Portrays the life of Moisés (12), Antoni (12), Luís (13) and Chito (13), several cuentahistorias (storyteller) children who make a living by telling stories in prose about the town Juan Griego, in exchange for tips, to the hundreds of people who visit Fortín de la Galera on Margarita Island in Venezuela. Every day they compete, playing, joking and sometimes a bit of tussling, with other children from the town for the opportunity to tell "the story" to the tourists who climb the hill to enjoy the view of the bay, especially as the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea. They must be cunning because there are other storytellers who are older and who left school a long time ago, who are misbehaved, and every day confront them and try to take away their money.
Ji Seung Yeon fails her audition piece for an English music college by severely modernizing it, secretly returning home to South Korea in shame. Hiding out at her painfully shy friend's house, she joins him in auditioning to replace popular members of a boy band who are getting too old. Together, she and her friend make it through to a finalized group of eight competing for the few opening spots. No one but her friend and her uncle (director of the pop music company) and his assistant know she's a girl. The leader of the boy band, not in the know, starts questioning his orientation when finding himself progressively attracted to this "boy."
Abrázame muy fuerte is a Mexican telenovela that aired in 2000–2001, under the production of Salvador Mejia and with Aracely Arámbula and Fernando Colunga as the protagonists.