Hearts of Nineteen - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2006-05-22

Hearts of Nineteen - Hearts of Nineteen - Netflix

Hearts of Nineteen (Hangul: 열아홉 순정; RR: Yeorahom Sunjeong; lit. Pure Nineteen) is a 167-episode South Korean television drama/romantic comedy broadcast by KBS1 from 2006 to early 2007. The drama won many awards at 2006 KBS Drama Awards and was a commercial success reaching a peak rating of 43.2% on its January 6 episode and an average viewership of 29.14%.

Hearts of Nineteen - Plot - Netflix

Yang Gook-hwa (Hangul: 양 국화) is a nineteen-year-old country girl who leaves Yanbian and travels to Seoul because she is marrying Hong Soon-goo (Hangul: 홍 순구), the third son in an average but respectable family. When she arrives in Seoul, however, she finds out that her fiance has just died in a terrible car accident. Instead of returning to Yanbian, she decides to stay and create a new life in Korea while sending money back to her aunt and uncle. While she lives in Korea, she is taken in as a family member by Soon-goo's family. Hong Woo-kyung (Hangul: 홍 우경), the son of Soon-goo's oldest brother Moon-goo (Hangul: 문구), especially cares for her like his own sister. Woo-kyung works in the marketing department of UT, a huge telecommunications company. His former classmate Park Yoon-hoo (Hangul: 박 윤후), the son of UT's CEO, also works in the marketing department, in a higher position. Yoon-hoo's spoiled younger sister Yoon-jeong (Hangul: 윤정) attends college. The oldest child, Yoon-ji (Hangul: 윤지), is estranged from the family due to her marriage to a poor car salesman.

Hearts of Nineteen - References - Netflix