Coffee House - Korean Drama
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- Drama: Coffee House
- Revised romanization: Keopi Hawooseu
- Hangul: 커피하우스
- Director: Pyo Min-Soo
- Writer: Song Jae-Jung
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 18
- Release Date: May 17, 2010 - July 27, 2010
- Runtime: Mon. & Tues. 20:45
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
The story revolves around a charismatic writer Lee Jin Soo who reached stardom after writing thriller novels, which quickly became bestsellers. He works for a publishing company run by his old friend Seo Eun Young, a strong-willed, smart, beautiful and sucessful woman who can handle everything that comes her way.
Jin Soo meets Kang Seung Yeon, a young woman who has been below average in everything in her life. But somehow she ends up being hired as a secretary by Jin Soo. The great first impression Seung Yeon has of the writer soon washes away as she discovers that the man is actually weird, sarcastic, has strange habits and is hard to please. However, she is determined to be the best secretary anyone could have – a true professional.
Jin Soo and Eun Young, despite trusting each others abilities, don’t get always along and fight constantly. That is, until Eun Young’s ex-husband Han Ji Won returns and announces he still loves her and wants her back. Eun Young, unimpressed by his cheesy actions joins forces with Jin Soo, who finds the guy as annoying as her, to get rid of him.
But everything gets complicated when unexpected sparks start flying between the foursome and hearts are bound to be broken in this funny yet romantic story of Jin Soo’s life.
- Early working title for "Coffee House" was "Page One" (페이지원).
- "Coffee House" will take over the SBS Mon. & Tues. 20:45 time slot previously occupied by "Oh! My Lady"
- Filming begins April 21st, 2010.
- "Coffee House" is on hiatus from 14 June 2010 because of the World Cup in South Africa and will begin broadcasting again on 28 June 2010.
|Kang Ji-Hwan as Lee Jin Soo - At first sight, Lee Jin Soo is nice, charming and humorous, but under that false pretense he is actually mean, weird and sarcastic. He has odd habits and likes to make fun of others in order to entertain himself. He is close with Eun Young, finds Seung Yeon amusing and tries to avoid Ji Won.|
|Park Si-Yeon as Seo Eun Young - Seo Eun Young is an independent woman who hates weak damsel-in-distress type of females as she believes in her own strength. Although she knows Jin Soo from the past, she still finds him hard to understand. Though constantly at war with Jin Soo over work she joins forces with him to make Ji Won give her up.|
|Ham Eun-Jung as Kang Seung Yeon - Kang Seung Yeon has always been below average in everything. By pure coincidence, she becomes a secretary for the famous writer Jin Soo who turns out to be a complete psycho. She is very honest, naive and somewhat clueless, but helps Jin Soo every step of the way though he mostly takes joy in torturing her.|
|Jung Woong-In as Han Ji Won - Han Ji Won is known for his cheesy manners and obtuse thinking. Hoping to reunite with Eun Young, he returns to Seoul, clueless that his presence is unwanted. Brimming with unwarranted confidence, he tries to get Eun Young back, using all kinds of cheesy events and dragging Jin Soo along on his artless misadventures.
Additional Cast Members:
- Ahn Kil-Kang - Seung-Yeon's dad
- Kim Ji-Yeong - Seung-Yeon's grandmother
- Kim Min-Sang - Kang Seung-Chul
- Park Jae-Jeong - Kim Dong-Wook
- Jung Soo-Young - Oh Hyun-Joo
- Jung Ji-Ah - Ko Yun-Joo
- Jin Seong - Park Young-Chul
- Lee Soon-Jae - Eun-Young's grandfather
- Lee Hye-Eun - Byeong-Hee
- Heo Tae-Hee - Dong-Min
- Ha Dae-Ro - Geum-Kwon
- Jeong Jun-Ho - special guest appearance
- Kim Sung-Min - airplane passenger (cameo)
- Moon Chun-Sik - veterinarian (cameo)
- Yoo Chae-Young - radio writer (cameo)
|2010-05-17||1||8.8 (16th)||8.7 (16th)|
|2010-05-25||4||7.8 (19th)||8.2 (15th)|
|2010-05-31||5||9.7 (15th)||9.7 (12th)|
|2010-06-01||6||9.3 (12th)||9.4 (12th)|
|2010-06-07||7||8.5 (19th)||8.7 (18th)|
|2010-06-08||8||8.7 (16th)||9.4 (14th)|
|2010-07-05||11||8.4 (19th)||8.7 (14th)|
|2010-07-06||12||8.0 (17th)||8.2 (17th)|
|2010-07-13||14||10.1 (12th)||10.6 (11th)|
|2010-07-19||15||8.9 (17th)||9.4 (16th)|
|2010-07-20||16||9.7 (12th)||10.4 (13th)|
|2010-07-26||17||8.5 (19th)||9.0 (16th)|
|2010-07-27||18||8.3 (19th)||8.6 (17th)|
Source: TNS Media Korea