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Love With Flaws

Title: 하자있는 인간들 / Love With Flaws
Also known as: Defective People / Doctor People / People with Flaws
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 32 (To Be Confirmed)
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2019-Nov-27 to 2020-Jan-16
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:00 (2 episodes back-to-back)


This is a drama about a woman who hates pretty boys and a man who is obsessed with appearance, overcoming their prejudice.

Lee Kang Woo (Ahn Jae Hyun) is a handsome guy, who enjoys being the center of attention. In his past, he was dumped for being ugly. Since that moment, he has been obsessed with his appearance. Meanwhile, Joo Seo Yeon (Oh Yeon Seo) is an enthusiastic P.E. teacher. She does not like handsome men, because she went through a lot of trouble due to her 3 handsome brothers. Her ideal guy is someone who is closer to normal. Lee Kang Woo and Joo Seo Yeon happen to meet. They initially argue about everything, but they develop romantic feelings for each other.


Main Cast

Oh Yeon Seo as Joo Seo Yeon
Ahn Jae Hyun as Lee Kang Woo
Kim Seul Gi as Kim Mi Kyung
Goo Won as Lee Min Hyuk
Huh Jung Min as Park Hyun Soo

Joo Seo Yeon’s Family

Min Woo Hyuk as Joo Won Jae
Cha In Ha as Joo Won Suk
Kim Jae Yong as Joo Seo Joon

Lee Kang Woo’s Family

Hwang Woo Seul Hye as Lee Kang Hee
Yoon Hae Young as Mrs. Oh
Yoon Da Hoon as Kang Woo’s father
Kim Young Ok as Chairman Han


Jang Yoo Sang as Choi Ho Dol
Joo Hae Eun as Lee Joo Hee
Shin Do Hyun as Baek Jang Mi
Seo Dong Won as Doctor Kim
HighTop (하이탑) as Han Jeong Ho
Shin Ji Hoon as Park Seok Min
Park Young Soo as Vice principle of Sinhwa High
Kwon Oh Kyung (권오경) as The chief of school affairs

Production Credits

Production Company: AStory
Director: Oh Jin Suk
Screenwriter: Ahn Shin Yoo

Episode Ratings

    Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
2019-11-27 1 3.5 - 3.2 -
2019-11-27 2 3.5 - 4.0 -
2019-11-28 3 - - 2.2 -
2019-11-28 4 - - 3.0 -
2019-12-04 5 - - 2.5 -
2019-12-04 6 - - 3.0 -
2019-12-05 7 - - - -
2019-12-05 8 - - - -
2019-12-11 9        
2019-12-11 10        
2019-12-12 11        
2019-12-12 12        
2019-12-18 13        
2019-12-18 14        
2019-12-19 15        
2019-12-19 16        
2019-12-25 17        
2019-12-25 18        
2019-12-26 19        
2019-12-26 20        
2020-01-01 21        
2020-01-01 22        
2020-01-02 23        
2020-01-02 24        
2020-01-08 25        
2020-01-08 26        
2020-01-09 27        
2020-01-09 28        
2020-01-15 29        
2020-01-15 30        
2020-01-16 31        
2020-01-16 32        

Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea


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Official Trailer
Trailer I

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  1. 1 : tigerb Says:

    heard controversy regarding the leads, curious as to why although the series will not tell me. will see how this goes.

  2. 2 : Fado Revere Says:

    This is a train wreck.

  3. 3 : Jukbang Says:

    This is not a train wreck but a nuclear disaster.

  4. 4 : Dreamcatcher Says:

    From The Guardian —

    South Korean pop star and actor Cha In Ha found dead age 27

    South Korean pop star and actor Cha In Ha has been found dead at the age of 27, the third young Korean star to die in the space of two months.

    Cha, who was a member of the K-pop group Surprise U and also had a fledgling acting career, was found at his home. His South Korean talent agency Fantagio saying it was “filled with grief at this news that is still hard to believe”.

    A spokesperson said: “We earnestly ask for rumours not to be spread, and for speculative reports not to be released in order for his family – who are experiencing great sadness due to the sudden news – to be able to send him away peacefully.”

    Cha (real name Lee Jae-ho) had recently started an acting career, starring in 2017 short film You, Deep Inside of Me and the TV drama Love With Flaws. Cha’s is the third sudden death of a K-pop star in recent months.

    In November K-pop singer Goo Hara was found dead at her home, a few weeks after the death of her close friend and fellow singer Sulli. The deaths of both women drew attention to “toxic” fan culture in Korean, as both artists were subjected to online abuse.

    Sulli had been one of the few K-pop stars to speak openly about her mental health problems and her death drew calls for greater emotional support for performers. The deaths also highlighted the problem of Molka, a practice in which women are covertly filmed so that footage can be uploaded to the web.

    In 2018, Goo took her ex-boyfriend to court after he threatened to release explicit footage of them which was filmed without her consent. In 2017, 6,400 cases of illegal filming were reported to police, with the figure more than doubling since 2012 when 2,400 cases were recorded. During the trial Goo was subjected to a online abuse and lurid tabloid stories, with experts putting the negative attention down to South Korea’s patriarchal society.

    The deaths have shone a light on the pressures that K-pop stars are under. Earlier this year the hugely successful K-pop boy band BTS began a month-long hiatus, with their management saying the break would allow themselves to “enjoy their normal lives as normal twentysomething young men”.

    The band – which is worth $3.5bn annually to South Korea’s economy, according to the Hyundai Research Institute – said they would have “extended period of rest and relaxation” to “recharge and refresh as musicians and creators”.

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