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The Bean Chaff of My Life (내 인생의 콩깍지)

Alternate titles: 我的麻烦男友 Starring and

That rare story of two best friends falling in love, The Bean Chaff of My Life is a funny, endearing drama about two people looking for the perfect one. Punctuated with the occasional musical element, it features singing and dancing in a cheery romp that tells the story of two perfectionists who overlook each other.

Eun-young (So Yoo Jin of Golden Fish) and Gyung-soo (Park Kwang Hyun of Pink Lipstick) meet in their early twenties, when she is part of the campaign staff of a candidate in the local election. Complete opposites in everything - personality, goals, and temperament - they clash, and wind up going their separate ways. 12 years later, they're now in their early thirties, and still appear to be opposites in everything - except their desire to find the perfect mate. Now friends, they decide to help each other out in that quest. A modern-day comedy about love, marriage, and the pressure to find both, Bean Chaff asks the question: can the two people who could never imagine being together, can finally grow up and understand what love is?


drama - 16 Total episodes | MBC | 2003

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