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Based in the time of enlightenment of 19th-century Joseon, This drama tells the story of Joseon's last swordsman named Park Yoon Kang who grabs a gun ditching his sword and grows to become ... See full summary »
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Best buddies Min-jae (Yoon Kye-sang), Dong-wan (Lee Jun-ki) and Chang-seob (On Joo-wan) share all the common problems of high school seniors. They struggle against their parents and other peers to establish their own identities, fall for girls, eat, drink, and stress about college entrance exams and what school they'll get into. Min-jae's father is a commercial pilot who expects his son to follow in his footsteps. However, not only does Min-jae NOT share his father's ambition, his grades and test scores don't qualify him to get into an aviation program. Meanwhile, his neighbor and crush, Soo-jin (Kim Min-jeong), has decided she wants to become a veterinarian, despite the fact she's too afraid of animals to even touch a puppy! Sadly, her family takes very little interest in her future until the night her mother overhears another girl confessing her love to Soo-jin. Mom decides what her daughter REALLY needs is to take ballet classes at the local community center. "It will be good for ... Written by
There must be something if you choose a grown up man to play high school kid. And I think Yun Gye-sang (ex member of g.o.d), despite his age, really suit the role of Min-jae. You can see that clearly in his act. Here, Yoon is a so-so boy who can't think anything about his future. He have no purpose in life, his grade are bad, but his father want him to follow his track, by being an airplane pilot. So what's ballet got to do with Min-jae's life? It's the first thing that he ever decide to do, by himself. As a good friends, Chang-seob and Dong-wan accompanied him, although reluctant at first. Their parents went mad when knowing their only son has gone 'sissy'. There's also sub part about Min-jae's classmate, Ki-tae who just became orphan. Life is not that good, but you got to live with it, and if possible, do everything you can to enjoy it. Flying Boys tells us a story about boys to men. Its enjoyable, even though the pace is very slow.
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