Drama: Entertainer (literal title)
Revised romanization: Ddanddara
Hangul: 딴따라
Director: Hong Sung-Chang
Writer: Yoo Young-A
Network: SBS
Episodes: 18
Release Date: April 20 – June 16, 2016
Runtime: Wed. & Thu. 22:00
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea

Shin Suk-Ho (Ji Sung) works for Top Entertainment Company as a director, but he is about to start his own company Mango. He will take with him the boy group Jakson who are bout to end their contract with Top Entertainment Company. Lee Joon-Suk (Jeon No-Min) is the CEO of Top Entertainment Company and he will not let Shin Suk-Ho start his own company. He orders Kim Joo-Han (Heo Joon-Seok) to create a dirty scheme. Due to the scheme, Suk-Ho gets locked up in prison for DUI and he loses the boy group Jakson to Top Entertainment Company. Without Jakson, Shin Suk-Ho’s new company finds itself in a difficult situation. Suk-Ho goes to Busan to borrow money, but he gets humiliated. He becomes extremely frustrated by everything. At that time, he hears a private institute’s promotional song. The song wakes him up and he walks over to the private institute to find out who sang the song.

In Busan, Ha-Neul (Kang Min-Hyuk) is a high school student. His older sister is Geu-Rin (Hyeri). They are each other’s only family members as their parents died in a car accident. Geu-Rin takes time off from college to work part-time. Ha-Neul is then falsely accused of sexual harassment by his female friend and he is placed on probation by the court. Ha-Neul decides to not go to college and to not sing which he wanted to do so much. Ha-Neul is also the person who sang the private institute’s promotional song. The next day, Suk-Ho finds out the identity of the singer. He follows Ha-Neul. Ha-Neul, going through dark times because of the sexual harassment claim, stands on the ledge of a building. At that time, Suk-Ho tells Ha-Neul “Die later. Now you will do what you want to do. Sing.”