Stained Glass - Can love stand the test of time? Dong-Joo (Lee Dong-Gun, Lovers in Paris and Ruler of Your Own World) is about to find out the hard way.
Abandoned at a young age, Dong-Joo grew up in an orphanage with his best friend Gi-Tae (Kim Sung-Soo, Lawyers and Full House).
After the arrival of Ji-Soo (Kim Ha-Neul, Romance, Happy Together, Secret), the two friends become rivals, competing for her affection. An accident, however, soon separates the friends. Adopted by a wealthy Japanese couple, Dong-Joo leaves Korea behind.
Twelve years later, Dong-Joo returns to Korea, only to find Gi-Tae and Ji-Soo are now together. Though Dong-Joo greatly values his friendship with Gi-Tae, his love for Ji-Soo is as strong as ever. Can Dong-Joo win back Ji-Soo’s heart without destroying his bond with Gi-Tae?
My Girl -When Gong-chan (Lee Dong-wook) meets the lively and beautiful Yu-rin (Lee Da-hae), he notices the resemblance between her and his long-lost cousin, whom his dying grandfather has been searching for. He hires Yu-rin to stand in for his missing cousin as a final gesture to his grandfather – but his own growing feelings for her threaten to ruin everything.
The real drama begins when Gong-chan’s ex-girlfriend, a pro tennis star (played by Park Si-yeon), enters the scene determined to win him back.
Can Gong-chan protect Yu-rin from Jung-woo’s advances? Can he help fulfill his grandfather’s dying wish? And what will happen if his real cousin is finally discovered?