Channel 2 (Spectrum) and 12 (Hawaiian Telcom) (Subject to change, without notice. For updated information, call 521–8066.)
“Bride of the Sun,” Monday through Friday at 4:20 p.m.; repeats Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m.
A drama based on the story of former Dong Ah Constructions chairman and former KBS announcer Jang Eun-young. A woman gets married to a man who is old enough to be her grandfather when her lover leaves and her family struggles to make a living.
Starring Jang Shin-Young, Jung Eun-Woo and Han Jin-Hee.
“Meant to Be,” Monday through Friday at 9:20 p.m.
Chi Hwan believes in money and authority more than the law and strives to live at the top of the ladder. His mother had to face wrongful death when he was young and he suffered from poverty and war alone. To put an end to the misery, he rose out of poverty to great wealth and became a successful chairman of Shine Cosmetics.
Starring Kim Yoo Suk, Jeon Hye Yeon, Seo Han Gyeol, Jung Woo Jeon, Jin Joo Hyung and Go Eun Mi.
“Game of Witches,” Monday through Friday at 12:20 p.m.
Yu Gyeong is now a successful woman who is an executive director of Cheonha Group, where she started as a secretary. She recently found out her daughter is alive, so she plans to get her back and take her revenge.
Starring Jang Seo-Hee, Kim Kyu-Seon, Oh Chang-Suk and Han Ji-Wan.
“Cheer Up,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.; repeats Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:15 p.m.
Do Hae-Yi is a student at Yonhee University. She is a bright and diligent person. Because of her family’s poor financial situation, she places a priority on making money rather than school. One day, Do Hae-Yi suddenly joins cheering squad Theia. She only joins the club for money. The cheering squad has existed for 50 years at Yeonhee University.
Starring Han Ji-Hyun, Bae In-Hyuk, Kim Hyun-Jin, Jang Gyu-Ri, Lee Eun-Saem and Yang Dong-Geun.
“Man in a Veil,” Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m.; repeats Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.
After a childhood accident, Tae Poong’s development is stunted. He’s caught between two sisters, warm-hearted Yu Jung who waits for Tae Pong and Yu Ra, Yu Jung’s twin sister, who is completely different from her and uses Tae Poong for her own desires. This drama follows the intriguing story of a man navigating the challenges of love, life and the occasional miracle.
Starring Kang Eun Tak, Uhm Hyun Kyung, Lee Chae YOung and Lee Shi Kang.
“You Are My Destiny,“ Wednesday at 6:50 p.m.
Chipper and optimistic orphan Sae Byeok Jang changes her life upon getting a corneal transplant from Na Yeong. To thank her late donor’s family, Sae Byeok Jang visits them, but finds that Na Yeong’s parents did not know their daughter died. She soon grows close to the dead girl’s parents.
Starring Yoon Ah Im, Hyun Joo Gong, Jae Jung Park, Jang Yong and Ae Ri Jeong.
“Good Supper,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:50 p.m.; repeats Thursday and Friday at 2:20 p.m.
Young-Shin is in her 20’s and she was born with a cooking talent for traditional royal cuisine. She gets involved with people, including Kyung-Soo, who cares about her.
Starring Jung Woo-Yeon and Jae Hee.
“It’s Beautiful Now,” Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m.; repeats Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.
The Lee brothers Yoon Jae, Hyun Jae and Soo Jae are not interested in dating or getting married. Their indifference towards marriage is a cause for concern among family members. They offer the enticement of an apartment to the brother that marries first. Now, all three are actively seeking a bride.
Starring Oh Min Suk, Shin Dong Mi, Yoon Shi Yoon, Bae Da Bin, Seo Bum June and Choi Ye Bin.
“Gwanggaeto,” Friday and Saturday at 7:50 p.m.; repeats Saturday and Sunday at 12 p.m.
The glorious life of King Gwanggaeto will be unfolded before your eyes. He’s regarded as a king who restored the glory of Goguryeo by wresting power back from Baekje and led the resurgence of Goguryeo to become a major power in East Asia.
Starring Dam Duk, Ko Woon, Mo Yong-Bo and Do Young.
“Ms. Perfect,” Friday at 10 p.m.
Sim Jae-Bok is married with two children. Due to hardships she went through, she has a wild temper. She gets involved in an unexpected case and begins to regain her true self.
Starring Ko So-Young, Yoon Sang-Hyun and Cho Yeo-Jeong.
“Running Man,” Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
A variety game show that features a series of games and missions that select team members must complete to win the race. As they fight to win prizes, and at the same time avoid penalties, the members show their chemistry with each other and the celebrity guests that occasionally join in on the fun.
Starring Jae-Suk Yoo, Suk-Jin Ji, Jong-Kook Kim, Ha Ha, Ji-Hyo Song and So-Min Jeon.
“The Time We Were Not in Love,” Saturday at 4:50 p.m.; repeats at 6:35 p.m.
Choi Won is the “perfect guy” – tall, good-looking and fit with an amicable personality. Although he is very popular with women, he can’t have a proper relationship because of his friend, Oh Ha Na. A romantic comedy about a man and a woman who have been best friends for 20 years. They turn 34 and make a pact to be married before 35, racing each other to the altar while helping weed out potential suitors.
Starring Ha Ji Won, Lee Jin Wook, Yoon Kyun Sang and Choo Soo Hyun.
“I’m Solo,” Saturday at 10:40 p.m.
A hyper-realistic dating program in which solo men and women who long for marriage gather and struggle to find love.
Starring Defconn, Lee Yi Kyung, Song Hae Na, and Jeon Hyo Sung.
“Fatal Promise,” Saturday and Sunday at 9:20 p.m.; repeats Saturday and Sunday at 1:10 p.m.
Cha Eun-Dong is a girl that always stands up against injustice. This places her and her family into a difficult situation. Around this time, Kang Tae-In makes a promise to Cha Eun-Dong. The promise is vital to Cha Eun-Dong and her family, but he breaks his promise. His broken promise causes the destruction of Cha Eun-Dong’s family. 7 years pass.
Starring Park Ha-Na and Ko Se-Won.
“Root of the Throne,” Sunday at 6:40 p.m.; repeats Monday at 1 p.m.
A period drama about ambition, rise and fall of real and fictional characters based around Yi Bang Won, the third king of the Joseon Dynasty in Korea and the father of King Se Jong the Great.
Starring Yoo Ah In, Kim Myung Min, Shin Se Kyung, Byun Yo Han, Yoon Kyun Sang, Chun Ho Jin.
“The Soldiers,” Sunday at 10:40 p.m.
The world’s first military national team selection match! Leaders from Korea’s 707 Special Task Force, British SAS, Sweden’s SOG, and US green beret will pick members from Korea’s elite special forces to make a team to represent South Korea in a national competition.
Starring Kim Sang Joong and Hong Beam Seok.