Hello My Teacher

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Hello My Teacher
Hello My Teacher-poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known as Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy
Hardtack Teacher and Sugar Candy
Written by Park Kye-ok
Kim Jung-ah
Directed by Oh Jong-rok
Kim Hyung-shik
Starring Gong Hyo-jin
Gong Yoo
Kim Da-hyun
Choi Yeo-jin
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 16
Production
Executive producer(s) Moon Jung-soo
Teddy Hoon-tak Jung
Jang Jin-wook
Producer(s) Kim Yang
Noh Jun-kyu
Running time Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55
Production company(s) SidusHQ
Distributor SBS
Release
Original network SBS
Original release April 13 (2005-04-13) – June 2, 2005 (2005-06-02)
Chronology
Preceded by Hong Kong Express
Followed by Single Again
External links
Website

Hello My Teacher (Hangul건빵선생과 별사탕; RRGeonbbang Seonsaeng-gwa Byeolsatang; lit. Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy) is a 2005 South Korean television series starring Gong Hyo-jin, Gong Yoo, Kim Da-hyun, and Choi Yeo-jin.[1] It aired on SBS from April 13 to June 2, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.

Synopsis[edit]

Na Bo-ri (Gong Hyo-jin) is a 25-year-old woman who desperately wants to be a teacher at the high school she was kicked out of due to a misunderstanding with her teachers over injuring a group of male classmates (she had been a legend there for being a troublemaker and getting into fights). After overcoming numerous hardships and getting her high-school equivalency certification, she rejects job offers from other high schools and works on becoming a substitute teacher at her old high school so she can work side by side with her longtime high school crush, the art teacher Ji Hyun-woo (Kim Da-hyun).

However, the only thing that enables her to get the coveted job is by signing a contract to essentially babysit Park Tae-in (Gong Yoo), a troublemaker who attends the same high school. Tae-in, a lonely 20-year-old youth, quickly becomes the "jjang", or "king" of the high school, and enjoys playing mean tricks on Bo-ri whose tough but easygoing personality attracts the majority of her students. As his relationship with his teacher takes a turn for the worse, Tae-in gradually becomes attracted to her through a series of complicated events. Noh Jem-ma (Choi Yeo-jin) is jealous of the relationship between Bo-ri and Tae-in, and goes out of her way to get Bo-ri kicked out but she's not the only one against them.[2]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

Family members[edit]

Teachers[edit]

  • Jo Hyung-ki as Dong Chil-hwan (principal)
  • Park In-hwan as Hwang Gap-soo (Homeroom teacher)
  • Jo Sang-ki as Nam Seong-ki (Biology teacher)
  • Kim Yoon-kyung as Oh Joo-yeon (English teacher)
  • Hyun Young as Jo Ji-ah (PE teacher)
  • Jeon Jae-hyung

Students[edit]

  • Jung Eui-chul as Choi Chang-il
  • Jung Gyu-woon as Lee Ho-joon
  • Go Joon-hee (credited as Kim Eun-joo) as Kim Sun-ah
  • Jang Hee-jin as Oh Eun-byul
  • Do Han as Lee Yoo-jin
  • Joo Ho as Kim Yeong-song
  • Lee Eun as Yeo Se-ra
  • Jo Han-na as Bae Pil-soon
  • Cha Seo-rin as Lee Hye-bin
  • Shin Ah as Kang Ri-ping
  • Park Ki-young as Bang Soo-hyun
  • Shin Hyun-tak as Park Man-chang
  • Ki Moo as Choi Hoon
  • Jang Ji-woo as Lee Jang-baek
  • Nam Chang-hee as Kim Baek-joon
  • Song Jin-yeong as Jo Pil
  • Yoo Da-in as Da-in
  • Park Hyo-jun as Oh Sang-tae
  • Ham Eun-jung as suicidal honor student
  • Kim Hwa-joo

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gong Hyo-jin Turns Into Giddy Young Teacher". The Dong-a Ilbo. 11 April 2005. Retrieved 2012-11-20. 
  2. ^ "Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy". SBS Global. Archived from the original on 2009-10-28. Retrieved 2012-06-22. 

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