How can a girl at the bottom of her high school class ever hope to capture the attention of the smartest, most popular boy? Ha Ni (Jung So Min) is smitten with Seung Jo (Kim Hyun Joong) from the moment she lays eyes on him on the first day of school. He is the total package – tall, athletic, good-looking, and the envy of all the students because he always gets a perfect score on all his exams. But Ha Ni’s affections are not returned, despite her energetic efforts to get his attention. Fate throws them under one roof when an earthquake destroys Ha Ni’s family home, and they live temporarily in the home of her father’s childhood friend, who turns out to be Seung Jo’s father. Will Ha Ni ever be able to get Seung Jo to think of her as anything more than a nuisance? “Playful Kiss” is a 2010 South Korean drama, that is based on the Japanese manga “Itazura Na Kiss” (“Mischievous Kiss”), which also has been adapted in Taiwan as “It Started With a Kiss” and its sequel “They Kiss Again.”
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the PKer team MBC
2010-09-01 to 2010-10-21
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the PKer team MBC
2010-09-01 to 2010-10-21
A clumsy high school girl named Oh Ha-ni (Jung So-min) who is at the bottom of her class has had a crush on a popular and genius male student, Baek Seung-jo (Kim Hyun-joong) ever since she laid eyes on him on the first day of high school. Ha-ni decides to confess through a letter, but is rejected rudely by Seung-jo, who tells her that he hates stupid girls and returns the letter having corrected all of her mistakes.
Fate intervenes when an earthquake ruins Ha-ni's family's newly built home. While the house gets rebuilt, Ha-ni and her father are invited to stay at the home of her dad Oh Ki-dong's (Kang Nam-gil) childhood friend, who happens to be Seung-jo's father Baek Soo-chang (Oh Kyung-soo). Ha-ni's feelings for Seung-jo are rekindled, and she is more than determined to impress him. Seung-jo remains insensitive to her feelings and finds her a complete nuisance. However, Seung-jo's matchmaker mom, Hwang Geum-hee (Jung Hye-young) helps Ha-ni a lot.
Seung-jo and Ha-ni soon graduate high school and go to university. There, Seung-jo meets Yoon Hae-ra (Lee Si-young), the female Baek Seung-jo. While Ha-ni's classmate Bong Joon-gu (Lee Tae-sung) still has, despite many incidents that have continuously broke his heart, feelings for Ha-ni. However, Seung-jo is still the one Ha-ni likes, despite the fact that he is always with Hae-ra and said that he lives for teasing her. Hae-ra falls in love with Seung-jo and they begin working together at a cafeteria, which makes Ha-ni jealous.
Ha-ni's feelings continue to grow just as the friendship between Seung-jo and Hae-ra does too. When Seung-jo's father becomes hospitalized, Seung-jo takes over his father's gaming company temporarily. He is introduced to the investor's granddaughter at an arranged marriage meeting, who turns out to be none other than Hae-ra. With everything going on, it seems impossible for Seung-jo to like Ha-ni. Joon-gu also doesn't give up on trying to win Ha-ni's heart, and one day, he takes his crush one step further by proposing to Ha-ni. Afterwards, Ha-ni walks back to her father's noodle shop in the rain to find Seung-jo standing there with an umbrella, waiting for her. Seung-jo claims to be curious about her answer for Joon-gu, knowing that he had proposed, but Ha-ni refuses to tell him. This leads to an argument between the two, causing Ha-ni to have an outburst, which is interrupted when Seung-jo suddenly kisses her.
The new couple walks back home and announce that they're engaged. During their honeymoon, they encounter another couple. The woman flirts with Seung-jo in front of Ha-ni and fakes an injury so that he will inspect her (Seung-jo mentioned that he is studying medicine). Ha-ni gets jealous, and she and Seung-jo argue. After Ha-ni leaves the room, the woman tries to get Seung-jo into bed, but her male companion returns and tells them that Ha-ni had left the hotel. Then Seung-jo realizes that the woman was faking and goes to find Ha-ni.
Chris, a British-Korean girl, enters their lives. She speaks Korean fluently and has a crush on Joon-gu. But Joon-gu says he only has room for Ha-ni in his heart; it is later revealed he was in denial, and has begun to have feelings for Chris.
Ha-ni tries to switch her major to nursing to be closer to Seung-jo, but her grades aren't good enough. On her way to a date with Seung-jo on Christmas Eve, she witnesses an accident. Despite the risk of arrest if it's done incorrectly, Ha-ni successfully performs CPR on the person and accompanies her to the hospital. It makes her late for their date, but finds Seung-jo waiting for her. Meanwhile, Min-ah becomes a famous cartoon artist, and Joo-ri becomes friends with a guy newly discharged from the military who comes to her salon everyday for a trim. The finale ends with Ha-ni and Seung-jo making out in the company car.
· Jung So-min as Oh Ha-ni
· Kim Hyun-joong as Baek Seung-jo
· Lee Tae-sung as Bong Joon-gu
· Lee Si-young as Yoon Hae-ra
· Jung Hye-young as Hwang Geum-hee, Seung-jo's mother
· Oh Kyung-soo as Baek Soo-chang, Seung-jo's father
· Choi Won-hong as Baek Eun-jo, Seung-jo's brother
· Kang Nam-gil as Oh Ki-dong, Ha-ni's father
· Hong Yoon-hwa as Jung Joo-ri, Ha-ni's friend
· Yoon Seung-ah as Dokgo Min-ah, Ha-ni's friend
· Choi Sung-joon as Kim Gi-tae
· Jang Ah-young as Hong Jang-mi
· Bye Bye Sea as Bong Joon-gu's followers
· Hwang Hyo-eun as Song Kang-yi, Ha-ni's homeroom teacher
· Song Yong-shik as Song Ji-oh
· Moon Hoe-won as Head Teacher Hwang
· Choi Sung-gook as Wang Kyung-soo
· Yoon Bo-hyun as Tennis team captain
· Abigail Alderete as Chris
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