Crunchyroll Streams Brand New Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Korean Dramas: 90 Days Time to Love, Merry Mary, My Life's Golden Age and Yi-San
Leading Online Anime Distributor Launches New Korean Drama Series
San Francisco, California (May 11, 2009) – Crunchyroll, the online world's number one destination for Asian content, will conclude its mass streaming release of Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Korean drama titles with 90 DAYS TIME TO LOVE, MERRY MARY, MY LIFE'S GOLDEN AGE and YI-SAN (episodes 39-77 of 77) legally and for free to users. More information can be found at www.crunchyroll.com/drama.
These Korean drama titles are free for all users in the U.S., Canada and U.S. provinces.
90 DAYS TIME TO LOVE
There is a man whose life that will end in 90 days. Although he's already married, he wishes to find his true love and spend the rest of his remaining days with her. This woman will be the hall elder sister. Will they who are secretly in love commit incest within ninety days?
This is a story about fate that surpasses taboo and a love that surpasses morality. Here, at the peak of his life at thirty-one years of age, is a man who is fated to vanish into space as a mere speck of dust in three short months.
The fall of 2006, a man and a woman were fated to meet, but their hearts were destined to be broken in the end. They are now desperately pleading for 90 days in which to love each other for the last time on earth. If you were this man's wife, or this woman's husband, how would you answer their pleas that transgresses both morality and taboo...?
MERRY MARY introduces the main characters, Mary and Daegu, who will redefine the meaning of happiness. These are like the young people who live in your neighborhood...People who keep their chins up even though they are poor and live a tough life. She is a woman who is full of laughter! And he is a man who shines with happiness! You'll discover happiness when you begin sharing and joining them on this incredible story.
MY LIFE'S GOLDEN AGE
In order to bring about a hwang-geum-ki (golden period of life) in their children's lives, a remarried couple names their children uniquely: Lee Hwang, Lee Geum and Lee Ki. However, little do the parents know that there are many trials and tribulation before the golden period of life.
Lee Hwang (Moon So-ri) is the smart, aloof one who works at a publishing company as a designer. Her life seems very much in control, with a seemingly loving husband and an adorable daughter, but there is more than meets the eye for her married life turns out to be anything but perfect…
Lee Geum (Lee So-yeon) has two secrets: one, she's still paying the hospital bill for her birthfather and it's putting her heavily in debt; and two, she has CML (chronic myelogenous leukemia). Regardless, she's bright and cheerful as she coaches a track team. When she fatefully meets Ko Kyung-woo (Shin Seong-rok) and becomes tangled up in a contract marriage, things start spiraling out of control…
Lee Ki (Shin Yi-han) has a set life: he finished med school and is an intern at a hospital. But in order to live his true dream, he quits and starts training to become a musical actor. As he secretly attends dance lessons while pretending to still work at the hospital, he must deal with the troubles of his sisters as well as the fact that he just may be falling in love with his sister-in-law…
A family drama about the relationship between parent and child, brothers and sisters, romance, marriage, divorce, reconciliation, dreams and hope.
YI-SAN (episodes 1-38 of 77)
In the late 18th century, Lee San became the 22nd kind of the Joseon Dynasty! It was the most tumultuous times ever seen in the 500-year-old Joseon monarchy!
He was an open-minded, wise king who championed democratic values. The stories of his glorious triumphs, ordeals, regrets, and historical achievements are shown in this TV drama.
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