Taeyang has come from overseas. He is on an exchange program for a university in Seoul. He has been studying Korean, yet he is still not very fluent. Taeyang is also majoring in the art department to become...
Erika... is the story of a woman searching for any information possible on her deceased mother who she never knew her whole life. Along the way she discovers the hidden passions, and betrayals that her mother had to face all the way along her short lived life. From the abandonment of her original husband to run away to China, to the love of her life whirling her up in such a fast pace that she could barely hold on for life...there is so much and more left in this story of a woman Japan hated, and a mother her little girl never knew.
"You don't belong here." His voice challenged her even in the way it rose up and down threatening her. Telling her that he wanted her to leave. He was upset with her. Why wouldn't he be? She'd wrecked everything. She'd wrecked him.
That was all she'd been good for. That was her purpose.
So why did she feel like crying when she saw him in front of her? Why did she want to save him? And why did she want to turn her back on everything she'd learned all her life to have him trust her again?
Tomomasa Rie has always wanted to be a cop and she's on her way to becoming the most stellar officer in Tokyo after busting a large drug ring in Akihabara.
But when she goes undercover to stop a large cocaine shipment from entering the country Rie gets trapped in her new identity, the Takuya clan's family issues and under the hold of the very dangerous Ikuta Toma, who can't decide whether he wants to kill her...or kiss her.
Yamashita Tomohisa, an idol and actor who takes in a destitute person to live with.
Inoue Mao, a penniless heiress wondering the streets of Tokyo with twelve months of freedom in her calendar happens to stay under one roof with one of the most sought out man in the entertainment industry of Japan.
Two people with different personalities, background and circumstances end up living together. One thing leads to another... and so the story is told.
You know that stereotypical creepy house that no one goes near? That house that screams “enter at your own risk”? Well, what happens when 14 strangers ignore the warning and enter the house, and get sucked into a game they never expected?