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Classic Romantic Comedies
  • Coffee Prince

    One of our most popular dramas, this romantic comedy tells the story of Han Kyul (Gong Yoo), the handsome son of a wealthy hotelier and a confirmed bachelor who constantly deflects his family's attempts to make him commit. The constant pressure to get married drives him to hire a goofy young delivery boy Eun Chan, (Yoo Eun Hye) to pretend to be his gay lover to scare away his family's set-ups. Trouble starts when Han Kyul begins to get to know the hardworking and lovable Eun Chan, and begins to develop real feelings for her, although he thinks she is a man.

  • Love Rain

    From the famed director of the seasonal dramas Autumn in my Heart, Winter Sonata, Spring Waltz, and Summer Scent comes a new melodrama about young love in the 1970s, and in the present day.

  • My Princess

    A bubbly, enchanting romantic comedy featuring superstars Song Seung Hoon and Kim Tae Hee, My Princess is a real life Cinderella story. Sunny, stubborn college student Lee Seol has a fairly ordinary life until her life is turned upside down when she discovers that she is in fact a real princess, a blood descendant of the last emperor of Korea. Park Hae Young, a spoiled rich boy whose fortune will be lost if Korea's monarchy is restored, but soon he finds himself falling for her, making his infinitely more complicated.

  • Boys Over Flowers

    At the prestigious Shin Hwa High School in Seoul, four boys comprise the group known as the Flower Four. The crème de la crème of most powerful families from Korea, these spoiled, rebellious, flirtatious and cruel boys rule the school. Enter Jan Di, a girl of humble upbringing who is accepted into Shin Hwa on a swimming scholarship after accidentally saving the life of a Shin Hwa student. Not one for following the rules blindly, Jan Di faces immediate scrutiny from the entire school and in particular the boys of the Flower Four and their leader, Goo Jun Pyo, who dislikes her instantly. Through her charm and undying optimism, she slowly begins to capture the hearts of those around her, even the icy boys of the F4.

  • Goong

    In an imaginary world, modern-day Korea is run by a constitutional monarchy facing crumbling popularity after the recent death of the reigning King. To try to help the situation, the Royal Family decides to marry off the Crown Prince, Lee Shin, prior to his ascension to the throne. Among the plots, deceptions, and expectations in the mix, can the Royal couple see one another for who they really are and manage to fall in love?

  • Playful Kiss

    Adapted from the classic manga, Itazura no Kiss, the director of Goong brings a fresh look into the ups and downs of falling in love through the course of high school and college.

  • My Lovely Sam Soon

    Kim Sam-Soon's life is a mess. She's overweight, jobless, cheated on and has an embarrassingly old-fashioned name. Enter arrogant restaurateur Hyun Jin-Heon (Hyun Bin), who hires her as chief baker. With Jin-Heon's family pressuring him to get married, and Sam-Soon desperately in need of money to save her family home, the two strike up a deal. Sam Soon masquerades as Jin Heon's girlfriend, but complications ensue in this hilarious and relatable love story.

  • Greatest Love

    Goo Ae Jung (played by Gong Hyo Jin) is a former girl group member whose popularity has waned despite her sweet personality. Dokko Jin (Cha Seung Won) is the top action star in Korea who privately has an arrogant side. When Goo Ae Jung enters a variety show that fakes marriages between celebrities and "normal people," she gets entangled in a love square with her ex-bandmate Kang Se Ri, Dokko Jin, and adorable Eastern medicine doctor Yoon Pil Joo.

  • Unemployed Romance

    Im Seung Hee (Lee Young Ah) scribbles her days away in hopes of becoming a drama writer, but there are a few things holding her back from her big break: specifically, she’s broke and lives off of unemployment benefits. Things get tricky when Seung Hee’s first love, Kim Jong Dae (Nam Goong Min), ends up working at the unemployment benefits office!

  • 9 End 2 Outs

    9 End 2 Outs is a heartfelt and hilarious romantic comedy with a twist. Hong Nan Hee and Byun Hyung Tae have been best friends for 30 years. They cook for each other, call each other daily, bicker like siblings, and support each other when things go wrong. But everything about that comfortable relationship is about to change...

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