Kimcheed Radish Cubes

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Kimcheed Radish Cubes
Also known as 'Just Love'
Written by Lee Deok-jae
Directed by Kwon Seok-jang
Starring
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 44
Production
Producer(s) Lee Eun-kyu
Release
Original network Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Original release August 18, 2007 (2007-08-18) – January 27, 2008 (2008-01-27)
External links
Website www.imbc.com/broad/tv/drama/cubed/

Kimcheed Radish Cubes (Hangul깍두기; RRKkakdugi) is a South Korean television series. It aired on MBC from August 18, 2007 to January 27, 2008 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 44 episodes.[1][2]

The title is a reference to the kimchi side dish kkakdugi.

Synopsis[edit]

Even though times change and our relationships with our family changes, our affection for them is timeless. The drama is about affection that is the foundation of family. Dong-jin is the eldest son in a family of 3 sons. He is dutiful and responsible but due to character clash, he has gone through divorce with his ex-wife, Ji-hye, whom he shares a child with. Dong-jin then starts a new romance with Eun-ho whom he works with. Jang Sa-ya is a girl that has grown up living in a secluded temple in the countryside. She meets and helps Park Jae-woo when he passes out in a forest nearby. He hangs her a card saying he would repay her if she ever goes to Seoul. As Sa-ya continues develops a curiosity of the world and wants to escape her "monk" life, her constant effort finally reaches an agreement with her guardian at the monastery. Her guardian tells her she has a father in Seoul, thus starting her venture to find her father. Along the way she meets some unfortunate events, and while searching for her father, Jae-woo soon falls for her.

Cast[edit]

Jung family

Lee family

Park family

Extended cast

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kimcheed Radish". Viki. Retrieved March 29, 2016. 
  2. ^ Kim Young-hyun (January 28, 2008). "MBC ‘깍두기’ 자체 최고 시청률 21.7%로 종영". The Hankyoreh (in Korean). Retrieved March 29, 2016. 

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