A Cuban businessman's (Nestor Paiva) daughter (Estelita) elopes with a professor (Robert Clarke) instead of marrying a banker's son.
100% Senorita is a Chinese TV drama. Broadcast in Mandarin, it had a total of 40 episodes which aired on Chinese Television System in Taiwan in 2004.
Hello! Miss is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Lee Da-hae, Lee Ji-hoon, Ha Seok-jin and Yeon Mi-joo. Based on Lee Ji-wan's novel Five Kimchi Mandu, the series aired on KBS2 from March 19 to May 8, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Based loosely on the story of a discredited Dongguk University professor who falsified her educational background, Miss Ripley is the story of orphan Jang Mi Ri who, like the Talented Mr. Ripley, lives her life from one lie to the next. At a job interview, she starts down her dark path in earnest, when she tells a simple lie about her education. From there, the tale of Miss Ripley weaves into the lives of two very important rivals: Jang Myung Hoon and Yutaka, both of whom are in the hotel industry and fall in love with the deceitful protagonist. To complicate things, Mi Ri's childhood acquaintance, Hee Joo, can see through all the lies.
Two women working in the same industry with the exact same name keep getting their lives entangled both professionally and personally.
Oh! My Lady is a romance comedy TV Drama in Seoul Korea under SBS Network. It was first aired on March 22, 2010. It is a romantic comedy about a top star who finds himself living with his manager, a 35 year old woman who is trying to earn money to get custody of her child. The first episode of Oh! My Lady scored 10 percent according to TNS Korea and 11.5 percent by AGB Nielsen Media Research.
Ms Panda and Mr Hedgehog is a South Korean romantic comedy television series starring Lee Donghae of Super Junior and Yoon Seung-ah. It was broadcast on Channel A from August 18, 2012 to October 7, 2012. The story is about Go Seung-ji, a prickly patissier who teams up with Pan Da-yang, an easygoing pastry shop owner, to open a successful new cafe.
The Japanese call them hikikomori-people who've become so withdrawn socially that they refuse to leave their homes for weeks and even months at a time. For Sasami Tsukuyomi, who's attempting to pass her first year of high school despite being a shut in, it's more than just a word. Fortunately though, she lives with her older brother Kamiomi, who just happens to be a teacher at the school Sasami is supposed to attend. Not to mention, her "Brother Surveillance Tool" which lets her view the outside world via her computer and will, theoretically, allow her to readjust to interfacing with people again. What it mainly does, however, is let her view her brother's interactions with the three very odd Yagami sisters, who inexplicably seem to have had their ages reversed and have various types of "interest" in Kamiomi. And then things start to get really weird... Magical powers? Everything turning into chocolate? Is life via the web warping Sasami's brain, or is it the universe that's going ...