Channel 4 (Spectrum) and 6 (Hawaiian Telcom) (Subject to change, without notice. For updated information, call 521-8066)
“Queen for Seven Days,” Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m.; re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.
Chae-Kyung Shin is the daughter of a powerful politician during the Joseon Dynasty. She falls in love with Crown Prince Lee-Yuk, who lives under the tyranny of this half-brother, King San-Gun Yeon. When Lee-Yuk rises to the throne and becomes King Jung Jong, Chae-Kyung becomes Queen Dangyeong, who becomes caught in the cross-fires of difficult political factions as well as jealousy bewekk the brothers.
Starring Min-Young Park, Woo-jin Yeon, Dong-Gun Lee, Changsung and Ki-Young Kang.
“Let Me Introduce Her,” Sunday, at 6:30 p.m.; re-airs on Monday at 1 p.m.
A woman undergoes plastic surgery. Due to the after-effects of the surgery, she loses her memory. Kang-Woo Han, her plastic surgeon, helps her regain her memory. Meanwhile, Chan-Ki Kang is a news anchorman. He appears to be a warm-hearted person, but he has a dark side.
Starring Sang-Mi Nam, Jae-Won Kim, Hyun-Jae Jo, Mi-Sook Lee and Eun-Jung Han.
“Happy Sisters,” Monday-Friday at 9:20 p.m.; re-airs Monday-Friday at 12:20 p.m.
“Happy Sisters” tells the story of sisters Ye-Eun Yoon and Sang-Eun Yoon.
Ye-Eun has been married for seven years. She is a housewife and works hard taking care of the family on her husband’s side. Her in-laws though give her a hard time, but she is positive and happy. Her husband’s business is doing well and they move into a new house. Ye-Eun then finds out her husband is having an affair.
Sang-Eun is single and runs a small piano institute. She has fallen into debt. Then she meets Jae-Woong Choi through a matchmaking agency. Jae-Woong proposes to enter into a contract marriage with Sang-Eun and in return he will pay off her debts.
Starring Yi-Young Shim, Young Han, Seo-Joon Kang and Dae-Gyu Oh.
“Still 17,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.; re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:15 p.m.
Woo-Jin Goo is a 30-year-old single man and he works as a set designer. Due to a trauma he experienced 13 years ago, he does not want to have a relationship with others.
When Seo-Ri Woo was 17, she fell into a coma. Thirteen years later, she wakes up from her coma. Her mental age is still that of a 17-year-old, but she is now 30-years-old. Woo-Jin and Seo-Ri get involved with each other and fall in love.
Starring Jye-Sun Shin, Se-Jong Yang, Hyo-Seop Ahn, Ji-Won Ye and Hyun-Sik Jo.
“My Father is Strange,” Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m.; re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Joong-Hee Ahn is an actor who used to be a member of an idol group. One day, he appears in front of a family –– who consists of Han-Soo Byun, Young-Sil Na and their four children including Hye-Young and Mi-Young –– and claims he is also the son of the family.
Starring Young-Chul Kim, Hae-Sook Kim, Soo-Young Ryu, Yu-Ri Lee and Joon Lee.
“Your Honor,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; re-airs Thursday and Friday at 2:15 p.m.
Soo-Ho Han and Kang-Ho Han were born as identical twins, but they live totally different lives. Soo-Ho works as a judge and he is guided by principles. Kang-Ho’s extensive criminal record contains five different arrests. One day, Soo-Ho suddenly dissapears. Kang-Ho secretly takes his brother’s place as a judge. Kang-Ho, who was once considered trash, becomes a highly respected judge.
Starring Si-Yoon Yoon, Yoo-Young Lee, Byung-Eun Park, Nara and Hye-Ok Kim.
“Rich Son,” Friday and Saturday at 7:45 p.m.; re-airs on Saturday and Sunday at noon.
Gwang-Jae Lee is the son of a rich family and he is immature. His father dies and leaves behind large debts. For his father’s honor, Gwang-Jae struggles to pay off his debt. Kim Young-Ha with her bright and positive personality supports Gwang-Jae.
Starring Ji-Hoon Kim, Joo-Hyun Kim, Gyu-Han Lee and Soo-Hyun Hong.
“Jugglers,” Friday at 10 p.m.; re-airs Saturday at 10 a.m.
Yoon-Yi works as a secretary and has held her job for the past five years. She is loyal and devoted to her work. One day, her boss’s wife mistakenly assumes her husband is having an affair with Yoon-Yi. The scandal spreads throughout her company. Yoon-Yi is placed on a waiting list for a new position and is devastated.
Meanwhile, Chi-Won is scouted for a managing director position in the Video Business Department at YB Ad. He carries a trauma related to a fire incident when he was young. Yoon-Yi is assigned to work as Chi-Won’s secretary, but he tells her that he does not need her. Yoon-Yi tells him otherwise. One evening, they have dinner with their boss. Yoon-Yi gets drunk and Chi-Won takes her home. The house where she lives turns out ot be the same house Chi-Won experienced the traumatic fire incident as a child.
Starring Jin-Hee Baek, Daniel Choi, Hye-Jung Kang, Won-Geun Lee and Joo-Young Cha.
“First Love Again,” Saturday-Sunday at 9:20 p.m.; re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m.
Eight years ago, Ha-Jin Lee fell in love with Do-Yoon Cha, but they broke up. Now, Ha-Jin is a woman who had forgotten memories of her first love, while Do-Yoon is a man who is trapped in his own memories. They meet again after eight years.
Starring Se-Bin Myung, Seung-Su Kim, Bit-Na