The main characters of "Searchin' for My Polestar" are 7 friends that met at college while in the astronomic observation club "Sagittarius." Being in the club was just an excuse for them to go to the beach in summer, and skiing in winter. Actually, the only time they ever observed any stars was at summer camp during their senior year.
Dreaming of a bright future, the seven exchange vows for eternal friendship. However, over the next several years, their busy schedules cause them to begin drifting apart.
It's been 3 years since that summer when they laughed together gazing at the stars. Will their friendship continue to drift farther and farther apart? Or will they manage to strengthen their friendship again? --Fuji TV
Totally immersed in research, Jonouchi Jun has been turning her back on "beauty" and "femininity." Realizing that she may be a "imitation girl" who gives up all that sort of thing, she starts to investigate the latest fashion trends and beauty tips with her colleagues, Maeda Mitsuko and Sato Seira. Find out how "imitation girls" with only science background strive in self-exploration and boost their femininity
Dong-Joo (Lee Dong-Geon) and Ki-Tae (Seong-su Kim) are both abandoned by parents and brought up in an orphanage as best friends. The friendship of the 3 people starts as Ji-Soo (Kim Ha-Neul) is transferred to Dong-Joo’s and Ki-Tae’s school. Ji-Soo envies the strong friendship between Dong-Joo and Ki-Tae, but starts to grow special feelings towards Dong-ju. One day Dong-ju jumps into the water to find Ji-Soo’s ocarina and he becomes missing since.
Ji-Soo and Ki-Tae believes that he is dead. Meanwhile, a Japanese couple discovers Dong-Ju, and takes him back to Japan with them. Ki-Tae naturally takes over Dong-Joo’s place and he and Ji-Soo become lovers. However after twelve years, Dong-Joo comes back as a Japanese gentleman and he manages to find Ki-Tae and Ji-Soo. He is first happy to find his past memories, but as his feelings for Ji-Soo comes back, the friendship between Dong-Joo and Ki-Tae starts to drift apart.
A bitter-sweet and uplifting comedy drama about a young girl Mio and her brother Kazuki. To treat her illness overseas, Mio has been living away from her older brother Kazuki for the past ten years. After learning about the upcoming surgery, which she has only a fifty percent chance of survival, Mio decides to fly back to Japan to spend time with Kazuki. Looking forward to seeing his sweet younger sister, Kazuki anxiously awaits Mio's return in Japan. However, their reunion is nothing but full of surprises as Mio has transformed from the innocent sickly girl Kazuki remembers from ten years ago into a sassy woman with an attitude. Kazuki has difficulty dealing with his wickedly selfish younger sister, but soon learns about the truth of her medical condition and has a change of heart.