Coffee House Brings Fresh Atmosphere on the Screen

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I can say that everyone was expecting Coffee House for two main reasons: 1. Was for Kang Ji Hwan’s comeback. 2. Was for the drama itself which offered viewers a fresh concept in the drama storyline. So, let’s see…

There he is, Lee Jin Soo, a 32 year old famous author who writes several best-selling books and has an eccentric personality. He makes more smile if he feels bad, show more care to people he dislike, and spends more money when he wants to get himself out of the place earlier. He doesn’t have cellphone nor fancy car despite his wealth and fame. No one really understand how to deal with this guy, except for one woman,Seo Eun Young. This 31 year old woman is Jin Soo’s publisher as well as a good friend he’s known for quite a long time. Eun Young, the perfectionist boss seems to also have a little ‘problem’ with her personality.

Faith then bring Jin Soo to meet this helplessly naive 25 year old girl named Kang Seung Yeon. Her innocense may bring laughters to viewers, but not to Jin Soo. Working for him has turned her life to be unbearably confusing. Instead of giving her a what so called ‘normal’ jobs, Jin Soo makes her do only two things for him: sharpening pencils and making coffee, which both eventually didn’t fit Jin Soo’s standard. So he sent Seung Yeon to read books that she barely knew what it was all about.


Title: 커피하우스 / Coffee House
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-May-17 to 2010-July-06
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 20:55

Casts: Kang Ji Hwan (Lee Jin Soo), Park Shi Yeon (Seo Eun Young), Ham Eun Jeong (Kang Seung Yeon), Jeong Woon In (Han Ji Won)

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