Synopsis[ edit ] Yang Eun-bi Lee Chung-ah is a university student in her mid s, preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She accidentally encounters Cha Chi-soo Jung Il-woo , the arrogant heir to the biggest food conglomerate in South Korea. Cha Chi-soo, newly homed after a failed attempt to attend school in New York City, fascinates women with his good looks and easy charm. Eun-bi was initially attracted to him, until she found out that he was only a high school senior, and thus 6 years younger than her. However, her student-teaching assignment finds her not only working at the high school that Chi-soo’s family owns, but teaching his homeroom class. She grows to dislike him for his arrogance and lack of empathy. He, on the other hand, becomes fascinated with her because she is outspoken and athletic, unlike the other women he knows. Yet, he does not interpret the fascination as romantic interest, as he was out of her league and he usually only dates pretty, self-interested girls like Yoon So-yi – a ballet student now dating Chi-soo’s rebellious classmate, Kim Ba-wool. Eun-bi resists her attraction in turn, believing Chi-soo is only toying with her. Eun-bi was looking for a more serious relationship, after being dumped by a cheating ex-boyfriend while waiting for him to complete his mandatory military service.

Choi Soo-young

Life and career[ edit ] — Entertainment Open Audition when she was in fifth grade. Entertainment and eventually debuted in South Korea as a member of the girl group Girls’ Generation in August

The two designers are worlds apart in temperament and their approach to tradition, but their mutual love of fashion creates an unexpected bond between them, even when conflict arises.

She is never far from a confrontation, whether it be a good-natured spat with her colleage Mr. Park or a jealous row with her rival Okja, or a volley of complaints fired at her daughter-in-law. But one day she receives a painful blow which catches her off guard. Her son and the rest of his family would like her to move to a nursing home. Stunned and despondent, she walks out of the house and starts aimlessly wandering the streets.

It’s then that she comes across a curiously old-fashioned looking photo studio known as “Youth Photo. The friendly proprietor, who carries a knowing glint in his eye, takes her picture. It’s only later, after she’s left the studio and is riding the bus, that she sees her reflection in the window and realizes that something fundamental has changed.

Lee Chung Ah

Do Bong-soon was born with superhuman strength. Her strength is hereditary and passed along only to the women in her family. Her dream is to create a video game with herself as the main character. She desperately wants to become a willowy and elegant woman, which is the ideal type of her crush, In Guk-doo, a police officer.

Thanks to a well-crafted script and strong acting, we quickly begin to identify with the characters on the screen.

I decided to create a separate blog post for additional Korean dramas. I thought this list is getting too long and some of you might be having hard time loading the page. Please click here to check the part 2 of this list. I would say I used to hate Romantic Comedy dramas. And then I met my husband, Lee Min Ho. I know they were crap, but some unspecified addictive chemical in them kept me drinking. And because I got too addicted to it, I came up with an idea to embark on a quest to find the good quality romantic comedies.

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Jonghyun – Blinking Game (눈싸움)

He has recently received anonymous threats, blackmails, and has even been stalked at an occasion.

My List of Best Romantic Comedy Korean Drama – Most Highly Recommended

But I truly wish, in my dreams, that second lead would be given a chance to live a happy life as well.

My List of Best Romantic Comedy Korean Drama – Most Highly Recommended

The chemistry between the leads is more than enough reason for you to watch this drama.

Lee Chung Ah

Yi Sun-shin, the admiral famed for his victories against the Japanese Navy during Hideyoshi’s invasions of Korea in