Name That Drama: Couple switches and business talks
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- Good guard, bad actor
Hope you can help me. I vaguely recall a K-drama I saw around 7-9 years ago and I’m trying to find the title. I think a couple was in an argument and there was a car crash in the first episode. The guy follows the girl like a guardian as she’s growing up through each episode. Can’t remember if time travel or anything supernatural was involved. And then I remember him playing golf and he thinks he’s a great actor but he’s not. Now I may be mixing 2 K-dramas up. You know how one can blur into the next after a while. LOL Anyway, suggestions what it might be would be appreciated. Sorry I can’t provide better details.
- We need a chart for this
I watched a drama during maybe the early to mid 2010s (2010-2015-ish) about a husband (Mr. A) who leaves his wife (Ms. B) for his first love (Ms. C). I can’t remember if he cheats. They have a daughter together. Ms. C has her own son and ex-husband (Mr. D). By the end of the series, Mr. D ends up with Ms. B. I remember that Ms. C has a food company that ends up going bankrupt. The drama might have had around 20-30 episodes but I honestly cannot remember.
I remember very specific scenes. In a flashback, Mr. A and Ms. B were dressed up as bees and having a jolly time washing the dishes. Another scene has Mr. A selling food on the street because he went broke. Another scene has the daughter (who’s still a kid) kind of run away and get lost from her dad’s place because I think she wants to go back to her mom? Her mom scolds her heavily from worry but when she finds out the reason the girl ran away, they hug? There’s this other scene where Mr. D gives Ms. B a makeover. They also start their own food company/menu and it became very successful, beating Ms. C’s company. But before that there was a scene where Ms. B’s apartment’s furniture was being taken away because she couldn’t pay rent or had a debt. She was hugging her mother and crying. There might’ve been another scene with Ms. B (and maybe Mr. D) in a conference/meeting of sorts where she proposes/explains a new menu she’s come up with.
Please help me find the drama. I remember loving it back then and it’s been bugging me ever since.
- Sold! To the wrong customer.
A woman who works in an interior design company absentmindedly sells a textile design to a customer, probably a carpet or curtain. But the truth is, the design is not meant for sale, as it is meant for a client or for further amendments. That’s the only scene I can remember from a 2000s drama, and I have no idea what happened later. I only know that the drama is either in Japanese or Korean.
- If you call within the next 30 minutes…
Hello Beanies, chaebols always throw money around in K-dramas but there’s a particular chaebol that I’m trying to remember. He offers huge money to a poor person in exchange for something that sounds simple. Every minute the poor person doesn’t answer, the offer drops by hundreds of thousands of dollars. At first the poor person hesitates because it sounds like a scam. Eventually, something happens to the poor person and they’re unable to reply even if they wanted to take the offer. Does anyone remember this drama?
- Bargaining power
Is there a Korean drama where a girl with superpowers uses it to shop for used clothes? I think she re-sells them as vintage clothing in a hipster style store. I don’t remember what her powers are or how she uses them to pick clothes that will sell, they just do.
Thanks for playing, everyone — till next time!
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