Father, I'll Take Care of You
After helping their kids get good lives and settle, they thought about peacefully retiring -- but the children are back, and they’re as annoying as ever.
Father, I'll Take Care of YouStarring Kim Jae Won and Park Eun Bin
Kim Jae Won (Hwajung), Park Eun Bin (Age of Youth), Lee Tae Hwan (High School King of Savvy), and Lee Soo Kyung (Dae Mul) headline a family drama that shows maturity is not about being able to take care of yourself, but about being able to take care of each other. Han Hyung Sub (Hwajung actor Kim Chang Wan) and Moon Jung Ae (Producer alum Kim Hye Ok) managed to get all their children settled into their lives and are now dreaming of living a blissful, simple life together. Unfortunately, before they can finally put their feet up and live the carefree retired life they have worked towards, all of their immensely self-centered children decide to move back home. However, there’s just one problem: the children aren’t exactly children, and that is upsetting to the parents who thought they were done spoon-feeding the brat patrol. The returning scion entourage includes the youngest, surprisingly successful and only bachelor of the group Han Sung Joon (Lee Tae Hwan), the patriarch’s niece and tarot card reading café owner Han Jung Eun (Lee Soo Kyung), the eldest son Han Sung Hoon (Wanted alum Lee Seung Joon), and Han Sung Shik (Hwan Dong Joo from Doctor Stranger). And, as if an entire group of people moving in with their families wasn’t enough of a mess, living opposite the Han household is Lee Hyun Woo (Kim Jae Won), a neighbor with a mysterious past and tremendous wealth who looks intently on the family every single day and waits for the moment to take his revenge. And, as if to only compound the family’s problems, the neighborhood also houses Oh Dong Hee (Park Eun Bin), an assistant writer bound by her slave-like contract and living in the shadow of her disreputable brother. With so many characters of competing ambition and equally competing selfishness, can the old couple find a few moments in the sun and finally teach their children the value of family?
Father, I’ll Take Care of You is directed by veteran Lee Dae Young, who is reuniting with Kim Jae Won after first having worked with him on a series nearly 15 years ago, and is written by Jo Jung Sun. Filming for the drama began in late September 2016 in Taiwan and finished one month later. The drama has been noted for portraying the increasingly common trend of grown-ups living with their parents to avoid the uncertainties of the economy, with the director even stating that it is a story that focuses on the confrontations between generations, rather than just the traditional laughter frequently found in comedies on the subject. The weekend drama debuted on November 12, 2016 on MBC, airing every Saturday and Sunday in the 10:00PM time slot. Father, I’ll Take Care of You is expected to run for fifty episodes, with a likely finale on April 30, 2017.
The extended cast for Father, I’ll Take Care of You includes Kim Jae Won as Lee Hyun Woo, Park Eun Bin as Oh Dong Hee, Lee Tae Hwan as Han Sung Joon, Lee Soo Kyung as Han Jung Eun, Kim Yong Rim as Oh Gwi Boon, Seo Dong Won as Seo Chul Min, Na Moon Hee as Hwang Mi Ok, Kim Chang Wan as Han Hyung Sub, Kim Hye Ok as Moon Jung Ae, Lee Seung Joon as Han Sung Hoon, Hwang Dong Joo as Han Sung Shik, Kim Sun Young as Seo Hye Joo, Shin Dong Mi as Kang Hee Suk, Shin Ki Joon as Han Ji Hoon, Son Bo Seung as Han Chang Soo, Oh Yun Ah as Han Jung Hwa, Lee Ye Won as Han Ah In, Yoon Mi Ra as Han Ae Ri, Go Sung Hyun as Ryu Myung Jin, Ga Won as Bang Mi Joo, Jo Sun Mook as Jo Moo Gyum and Park Jin Soo as Kim PD.
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as Hwang Mi Ok
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