Absolute Boyfriend (2019)

Absolute Boyfriend (2019)

Eom Da Da is a special effects make-up artist who has been secretly dating Ma Wang Joon, an A-class actor, for 7 years. After a sequence of incidents that damaged Da Da's belief in her love, she decides to break up with Wang Joon. With a heart barely healed after the breakup, she ends up meeting Young Goo, a humanoid robot programmed to be a perfect boyfriend. Young Goo begins to develop human emotions and gets involved in a love triangle with Wang Joon and Da Da.

Adapted from the manga Absolute Boyfriend (Zettai Kareshi).

Filming began on 2019-May and finished 2019-July.

Director: Jeong Jeong Hwa [정정화]

Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Airs: 2019

Cast more

  • Yeo Jin Goo (1997)

    Yeo Jin Goo (1997)

  • Bang Min Ah (1993)

    Bang Min Ah (1993)

  • Hong Jong Hyeon (1990)

    Hong Jong Hyeon (1990)

  • Hong Seo Yeong (1995)

    Hong Seo Yeong (1995)

  • Choi Seong Won (1985)

    Choi Seong Won (1985)

  • Ha Jae Sook (1979)

    Ha Jae Sook (1979)

  • Kwon Hyeon Sang (1981)

    Kwon Hyeon Sang (1981)

  • Cha Jeong Won (1989)

    Cha Jeong Won (1989)

  • Hong Seok Cheon (1971)

    Hong Seok Cheon (1971)

  • Kong Jeong Hwan (1976)

    Kong Jeong Hwan (1976)

  • Kim Do Hoon (1998)

    Kim Do Hoon (1998)

  • Go Jung Min (1979)

    Go Jung Min (1979)

  • Choi Joo Won (1994)

    Choi Joo Won (1994)

  • Hong Ji Yoon (1991)

    Hong Ji Yoon (1991)

  • Yoon Shi Yoon (1986)

    Yoon Shi Yoon (1986)

  • Kim Do Hyeon (1977)

    Kim Do Hyeon (1977)

  • Park Ah In (1985)

    Park Ah In (1985)

  • Jo Dal Hwan

    Jo Dal Hwan

  • Jeong In Ki (1966)

    Jeong In Ki (1966)

  • Park Seul Gi (1986)

    Park Seul Gi (1986)

  • Joey Albright (1988)

    Joey Albright (1988)

  • Lee Seung Il (1994)

    Lee Seung Il (1994)



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