“The Legendary Witches,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m./
re-airs Monday at 1:45 p.m.
Soo-In, Bok-Nyeo, Poong-Geum and Mi-O were cellmates at a woman’s prison.
The four women have their own stories on why they were there, but through bakery lessons, learned in prison, they open a bakery shop and compete against a large bakery company.
Starring Ji-Hye Han, Seok-Jin Ha, Du-Shim Ko and Hyun-kyung Oh.
“Root of the Throne,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:45 p.m.
“Run, Jang-mi,” Monday-Thursday at 10:25 p.m.; re-airs Tuesday-Friday at 12:20 p.m.
Jang-Mi has a warm personality which makes her kind to everyone. She is 26-years-old and a graduate student majoring in culinary arts. Her father is wealthy, but he dies suddenly. Jang-Mi’s life changes completely after her father’s death.
While Jang-Mi struggles to make a living, she meets a man who is the grandson of a food company president. They become involved romantically.
Starring Young-Ah Lee and Joo-Won Ko.
“The Town: The Uninvited,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 2:45 p.m.
“Wang’s Family,” Monday and Tuesday at 9:25 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.
The Wang family faces a number of challenges: elitism; discrimination; children moving back home after living on their own during colleges; the power dynamics between husband, wife and family; and decisions about when to marry and have a baby given the financial difficulties in today’s Korean society. The first daughter had married into a well-off family, but after they went bankrupt she and the family had to move back to her parents’ home. The second daughter is also having financial difficulties as her husband is jobless, while the third daughter suddenly decided to quit her job. How will the family manage to survive such obstacles?
Starring Yong Jang, Hae-Sook Kim, Moon-Hee Na, Dae-Chul Choi, Moon Ga-Young Moon, and Wong-Hong Choi.
“Jeong Do-jeon,” Wednesday and Thursday at 9:25 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.
Set between late Koryo Dynasty and early Choson Dynasty period. Jung Do-Jeon plans for the new country of “Choson” and new culture as an influential advisor to King Taejo. Jung Do-Jeon resistance among those that want to keep Koryo.
Starring Jae Hyun Jo, Yi Suk Kang, Dong Geun Yoo, Young Kyu Park, In Suk Suh, Ho Im and Jae Mo Ahn.
“Identical Affairs,” Friday and Saturday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Saturday and Sunday at noon.
Hae-Gang is a successful lawyer, but she wants to become more successful. Due to her ambitions, her relationship with her husband, Jin-Eon, deteriorates. At that his time, Jin-Eon meets Seol-Ri who attends the same graduate school. Her personality is pure and enthusiastic, like his wife Hae-Gang had in the past. Hae-Gang then has an accident and loses her memory. She meets Baek Seok and lives as her younger twin sister Yong-Gi.
Starring: Hyun-Joo Kim, Jin-Hee Ji, Han-Byul Park and Kyu-Han Lee.
“Oh No! My Mother-in-law Is My Niece Now,” Friday-Sunday at 9:25 p.m./
re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 1:15 p.m. and Monday at 12:20 p.m.
Gyeong-Sook married a wealthy older man when she was 19 years old. Her mother-in-law, who gave her a hard time, died and her husband passed away a couple of years ago.
She only depends on her son Jung-Soo who is a doctor. Her son Jung-Soo brings his girlfriend, Hyun-Joo. Gyeong-Sook disapproves of Hyun-Joo because of her poor family background. Nevertheless, Jung-Soo and Hyun-Joo marry. Gyeong-Sook gives Hyun-Joo a hard time. Then, Jung-Soo dies in a car accident. Gyeong-Sook and Hyun-Joo are no longer family.
Gyeong-Sook and Hyun-Joo eventually both marry again. Through a twist of fate, Gyeong-Sook becomes Hyun-Joo’s daughter-in-law.
Starring Hye-Ri Kim, Yi-Young Shim, Jung-Hyun Kim and Bo-Ryung Moon.