The goddess is greeted by dancing flowers and fairies. The devil comes and takes her away to be his queen. She's despondent, as winter settles in above ground. But the devil isn't happy either, and offers anything to make her happy. They reach an agreement: she'll spend six months above ground and six below. Thus we have seasons.
A coming-of-age story about young love and brotherhood among a group of young adults who lived during the revolutionary times in Beijing.
A late summer night in 1990 a young pregnant woman is brutally murdered by being buried in the sand, to slowly become submerged by the tide. 25 years later, the sadistic murder remains unsolved. Olivia Rönning receives the task of studying the case as a cold case exercise at the Police Academy. Olivia becomes almost obsessed with the murder when she discovers that her father previously worked with the investigation. She quickly realizes that she must get a hold of the principal investigator, detective Tom Stilton, but he seems to have disappeared from the face of the Earth.
Spring was a Flemish television soap made by Studio 100 for children's channel Ketnet. Six seasons were taped between 2002 and 2007 during the summer period.
Naoko Kishikawa is a 31 year-old single who works for the undergarment section at a departmental store. She lives with her parents and a younger sister. One day, she meets a Korean photographer, Lee Ji-won. Ji-won's presence gradually changes Naoko and her family.
Eight bakers compete, preparing delicious springtime desserts for the chance to win the grand prize of $50,000.
The story of an amnesiac young woman to become a successful shoemaker while also searching for her identity and get the justice for her father's death.
Dal-ja's Spring is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy television series starring Chae Rim, Lee Min-ki, Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Hye-young and Gong Hyung-jin. It aired on KBS2 from January 3 to March 15, 2007 on Wednesdays ands Thursday at 21:55 for 22 episodes. Chae Rim won Top Excellence Award, Actress at the 2007 KBS Drama Awards.
The group tries to find a way out of a world trying to keep them there. They managed to get away, but not without a few sacrifices. They end up in Kurogane's home world. Sakura-hime is trapped in the dream world. When Real Syaoran goes to save her Clone Syaoran appears.
Spring Day is a 2005 South Korean television drama series starring Go Hyun-jung, Zo In-sung, and Ji Jin-hee. Loosely adapted from the 1995 Japanese drama Heaven's Coins, it aired on SBS from January 8 to March 13, 2005 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 20 episodes. The series marked Go Hyun-jung's acting comeback 10 years after she retired from the entertainment industry upon marriage to a chaebol. Largely due to Go, Spring Day became the 10th most popular Korean drama of 2005 with an average viewer rating of 30 percent.
Spring Love is a 2013 Taiwanese idol television drama series. The show was produced and filmed by GTV and it stars Mike He as the main male lead with Lin Ying Zhen from Taiwanese girl group PopU Lady as the main female lead. The show started filming on August 13, 2012 and will continue to film till February 1, 2013. The first episode was aired on January 27, 2013 on FTV.
At the end of her first year of high school, Futaba Yoshioka suddenly has a chance encounter with her first love, Tanaka Kou. Three years ago, he transferred schools before she was able to say how she felt about him. After meeting each other again, Futaba realizes that he has gone through many changes. He acts more cool and even had his last name changed to Mabuchi. Gradually the two rekindle their love while piecing together what had happened in the time that they were apart.
Mal Ja who is a part-time worker at a PR company loves all living creatures, but she has experienced a trauma with horses.
A Soviet spy is tasked with disrupting the negotiations between Karl Wolff and Allen Dulles taking place in Switzerland, aimed at forging a separate peace between Germany and the Western Allies.
Countryfile spin-off series unveiling the secrets of spring
Where Was Spring? is a British television sketch comedy programme, which was first aired by the BBC in 1969-70. The cast consisted of Eleanor Bron and John Fortune, two stalwarts of the British Satire scene in the 1960s. The show consisted of a series of two-handed sketches performed by Bron and Fortune, mostly playing married or romantic couples though often not seen romantically. The sketches were performed in a television studio setting which reinforced the sophistication of the scripts. One distinctive feature of the show's style were stylised photographs of both Bron and Fortune dressed as Graeco-Roman Gods, perhaps illustrative of the perfection or imperfection of classic male-female relationships. Recordings of the show are believed to have been wiped by the BBC as part of an economy measure. Many of the sketches were reproduced in the book Is Your Marriage Really Necessary? by Eleanor Bron and John Fortune.