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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] "Fight My Way" with Park Seo-joon and Kim Ji-won delayed for elections

2017/04/30 | 6184 views | Permalink

Viewers will have to wait until May 22nd to see Park Seo-joon and Kim Ji-won in "Fight My Way", as KBS adjusts the drama viewing schedule for the presidential elections in South Korea.

Rather than "Fight My Way" as planned, KBS has scheduled two short dramas when the currently airing "The Perfect Wife" ends its run in the Monday-Tuesday time slot. On May 8th and 9th, KBS will air "Individualist Miss Ji-yeong", a two-part romantic comedy starring Min Hyo-rin as a independent woman, and Gong Myung, a man who can't stand to be alone.

The following week, May 15th and 16th, KBS will air a shortened cut of "Baek-hee is Back", starring Kang Ye-won as Baek-hee, a woman who returns to her hometown with her daughter, after an 18-year absence. "Baek-hee is Back" also stars Jin Ji-hee as Baek-hee's daughter and personal favourite, Kim Sung-oh as Woo Beom-ryong.


"Fight My Way" is the story of two people without specs trying to live their dreams. Park Seo-joon is Ko Dong-man, a contract employee who dreams of becoming a UFC fighter, and Kim Ji-won is Choi Ae-ra, a woman who works at a department store information desk after giving up her dream of being a news announcer. More importantly, "Fight My Way" also features Kim Sung-oh, so even with the changes in the schedule, I'll only miss out on him for one week.



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