How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor

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Title: 완벽한 이웃을 만나는 법 / How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor
Chinese title : 遇见完美邻居的方法
Also known as: The Way to Meet Up with Perfect Neighbors
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2007-July-25 to 2007-Sep-27
Air time: Wednesdays & Thursdays 21:55 (9:55 Korean time)

Synopsis

Baek Soo Chan has nothing in his hands but he lives a life under the belief that he will become the man any woman who sits next to him wants. However, his belief is questioned when he starts to realize true love.

This drama will be focusing on the relationships of four persons who are living in the company’s dorms. A professional con-man, a successor to the company, a lawyer and her meddling assistant

Cast

Kim Seung Woo as Baek Soo Chan
- Lee Ji Oh as Soo Chan (child)
Bae Doo Na as Jung Yoon Hee
Park Shi Hoo as Yoo Joon Suk
Min Ji Hye as Go Hye Mi
Son Hyun Joo as Yang Duk Gil
Kim Sung Ryung as Jung Mi Hee (Yoon Hee’s older sister)
Ahn Sun Young
Kim Sa Rang
Kim Rwe Ha
Park Kwang Soo
Jung Dong Hwan as Go Chang Shik (Hye Mi’s father)
Park Won Sook as Sun Woo (Yoon Hee & Mi Hee’s mother)

Production Credits

Director: Jo Nam Kook
Producer: Oh Jin Suk & Park Sang Eok

Episode Ratings

Date Episode Nationwide Seoul
2007-07-25 1 13.8 (6th) 14.1 (7th)
2007-07-26 2 13.5 (8th) 13.6 (8th)
2007-08-01 3 11.8 (8th) 11.9 (8th)
2007-08-02 4 13.3 (8th) 13.2 (8th)
2007-08-08 5 15.8 (5th) 16.3 (5th)
2007-08-09 6 15.7 (6th) 15.8 (7th)
2007-08-15 7 16.1 (5th) 17.3 (4th)
2007-08-16 8 16.0 (4th) 16.5 (4th)
2007-08-22 9 18.7 (2nd) 19.2 (2nd)
2007-08-23 10 17.3 (4th) 17.5 (3rd)
2007-08-29 11 17.1 (4th) 17.6 (5th)
2007-08-30 12 17.9 (3rd) 19.2 (4th)
2007-09-05 13 16.1 (7th) 17.0 (7th)
2007-09-06 14 16.8 (5th) 17.5 (4th)
2007-09-12 15 14.7 (7th) 15.3 (6th)
2007-09-13 16 16.2 (6th) 16.7 (7th)
2007-09-19 17 13.9 (7th) 14.8 (7th)
2007-09-20 18 14.6 (8th) 15.2 (8th)
2007-09-26 19 <10.5 10.7 (19th)
2007-09-27 20 15.9 (8th) 16.4 (8th)

Credit : TNS Media Korea

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65 Responses to “How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor”

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  1. 51
    mel Says:

    i wanna watch this.. looks like so interesting..

  2. 52
    nining Says:

    i love this drama,, :)

  3. 53
    Wen Says:

    Watched this drama because of Park Si Hoo. Overall quite a nice drama and I like Bae Doo Na too. She is very natural and real.

  4. 54
    louis vuitton wallet Says:

    i love this drama,, :)

  5. 55
    diefan Says:

    Its another really nice Kdrama.. its fun and enjoyable to watch. Bae Doo Na is awesome.. her lines is so natural and..captivating. she just wonderful and for real a talented actress…

  6. 56
    sizuka Says:

    i love perfect neighbour.

  7. 57
    karen Says:

    I love this drama so much that i can’t say!!

  8. 58
    wilma Says:

    the story is appealing…hooking you onto it…..variety of cast so not so boring story….

    The cast did a very good job as well…

    the ending is nice but the ending is not concluded as much as i wanted to be but none the less it was a great series…….

    aja aja fighting c:

  9. 59
    maida Says:

    it is worth watchind drama .highly recommended and unpredictable

  10. 60
    reny Says:

    i love this drama .. really really like it so… funny and fun … interesting story :D .. better watch this movie

  11. 61
    reny Says:

    i love this dramaaaaaaaa………………… i wanna see more and more :D

  12. 62
    via Says:

    I just watched this drama till episode 12, I cant wait to watch the rest because i want to know what happen between the secretary n the boss, I love Park Si Ho so much and I hope he will get the leading lady ‘Bae dona’ all the character is well written and the story is interesting. I cant wait to watch the rest of the drama tonight.. ;p

  13. 63
    eka christy Says:

    I think the drama is very interesting, because park shi hoo is my favorit actor

  14. 64
    lisa Says:

    During this holiday season, I am rewatching HTMAPN. This is my nth time watching the drama to see PSH’s excellent performance in the drama. I fast forward those many scenes without PSH.
    What I especially noted in this watching is that PSH looked so young, handsome and noble. He really shines. No wonder, he won the heart of his secretary. I would fall at his feet if I were in her place….especially love the boss / secretary scenes… good chemistry.

  15. 65
    lisa Says:

    http://www.jinsightreviews.com/2011/05/how-to-meet-perfect-neighbor.html

    Extracts from review of HTMPN in link above:

    “So as all of you probably figured, I’m a huge Park Shi Hoo fan, and for valid reasons, as I’ve rarely seen a better actor with a more scene-stealing, charming on-screen persona than the one he exudes. And unlike other actors who have maybe one compelling role and then a bunch of mediocre, dry pieces (Joe Cheng, along with pretty much all other kdrama male leads), PSH is incredibly consistent. That’s why despite two attempts to sidekick him into a second-lead role, his charisma wins over fans and he edges right up over the initial male lead.

    How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor is the first time (that I know of) where the original lead was ousted by the second lead, aka Kim Seung-Woo by PSH. Very deservingly too. He was the only reason I wallowed through the horrendously boring first quarter and stuck with the rest of this otherwise terribly schizo and mediocre story.

    Yoo Joon-Suk (Park Shi Hoo)

    I’ve read reviews where people say they loved him in PP but hate him in this. Maybe my love for PSH is particularly immense, but I thought Joon-Suk was pretty darn cute and realistic. He doesn’t have the quirky confidence or humor of later PSH characters like Gu Yong-Shik and Seo Byun, but he’s still portrayed charmingly and demonstrates a nice depth and complexity, far more than the main girl. PSH seems to have been thrust into a bajillion troubled-family-background types of roles, but he does them so well, as seen here.

    What I love about Joon-Suk is that he is believable, especially with his faults. Most dramas paint the prince as one who falls unconditionally in love with the girl and becomes blind to all of her shortcomings. However, we know that people, and especially men, in real life are not like that. No matter how much you love someone, you will feel embarrassed if she/he makes a fool of herself and you in front of your old flame by acting like an uneducated oaf. I like that they show Joon-Suk feeling exactly these sentiments, and even better, by showing him honestly trying to overcome his “narrow-mindedness.” Which I personally thought was cute and very representative of the real world. He was a little uptight and overbearing at first, but that’s how guys that really love you behave, especially in the early stages of love before two people build up trust and rapport.
    However, I do see how people may have been angered by him in the last two episodes. Even my PSH love couldn’t quite overcome his cowardly attitude, although he does do it for understandable reasons.

    Honestly, if PSH hadn’t been the actor for this I don’t know if I would have liked Joon-Suk as much as I do.

    Cr: Jinsight Reviews

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