I started as a warrior, maid, consort and then an empress. Because of some evil people, my life in the past was so crazy miserable. So I spent the rest of my life for a big revenge and I did it, but everybody I love died in the end.
The Night Watchman
I can see ghosts and together with my ghostbuster team I’m going to get that scumbag shaman who killed my parents and live happily ever after with my shaman girl.
This is my rough journey to be a Miss Korea back in 1997 with some guidance from my ex-boyfriend. He helped me to become a Miss Korea and I helped him to revive his cosmetic business. In the mean time, waikikiiii~!
Cunning Single Lady
I left my husband when he’s poor. Now that he’s rich, I got him back. But don’t worry, he understands coz I have my own legit situations and reasons to divorce him back then.
A New Leaf
I’m a bad lawyer. But after suffering from amnesia, suddenly I’m turning into a good one. It’s so good to be good.
Fated To Love You
My drink was spiked and I slept with this unattractive girl by accident till she got pregnant. We have our ups and downs but she turns out to be very attractive and my real destiny. HEUHEUHAHAHA…
The Spring Day of My Life
I left my fiance after I got a heart donor from a lady that makes me fall in love with her husband and children. I didn’t make it far but I’m happy and that dude haz to become a widower again. Sorry.
I’m a filthy rich old grandpa who swallowed this piece of meteor by accident and suddenly I get to be young, wild, and ready to love again. But I still find it hard to text with smartphone.
Come! Jang Bo Ri
I was a princess in a legendary hanbok maker house. But then I lost my memories after jumping out of my mom’s car in an accident. My parents then adopted this devil bitch aka my foster sister who insanely turned my life upside down. But I survived and even reunited with my parents and the love of my life.
I’m a hotel general manager. Imma get a revenge to the hotel chairman who I thought was my father, but turns out the vice chairman and the senior manager are my real parents. I get to marry the pretty hotel heiress though.
“We’re not famous or special, but we’re just doing what we want, right now. The world that surrounds us is gray and we can’t see our futures. But for now, we just shut up and run – to the time that’s waiting for us.”
“Today was a really long and finicky day. It rained during the day, but at night, it snowed. You needed to use an umbrella during the day, at night there was so much snow that you could make a snowman by rolling a charcoal briquette. So did it rain today, or should we say that it snowed? So to day, in your life, will you say it rained or that it snowed? According to some meteorologist, if you draw a snowman, you’re someone whose heart melts quickly. But if you draw an umbrella, you are someone who wants to be loved under that umbrella. Ah, we are quite lonely people. We are. Aren’t we?”
When You're A Pre-School Teacher (Jongup Scenario)
“Miss Min! Kang-Dae wet himself!!!” your student Sara shrilly screams across the play area. You quickly look over your shoulder to assess the situation, and sure enough, Kang-Dae has a decent sized wet spot on his pants. Sara isn’t helping the situation at all by pointing at the embarrassed little boy. You quickly rush over to the play area to try and stifle the commotion. Your first goal: quiet the alarm.
“Thank you Sara, now go over to the tables and color a pretty picture for your Eomma,” you say, directing Sara with your finger as you continue towards a now-crying Kang-Dae. Your heart breaks for the little boy who still hasn’t mastered controlling his bladder. Chances are he was so engrossed with the toy trains he forgot to pee.
“Oh Kang-Dae, it’s okay. Accidents happen all the time,” you start off, grabbing his hand and wiping the tears away with your free hand. “Let’s get you cleaned up real quick, and then you can get right back to playing with the trains you love so much. How’s that sound?” The young boy sniffles and nods his head in agreement.
You lead Kang-Dae to the back room where all the students have an extra pair of clothes for such emergencies. It’s a usual precaution taken by preschool teachers. You find the box with Kang-Dae’s name on it and pull out the fresh clothes for him. Once he is all cleaned up, you give him a quick hug before sending him on his merry way. You straighten up the back room a little and then head back towards the play area, where you see Kang-Dae smiling and laughing with all the other kids, the accident already a memory in the distant past.