Thank you so much, donilpark. But, i got to the site, typed in my id and password, but it's coming up as invalid. maybe i have to use IE or maybe i have to type my id and password in hangul? hmm thanks so much anyway, i'm not giving up just yet.
Did you successfully register? And yes, I think you may have to use IE, because they use ActiveX script. And you type your id in English if that's the one you registered with. So, when you click on either the orange button that says 56K or the green button that says 300K, a popup window should come up and ask for your id and password. Then you log in and the video should run in an embedded Windows Media Player.
I assume you're refering to Conpia? I was curious how the payment system there works, especially for foreigners. Do they take American credit cards?
The "Foreigner living abroad" button on the registration page gives me a gibberish alert box, saying to contact the webmaster. I wonder if I could use the "Foreigner liveing in Korea" one instead.
I have no idea. But since Foreigner living abroad doesn't work, perhaps I would try registering using Foreigner living in Korea and ask the webmaster about it. You have to send a copy of your passport anyway.
This show is still in production in Korea, with 50 - 70 more episodes to go (Friday was ep 104 there). Many times, the writer and/or director of a daily drama may make a big change in the planned story, so even they may not know how the drama is going to end.