KBFD – Korean Programming

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Channel 4 (Oceanic Cable) and 6 (Hawaiian Telcom) (Subject to change, without notice. For updated information, call 521-8066)

“You Are My Present,” Monday-Friday at 9:20 p.m.; re-airs Monday-Friday at 12:20 p.m.

A costume designer, Hyun Soo Kong, loses her memory shortly after her marriage starts. Despite this, she fights and triumphs over various trials and hardships in order to succeed in life. Will she be able to find her own happiness?

Starring: Yi Jae Heo, Do Jin Cha, Myung Gil Choi, Ye Sol Jin, Kim Chung, Jae Hee Song and Ji Ho Shim.

“Innocent Defendant,” Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 2:15 p.m.

Park Jung-Woo is a prosecutor at Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office. One day, he wakes up and finds himself in locked up at the police station. He has temporary amnesia. Park Jung-Woo is falsely accused and is sentenced to death. He must struggle to prove his innocence.

Starring Sung Ji, Ki-Joon Uhm, Yuri Kwon and Chang-Suk Oh.

“Bluebird’s House,” Monday and Tuesday at 10 p.m./re-airs on Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m.

A drama that tells the story of strong bond between the members of a family even though they are not blood-related. This drama also portrays the hope of parents toward their children’s success and how difficult for fresh university graduates to get respectable and well-paid jobs.

Starring Joon-Hyuk Lee, Soo-Bin Chae, Sang-Yeob Lee and Soo-Jin Kyung.

“Saimdang, Memoir of Color,” Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 2:15 p.m.

A reinterpretation of Saimdang from the Joseon times. She was a genius artist and passionate lover. Young Ae Lee takes on two roles; a college professor who specializes in Korea Art History and Saimdang.

Starring Young Ae Lee, Se Jong Yang, Jong Hwan Choi and Hae Sook Kim.

“All About My Mom,” Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m./re-airs on Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m.

Jin-Ae (Eugene) has a love-hate relationship with her mother San-Ok. She dreams of becoming independent from her family and especially from her mother. Jin-Ae falls in love with Hoon-Jae and marries him. She experiences difficult times with her mother-in-law, and begins to understand her mother San-Ok for the first time.

Starring Eugene, Sang-Woo Lee, Du-Shim Ko, Kap-Soo Kim and Mi-Sook Kim.

“Happy Home,” Friday and Saturday at 7:45 p.m./re-airs on Saturday and Sunday at noon.

Sam-Bong opens Chinese restaurant Gahwamansasung. He is cheap and an authoritarian to his family. He has a wife and three children: twins Hae-Ryung and Man-Ho and younger sibling Hae-Won.

Hae-Ryung appears to have a perfect life with her husband Hyun-Ki, but her life is far from perfect. Her only son died in a car accident five years ago. Her husband acts indifferent towards her and her mother-in-law is cruel towards her in private. At that time, Hae-Ryung meets Ji-Gun. They become closer as they share common bonds, but Ji-Gun has a secret that he can’t tell Hae-Ryung.

Hae-Ryung’s twin brother Man-Ho is incompetent and childish. He works at his father’s Chinese restaurant with his wife Mi-Soon. He relies on Mi-Soon at work and at home. One day, Se-Ri, who worked for Sam-Bong’s restaurant in the past and grew up at the same orphanage as Mi-Soon, appears with a baby son. Se-Ri tells Mi-Soon that the child’s father is Man-Ho.

Youngest sibling Hae-Won works as an editor for a fashion magazine. She does not like her new chief editor Kang-Min, because he gained the position due to his father being the CEO of the company.

Starring Young-Chul Kim, So-Yeon Kim, In-Sub Jang, Yoon-So Choi, Pil-Mo Lee, Sang-Woo Lee, Ji-Ho Kim, Jin-Yi Yoon nad Min-Woo Park.

“The Love is Coming,” Saturday-Sunday at 9:20 p.m./re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m.

A family drama about a woman who is hurt by love, striving for small happiness and realizing the preciousness of family.

Starring Ji-Young Kim, Min-Young Lee, Se-Won Ko, Lee Hun, Da-Im Gong, Eun-Jin Shim and Dong-Jik Jang.

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