Plus Nine Boys

Plus Nine Boys

There is a common Korean belief that anything plus nine (gu in Korean) is always "cursed" and brings about more hardship than usual, including the ninth year of every decade in one's life. Gu Gwang Soo is 39 years old. He was once the brilliant PD of the nation's top live music program. But his fall from grace occurs when members of an indie band he'd cast drop their pants onstage and flash the entire country during a live broadcast (based on a real-life incident on MBC in 2005). Gwang Soo often thinks about his ex-girlfriend Joo Da In who suddenly broke up with him one day and left him heartbroken. When they meet again, she is a single mother whose life revolves around her young daughter.

Kang Jin Gu is 29 years old. He has two younger brothers, Min Gu and Dong Gu. Jin Gu is a tour planner for a large vacation travel agency, and he's popular, self-assured and carefree. Jin Gu falls into a one-sided love for the first time in his life when he confesses his feelings to his friend and co-worker Ma Se Young, but she tells him that she likes someone else, and he doesn't know how to deal with being friend zoned.

Kang Min Gu is 19 years old. He is a hot-tempered high school senior and judo athlete. Min Gu dreams of going to his dream college on a judo scholarship, which means giving his all to win a gold medal in his competitive matches. Min Gu keeps running into a cute but mysterious girl named Han Soo Ah all over town, and he decides that they're fated to be together. But Soo Ah has the entire district's high school boys swooning over her.

Kang Dong Gu is 9 years old. He is a child actor who got famous doing food commercials because of his healthy appetite. Dong Gu suddenly feels threatened when, for the first time ever, he loses a job to a new rival child actor and finds himself in a career slump. The precocious Dong Gu has also been secretly dating 8-year-old child actress Jang Baek Ji for the past two years, but she dumps him for his rival.

Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Genres: Family; Romance;
Airs: 2014

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  • Kim Yeong Kwang (1987)

    Kim Yeong Kwang (1987)

    Incheon, South Korea
  • Oh Jeong Se (1977)

    Oh Jeong Se (1977)

    Uiryeong-gun, South Korea
  • Yook Seong Jae (1995)

    Yook Seong Jae (1995)

    Suji-gu, Yongin-si, South Korea
  • Choi Ro Woon (2007)

    Choi Ro Woon (2007)

    Pyeongtaek, Gyunggi-do, South Korea
  • Kyeong Soo Jin (1987)

    Kyeong Soo Jin (1987)

    Incheon, South Korea
  • Yoo Da In (1984)

    Yoo Da In (1984)

    South Korea
  • Park Cho Rong (1991)

    Park Cho Rong (1991)

    South Korea
  • Lee Chae Mi (2006)

    Lee Chae Mi (2006)

    Pajoo, Gyunggi-do, South Korea
  • Kim Mi Kyeong (1963)

    Kim Mi Kyeong (1963)

    South Korea
  • Kim Hyeon Joon (1991)

    Kim Hyeon Joon (1991)

    South Korea
  • Kim Gang Hyun (1977)

    Kim Gang Hyun (1977)

    South Korea
  • Kim Min Yeong (1990)

    Kim Min Yeong (1990)

    South Korea
  • Kim Won Hae (1969)

    Kim Won Hae (1969)

    South Korea
  • Park Hyeok Kwon (1971)

    Park Hyeok Kwon (1971)

    Incheon, South Korea
  • Hwang Eun Jeong (1980)

    Hwang Eun Jeong (1980)

    South Korea
  • Park Min Ha (1991)

    Park Min Ha (1991)

    South Korea
  • Lee Jin Ho (1986)

    Lee Jin Ho (1986)

    Hwaseong-si, South Korea
  • Park Ha Joon (2006)

    Park Ha Joon (2006)

    South Korea
  • Oh Hee Joon (1988)

    Oh Hee Joon (1988)

    South Korea
  • Kim Min Ho (1990)

    Kim Min Ho (1990)

    South Korea
  • Hwang Tae Kwang (1974)

    Hwang Tae Kwang (1974)

    South Korea
  • Kwon Ji Min (2007)

    Kwon Ji Min (2007)

    South Korea
  • Park Eun Ji (1983)

    Park Eun Ji (1983)

    South Korea
  • Lee Se Yeong (1992)

    Lee Se Yeong (1992)

    South Korea
  • Park Hae Il (1977)

    Park Hae Il (1977)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim Jong Min (1979)

    Kim Jong Min (1979)

    Dobong-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Lee Gook Joo (1986)

    Lee Gook Joo (1986)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Im Do Yoon

    Im Do Yoon

    South Korea
  • Park Na Rae (1985)

    Park Na Rae (1985)

    South Korea
  • Lee Jin Kwon (1991)

    Lee Jin Kwon (1991)

    South Korea
  • Go Jae Won (2008)

    Go Jae Won (2008)

    South Korea
  • Jang Do Yeon (1985)

    Jang Do Yeon (1985)

    Yeonggwang-gun, South Korea
  • Jeon Hyeon Moo (1977)

    Jeon Hyeon Moo (1977)

    Mok-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Lee Se Yeong (1989)

    Lee Se Yeong (1989)

    South Korea
  • Kwon Hong Seok (1967)

    Kwon Hong Seok (1967)

    South Korea
  • Han Seo Yeon (1986)

    Han Seo Yeon (1986)

    South Korea
  • Moon Joo Yeon (1980)

    Moon Joo Yeon (1980)

    South Korea

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