JS Pictures

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JS Pictures
Native name
Korean name
Revised Romanization Jeieseu Pikcheoseu
McCune–Reischauer Cheiesŭ P'ikch'yŏsŭ
Type Joint-stock company
Industry Production company
Genre Korean drama
Founded1999 (1999)
  • Lee Jin-seok
  • Ji Seok-ho
Headquarters121, Wausan-ro, Seogyo-dong, Mapo District, ,
South Korea
Number of locations
South Korea
Key people
  • Lee Jin-seok (CEO and TV series director)
ProductsTV series
  • TV series production
  • Actor management
Parent CJ ENM
Website jspictures.tv/en

JS Pictures (Korean : 제이에스픽쳐스; RR : Jeieseu Pikcheoseu) is a South Korean actor management and Korean drama production company, founded in 1999 by the director and producer Lee Jin-seok. It currently operates as a subsidiary of CJ ENM. [1]



YearTitleOriginal titleNetworkNotes
2000 Medical Center  [ ko ]메디컬 센터 SBS TV
2001 Wuri's Family 우리집 MBC TV
Four Sisters 네 자매 이야기
Piano 피아노SBS TV
2002 Let's Get Married 결혼합시다 KBS2
Rival 라이벌SBS TV
My Love Patzzi 내 사랑 팥쥐MBC TV
2003 Land of Wine 술의 나라SBS TV
She is Cool 그녀는 짱KBS2
2004 Say You Love Me 사랑한다 말해줘MBC TV
Into the Storm 폭풍 속으로SBS TV
War of the Roses 장미의 전쟁MBC TV
My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law 형수님은 열아홉SBS TV
Love Story in Harvard 러브스토리 인 하버드Co-produced with Logos Film
2005 Wonderful Life 원더풀 라이프MBC TV
Golden Apple 황금사과KBS2
2006 Love Can't Wait 사랑은 아무도 못말려MBC TV
101st Marriage Proposal 101번째 프러포즈SBS TVCo-produced with KN Entertainment
Love Me When You Can 있을때 잘해MBC TV
Cloud Stairs 구름계단KBS2
My Love 마이 러브SBS TV
2007 Catch a Kang Nam Mother 강남엄마 따라잡기
Capital Scandal 경성 스캔들KBS2
She Scared 그 여자가 무서워SBS TV
New Heart 뉴하트MBC TV
2008 I Love You 사랑해SBS TV
Gourmet 식객
Working Mom 워킹맘co-produced with Rainbow Pictures
2009 Tae Hee, Hye Kyo, Ji Hyun 태희혜교지현이MBC TV
Three Brothers 수상한 삼형제KBS2
2010 Harvest Villa 위기일발 풍년빌라 TVN
OB & GY 산부인과SBS TV
Giant 자이언트
2011 Midas 마이더스
I Need Romance 로맨스가 필요해tvN
Heartstrings 넌 내게 반했어MBC TV
2012 History of a Salaryman 샐러리맨 초한지SBS TV
21st Century Family 21세기 가족tvN
Tasty Life 맛있는 인생SBS TV
I Need Romance 2012 로맨스가 필요해 2012tvN
2013 Incarnation of Money 돈의 화신SBS TV
The Virus 더 바이러스 OCN
Nine: Nine Time Travels 나인: 아홉 번의 시간여행tvN
Crazy Love 미친사랑
Can't Stand Anymore 더 이상은 못 참아 JTBC
Two Weeks 투윅스MBC TV
2014 I Need Romance 3 로맨스가 필요해 3tvN
A New Leaf 개과천선MBC TV
Lovers of Music 트로트의 연인KBS2
The Three Musketeers 삼총사tvNCo-produced with Chorokbaem Media
Discovery of Love 연애의 발견KBS2
2015 Twenty Again 두번째 스무살tvNCo-produced with AStory
Ex-Girlfriend Club 구여친클럽
Enchanting Neighbor 황홀한 이웃SBS TV
2016 Moorim School 무림학교KBS2
2017 Strong Woman Do Bong-soon 힘쎈여자 도봉순jtbcCo-produced with Drama House and J Content Hub
Return of Fortunate Bok 돌아온 복단지MBC TVCo-produced with AYIN Holdings
The Lady in Dignity 품위있는 그녀jtbcCo-produced with Drama House and J Content Hub
Avengers Social Club 부암동 복수자들tvNCo-produced with Studio Dragon
A Korean Odyssey 화유기
2018 Drama Stage: Our Place's Tasty Soybean Paste 우리 집은 맛나 된장 맛나
Tale of Fairy 계룡선녀전
2019 Spring Turns to Spring 봄이 오나 봄MBC TV
He Is Psychometric 사이코메트리 그녀석tvNCo-produced with Studio Dragon
One Spring Night 봄밤MBC TV
Class of Lies 미스터 기간제OCNCo-produced with Studio Dragon
2020 Money Game 머니게임tvN
2021 Mine 마인
Bossam: Steal the Fate 보쌈-운명을 훔치다 MBN Co-produced with EL Rise
Chimera 키마이라OCN [2]
TBAFall from the Sky하늘에서 떨어진 폴tvNCo-produced with Studio Dragon

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