(Korean Drama) A Thousand Kisses


Details
Title: 천번의 입맞춤 / Chunbuneui Ibmatchoom / A Thousand Kisses
Chinese Title: 千次的吻
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 50
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2011-Aug-20 to 2012-Feb-05
Air time: Saturday & Sunday 20:40
Director: Yoon Jae Moon
Screenwriter: Park Jung Ran


Synopsis
A divorced woman strives for success after experiencing several difficult ordeals.

Joo-Young (Seo Young-Hee) is an ordinary house wife who takes care of her mother-in-law, husband and son. For her hobby she takes cooking lessons. Her only complaint is that her husband Tae-Kyung (Shim Hyung-Tak) is so busy he can’t spend enough time with their family, specially their son Chan-No. Tae-Kyung then promises to take his son to a soccer game. On the day of the soccer game, Tae-Kyung doesn’t show up and they can’t get in touch with him. While Joo-Young is taking her cooking lessons, Chan-No keeps calling asking her to take him to the soccer game. Joo-Young rushes out of the cooking lessons. While leaving, she bumps into Woo-Bin (Ji Hyun-Woo) who is just walking out of the elevator. Woo-Bin drops a chinaware dish. Later at the office, Woo-Bin, who works as a sports agent, discovers that the chinaware is broken.

Joo-Young is able to make it to the soccer game with her son Chan-No. After the game Joo-Young and her son happen to meet Woo-Bin again and he asks Joo-Young to pay for the broken chinaware from earlier in the day. They exchange phone numbers and go their separate ways.

During this time, Joo-Young’s younger sister Joo-Mi (Kim So-Eun) sees her sister’s husband Tae-Kyung hug and kiss another woman. Joo-Mi calls her sister and tells her what she saw. That evening Joo-Young confronts her husband about what her sister saw. Tae-Kyung replies that the woman in question is a crazy client and he can’t do anything about it. In actuality, Tae-Kyung is having an affair with the woman who is named Joon-Hee (Lee Ja-Young).

One day, Joo-Young runs into Joon-Hee at a coffee shop. Joon-Hee confesses to her that she is having an affair with her husband. Joo-Young becomes numb. During this time, Woo-Bin calls Joo-Young to have a meeting about the broken chinaware and also an autograph of a famous soccer player he promised to give to her son. Woo-Bin senses something is wrong with Joo-Young.

Meanwhile, younger sister Joo-Mi bumps into a man named Woo-Jin (Ryu Jin) while jogging. Since that moment Joo-Mi can’t forget Woo-Jin. One day, Joo-Mi meets Woo-Jin again at a coffee shop. Joo-Mi is thrilled to see him again and she goes up to him to say hi, but Woo-Jin is cold to her. Woo-Jin happens to be cousins with sports agent Woo-Bin.

Cast
Seo Young Hee as Woo Joo Young
Ji Hyun Woo as Jang Woo Bin
Ryu Jin as Jang Woo Jin
Kim So Eun as Woo Joo Mi

Extended Cast
Cha Soo Yun as Han Yoo Kyung
Shim Hyung Tak as Park Tae Kyung
Lee Soon Jae as Jang Byung Doo
Cha Hwa Yun as Yoo Ji Sun
Goo Seung Hyun as Park Chan Noh
Kim Chang Sook as Min Ae Ja
Jung Ga Eun (정가은) as Jang Hye Bin
Jung Jae Soon as Yum Jung Soon
Nam Ji Hyun as Jang Soo Ah
Ban Hyo Jung as Cha Kyung Soon
Lee Mi Young as Oh Bok Joo
Lee Ja Young as Yang Joon Hee
Kim Chang Wan as Jang Byung Shik
Yoon Doo Joon as Yoon Ki Joon (cameo)

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