Has a single foodie finally met his match? Goo Dae Young (Yoon Doo Joon) is a slick insurance salesman and food blogger who moves back to his hometown after a number of career setbacks. He rents an apartment and tries to chummy up to his new neighbors, hoping to drum up clients to rebuild his insurance business. As he tries to get into the good graces of Lee Jeom Yi (Kim Ji Young), the old lady who lives downstairs, he realizes that his next-door neighbor is Baek Soo Ji (Seo Hyun Jin), a freelance writer who happens to be an old friend from elementary school. Soo Ji has been emotionally scarred by being called “pig” all her life and never forgave Dae Young for being nice to her as kids only so she’ll eat a lot at his mother’s tteokbokki restaurant. She has worked hard to shed the weight and only eats once a day to try to keep the weight off. Feeling guilty for the resentment Soo Ji has toward him, he promises to help her win the heart of Lee Sang Woo (Kwon Yool), her client on a writing assignment. Can the three singles fill the voids in their lives while they fill their stomachs with the most delectable foods? “Let’s Eat Season 2” is a 2015 South Korean drama series written by Lim Soo Mi and directed by Park Joon Hwa, the same team that produced the first season of the 2013 food-centric drama “Let’s Eat.”
The lives of today’s SNS generation intertwine as they face challenges to finding love and happiness in this ‘Chinese Gossip Girl’! Korean actor Kim Bum makes his Chinese drama debut as Oh Woo Hui, the head of a luxury restaurant who rubs people the wrong way with his overly perfectionist ways. Yang Mi, Shawn Yue, Tan Wei Wei, Chan Fat Yung and Zhou Bi Bi also star in the drama series. “V Love” is a 2013 Chinese drama series.
Can five friends stand the test of time as they face first love, heartbreak and making responsible choices over a span of 16 years? “The Way We Were” is a 2014 Taiwanese drama series produced by Ruby Lin and directed by Hsu Fu-Hsiang.
Lunafly is a South Korean K-pop group that debuted in 2012 and has proven to be more than your typical boy band. The three members -- Sam (Sam Carter), Teo (Shin Tae Ho) and Yun (Han Seung Yun) -- have distinguished themselves from other boy groups by composing their own songs and releasing English versions of their songs to appeal to a wider international audience. The group established a strong following for its strong vocals and unique "cozy" image prior to doing any broadcast promotions. Watch the music video of the group's popular songs "Fly to Love," "Day By Day," "Clear Day, Cloudy Day," and "How Nice It Would Be."