A love story set in the seaside village of Gongjin.
Yoon Hye-Jin works as a dentist. She is mostly a realist, but due to her rightfulness, which is only a tiny part of her mind, her life changes. She ends up moving to the seaside village of Gongjin. There, Yoon Hye-Jin meets Hong Du-Sik (Kim Seon-Ho). She becomes curious about him. Hong Du-Sik is called Chief Hong by the local residents. He is a handsome and smart man. Officially, he is unemployed, but he always seems busy. If somebody needs help, Hong Du-Sik is the first one to appear and provide help.
Shin Min Ah
She debuted as a model for KiKi Magazine and has since appeared in numerous CF (commercial film) commercials, becoming one of the most requested CF supporters in Korea. In addition to acting in movies and dramas, she has also appeared in many K-Pop music videos, especially for G.O.D. and has published a travel book titled Minah's French Diary. In 2005, she starred in the TV series A Love to Kill with singer Rain. In 2010, she starred in the TV series My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tiled Fox alongside Lee Seung Gi. On July 22, 2015, it was announced that she was dating actor Kim Woo Bin.
Kim Seon Ho
Kim Seon Ho (born May 8, 1986) is a South Korean actor under Salt Entertainment. After working in the theater industry since 2009, he appeared on television in 2017 with two films "Good Manager" and "Strongest Deliveryman" of KBS2. Kim later appeared in MBC's "Two Cops" series, which earned him two MBC Drama Awards. In 2018, he starred in the historical drama "100 Days My Prince", which became one of the highest viewership dramas in the history of Korean cable television. On November 5, Kim joined the cast for the fourth season of reality show KBS2 2 Days & 1 Night; He received a Rookie award at the 2020 KBS Entertainment Awards for his work on the show. Kim returned to acting in October 2020 through the tvN drama "Start-Up". His role of Han Ji Pyung, a shrewd investor with a tragic past was well received by viewers and he went through a wave of domestic and international popularity.