Five Enough

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Five Enough
Five Enough poster.jpeg
Promotional poster of Five Enough, containing the drama's catchphrase Two plus three equals five (둘 + 셋 = 다섯)
Also known asFive Children
Five Kids
GenreComedy
Family
Written byYoon Kyung-ah
Directed byLee Gun-joon
StarringAhn Jae-wook
So Yoo-jin
Shim Hyung-tak
Shim Yi-young
Im Soo-hyang
Shin Hye-sun
Sung Hoon
Ahn Woo-yeon
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes54
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Bae Kyung-soo (KBS)
  • Lee Sang-baek (AStory Co., Ltd.)
Producer(s)Kim Jung-hyun
Running time60 minutes
Production company(s)AStory
DistributorKorean Broadcasting System
Release
Original networkKorean Broadcasting System
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original releaseFebruary 20 (2016-02-20) – August 21, 2016 (2016-08-21)
External links
Website
Five Enough at AStory Co., Ltd.

Five Enough (Hangul아이가 다섯; RRA-iga daseot; lit. Five Children) is a 2016 South Korea television series starring Ahn Jae-wook,[1] So Yoo-jin, Shim Hyung-tak, Shim Yi-young, Im Soo-hyang, Shin Hye-sun, Sung Hoon[2] and Ahn Woo-yeon. It airs on KBS2 every Saturday and Sunday from February 20, 2016 at 19:55.

Synopsis[edit]

Lee Sang-tae is a widower who has raised two children with the help of his overbearing in-laws; while Ahn Mi-jung was betrayed by her husband three years ago and, as she cannot tell her three children and her grandmother, who depends solely on her, she pretends he is working overseas. One day, they meet and fall in love with each other, but their relationship is not well received.

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

  • Ahn Jae-wook as Lee Sang-tae: A single father of two children after the death of his wife. Team Leader of the marketing team at "Fantom" fashion corporation.
  • So Yoo-jin as Ahn Mi-jung: A single mom of three children, a hard-working, well-spoken employee on the "Fantom" marketing team.
  • Shim Hyung-tak as Lee Ho-tae: A jobless man, once a film director. Lee Sang-tae's younger brother.
  • Shim Yi-young as Mo Soon-young: A former waitress. Lee Ho-tae's first love turned wife.
  • Im Soo-hyang as Jang Jin-joo: A college drop-out who loves to shop. Sang-tae's sister-in-law and Yeon-tae's friend, Tae-min's love interest.
  • Shin Hye-sun as Lee Yeon-tae: A shy elementary school teacher. Sang-tae's younger sister and Tae-min's friend, Sang-min's love interest. Yoon Woo-ri and Lee Bin are in her class.
  • Sung Hoon as Kim Sang-min: A model turned professional golfer, Yeon-tae's love interest
  • Ahn Woo-yeon as Kim Tae-min: An elementary school teacher. Sang-min's younger brother and Yeon-tae's friend, lee Yeon-tae's love interest. Teaches at the same school as Yeon-tae. (He and Yeon-tae secretly had a crush on each other for seven years.) Yoon Woo-young and Lee Soo are in his class.

Supporting characters[edit]

Sang-tae's family[edit]

  • Jang Yong as Lee Shin-wook: Sang-tae's father. Sit-down restaurant proprietor.
  • Park Hye-sook as Oh Mi-sook: Sang-tae's mother, restaurant proprietor's wife.
  • Jo Hyun-do as Lee Soo, son, age 11, plays cello, raised by wealthy maternal grandparents
  • Kwon Soo-jung as Lee Bin, daughter, age 9, plays piano, dreams of being an actress, raised (possibly spoiled) by wealthy maternal grandparents

Mi-jung's family[edit]

  • Sung Byung-sook as Jang Soon-ae: Mi-jung's grandmother, age 75
  • Jung Yun-seok as Yoon Woo-young, son, age 11, learned responsibility at an early age
  • Kwak Ji-hye as Yoon Woo-ri, daughter, age 9, dreams of being an actress
  • Choi Yoo-ri as Yoon Woo-joo, daughter, age 5, inseparable from her pet rock "Woo-jin" which she says is her baby brother

Jin-joo's family[edit]

  • Choi Jung-woo as Jang Min-ho: Jin-joo's father, wealthy former loan shark with elementary-school education
  • Song Ok-sook as Park Ok-soon: Jin-joo's mother, also never made it to high school. This couple is lavishing their grandchildren (Soo and Bin) with everything money can buy to cover the pain of the loss of their older daughter. They mostly ignore Jin-joo.
  • "Brain" - The housekeeper with a university education, constantly giving advice. Jung-woo and Ok-sook, having never learned any English, call their maid "Brain" because they think it means "housekeeper."
  • "Driver Park" the chauffeur

Sang-min and Tae-min's Family[edit]

The parents are wealthy retired professors who spend most of their time living on an island. They value intellect and education and thus dote on their second son (Tae-min), a teacher of modest means, and ignore their older son (Sang-min), the renowned pro golfer.

  • Park Hae-mi as Cha Min-kyung, Tae-min & Sang-min's mother
  • Go In-Beom as Kim Seung-wook, Tae-min & Sang-min's father

Kang So-young's family[edit]

  • Wang Bit-na as Kang So-young: Ahn Mi-jung's friend and Yoon In-chul's new wife.
  • Kim Chung as Lee Jum-sook, So-young's mother, proprietor of a bakery/cafe; she pays the child support for In-chul and Mi-jung's three children.
  • Kwon Oh-joong as Yoon In-chul: Ahn Mi-jung deadbeat ex-husband; he married the woman he had an affair with.

Marketing team[edit]

  • Jun Se-hyun as Chun Sung-hee - she has a crush on Team Leader Sang-tae.
  • Lee Chan-hee as Park Hae-sung
  • Hae Bit-na as Yoo Young-jae

Other[edit]

  • ----- as Manager Do (Kim Sang-min's manager)
  • Kim Ji-eun as blind date (episode 5)
  • ----- as Yeong-mi (episode 6)

Ratings[edit]

In the tables below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings AGB Nielsen
Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 February 20, 2016 24.3% (2nd) 22.3% (2nd) 24.6% (2nd) 25.8% (2nd)
2 February 21, 2016 26.9% (2nd) 24.6% (2nd) 26.5% (2nd) 26.4% (2nd)
3 February 27, 2016 23.7% (2nd) 21.9% (2nd) 22.4% (2nd) 23.0% (2nd)
4 February 28, 2016 27.9% (2nd) 27.7% (2nd) 27.1% (2nd) 27.7% (2nd)
5 March 5, 2016 23.5% (1st) 22.0% (1st) 23.6% (1st) 24.5% (1st)
6 March 6, 2016 27.3% (1st) 24.2% (1st) 27.7% (1st) 28.9% (1st)
7 March 12, 2016 24.4% (1st) 21.1% (1st) 23.3% (1st) 24.2% (1st)
8 March 13, 2016 27.8% (1st) 26.2% (1st) 27.2% (1st) 27.5% (1st
9 March 19, 2016 24.7% (1st) 22.9% (1st) 25.6% (1st) 26.3% (1st)
10 March 20, 2016 30.4% (1st) 28.1% (1st) 30.1% (1st) 30.9% (1st)
11 March 26, 2016 23.8% (1st) 22.7% (1st) 23.2% (1st) 23.4% (1st)
12 March 27, 2016 28.3% (1st) 26.3% (1st) 28.2% (1st) 29.5% (1st)
13 April 2, 2016 23.0% (1st) 22.2% (1st) 23.2% (1st) 23.3% (1st)
14 April 3, 2016 29.4% (1st) 27.9% (1st) 30.7% (1st) 31.3% (1st)
15 April 9, 2016 24.2% (1st) 22.4% (1st) 23.4% (1st) 24.4% (1st)
16 April 10, 2016 29.5% (1st) 27.9% (1st) 29.7% (1st) 30.6% (1st)
17 April 16, 2016 25.3% (1st) 24.7% (1st) 25.6% (1st) 25.7% (1st)
18 April 17, 2016 26.4% (1st) 25.6% (1st) 27.3% (1st) 27.4% (1st)
19 April 23, 2016 24.2% (1st) 23.2% (1st) 24.2% (1st) 24.5% (1st)
20 April 24, 2016 28.9% (1st) 27.4% (1st) 29.3% (1st) 30.0% (1st)
21 April 30, 2016 24.2% (1st) 23.4% (1st) 22.5% (1st) 23.0% (1st)
22 May 1, 2016 26.6% (1st) 26.1% (1st) 26.9% (1st) 27.3% (1st)
23 May 7, 2016 20.4% (1st) 19.6% (1st) 21.2% (1st) 21.0% (1st)
24 May 8, 2016 26.2% (1st) 23.9% (1st) 25.9% (1st) 26.1% (1st)
25 May 14, 2016 23.5% (1st) 22.7% (1st) 24.3% (1st) 24.1% (1st)
26 May 15, 2016 28.6% (1st) 26.8% (1st) 31.0% (1st) 31.8% (1st)
27 May 21, 2016 22.7% (1st) 20.5% (1st) 23.2% (1st) 22.4% (1st)
28 May 22, 2016 28.7% (1st) 27.5% (1st) 30.0% (1st) 30.7% (1st)
29 May 28, 2016 24.0% (1st) 22.4% (1st) 24.8% (1st) 24.0% (1st)
30 May 29, 2016 28.5% (1st) 27.2% (1st) 29.8% (1st 30.6% (1st)
31 June 4, 2016 24.6% (1st) 23.6% (1st) 25.0% (1st) 24.7% (1st)
32 June 5, 2016 26.9% (1st) 25.9% (1st) 27.0% (1st) 27.2% (1st)
33 June 11, 2016 23.8% (1st) 22.7% (1st) 26.5% (1st) 26.7% (1st)
34 June 12, 2016 27.8% (1st) 28.5% (1st) 30.8% (1st) 30.1% (1st)
35 June 18, 2016 23.9% (1st) 24.7% (1st) 25.4% (1st) 25.5% (1st)
36 June 19, 2016 29.5% (1st) 29.5% (1st) 29.0% (1st) 28.8% (1st)
37 June 25, 2016 25.3% (1st) 26.0% (1st) 25.6% (1st) 24.5% (1st)
38 June 26, 2016 29.1% (1st) 29.3% (1st) 30.9% (1st) 30.8% (1st)
39 July 2, 2016 26.3% (1st) 24.6% (1st) 26.8% (1st) 25.0% (1st)
40 July 3, 2016 31.3% (1st) 29.1% (1st) 31.0% (1st) 29.8% (1st)
41 July 9, 2016 26.3% (1st) 24.1% (1st) 25.6% (1st) 25.1% (1st)
42 July 10, 2016 29.3% (1st) 29.1% (1st) 30.6% (1st) 30.0% (1st)
43 July 16, 2016 26.4% (1st) 25.5% (1st) 28.9% (1st) 28.9% (1st)
44 July 17, 2016 29.3% (1st) 28.8% (1st) 31.6% (1st) 32.6% (1st)
45 July 23, 2016 28.5% (1st) 27.4% (1st) 27.8% (1st) 28.8% (1st)
46 July 24, 2016 32.2% (1st) 31.3% (1st) 32.1% (1st) 31.7% (1st)
47 July 30, 2016 27.5% (1st) 27.6% (1st) 26.4% (1st) 26.1% (1st)
48 July 31, 2016 30.6% (1st) 31.4% (1st) 30.1% (1st) 30.0% (1st)
49 August 6, 2016 28.2% (1st) 26.7% (1st) 28.6% (1st) 29.2% (1st)
50 August 7, 2016 33.4% (1st) 31.2% (1st) 32.1% (1st) 31.9% (1st)
51 August 13, 2016 24.9% (1st) 24.2% (1st) 24.1% (1st) 23.5% (1st)
52 August 14, 2016 29.8% (1st) 28.4% (1st) 28.6% (1st) 28.5% (1st)
53 August 20, 2016 28.0% (1st) 26.2% (1st) 27.1% (1st) 27.2% (2nd)
54 August 21, 2016 33.5% (1st) 32.6% (1st) 32.8% (1st) 33.4% (1st)
Average 26.9% 25.7% 27.2% 27.3%

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2016
5th APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama
Ahn Jae-wook
Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama
So Yoo-jin
Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama
Sung Hoon
Nominated
9th Korea Drama Awards Special Jury Prize
So Yoo-jin
Won
30th KBS Drama Awards Daesang (Grand Prize)
Ahn Jae-wook
Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actor Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Actress
So Yoo-jin
Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama
Ahn Jae-wook
Won
Shim Hyung-tak
Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama
So Yoo-jin
Won
Im Soo-hyang
Nominated
Best Supporting Actress
Shin Hye-sun
Nominated
Best New Actor
Sung Hoon
Won
Best New Actress
Shin Hye-sun
Nominated
Best Young Actor
Jung Yun-seok
Won
Jo Hyun-do
Nominated
Best Couple
Sung Hoon & Shin Hye-sun
Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ahn Jae Wook confirmed for a role in new KBS drama!". allkpop. December 15, 2015. Retrieved March 7, 2016.
  2. ^ "Five Fun Facts About Sung Hoon". kdramastars. January 5, 2015. Retrieved March 7, 2016.

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