Operation Proposal

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Operation Proposal
Operation Proposal.jpg
Written byYoon Ji-ryun
Directed byKim Woo-sun
StarringYoo Seung-ho
Park Eun-bin
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes16
Production location(s)South Korea
Running timeWednesdays and Thursdays at 20:45 (KST)
Original networkTV Chosun
Original release8 February (2012-02-08) –
29 March 2012 (2012-03-29)
Related shows
External links

Operation Proposal (Hangul프러포즈 대작전; RRPeureopojeu Daejakjeon) is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Yoo Seung-ho and Park Eun-bin. It aired on TV Chosun from February 8 to March 29, 2012 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 20:45 for 16 episodes. It is a remake of Japanese drama Operation Love (プロポーズ大作戦, Proposal Daisakusen) that aired on Fuji TV in 2007.[1][2][3]

Yoo and Park had previously starred together as child actors in the 2007 fantasy/historical epic The Legend.[4]


Kang Baek-ho and Ham Yi-seul have been best friends since elementary school. Baek-ho has never acknowledged his attraction to her, unaware that Yi-seul has been in love with him for more than 20 years. Finally, at the wedding ceremony where Yi-seul is about to marry another man (Jin-won), Baek-ho regrets that he never confessed his love for the bride. A mysterious conductor suddenly appears and offers him a second chance to win Yi-seul's heart. Baek-ho travels back in time to various events of their lives hoping to change the outcome of their relationship. But changing the future is not as easy as it seems.[5]


His father died when he was a child, and he grew up in Yi-seul's family because his mother was never home due to her job. In high school, he was a pitcher on the baseball team, from which he retired after an injury.
Baek-ho's childhood friend. She is a selfless girl who puts others first, and has a very motherly attitude towards Baek-ho. In high school, she was the class president, a member of the drama club and the manager of the baseball team. Her dream was to be a sports agent, but she eventually became the PR of a baseball team.
Baek-ho's best friend, he is calm, rational and loyal. In high school, he was a pitcher on the baseball team along with Baek-ho and Tae-nam, but he left to pursue his true passion, cinema. He dreamed of becoming a film director, but he eventually found work as a cameraman.
  • Park Young-seo as Joo Tae-nam
Baek-ho's friend. He has a huge crush on Chae-ri from the sixth grade and is very jealous of any man who comes close to her, even if she doesn't reciprocate his feelings and often teases him for his short stature. Thanks to his interrelational ability and business acumen, he later becomes Chae-ri's manager.
Yi-seul's best friend. A vain girl very popular among males since high school, and often changes boyfriend. She dreamed of breaking into show business, but eventually became a cheerleader.
A former baseball hitter, he was discovered on the first year of university by Major League, but had to give up the sport career due to an injury. He has studied at Harvard, where he earned a master's degree in business administration. He later returned to Korea and was chosen as a baseball coach by his former school, Haneul High School. He fell in love with Yi-seul, and later becomes her fiancé. He is a well-educated man from a prestigious family, and the founder of Sport K.
  • Lee Doo-il as Jo Kook-dae
The owner of the tavern where Baek-ho and friends spend their free time. He is a jovial and cultured man who speaks in half-English.
Kook-dae's niece, who lives with him and works as a waitress in his tavern. She is the only survivor of a fatal accident that killed both her parents and since then, she hasn't spoken. Because of her closed and creepy attitude, she is avoided by everyone. The only person among Baek-ho's friends to pay her attention than usual is Chan-wook; therefore, she has a crush on him, and understands what he wants even before he has finished speaking. She is good at singing and playing the guitar.
The time conductor. He is Baek-ho's father, a stationmaster who died to save a child who was about to be hit by a train.
Yi-seul's father. He produces baseball gloves.
Yi-seul's mother. A loving woman who gives many tips to Baek-ho and considers him a son.
  • Go In-beom as Oh Tae-beom
Yi-seul's maternal grandfather. A bossy and stubborn man used to get what he wants. He was a great baseball coach feared for his severity. He loves Yi-seul more than his own daughter, and sees Baek-ho as the son and grandson he has never had, teaching him all the secrets of baseball. He died while Yi-seul was attending her first year of college.
  • Lee Dal-hyung as teacher
  • Kim Seung-pil as event MC
  • Moon Chun-shik as Yoo Byul-nam

Original soundtrack[edit]

Operation Proposal:
Original Sound Track
Soundtrack album by
Various Artists
GenrePop, K-pop, soundtrack
LabelHoga Entertainment
Neowiz Internet
Part 1:
1."If You Love Me"J Rabbit3:25
2."If You Love Me - Instrumental"J Rabbit3:25
Part 2:
1."Greeting (인사)"J Rabbit4:19
2."Greeting (인사) (Inst.)"J Rabbit4:19
Part 3:
1."That's Why I Didn't Know (그래서 몰랐다)"Lee Dong-ha4:50
2."That's Why I Didn't Know (그래서 몰랐다) (MR)"Lee Dong-ha4:50
Part 4:
1."Be My Heart"Lee Ji-hoon4:10
2."Be My Heart (MR)"Lee Ji-hoon4:10
Part 5:
1."Oh! My Goddess (오! 나의 여신님)"T.A.COPY.3:12
2."Oh! My Goddess (오! 나의 여신님) (MR)"T.A.COPY.3:12
Part 6:
1."A Little Love Story (작은 사랑이야기)"Park Eun-bin3:50
2."A Little Love Story (작은 사랑이야기) (MR)"Park Eun-bin3:50
Part 7:
1."Since That Day (그날 이후)"Park Jin-joo3:50
2."I Swear"Kim Shin-ah3:57
3."Be My Heart"Lee Ji-hoon4:26
4."Since That Day (그날 이후) (MR)"Park Jin-joo3:50
5."I Swear (MR)"Kim Shin-ah3:57
6."Be My Heart (MR)"Lee Ji-hoon4:26
1."Greeting (인사)"J Rabbit4:20
2."Oh! My Goddess (오! 나의 여신님)"T.A.COPY.4:20
3."Be My Heart"Lee Ji-hoon4:12
4."That's Why I Didn't Know (그래서 몰랐다)"Lee Dong-ha4:52
5."If You Love Me"J Rabbit3:27
6."A Little Love Story (작은 사랑이야기)"Park Eun-bin3:52
7."Since That Day (그날 이후)"Park Jin-joo3:52
8."I Swear"Kim Shin-ah3:59
9."Lighten Up (웃어봐)"D.I.A2:26

International Broadcast[edit]


  1. ^ Hong, Lucia (31 January 2012). "Actor Yoo Seung-ho: It feels like I learned how to love from words". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  2. ^ Lee, Jin-ho (1 February 2012). "Park Eun Bin Talks About Her Dating Experiences". enewsWorld. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  3. ^ "Love is On the Air for Young Actress". The Chosun Ilbo. 18 February 2012. Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  4. ^ "Korea's 20-somethings Being Sidelined". The Chosun Ilbo. 7 November 2007. Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  5. ^ Lee, Jin-ho (14 March 2012). "Are Yoo Seung Ho and Park Eun Bin Dating?". enewsWorld. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  6. ^ Hwang, Hyo-jin (26 January 2012). "My Name Is: Ko Kyung-pyo". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-03-26.

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