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"The Best Chicken" Tells of Chicken and Revenge

2018/12/10 | 338 views | Permalink | Source

The new MBN drama "The Best Chicken" is a romantic comedy about the growth of young people who seek their dreams.

Kim Sohye takes on the role of Seo Bo-ah, a wannabe web-toon writer who lives a secluded life in the bathhouse that her grandfather rented out without her consent. She goes undercover working for Park Choi-go (Park Sun-ho) who takes over the bathhouse and schemes to make him fail.

Kim Sohye's friends are played by Son Min-ji as Hwang Min-ah, Jun Sung-hwan-I as Oh Yeong-ho and Yoo Moon-chi as Kim Gyoo-man.

Hwang Min-ah is the brains of the group of friends and does all the planning. Her grandparents own a real estate office and she knows how to do quick calculations and is loyal.

Oh Yeong-ho who likes to fool around. He has a bright smile and brings up the atmosphere anytime while Kim Gyoo-man runs the neighborhood butcher shop. He's big and burly, but on the inside he's innocent and kind.

"The Best Chicken" begins on the 2nd of January, 2019 on MBN.

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