Channel 4 (Oceanic Cable) and 6 (Hawaiian Telcom) (Subject to change, without notice. For updated information, call 521-8066)
“She Was Pretty,” Sunday at 6:30 p.m.; re-airs Monday at 1 p.m.
A romantic comedy about two past acquaintances who meet again after they’ve gone through a reversal of fortunes and appearances, set in the backdrop of a fashion magazine’s publishing office.
Hye-jin Kim was a very pretty girl from a rich family. After her family’s publishing company went bankrupt, she experienced hardships then lost her beauty too. Sung-joon Ji was an unattractive boy with low self-esteem, but grows up to become a handsome and successful editor.
The two met again as adults, but Sung-joon was unable to recognize Hye-jin. Ashamed to meet her first love and ruin his perception of her, Hye-jin asks her attractive best friend, Ha-ri, to appear in her place. Things, however, soon get complicated.
Starring Jung-Eum Hwang and Seo-Joon Park.
“Three Witches,” Monday-Thursday at 9:20 p.m.; re-airs Tuesday-Friday at 12:20 p.m.
“Scarlet Heart,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:15 p.m.
When a total eclipse of the sun takes place, Hae-Soo travels back in time to the Goryeo era. There, she falls in love with Wang So, who makes other people tremble with fear.
Starring IU and Joon-Gi Lee.
“Bluebird’s House,” Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.
A drama that tells the story of strong bond between the members of a family even though they are not blood-related. This drama also portrays the hope of parents toward their children’s success and how difficult for fresh university graduates to get respectable and well-paid jobs.
Starring Joon-Hyuk Lee, Soo-Bin Chae, Sang-Yeob Lee and Soo-Jin Kyung.
“Don’t Dare to Dream,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 2:15 p.m.
The competition is fierce when you work at a broadcast news station. You have no friends, and everyone is out for himself or herself. Pyo Na-Ri Pyo is a weather forecaster from a humble background. She secures a part-time contract to work at a prestigious broadcast network but soon realizes that petty jealousy and cutthroat competition surrounds her every day at work. Her life becomes even more complicated when Na Ri falls in love with the station’s star news anchor, Hwa-Shin Lee, but Hwa Shin’s best friend, Jung-Won Go, falls for her. Can Na Ri get what she wants both at work and in her personal life?
Starring: Hyo-Jin Gong, Jung-Suk Jo, Kyung-Pyo Go.
“The King’s Face,” Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.
This drama series follows the life of Prince Gwanghae. Even though he is the child of a concubine, he becomes the crown prince. For the next 16 years, until he becomes the King, Prince Gwanghae suffers through dethronement and death threats. Using physiognomy as a weapon, he is able to become the King.
Starring In-Guk Seo, Yoon-Hee Jo, Sung-Jae Lee, Sung-Rok Shin and Gyu-Ri Kim.
“Second to Last Love,” Friday and Saturday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Saturday and Sunday at noon.
“Second to Last Love” tells the story of Sang-Sik Ko and Min-Joo Kang. Sang-Sik is in his forties and still single. He works as the environmental facility section chief at city hall. Sang-Sik becomes involved with Min-Joo, who is also in her forties and still single. She works as a programming director at a broadcasting station.
Starring Jin-Hee Ji, Hee-Ae Kim, Seul-Gi Kim, Soo-Min Lee and Stephanie Lee.
“The Love is Coming,” Friday-Sunday at 9:20 p.m./re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. and Monday at 12:20 p.m.
A family drama about a woman who is hurt by love, striving for small happiness and realizing the preciousness of family.
Starring Ji-Young Kim, Min-Young Lee, Se-Won Ko, Lee Hun, Da-Im Gong, Eun-Jin Shim and Dong-Jik Jang
“Healer,” Friday at 10 p.m.
Moon-Ho Kim is a popular reporter at major broadcasting company. One day, he learns the truth of a case that took place in the past. He intentionally approaches people who are related to the case and helps them. While doing so, he agonizes over the truth and beliefs.
Meanwhile, with the help of Moon-Ho Kim, internet reporter Young-Shin Chae and Jung-Hoo Seo, known as “Healer,” grow into real reporters.
Starring Ji-Tae Yoo, Min-Young Park and Chang-Wook Ji.