The surprise hit of 2010, Personal Taste (aka Personal Preference) garnered high ratings and a huge fanbase in a comedy that proves true love is found in the most unlikely places. Quirky ... See full summary »
On the same night in a small mining town, two children are born in the same hospital. One is the son of miner Lee Ki Chul. The other is the son of mine manager Shin Tae Hwan. When a nurse, ... See full summary »
35-year-old architect Seung-Min receives a visit at his office from a woman. Seung-Min doesn't recognize the woman at first, but then realizes the woman is Seo-Yeon. Seo-Yeon is his first ... See full summary »
By "Fist of Fury", Kim Hyun-Soo (Sang-Woo Kwone) addicted to Bruce Lee. Year 1978. Hyun-Soo moved to KangNam, Seoul. Hyun-Soo transferred to JungMoon High, Maljuk Street, Kangnam, Seoul. He... See full summary »
I have been watching Korean Dramas for a while now. And I came across Super Rookie. The story is about Kang Ho (Eric Moon). Who is a typical slacker, with no proper education, work experience nor is he from an effluent family and is unemployed. Despite of these traits, Kang Ho is very optimistic,street smart, hard working, charismatic and never gives up. But threw a twist of fate due to a computer error, Kang Ho becomes an employee of a world class company. The story reveals, how despite his lack of knowledge in business he is able to become a super rookie with sheer determination. What I liked about this drama is that its very original. Its not a tradition high school romantic comedy with no practicality. And its also very intellectual compare to the typical dramas. There will be a point in the drama where you'll hate each character and love them eventually.It is quite funny, the romance is lovely (Han Ga-in was fabulous)and has a slice of life.Highly recommended if you're getting tried of the typical plots and story lines.
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