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[Drama 2014-2015] Pinocchio, 피노키오

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trying to play it coy, trying to make it disappear
   but just like the battle of Troy there’s nothing subtle here

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...........please,..just let yourself be happy for once...!:blush::heart:

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9 Of The Nicest Rich Guys Who Shatter K-Drama Stereotypes

Aug 4, 2019
by Azra_A

Where would K-drama be without chaebols? That’s the Korean word for a wealthy businessman, owner of a vast conglomerate empire, aka the job description of 80 percent of K-drama male leads. It makes sense that this trope is so popular: when we enter the world of chaebols, we get to see how the other half lives and to revel in glamour and luxury which we’d never otherwise experience.

But you know what doesn’t make sense? So many K-drama chaebols are arrogant jerks, and so many female leads keep falling for them anyway. It’s 2019, people! Our leading ladies have better things to do than chase cold, aloof guys who don’t treat them right. That’s why we always love to see a chaebol who knows how to be a decent human being. The more these charming fellas turn up, the more the tide turns and the fewer tired tropes we have to endure.

Want to know which rich guys are leading the way? Let’s find out!

Warning: spoilers ahead!


8. Seo Bum Jo in “Pinocchio




As “Pinocchio” starts out, Seo Bum Jo (Kim Young Kwang) seems like the typical chaebol we love to hate. He has been intercepting our heroine In Ha’s (Park Shin Hye) texts to her mother for years, not admitting it because he just likes reading them. He’s a complete momma’s boy who uses his connections to get a job alongside In Ha, then spends all his time flashing his cash to impress her. Ew!





But there’s more to Bum Jo than first meets the eye, as even our grumpy hero Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk) eventually realizes. Bum Jo may have chased In Ha for fun, but he never intended to be mean. Being a momma’s boy has made him naive and childlike, to the point where he’s almost too innocent for this world. When he’s put to the hardest test and forced to question everything he knows, Bum Jo might just turn out better than most of us.

Check out the first episode of “Pinocchio”:





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