And finally with the weekend coming up, viewers can expect some fun and exciting new movies in theaters.
A comedy about a kidnapping: another comedy about men who escape their dull life and the final in an action series about a CIA agent's journey to find his identity are this week's stories.
Kim Minjung has more.
This week we have a mixture of comedies and a thriller showing on the nation's screens.
First we have the Korean movie ''Mission Possible Kidnapping Granny K,'' where three men kidnap a grandma who owns a popular restaurant in the neighborhood.
A jobless bum and two downtrodden souls kidnap Granny K, hoping to make some money.
But Granny K turns out not to be the laid back, weak woman they expected.
Next up is ''The Happy Life,'' a story of three friends who rediscover their passion when a beloved friend passes away.
The trio look back on their youthful days when they all played in a band.
Sending off a friend so suddenly awakens their passion for music.
And they bring in their friend's son to take the original member's place.
Made by director Lee Joonik, famous for the blockbuster ''The King And The Clown,'' the film gives a message to be alive and take chances in life because you only have one shot.
And from the U.S., there's ''The Bourne Ultimatum,'' the latest in the ''Jason Bourne'' series in which former CIA agent Jason Bourne is on a journey to find his lost identity.
The series, which has already opened in the United States, boils down to a complicated story of little dialogue and lots of mind-blowing action.
Kim Minjung, Arirang News.