“Rosy Day,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m./re-airs
Monday at 1:45 p.m.
Song-Jung Han is a novel writer. She is also a single mother who has raised three daughters: Da-Ae, Da-Jung and Da-In and struggles to let them marry good men.
Starring: Mi-Sook Kim, Hwang Woo Seul Hye, Se-Young Park and Woo-Ri Ko.
“Doctor Stranger,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:45 p.m.
When Park Hoon was a child, he and his father, who had defected to South Korea years ago, are captured and returned to North Korea. Park Hoon becomes a genius doctor, just like his father. After becoming an accomplished chest surgeon, Park Hoon defects to South Korea and goes to work in the prestigious Dongwoo University Hospital. As he tries to adjust to his new life in South Korea, Park Hoon does his best to work alongside Jae-Joon Han, a Harvard graduate who first discovers Park Hoon’s talent, while catching the eye of Soo-Hyun Oh, Jae-Joon’s fiancée and the daughter of the hospital chairman. Anesthesiologist Jae-Hee Song bears a strong resemblance to Seung-Hee Han, Park Hoon’s girlfriend back in the North whom he wants desperately to come join him. Can he do what it takes to make a new life for himself and his love in the South?
Starring Jong-Suk Lee, Hae-Jin Park, Se-Jeon Jin and Su-Ra Kang.
“Can We Love,” Monday and Tuesday at 9:25 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.
“Can We Love” tells the story of three very close friends — Jung-wan Yoon, Sun-mi Kim and Kwon Ji-hyun Kwon, who are all 39 years old and with their own set of problems.
Jung-wan is a divorcée with a kid and financial problems. She is a scriptwriter but works part-time at a market. She starts to work with a very famous director, Kyung-soo Oh.
Sun-mi is a successful decorator who is single. She is seen as an “old maid who is dying to get married” by her ex-boyfriend who dated her for her money.
Ji-hyun is married to a businessman. She lives a nice life aside from the problems with her mother-in-law and rebellious teenage daughter. To make matters worse, her secret first love, film company CEO Do-young Ahn, works with Jung-wan and her husband is one of the investors in Do-young’s company.
Starring Eugene, Tae-Woong Uhm, Yu-Mi Kim, Jung-Yoon Choi and Sung-Su Kim.
“One Well-Raised Daughter,” Monday-Thursday at 10:25 p.m.; re-airs Tuesday-Friday at 12:20 p.m.
A family has owned a soy sauce company for hundreds of years. Parents in the current generation family only have daughters. To inherit their company “Bull Soy Sauce,” the fourth daughter is raised as a boy and eventually disguises herself as a man.
Starring Han-byul Park, Tae-kon Lee, Eun-woo Jung and Se-in Yoon.
“You’re All Surrounded,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 2:45 p.m.
“You’re All Surrounded” follows four twenty-something-year-old rookie detectives at a police station in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea.
The four rookie detectives — Eun Dae-Koo, Eo Soo-Sun, Park Tae-Il and Ji Kook — arrive at the Gangnam Police Station for their first day of work. None of them ever dreamed of becoming a detective. They then meet Pan-Seok Seo, the chief investigator for the No. 3 team.
Starring Seung-Gi Lee, Ara Go, Jae-Hyeon Ahn, Jung-Min Park and Seung-Won Cha.
“Empress Ki,” Wednesday and Thursday at
9:25 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.
A romance historic drama depicting the love and battle of a woman from Goryeo who becomes a powerful Empress of the Yuan Empire.
Starring Ji-won Ha, Jin-mo Joo, Chang-wook Ji and Jin-hee Baek.
“Endless Love,” Friday and Saturday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Saturday and Sunday at noon.
A period drama about Korean politics and financial situation in the 1970-1990s, as seen through the life of a woman.
After a traumatic past of witnessing her mother’s death, In Ae Seo grows up as ambitious, and sharp-minded woman who knows how to grab people’s hearts, while still holding hope to one day avenge her mother. Since childhood, her life has been entangled with two opposite-personalities brothers from poor fisherman family, Kwang Hoon Han and Kwang Chul Han.
Starring Jung Eum Hwang, Soo Young Ryu and Kyung Ho Jung.
“Only My Love,” Friday-Sunday at 9:25 p.m./ re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 1:15 p.m. and Monday at 12:20 p.m. Premieres on Sunday, July 13.
Eun-Jung was raised by a mother who shined shoes for a living. She marries Sung-Jae, but falls into trouble after her husband and mother-in-law commit a crime. Eun-Jung loses everything and has to work her way up from the very bottom to become a success.
Starring Min-Young Lee and Jae-Hee Song.