Sweet Buns

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Sweet Buns
Sweet Buns TV poster.jpeg
Promotional poster
Also known as 'Red Bean Bread'
Genre
Written by Lee Sook-jin
Directed by Lee Jae-dong
Starring
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 26
Production
Producer(s) Jung In
Running time 60 minutes
Release
Original network Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Original release July 4, 2004 (2004-07-04) – January 16, 2005 (2005-01-16)
External links
Website www.imbc.com/broad/tv/drama/danpot/

Sweet Buns (Hangul단팥빵; RRDan-pat-ppang) is a South Korean television series starring Choi Kang-hee,[1] Park Gwang-hyun, Jung Chan and Jung So-young. It aired on MBC from July 4, 2004 to January 16, 2005 every Sunday at 8:55 a.m. for 26 episodes.

Plot[edit]

Ga-ran and Nam-joon were classmates in elementary school. Ga-ran is a tomboy who prefers trousers to skirts, and loves taekwondo more than her piano lessons. Nam-joon on the other hand is Mr. Perfect who's got good looks, a fine brain, and is the most popular guy in school, especially among the girls. One day, Ga-ran sees Nam-joon giving away the sweet bun which Ga-ran's friend gave him, to another girl. Ga-ran throws herself at Nam-joon and beats him up, and their rivalry lasts throughout high school. A few years after college, Ga-ran and Nam-joon meet again as adults, both recovering from recent break-ups. Despite their constant bickering, they gradually realize that they're meant to be.

Cast[edit]

  • Choi Kang-hee as Han Ga-ran
  • Park Gwang-hyun as Ahn Nam-joon
    • Kang Sung-hyun as young Nam-joon
  • Jung Chan as Yoo Kwan-ha
  • Jung So-young as Hong Hye-jan
  • Ryu Hyun-kyung as Kim Sun-hee, Ga-ran's housemate
  • Kim Han as Lee Deok-jin
  • Kim Na-woon as Ahn Nam-hee, Nam-joon's older sister
  • Park Kwang-jung as Choi Jung-hoon, Nam-hee's husband
  • Jeong Kyeong-ho as Lee Ki-dong
  • Song Jae-ho as Jeon Young-il, Ga-ran's school principal
  • Jung Han-heon as Hwang Jung-gu
  • Kim Ji-wan as Lee Shin-hyuk
  • Kim Sung-joo as interviewer
  • Kim Nam-gil as Hye-jan's boyfriend
  • MC Mong (cameo)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jeon Do Yeon Plays Femme Fatale". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. August 19, 2011. Retrieved April 6, 2016. 

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