A wise man once told me the first South Korean-made soap opera you see is the best one ever made, so I never bothered to seek out a followup to ALL ABOUT EVE, which has all the ingredients I would probably want in any modern TV series anyway; cute girls, handsome men, amusing-but-sparsely-used tertiary characters, a certain amount of realism [not everyone is rail-thin and young] and a lack of cliched bullshit -- of course, the latter may simply be me not recognizing the cliched bullshit because I'm not seeing the unique US-grown corn in it.
Hulu has a page of all 20 episodes in the series, although the actual videos are hosted on partner site Drama Fever.
To celebrate not having to arrange for my DVDs of the series to be dug out of storage and mailed to me if I ever have this particular pop-culture itch to scratch, I just wrote a senryu about the series:
"Roll My Eyes Skyward
To Keep The Tears From Falling;
Hyong Chul, Notice Me."
It's really only the difficulty for Westerners to say his name without giggling that's preventing Jang Dong-gun from becoming a star over here. That guy kicks ass on screen in ways that only middle-aged Britishers can do right now [go buy/rent/torrent/search YouTube for TAEGUKGI: THE BROTHERHOOD OF WAR] and, unlike your Chow Yun Fats and Jet Lis, Jang can portray more than one character. He just needs to change his name to something that even a fan can't resist singing to Kiss' "Love Gun" and annoying the cats he's sitting this week: DONG GUUUUUUUUUUN DOooOONG GUUUUUUUUU-UNNNNNNN JANG-JANG-JANGJANG JANG-JANG-JANGJANG JANG-JANG-JANGJANG-JANG-JANG-JANGJANG-JANG-JANG-JANGJANG-JANG-JANG-JANGJANG