) is a 2018 television series starringKim Jun-myeonHa Yeon-sooOh Chang-sukandKim Ye-won. It is a remake of the 2012 Japanese television series. The drama is aired onMBNand Dramax starting May 9, 2018 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 23:00 (KST) time slot.
Romance story about Lee Yoo-chan (Kim Jun-myeon), a genius programmer and CEO of IT company Next In who cant recognize the face of his loved one because of his facial recognition disability and Kim Bo-ra (Ha Yeon-soo), a college student who has an Alpha Go like memory and is an aspiring job-seeker.2
A genius programmer who is also the CEO of gaming company, Next In. He has a facial recognition disability, and thus cannot recognize the woman he loves.
A jobless college graduate who dreams of working at Next In. She has a positive attitude and an excellent memory.
Vice president of Next In. He is gentle and warm.
Younger sister of Tae-joo. A gallery curator.
Jung Yo-Hanas Steve Jo, an employee at Next In. Hes known for his lighthearted, joking attitude and his random comments in perfect English. * Choi Kwang-il as Nam Chul-woo (Administration Director)
Park Sung-hoonas Cha Do-jin (Programmer). Seemingly narcissistic but opens up gradually. Ends up married.
Lee Jae-jinas Kang Chan-soo (Management Team employee)
Kim Ianas Jang Do-il (New Development Team leader)
Gong Seo-young as Oh Se-yeon (Yoo-Chans secretary)
Friend who grew up with Yoo-chan in an orphanage.
Yun Da-yeongas Park Mi-so (Bo-ras college friend and roommate)
Hwang Young-hee as Jo Yeon-shil (Bo-ras mother)
Sung Byung-suk as Park Kkot-bun (Bo-ras grandmother)
Choi Ji-naas Jung Young-suk (Vice Minister of Science and Technology)
This drama airs on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBSSBSMBCEBS).
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South Korean romantic comedy television series
South Korean television series based on Japanese television series
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