Mg Myo Min
The Third CharmJoon-Young is a 20-year-old university student. He is a neat, good student, wearing unassuming glasses, jeans, white socks and white sneakers. He doesn't care about fashion. Joon-Young plans more than necessary and he is sensitive. Joon-Young then takes part in his first blind date. There, Joon-Young meets Young-Jae and they begin to date. Young-Jae, is also 20-years-old, is emotional, spontaneous and honest. She doesn't have parents, but she is really close to her older brother. They live together and rely on each other. Her dream is to become rich and she decided to work as a hairdresser's assistant rather than going to a university. A friend then dragged her to a blind meeting with a university student. There, she meets Joon-Young who has a totally different personality from her. A romantic comedy that follows the realistic romance of two individuals with completely opposite personalities who unexpectedly met on a group blind date. The GuardiansOver the next few decades, the Baby Boomer generation will reach senior citizen status and bequeath more than 30 trillion dollars. An unprecedented shift of wealth will pass from one generation to the next. With this shift comes the temptation and opportunity for appalling greed and cold-hearted abuse by those very people charged with protecting society’s most vulnerable citizens. Elderly people are disappearing in Las Vegas. Deemed incompetent, they are removed from their homes, drugged, and dumped in nursing homes against their will. Their autonomy is stolen, dignity destroyed, and life savings gradually pillaged — all without their consent. This multi-million-dollar scam is perpetrated by “The Guardians” – the very people sworn to protect the vulnerable among us. Abetted by a network of crooked judges, lawyers, and healthcare practitioners, these guardians execute an unscrupulous scheme, perfected over 30 years, that profits from the largest transfer of wealth in history. Nothing and no one has stood in their way. Until now.