The Family is the remake of the 2014 hit Korean drama “What Happens to My Family”. Single dad Fang Yong Fu (Li Li Qun) doesn’t have it easy with his three children. His still unmarried eldest daughter Tian Xin (Dong Jie) works sucessfully as the CEO’s secretary in a conglomerate. But everything changes when the CEO’s son Wang Shuo (Ronald Zhai) appears and misunderstands her relationship with his father. The eldest son Tian Yi (Roy Chiu) works as oncologist but is ashamed of his poor family. And the youngest son Xiao Long (Ren Yu Jie), the biggest troublemaker, is unemployed. Chaos becomes perfect when Li Yue Yue (Hong Jia Ning), a girl from the countryside, suddenly appears at their door.
Did she bite off more than she can chew? Bai Xin Xin (Cai Wen Jing) is a first-year medical intern who crosses paths with Shen Yi Zhen (Zhang Yi Shan), a man from a wealthy family. When Xin Xin is roped into becoming the personal attending physician for Yi Zhen, she doesn’t understand what she signed up for until it’s too late. As Yi Zhen’s seven different personalities begin to emerge, so too do dark secrets from his cruel family history. Can Xin Xin help the many faces of Yi Zhen recover from his painful past?
Adapted from the Korean hit drama “Dear My Friends”, Dear Them tells the story of a couple of friends who have reached an old age and support each other while trying to let go of all worldly worries. From the perspective of Gu Jia Yi (Jiang Yan), we learn about her mother and her mother’s friends’ lifes and struggles.
Shanghai, 1930s. Shen Shijun, a young engineer, has fallen in love with his colleague, the beautiful Gu Manzhen. He is determined to resist his family’s efforts to match him with his wealthy cousin so that he can marry her. But dark circumstances—a lustful brother-in-law, a treacherous sister, a family secret—force the two young lovers apart. As Manzhen and Shijun go on their separate paths, they lose track of one another, and their lives become filled with feints and schemes, missed connections and tragic misunderstandings. At every turn, societal expectations seem to thwart their prospects for happiness. Still, Manzhen and Shijun dare to hold out hope—however slim—that they might one day meet again. A glamorous, wrenching tale set against the glittering backdrop of an extraordinary city, Half a Lifelong Romance is a beloved classic from one of the essential writers of twentieth-century China.
Ai Luo Man (Zhang Tian Ai) is an outstanding and independent career woman with good qualifications, however, she is not favored by men. She even got told by her ex-boyfriend that nobody would dare to love her due to her difficult character. Her best friend of fifteen years is Lu Fei (Zhang Ruo Yun), a gentle and easy-going man who is always ready to adapt to others and loves cooking and taking care of his house and plants. Women love him, nevertheless, he hasn’t dated a lot and doesn’t even want to consider marriage. Both Luo Man and Lu Fei have already reached their thirties and strive to better themselves and live a better life in the big city. While doing so, they finally find love as well.
When We Were Young revolves around twins (both played by Zhang Xue Ying). One is raised by an adopted mother and the other is raised in an orphanage. One twist of fate and a lot of bullying leads the orphanage sister to commit suicide but she’s saved by her twin and they switched identity to solve some mysteries within the school.
Adaptation of the 2013 hit movie American Dreams in China. Chinese Partner depicts the journey of three male friends from being young and naive university students in the 1990s to becoming lead figures in the IT business. While working hard together towards their goals, their commitment to their friendship and dreams is tested.
Adapted from the 2016 Korean drama Age of Youth, this drama depicts the lives and loves of five female university students who share a house together.
Remake of the 2007 Korean hit drama Coffee Prince: A tomboy is mistaken for a young man, but maintains the deception for the sake of employment in a coffee shop that only hires male workers. The situation gets complicated when her male boss begins to develop feelings for this “boy”.
This is the story of a single mom, her HIV-positive daughter and a doctor that walks into their lives. Li Xiao Han (Liu Shi Shi) is the comely single mom whose angelic little girl unknowingly contracts HIV. An Jie Luo (Ming Dao) is an accomplished doctor who loses his girlfriend to a terminal illness and then goes looking for the mother-daughter pair to fulfill his girlfriend’s dying wish.