Jin-hong is a coldhearted prosecutor who's obsessed with catching the man who murdered his mother. He quickly becomes the prime suspect when the deceased woman returns from the grave to avenge her death.
Life of a upcoming Korean patriot Park Yeol, who formed the anarchist organization "Black Wave" during the Japanese colonial period and attempted the assassination of the Japanese Crown Prince Hirohito.
16 year old boy, A-Reum has Progeria Syndrome, a rare genetic defect that will cause the baby to show rapid aging from an early age. Although A-Reum has struggled again the disease, he was ... See full summary »
A notoriously shrewish TV drama writer and a Korean wave star who fight like cats and dogs every time they meet; a spinster flight attendant landlady and a nosy chef tenant who build a ... See full summary »
HONG Gildong is an infallible private detective with an exceptional memory and quirky personality. While chasing the only target he failed to find, he gets entangled in a much bigger conspiracy than he bargained for.
Children's musical theater director Il-han is offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to audition for the $10 million Broadway-bound blockbuster musical "The Great King Jung-jo". Also auditioning is Young-gwang, a half-Korean and half-Filipino child, who is gifted with a spectacular voice, honed without any specialized training. Young-gwang nonetheless believes that he will win the coveted role. Incredibly, he earns a spot in the final round of audition. Il-han works hard to create a masterpiece and together with Young-gwang, they form a dazzling duo. Their impressive teamwork takes them to the finals, but in a crucial moment Il-han accepts a proposal he cannot afford to refuse. Il-han swaps the the dark-skinned Young-gwang for a failed semi-finalist Choi in order to ensure himself the music director role. Young-gwang flies back to the Philippines bitterly disappointed. However, soon regretting his decision, Il-han travels to the Philipines to find back his teammate.Written by
Early working Korean title was "Dream," then changed to "Dream, My Little Hero," then changed to "Superstar" (but with the release of another Korean film titled "Superstar") the movie's Korean title was changed to "My Little Hero". But lastly, for the international release they change it to "A Wonderful Moment". See more »