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Genre  Romance Drama Mystery
Country of origin  South Korea
First episode date  1 March 2006
Language  Korean

Written by  Noh Hee-kyung
Original language(s)  Korean
Final episode date  20 April 2006
Number of seasons  1
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Directed by  Ki Min-soo Hwang In-hyuk
Starring  Chun Jung-myung Yoon So-yi Kim Min-hee Bae Jong-ok Lee Jae-ryong Kim Nam-gil Na Moon-hee
Networks  Korean Broadcasting System, KBS2
Cast  Kim Min‑hee, Chun Jung‑myung, Kim Nam‑gil, Yoon So‑yi, Bae Jong‑ok
Similar  More Beautiful Than A Fl, Resurrection, Great Inheritance, Conspiracy in the Court, What's Up Fox

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Goodbye Solo (Hangul: 굿바이 솔로; RR: Gutbai Sollo) is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Chun Jung-myung, Yoon So-yi, Kim Min-hee, Bae Jong-ok, Lee Jae-ryong, Kim Nam-gil (credited as Lee Han), and Na Moon-hee. It aired on KBS2 from March 1 to April 20, 2006 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.


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In the urban melodrama, seven lead characters of different generations and backgrounds are all haunted by loneliness; they gradually interact and form a "family" borne out of emotional connection and mutual understanding.

Renowned for her in-depth, realistic portrayals of ordinary lives, writer Noh Hee-kyung said that the drama's theme is that all human beings are beautiful just the way they are, simply by existing in the world.

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Kim Min-ho (Chun Jung-myung) is the son of a rich business tycoon, but works as a bartender. Because he is illegitimate, he feels estranged from his family, and has a strained relationship with his father (Jang Yong), his older brother Min-jae (Kim Hyun-kyun), and especially his mother (Jung Ae-ri). Min-ho has been secretly in love for a long time with Chung Soo-hee (Yoon So-yi), an artist who is also the girlfriend of his best friend, Yoo Ji-an (Kim Nam-gil). Soo-hee despises her mother for her constantly changing partners, and thus is determined to be faithful to Ji-an, despite her growing attraction to Min-ho. Ji-an works as a secretary for Min-ho's father and his lies hide painful family secrets. Cheerful, seemingly frivolous Choi Mi-ri (Kim Min-hee) is a restaurant owner who is living with third-rate gangster Kang Ho-chul (Lee Jae-ryong). Despite their love for each other, Mi-ri agonizes over Ho-chul's refusal to marry her and her family's disapproval. Oh Young-sook (Bae Jong-ok), who calls herself "crazy," is a flamboyant and eccentric divorcee who recently moved next door to Mi-ri and Ho-chul's apartment. All these people are linked together by an old woman named Mi-young (Na Moon-hee), the mysterious owner of an eatery in the neighborhood, who hasn't spoken a single word in decades.

Main characters

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  • Chun Jung-myung as Kim Min-ho
  • Yoon So-yi as Chung Soo-hee
  • Kim Min-hee as Choi Mi-ri
  • Bae Jong-ok as Oh Young-sook
  • Lee Jae-ryong as Kang Ho-chul
  • Kim Nam-gil (credited as Lee Han) as Yoo Ji-an
  • Na Moon-hee as Mi-young
  • Supporting characters

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  • Jang Yong as Kim Joo-min
  • Jung Ae-ri as Park Kyung-hye
  • Kim Hyun-kyun as Kim Min-jae
  • Uhm Soo-jung as Im Ji-soo
  • Kim Mi-kyung as Ahn Hae-young
  • Yoon Yoo-sun as Lee Mi-ja
  • Park Ji-il as Young-sook's husband
  • Kim Tae-hoon as Shin Sik
  • Jang Tae-sung as Moodugi
  • Joo Jin-mo as Ji-ahn's father
  • So Do-bi as Yong-woon
  • References

    Goodbye Solo (TV series) Wikipedia