Set in a hypothetical constitutional monarchy in 2018, The Last Empress, follows the story of a musical actress who marries the Emperor of the Korean Empire. As she tries to ease into a life of royalty she gets entangled in the murder of the emperor’s grandmother which eventually led to the downfall of the imperial family, all while searching for true love.
Sisyphus: The Myth is JTBC’s 10th anniversary K-drama inspired by the Greek drama of the same name. It jumps between two timelines—future that has been ravaged by war and is in dire need of resources, and the present where Kang Seo-hae (Park Shin-hye) has traveled to, in order to stop Han Tae-sul (Cho Seung-woo) from creating a time machine. This is in contrast to the present timeline where all is well and destruction has not yet taken root.
Jeong Seo-yeon has a hard life even though she has been trying to find happiness in her life. Just as she loses all hope of living, she comes across 9.9 Billion. Kang Tae-woo, an ex-detective, tries to uncover his brother’s death that he suspects to be related to the 9.9 Billion. Can she hold on to this huge sum of money?