Personal Taste For Lee Min Ho

After finishing the project of Boys Before Flower, every member of F4 has continued his own career, including their leader Lee Min Ho. That 23 year old actor was once again trusted as the leading man in a drama titled “Personal Taste”. Counted as one of the Korean top list actors,Lee Min Ho’s appearance in this drama had made the public put a very high expectation on it.

Actually this project, taken from a novel with the same title, had been heard since a long time ago. Rumors had it that it was supposed to have Joo Ji Hoon and Yoon Eun Hye as the leading stars. Unfortunately, the project was postponed because of the dealing process didn’t reach any agreement.

Until early 2010, this project was finally started, having Lee Min Ho and Sohn Hye Jin (was an Alzheimer girl in the movie “A Moment To Remember) as the leading stars.

Personal Taste is a story of a woman, Park Kae In, who wants to get away from her trauma of the past. Believing no man but gay-man, Park Kae In met Jeon Ji Ho, a straight man who fake-confess himself as a gay, in one embarrassing incident and from there their story then began.

Jeon Ji Ho, the architect, is a man with a gentle woman-like heart who has a very close relationship with his mother. Meanwhile Park Kae In is a tough woman who has a big issue with his father.

Sohn Hye Jin disguiesed her age very well in this drama that she could level Lee Min Ho, who is actually 5 years younger than her, very well. The couple looked very compatible.

This drama is very entertaining, worth watching, and will give the viewer a personal taste.

Drama Details:

Title: 개인의 취향 / Kaeinui Chwihyang / Personal Taste/ Personal Preference / Kae In’s Taste

Episodes: 16
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: March 31st 2010 to May 20th 2010
Air time: Wednesdays & Thursdays 21:55

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One Response to Personal Taste For Lee Min Ho

  1. Abodunrin funmbi

    I love watching ur movel wot an interesting film’personal taste’and boy’s over flower.though boy’s over is too long buh stil ok

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