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Law student Lee Kyung Min is used to getting what he wants: raised by indulgent grandparents, he spends his days chasing girls and enjoying the finer things in life. There's only one person he really cares about-Na Hye Ryun, a fellow student from a wealthy family. But unbeknownst to Kyung Min, Hye Ryun has her heart set on someone else. When Hye Ryun ignores his initial advances, Kyung Min tries to become closer to her by getting to know one of her friends, Nam Jung Eun. Having failed employment exams repeatedly, Jung Eun, the daughter of a poor family, has been reduced to selling newspapers to get enough money to rent an apartment. When things go sour for Jung Eun money-wise, Kyung Min jumps in to help, hoping to impress Hye Ryun. His attempt fails, and the sweet Jung Eun is furious when she finds out he's been pursuing her to get to Hye Ryun. Soon Kyung Min's cash runs out, and he decides that it's time to collect on Jung Eun's debt. When his grandparents turn him away from home, ...
If THE LONG VACATION is Japanese TV's calling card to the international TV market, then ROOFTOP ROOM CAT or ROOFTOP CAT or ATTIC CAT must be South Korea's standard bearer.
ROOFTOP ROOM CAT involves a rich lost-in-life college boy who wants the sexy rich girl who wants the successful business man who wants the poor but responsible girl who wants the rich lost-in-life college boy.
It is a great love quad-angle with lots of forceful parents and grandparents adding to the drama. While ROOFTOP ROOM CAT does not have the world class music of THE LONG VACATION or its sense of place in entertainment history, ROOFTOP ROOM CAT does share relationships between generations (grandparents, parents, adult children) while still remaining hip and very fun to watch.
This is the best K-drama series so far. Like with many Korean names in the IMDb, most all of the character names spelled in the English subtitles for this series on the AZN cable channel are spelled differently than they are spelled here at IMDb.
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