|Also known as||Run! Mackerel
|Written by||Baek Ji-hyun
|Directed by||Kim Yong-jae
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||8|
|Running time||50 minutes
Saturdays at 16:40 (KST)
|Production company(s)||Lee Ki-jin Media
|Original network||Seoul Broadcasting System|
|Original release||12 May– 30 June 2007|
After cast members Lee Min-ho (Boys Over Flowers), Moon Chae-won (Painter of the Wind), and Park Bo-young (Scandal Makers) rose to fame in 2008-2009, cable network tvN aired reruns of the show at 11:00 beginning February 28, 2009.
Cha Gong-chan was able to enter the top private high school in the affluent Gangnam District, Myoung-mun High, because of his soccer skills. But when he quits the sport, he finds himself an outcast and starts cutting class. One day, a beautiful new girl transfers to the school, and when she walks into his class, Gong-chan falls for her instantly. He is finally enthusiastic about going to school, but the school administrator informs him that he will be expelled if he misses one more day. Gong-chan vows that he won't give up on either his school life or his love.
- Lee Min-ho as Cha Gong-chan
- Moon Chae-won as Min Yoon-seo
- Kwon Se-in as Baek Heon
- Jung Yoon-jo as Yoon Sae-mi
- Go Kyu-pil as Jang Dong-gun
- Jang Tae-hoon as Go Bong-tae
- Lee Byung-joon as Ma Do-shik, school administrator
- Yoo Hye-ri as Heo Young-sook, Yoon-seo's mother
- Lee Bong-gyu as Min Joo-hwa, Yoon-seo's father
- Lee Kyung-jin as Lee Geum-ja, Gong-chan's mother
- Park Bo-young as Shim Chung-ah
- -- as Ahn Kyung-tae
- -- as Kim Doo-son
- -- as Yoon Taek-han
- Min Ji-hyun as Ki Yeo-woon
- Kim Joo-young as Go Kwi-dong
- Na Seok-min
- Kim Gook-bin
- Kang Hyun-jung as Kyung-hwa
- Kang Soo-min
- Choi Myung-kyung
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