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- Drama: Mischievous Kiss
- Revised romanization: Jangnanseureon Kiseu
- Hangul: 장난스런 키스
- Director: Hwang In-Roe, Kim Do-Hyung
- Writer: Ko Eun-Nim, Kaoru Tada (manga)
- Network: MBC
- Episodes: 16 +7 (Special Edition in Youtube)
- Release Date: September 1 - October 21, 2010
- Runtime: Wed. & Thurs. 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
"Mischievous Kiss" is a romantic-comedy covering the romance between Baek Seung-Jo (Kim Hyun-Joong), an arrogant young man with a genius IQ, and Oh Ha-Ni (Jung So-Min), a ditzy young woman who gets poor grades, but whose heart is as powerful as Seung-Jo's mind.
The series is based off from a Taiwanese drama and a Japanese manga book. It is call "It Started With a Kiss." It is about a girl in F class that falls in love with an A class boy. She liked him since the first year of high school. Once, she decided to tell him she likes him but was rejected. So the story continues about the girl who keeps chasing after the boy she loves.
- Based on the Japanese manga "Itazura na Kiss" by Kaoru Tada.
- Filming began July 22th, 2010.
- "Mischievous Kiss" will take over the MBC Wed. & Thurs. 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "Road No. 1".
- Overseas broadcast rights were sold to a total 11 countries including Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, and the Philippines. Total sales totalled roughly 4 billion Won ($3.6 million USD). Overseas stations should begin airing "Mischievous Kiss" in December.
- Related titles:
- Itazura na Kiss (TV Asahi / 1996)
- Mischievous Kiss | Jangnanseureon Kiseu (MBC / 2010)
- Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo | Itazura na Kiss-Love in Tokyo (Fuji TV / 2013)
- Mischievous Kiss 2: Love in Okinawa | Itazura na Kiss2: Love in Okinawa (Fuji TV / 2014)
- Mischievous Kiss 2: Love in Tokyo | Itazura na Kiss2-Love in Tokyo (Fuji TV / 2014)
- Mischievous Kiss The Movie: High School | Itazura na Kiss THE MOVIE ~Haisukuru hen~ (2016)
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- "포토엔김현중, ‘장난스런 키스’ 특별판 기대해주세요!"], "Yahoo! Korea," "November 1, 2010".