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Download as PDF Printable version. Promotional poster. Workplace Drama. This show is hands down the best drama I've seen and rightfully has earned a spot in my Forever Favorites list.
No other drama has spoken to me in such a real way. As someone in middle management in an office environment, I've taken a few lessons from Chief Oh.
I admit that I want to see what if anything! I'd also like to see the return of that head of finance, she was awesome!
Ma finally getting his comeuppance I was waiting for it this season and it never came! I'll comment on 3: Comeuppance?
But on the other hand, there is always going to be a Mgr. Ma type in an office, so? Maybe Season 2 if there's one they can show a young Mgr Ma or appropriately a newbie Ma.
Perhaps he had his struggles, too and something tragic happened and he became an asshat That man was born nasty??
This, too, was a perfect commentary on the hidebound corporate culture - the entrenched assholes never lose their jobs - and that fact is why Chief Oh kept a resignation letter in his desk.
The difference between Manager Chun's statement that work isn't supposed to be fun and Dong Sik's enjoyment of his job under Chief Oh is another stark contrast.
One Intl has kind of a toxic workplace - Chief Oh's business will flourish in part because all the employees find joy in their work.
I found it interesting that Asst Mgr Sung wasn't fired or - at the least - demoted for his actions.
All the corporate places I've worked, giving preferential treatment to a company based on a personal relationship would have brought swift and terrible retribution.
More toxic atmosphere, there - jerkfaces flourish, nice guys get ground down and have to work by the bathrooms.
I'm not sure I want to see Geu-rae with the kindergarten teacher, I was ok with the idea of a love line I would be quite open to seeing Geu-rae develop a love line with someone else, though.
As long as any love lines are in keeping with the tone of the story that is. I was thinking about this too I didn't like the following around, but also by this moment in time they met more than two years ago they met very much at the beginning of Geu-rae's 2-year contract.
They only interaction they've had is that outing with Dong-sik, but that's it. I'd find that creepy but also very misguided.
So I would prefer a new person to be appear on the horizon for his love interest, one that Geu-rae is interested in or becomes interested in over time working with her, first being friends - the way these things happen in real life!
Even if Geu-rae was very much the quiet observer in the beginning of Misaeng, one of the things he learned over time was also to take action.
I'd like that reflected in his love life too. I didn't even think of the time gap between their interactions - that's a good point! Even weirder if she's so pushy after his repeatedly expressing that he doesn't want anything to do with her.
And Geu-rae is clearly not incapable of having romantic feelings - we all saw how he developed a whopper of a crush on Young-yi on day 1 at the office but didn't know what to do about it other than stay quiet.
I remember someone on an earlier recap saying how sweet, puppylike Geu-rae was exactly the kind of guy who becomes the rejected second lead in all conventional kdramas - which is why I'd find it even more intereesting to see how it is when he feels attracted to a girl and is willing to act on it.
I wouldn't mind if it was Young-yi because I love Kang Sora and the handling of possible love lines has been deft enough to remain flexible, i.
That is life, after all. Weird, but it does happens all the time in Asian dramas both with male and female characters.
But in real life — if someone doesn't get the message after a "no" and several weeks and multiple messages of non-response, it's at best pushy, at worst stalkerish.
I want Misaeng to stay close to life, because that's where it excelled and where it was so different from most k-dramas.
I'm on the fence about a season 2. But if it really has to happen, I'd like to see: - the same actors if the same characters reappear - GR finding his piece of paper with YES written on it and hidden in One International building pillar - an encounter between ED Choi and GR.
But in season 2, GR needs to win it. Geu-rae took out his YES! But I agree that if they plan a season 2, they have to get the cast back - our newbies, Sales Team 3, everyone.
It won't be the same without them! Oh's company continue to flourish, he might lure YY! I'd love to see Young Yi and Chief Oh working in the same team, but I'm also loath to see her give up her hard-earned place in her current job not to say she should remain stuck there for life, though!
I think it's now more of a running joke for Chief Oh to declare that he'd still rather have Young Yi. He can bluff all he likes.
We know he and Geu Rae were fated to be together! I'm pretty sure he did. If my memory is correct, he is slipping it back into the hiding place when Mrg Chun comes walking up.
I find the song at the end both funny and well suited for the drama. It's actually a Russian classic by the Great Vladimir Vysotsky himself, Koni Privedlivye, "untamed horses" free translation.
It's a song about freedom and at the same time how you kind of rush forward so fast that you do not really manage to live. I guess it suits manager Oh well.
Also, the part when he's yelling at the guy in Russian he's actually saying that he's gonna give water to the horses.
Thanks Arawn! I'd been wondering about that all along, since Ep 1. It had a Russian feel to it, and the viki translations added to that as well.
Chief Oh talked about living in Russia and sang a snippet of the song to Young-yi one time when they talked on the roof.
I found a video of Vladimir Vysotsky singing it, with English subs. If you google you'll find various sites with translations.
I have zero idea how accurate this is. Here the song is titled "Capricious Horses", which I've seen used several places. I've come across "Fastidious horses" about the same amount of times, which doesn't seem to have any connection at all, but what do I know?
In my opinion "capricious" is better. The word "privedlivyi" has several meaning and fastidious is one of them, but not suitable for this particular song.
Here the idea is that the singer cannot control his horses - he begs them to ride more slowly and laments that he had been given these "uncontrollable horses" that do not listen to his commands or even answer his whip.
This is why I used word "untamed" - of course horses here are technically tamed as they have been put before wagons but they are too wild for the driver to control.
So here privedlivyi means "difficult" but in a sense "difficult to control". Difficult horses would just sound silly For me it is always difficult to translate from Russian to English and vice versa, because my vocabulary in both is somewhat limited and especially in English I do not often grasp all the nuances of words as I am not a native speaker.
Russian is my mother tongue, true, but weaker of the two stronger one is Finnish so that adds to the problem. Thanks for all this info Arawn!
Great song. I'd watched Ep 20 before at soompi, but just re-watched it now at viki, where they sub the music. Oh gee! What am I going to do without this drama?
I guess it's not lost forever as I can always stream it whenever the urge to see my newbies pop up Thanks for all the wonderful recapping you did.
Is it sane to miss drama characters as if they're like Kennedy Rose: It's a weird lost feeling, isn't it? Like saying goodbye to friends who visited for the holiday.
I guess the ending of a good show brings both joy and melancholy. I'm get by with Pinocchio and Healer both of which I like.
Also with Valid Love and Sweden Laundry, more out of curiosity. Who's this confident young man, that wore his suit like it was made to fit him, made his travel arrangements calmly and told his boss that he's not a kid?
What a transformation in Geu Rae! And Im Siwan was able to pull it off perfectly. Excellent acting.
Understated but very natural. All's well that ends well. Instead of being stuck at a desk job, he was able to travel around the world.
I am so gonna miss this show. PS - the reason Chief Oh gave for placing his family picture face down is hilarious. Passive-aggressive wouldn't you say?
That confident man was Geu Rae. He was attractive when he was insecurity but also incredibly attractive when he exuded power and confidence.
I'll take him either way but confident Geu Rae does make my ovaries flutter. The other Geu Rae I kinda wanted to protect from the world.
Ah, how quickly men change! That's the beauty of the writing and Im Shi-wan's performance - that young man who teases his boss and tells him not to call him a kid, didn't appear out of nowhere.
The Geu-rae we saw in episode 1 has been changing and growing towards this Geu-rae for a while now, he may have been still reserved and shy but he started to come out of his shell as early as episode 3 thanks to Seok-yul.
I don't think that Baek-ki and Young-yi are now an item. They are just more relaxed in each other's presence especially Baek-ki They could develop into an item, their teasing of each other would seem to hint at that there is some interest on both sides possibly.
Because it would feel quite real if they did get together. Again, if another season happened, I wouldn't want any love story to overwhelm to overwhelm the drama.
More like this one guy photographed for Humans of Seoul said the other day "we always were friends. Oh and confidently threw back Mr.
Oh's words back at him. I'd like to think that Baek ki and Young yi are 'just friends' but they are a little too jumpy around Seok Yeol first with the shirt incident, and then at lunch with the movie reference , makes me think that something is going on they're developing feelings for each other , otherwise they would've just taken things in stride.
But the funny thing is, Seok Yeol just takes these things in stride and attributes it to friends hanging out.
No harsh teasing from him. I think they are sort of developing feelings for each other I think Seok Yeol is totally on to them.
Possibly because he can sense that neither would take the first step for different reasons. I believe that Seok Yul probably got it right away and also probably knows that they are at the very early stages in a possible romance, where it could all fall apart.
I like that he's being very sensitive and is treating BK's and YY's relationship as normal and usual so that no unnecessary tension will arise between the 2 of them as well as between the 3 of them and spoil their nice friendship.
I wouldn't mind Baek Ki and Young Yi getting together eventually although that would be a whole new series of hurdles with "procedures" at One International.
But I'd actually like to see Baek Ki get some more dating experience. Just to see him get teased by Young Yi and Seok Yul, of course.
I reckon she'd give him sound dating advice, too! Thursdaynexxt YY give "sound dating advice" yes, without a doubt. That will really be fun to see, that is, if he will reveal the fact that he is dating without being embarrassed about it.
The time they met by chance at the cinema, he tried to bluff that he was coming from a wedding but YY knew at once that he'd had a blind date LOL!!
No words can encapsulate my love for this drama. The past 10 weeks have been a pleasure mainly due to the wonderful characters in this spectacular show.
What an awesome drama! And the ending exceeds all of my expectations too. It made me cry and also made me laugh like a crazy person.
This has made into my list of favorites of all time. Thank you for all the recaps. Didn't dramabeans post a while ago that the webtoon creator and the production team are discussing Season 2 already?
I'll be eagerly waiting for it. Thank you for sharing " the road" with us. As with the others, MiSaeng is one of my all time favourite.
It captures my heart since Epi 1 when all I want to do is to console woori GR , and it never lets go as I was watching and rereading Seok Yul's heartfelt attempt to save Geu Rae in the finale.
I really doubt that there will be another drama that will affect my heart and soul the same way MiSaeng did.
The webtoon writer, the director of the drama and the entire film crew are exceptional. I might be a minority, but I actually do not want Season 2.
This drama is too good to be "messed with". Perfection happens once, why ruins it?? Any lesser caliber of director, actors might not duplicate the same quality even if we have the same Webtoon writer.
This is just my humble opinion. Again, thank you for all the recaps and all the sharing of experiences from fellow Beanies.
Our love in MiSaeng also makes us a team Happy Holidays? As long as the drama's writers rely on the source material, I think the 2nd season will be almost or as good.
Yes, but the major difference is that for Season 1 the source material was already completed, for Season 2, the webtoon writer hasn't written anything more yet.
If he keeps his head screwed on right and doesn't let the immense popularity of the drama get to his head i.
I feel a special relation to real friends. A point comes with a real friend in which one doesn't need to see or even talk to them to know that one year, ten, or forever won't make any difference-- the separation is immaterial.
I remember hearing a student friend call to me in the Denver airport whom I HADNT SEEN in 29 years, and didn't recognize--she didn't recognize me either but she said she knew my voice loud immediately--and the intervening years fell away.
Misaeng is easily the best thing I've seen on tv in any language all year - this is one drama that totally and thoroughly deserves its success.
There's no other drama out there that marries bleak reality with human warmth quite as well as it did, which I think is ultimately what got to all of us.
We all wanted our Sales Team 3 and newbies to remain at One International because it's the place they could be together, but I think it was right to have them leave one by one - like so many have said, the company certainly didn't deserve Chief Oh, or Geu-rae, or Dong-shik.
And while being forced out felt like a catastrophe, it's not the end for them. I totally got what you said on the last recap about the stakes feeling higher than just banal corporate stuff - to these people, it is their life.
Which is why it makes absolute sense to portray it that way, because it is that important to them. And I really love that this is a drama where the grand prize at the end of it all isn't to a huge chaebol business or anything fancy or heroic - it's just negotiating a difficult environment and and getting to do their jobs properly.
Fangirling to follow! I think the original manhwa artist said that the objective he had when creating Misaeng was to honor the unsung heroes of everyday life.
To show that despite everything, life is still worth living and labor is sacred. Very timely reminder and positivism especially with increasing suicide rate and negativity in Korean society.
Pogo You're right. Calling this drama depressing is a deservice to many of us who live the corporate life every work day.
I refuse to call my life depressing. And I see many of what affects me, and my colleagues, mirrored in the lives of those who work at One International.
Not to that degree, of course. But to a great many of us, Misaeng is not depressing, it is reality. We have our good days and bad days, just like they do.
That's the beauty of Misaeng, and what makes it an uplifting, wholesome drama. For what is life without hope? I've loved him and said so ever since Geu-rae slugged him on that rooftop in episode 3, when he was still just greasy comic relief to most of us.
Not one of us knew anything about Byun Yo-han he didn't even have a dramawiki page when Misaeng began, but he is the biggest dark horse to come out of the drama - talented as hell, and ridiculously good-looking once he got a haircut which I did not like at first despite its cuteness, because of the loss of irrepressible Seok-yul associated with that haircut - first time in drama history I have disliked a makeover on someone!
He's one character who's made me laugh which I expected and cry which I didn't over the course of these 20 episodes - and even in this episode alone, i was shedding buckets when he wrote the petition for Geu-rae, and then giggling like a fool when Assistant Manager Sung got a nice beating in front of the whole office.
Poetic justice indeed That hug when they meet up As for Im Shi-wan I knew he'd be good in this role ever since his casting was rumoured, in a post where almost everyone was rooting for someone else to be the lead instead.
He's one incredibly talented young man who earned that lead role on his own merit, and deserves all the praise he's getting.
There's something about that gaze of his that expresses so much with barely a flicker I especially like his puppy looks directed at Chief Oh and Young-yi - but I love that even when Geu-rae turned into Indiana Jones, Geu-rae stayed consistent.
Mad props also to Kim Dae-myung, who as Dong-shik played the kind of character who would usually be reduced to a stock trope in your average kdrama talkative ajusshi coworker.
But this drama chose to make him a fully realised character in his own right instead, and it was the greatest decision in a strong of great ones.
I teared up at that Sales Team 3 reunion hug at the end - so cute! And awww CEO Kim wanting in and then barking at them all to go back to work when he can't find a way into the group hug.
And also to Kang Haneul, who took on a role that strays well outside likability, and Kang Sora, who did likewise - I love that they challenge themselves as actors, and aren't hung up on necessarily playing leads.
Director Kim Won Suk and his team have created a work of art! The casting director clearly values talent! Even Chief Oh's kid was well played.
Oh, loved Chief Oh's kids. All three of them the whole family, wife included but the one demanding fried chicken was hilarious! He had such an infectious smile too.
Oh's three boys are cute, so's that child actor who played young GR. Kim Ye Jun is one very cute kid and i love how he cracked a tiny smile when he realized he's going to win the game.
Actually, just found a collection of Misaeng news over at Omona's site. So maybe Lots of interesting tidbits at that site.
I'm going to give the link again; for some reason it didn't work for me, hopefully this does. Thank goodness our kid has more sense!
It's the kind of anecdote that makes for a great retelling at an awards ceremony I know Moon Geun-young was initially courted to play Young-yi and as we all know, that role ended up in the very capable hands of Kang Sora.
I love MGY and she's fully deserving of all the praise she gets That's how good KSR and all the cast is. Siwan's agency is not exactly capable of doing things right, honestly.
I wasn't familiar with most of the actors before, certainly not by name. Actually, it was pure chance that I started watching Misaeng.
I just gave it a try when it started airing, wasn't watching it for anyone or anything. Saw bits Im Shi-wan in Triangle which I skip-watched , but he didn't have much to do there and didn't leave me an impression in terms of his acting.
Lee Sung-min I'd seen before, playing interesting characters but I wouldn't have been able to tell you the actor's name or anything.
Similar with Kang Sora — the little I watched of Dr. Stranger gave me an intro to her, but the less is said of Dr. Stranger the better.
Kang Ha-neul I do remember from Monstar. All the others, don't think I had seen in anything before. I've got more respect for all of them now, I appreciate Kang Ha-neul "choosiness" with regards to roles — that he sees himself primarily as a musical actor and that he isn't fishing for leads but looking for roles that are interesting.
I want all the actors to get good role offers in the future. Because they all were fantastic. Really, I think it's the entertainment industry that should take away some lessons from this drama — have a fantastic script, cast talented not the most famous actors, don't follow all the long-time ingrained conventions of that a character like Geu-rae can never "win", or someone like Dong-sik can only be a trope used for comic effect.
Triangle really wasted most of its talent, as did Kang Sora's last drama - but I remember noting that despite the messiness of those scripts and the waste of their talents, they somehow managed their performances - not exactly sparkling, but with flashes of something better here and there.
Think of it this way, it's like even with a trainwreck drama, they managed to stick a landing - maybe not in style, but they managed somehow.
Misaeng is them doing it in great style. You have to scroll down a bit to get to the filmography section.
It seems the author of this blog has done a good job of gathering info. It says: "All infos gathered from daum, imdb, asianwiki, edited and organized by me.
Ah, at the bottom of this page I just found a link to his official site. Has filmography in both English and Korean:. I seem to remember a link elsewhere to his Instagram.
If I find it again I'll post it here. As I recall he posted a lot of fun photos. His Facebook has some good ones in the photo gallery as well.
I've got a comment awaiting moderation. It's got several links to Byun Yo-han's filmography, plus his official site, Twitter and Facebook.
It's Christmas -- hopefully our Chief Beanies aren't hanging around to moderate and are actually having a nice time!
However, in that comment awaiting moderation I mentioned that I'd found his Instagram account before, and if I could find it again I'd post it here.
I found it. If this comment goes through it might be out of order. So stayed tuned for the big one with the rest of the info. PS -- Sorry for the lengthy confusion.
I really did give good info in the other comment, so do check back! Some of us have been trying to come up with a way to send our appreciation to Lee Sung-min, to let him know how much we admire his brilliant acting.
We are asking fans to write comments for LSM here. A brilliantly nuanced organic performance; I just loved seeing so many aspects of one chracter.
But I've always liked Lee Sung-Min's work. I am sure the younger actors learned a lot about acting from watching him.
Incredibly skillful but not showy I am more than happy to get on that train! I have been a fan of his acting since Pasta and I think he is the best character actor in Korea.
Whether playing a King Kings2heart or a thug Miss Korea he's always been convincing in his roles. I hope he gets the recognition he deserves after this performance I am sure he will and get as many CFs as Siwan.
Quite honestly, his performance as Chief Oh is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen, in Korean or any other language - and it has been a privilege and a pleasure to watch.
Chief Oh is the heart and soul of Misaeng, in so many ways, and I am so grateful to Lee Sung-min for taking that role and making him a character that we all connected to and rooted for - I'm still amazed at the nuance and depth he brought to what was already a very well-written role.
I enjoyed every second when he was on screen, except when I was crying over the unfairness of the company to him - by the end, we all felt like it was our own beloved boss and father figure who was being treated badly, not just Jang Geu-rae's.
Hi, I am a fan of you since Miss Korea. I am a fan of your acting, specially now in Misaeng as Chief Oh. You gave so much heart to this character, I cared whenever Chief Oh went through hard times, you made me care so much for a fictional character as if it was real.
That is something special because it doesn't matter how good an actor is that requires a lot of talent.
You are a brilliant actor and I look forward to your future projects, because wherever Chief Oh goes I go. Greeting from Texas.
I've enjoyed your performances in Pasta and Miss Korea, but I completely fell in love with your portrayal of Chief Oh.
You captured the essence of the ordinary salaryman and flawed husband, who's also a fighter, philosopher, visionary, and a man of tremendous dignity and compassion.
He's an inspiration and a comfort - and a pure joy to watch! Thank you for making my autumn.
You instill humanity into all of your characters--something so many actors fail to do. I have enjoyed this series and your work so much.
Truly, it was my favorite show of the year from any country, in any language, and that was in large part due to Manager Oh.
I'm a fan of his from America. Once again he's blown me away by his performance as Chief Oh in Misaeng. It is so real to me, he's become my hero.
What a stellar, uplifting, heartwarming performance. Keep up the good work. Lee Sung-min fighting!!!
I am so glad that kdramas exist. They make up for what we lack on American tv, and it's in a large part to the quality of acting in dramas such as these.
Hope to continue to see more of it. I think Lee Sung Min started to get some attention after his amazing performance as a doctor in Golden Time.
What's amazing about him is that he has the ability to truly become his character. In Misaeng, he really appeared to be an real employee who worked for some company.
Without a doubt, LSM is one of korea's elite actors. I hope to see him win some more awards.
Thank you Lee Sung Min-sshi for your dedication and hard work. You have made the shows you acted in come alive with believable characters that we can feel for.
We trust that you will keep up your wonderful work as a consummate actor and we will continue to root for you. You made us laugh and cry with you, feel bad when you felt bad, and celebrate your happiness like you were not only Geu-rae's Chief Oh, but ours.
Thank you so much for sharing this great performance with us, and for all your hard work! Thank you and fighting. Of course.
I'm probably going to wait until next week to get as many messages as possible and then get to it.
Thanks for your help on this. LSM gave us all a master class in completely inhabiting a role and making each moment count. He was surrounded by extremely capable actors, and yet, when he was on screen, you couldn't look elsewhere.
LSM would chew the scenery when appropriate, or let time stop around him. His performance had a Toshiro Mifune quality -- bluff, mannerless, comedic, but also capable and pragmatic and ultimately noble.
This set of choices gave the whole production a sort of samurai movie feel Quite appropriate then, that the character became sort of a masterless samurai.
I am humbled by this performance, and hope to see LSM given many more such layered roles in the future.
Best wishes. Chief Oh daebak Enough said Your character so profound and true I fall in love with you on day one but truly crazy in love with you when you defended GR and called him "our kid" Misaeng will always be my incomplete life.
Thank you for pursuing the craft of acting. You sir are a truly talented thespian. I'm fairly new to kdramas circa so I revel at the chance to discover really good kdrama projects.
I'm impressed by the kdrama characters you choose to embark upon and by the excellent performances you deliver time and time again.
Just to name a few Oh, by the way Thank you all for participating in this. I'm going to post the translations of all comments here on his fansite tonight.
I'll check back here for a while to see if there's any more and add to the post on his fansite so keep 'em coming.
Count me as a huge fan of Lee Sung-min! First time watching a Korean drama, and Lee Sung-min was number one among a very talented cast.
Now I intend to find more of his work, and hope there is many more new performances to watch. Lee Sung-min made Misaeng come alive for me, and made it a real experience.
Hi Eric. Welcome to the wonderful, wacky world of Kdramas! You couldn't have picked a better one to start with than Misaeng.
I've loved Lee Sung-min in everything I've seen, memorable performances no matter how small the role. You have a lot to choose from.
So far I've seen him in 6 movies and 4 Kdramas -- so I've barely scratched the surface. It's a long list. For the first time in my life I am writing a fan letter.
I feel compelled to do so in praise of your work in Misaeng. Your wonderful portrayal of Chief Oh was filled with nuance, making this multi-layered character "real" for so many of us.
I shall always count this series as one the richest experiences in storytelling, and your subtle performance in a class all its own.
Thank you for this powerful performance. I hope the success of Misaeng will bring you many more roles with such depth. I look forward to seeing you in all your new ventures.
Sora spoke English and Russian fluently in this drama ; I was quite impressed. Although he tries hard not to show it, her primary admirer is another trainee, Jang Baek-gi one of my favorite actors Kang Ha-neul from Angel Eyes , Missing Noir M , Two Weeks who stumbles around her and has all kinds of awkward moments trying to hide his special regard for her at the office.
However, Young-yi is too busy for romance, she has a male chauvinist boss who is always criticizing her publicly in a rude fashion, in an attempt to frazzle her and to get her to mess up so she can be fired.
I wanted to slap him! No human being should have to tolerate that bad behavior at work. Her father and mother have put the family into enormous debt, which she feels compelled to pay off goodness knows why!
She hides all her irritation at work in the desperate attempt to keep her job. When she finally pays off their debts her ridiculous father goes out and gambles a large sum away so she is right back where she started from again!
I felt so sorry for her trodden upon character and was anxious to see her stand up for herself more, which she eventually does, thank God.
No one can take advantage of you unless you first give them permission. Through an acquaintance's recommendation, he gets hired as an intern at One International, a large trading company.
There, Geu-rae meets his boss, manager Oh Sang-shik, who's a workaholic and has a warm personality; fellow intern Ahn Young-yi, who attracts her colleagues' ire because of her impressive educational credentials and by being extremely competent at any task; and Jang Baek-gi, a geeky co-worker whose anxious nature masks his inner ambition.
Geu-rae learns to navigate and adapt to corporate culture, with baduk as his guide. Written by madbhoot. I can't keep writing and talking, and writing and talking, and writing and talking about Misaeng over and over again for days.
I must say if u have'nt watch this drama, go watch it!! It's just well written, well directed and well prepared in details The ending it self it's so As in life everything happened for a reason, and thats how nicely the story wrapped.
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Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Si-wan Im Jang Geu-rae 17 episodes, Sung-min Lee Oh Sang-shik 17 episodes, So-ra Kang Ahn Young-yi 17 episodes, Ha-Neul Kang Jang Baek-gi 17 episodes, Dae-Myung Kim Kim Dong-shik 17 episodes, Eun-Jeong Sin Sun Ji-young 17 episodes, Byoung-Sook Sung Geu-rae's Mother 17 episodes, Myung-Ryul Nam Geu-rae's baduk teacher 17 episodes, Hae-Joon Park Chun Kwan-woong 17 episodes, Yo-Han Byun Learn more More Like This.
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