Everybody say kungdari postr 2019

Korean Drama “Everybody Say Kungdari” (Synopsis + Cast + Preview)


“Everybody Say Kungdari” is an MBC drama series that released on 16 July, 2019.

Everybody say kungdari poster 2019


“Everybody Say Kungdari” Korean drama story will revolve around Song Bo Mi (Park Si Eun) who gets kicked out of United states as she didn’t have a US citizenship. She was adopted there. She then moves back to her hometown village called Kungdari. There she meets Han Soo-Ho (Kim Ho Jin), a former successful financier in United States. Han Soo Ho now lives in Kungdari to find a herbal medicine for his ill daughter here.


Slice Of Life, Family, Melodrama, Comedy

Main Cast

Park Si Eun Song Bo Mi

Kim Ho Jin Han Soo Ho

Seo Hye Jin Lee Na Bi

Kang Suk Jung Moon Jang Soo

Lee Bo Hee Jo Soon Ja


Kdrama “Everybody Say Kungdari” will have a total of 119 episodes. (could be more)

Still Cuts (from trailers)

Everybody say Kungdari daughterEverybody say kungdariKungdari Kdrama funny sceneEverybody say kungdari kiss scene


  1. Park Si Eun starred in Korean drama “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” (2016) before.
  2. Kim Ho Jin starred in Korean drama “The King in Love” (2017) before.
  3. Seo Hye Jin starred in Korean drama “About Time” (2018) before.
  4. Kang Suk Jung starred in Korean drama “Your Lady” (2013) before.
  5. Lee Bo Hee starred in Korean drama “Liver Or Die” (2019) before.



Episode 1 short preview

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6 comments on “Korean Drama “Everybody Say Kungdari” (Synopsis + Cast + Preview)”

  1. This drama has been pretty good so far. However, it is only at about the halfway mark, and is slated for waaaaay too many episodes (120+) to remain “good.” If it ended in 3-5 more eposides, I would rate it high. It has reached its climax point and needs to conclude. Instead, the writers will wear out viewers with minutia, ridiculously repetitive catch-and-release of bad guys, excessive flashbacks, bouts of amnesia, and dead plots while music plays on and on. When they do that (and they will), the drama will be ruined. It will drop from high rating to a low rating, because you simply CANNOT drag a storyline past its conclusion without destroying it. Not possible. I typically bail out at the halfway mark on these long dramas, because I run out of patience with stupid. They become too much like American soap operas…the armpit of American programming.


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