervened when a drunk man started to harass several women on a train. The otaku ultimately begins dating one of the women. Densha Otoko  one of the most interesting real life stories

The event, and the man's subsequent dates with the woman, who became known as "Hermès" (Erumesu), was chronicled on the Japanese mega-BBS 2channel. This led to the compilation of the relevant threads in a book, followed by several manga versions, a movie, a theatrical play later released as a DVD, and finally a TV series.

Densha Otoko is a popular example of the "nice guy" class of Japanese geeks who wish to lead normal lives, but are too shy to find a girlfriend, or speak openly anywhere but online.[citation needed] The television series uses a large number of computer-bound extras.

On March 14, 2004, at 9:55 p.m., an anonymous user posted in a 2channel thread for single men to talk about their woes. According to his account, he had been sitting next to a young woman on the train when a drunken man entered the car and began bothering the other passengers, most of whom were female. When the drunk began to badger a particular woman, the poster took the risk of telling the man to stop bothering the passengers. The two struggled for a short time while the other passengers used this distraction to summon the conductor, who took control of the situation.

Never having done such a thing in his life, the poster was amazed to find the woman thanking him deeply for saving her from harassment. The young woman requested his address, telling him that she wanted to express her appreciation for his act, before they parted ways. The poster, upon returning home, shared his experience with other posters in the thread and was eventually nicknamed "Densha Otoko" (Train_Man).

A few days later, Train_Man received a package from the woman: an expensive set of cups and saucers made by Hermès, a French luxury goods company. Flabbergasted, the man turned to the 2channelers for advice; he was soon convinced that the tea set was too expensive to be a mere thank-you gift. Following the advice and suggestions of the other posters, Train_Man eventually contacted the woman.

The man who wrote admitted things about himself, such as the fact that his number of years without girlfriends equalled his age, that he was an Akihabara nerd and an otaku, and that he had never been on a date. Because of this last fact, he consistently posted updates on his situation, asking for advice on everything from restaurant choices to what clothing to wear. After an enjoyable first date, they began meeting regularly. Following the 2channelers' collective advice, he got a haircut, updated his wardrobe, and began to emerge from his shell. After several dates, his demeanor had changed for the better and this culminated a few months later in his confessing his love for her. She reciprocated, and when the 2channelers were informed, there was a mass celebration; posts began flowing in congratulating the new couple, and extravagant Shift JIS art pictures were posted.

Train_Man's posts continued for a while longer, but on May 17, there were posts about the couple being on the verge of having sex, and several forum members made inappropriate comments on the subject. Later that night, Train_Man left the boards for good.
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