He possesses a near-perfect appearance, enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing, and speed, and a cynical, jaded view regarding human beings.
As time goes by, Min-joon is forced to take on a new identity every ten years, as his human appearance never ages. With only three months left before his long-awaited departure back to space, he meets Cheon Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun), a famous Hallyu actress who suddenly becomes his next-door neighbour.
Slowly, he finds himself entangled in Song-yi's crazy and unpredictable situations, and finds out that she looks like the young girl he fell in love with in the Joseon era.
You will notice a lot of American music in Korean dramas, especially during restaurant scenes. And the selections may surprise you (70s pop songs seem to be particularly popular).First of all, most dramas are produced as a complete series with a fully developed storyline for a specific number of episodes (1-100 ), after which the series ends and the actors move on to a new one.Occasionally, extra episodes or even an additional season is added to extend an extremely popular drama, but this is unusual.Today's mini deurama format of 12–24 episodes started in the 1990s, transforming traditional historical series to this format and creating the notion of "fusion sageuks".Korean dramas are usually shot within a very tight schedule, often a few hours before actual broadcast.Dramas are typically aired at the rate of two episodes a week, on back-to-back nights, although there are also weekly and daily series.