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Mischievous Kiss


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Many hours of smiles and cuteness... - Dramabeans

Based on the popular Japanese comic Itazura na Kiss - which has sold over 30 million copies worldwide - Mischievous Kiss is an adorable Korean TV drama series that follows in the footsteps of hits like Palace and Boys Over Flowers.

Spunky high school student Hani (Jung So-Min) isn t all that smart. But she s true to her heart and full of dreams... and she happens to be head over heels in love with her school's top student, the handsome genius Seungjo (Kim Hyun-Joong, Boys Over Flowers, boyband SS501). Hani gathers up the courage to confess her love, but cold, arrogant, and heartless Seungjo flatly rejects her and embarrasses her in front of the whole school. And if that wasn't enough, a string of unfortunate events forces Hani and her family to move in with her father's old childhood friend - who is none other than Seungjo s father! All kinds of romantic sparks and misadventures await now that Hani is living under the same roof as Seungjo!

Special Features: Behind-the-Scenes, interviews, and 2-part Kim Hyun-Joong Special (109 min, English Subtitles)


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Product Details

  • Actors: Kim Hyun Joong, Jung So Min, Lee Tae Sung, Lee Si Young, Jung Hye Young
  • Directors: Hwang In Roe
  • Format: Anamorphic, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Korean
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: YA Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 31, 2011
  • Run Time: 1069 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004XJ4QIQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #213,157 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The story is fun and entertaining.
rkxtine
Oh Ha Ni is so adorable, and watching Seung Jo's icey self melt into someone who cares for her is really fun to watch.
Anne-Marie G
When i first heard about this drama i wasnt sure it was going to be any good but once i started it i fell in love!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By rkxtine on June 9, 2011
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"Playful Kiss" is a Korean adaptation of the Japanese manga and drama, "Itazura na Kiss", and the Taiwanese drama, "It Started With a Kiss" and "They Kiss Again". It is a story of a not so smart girl, Oh Ha Ni (Jung So Min), - who falls in love with genius, Baek Seung Jo (Kim Hyun Joong).

This drama is totally hilarious and is very addicting. The story is fun and entertaining. It is hard to stop watching it. I think I've seen this drama for more than 5 times and I plan to watch it more. At first, I just watched this drama just to see if this adaptation is better than the Taiwanese one, but as I watch it, I start to love the characters and even the actors. Kim Hyun Joong did a very good job in playing their role. You will feel their pain - especially Oh Ha Ni's. They had a perfect chemistry. I was so addicted that I own two copies of this drama.

Btw, this is the drama where I start to like and became addicted to Kim Hyun Joong.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By nonarc16 on May 9, 2011
Another cute and funny Korean Drama. If you loved Boys Over Flowers then you will not be disappointed with this one. Typical high school story of a girl crushing on the untouchable Goldenboy in school and goes through hell back with all the ridicule and teasing and meanness. But of course he's a sweetheart deep down. Can't wait to own it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Supernatural Rocks on July 10, 2012
Based on the popular Japanese comic Itazura na Kiss is an adorable Korean TV drama series that follows in the footsteps of hits like Boys Over Flowers. Spunky high school student Hani isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. In fact, she is in the worst class at her school (the vice principal refers to her class as cancer cells bringing them down). However, thou she lacks brains; she is true to her heart. Her problem is that she is head over heels in love with her school's top student, the handsome genius Seungjo (played by cutie Kim Hyun Joong from Boys Over Flowers and boyband SS501). Hani finally gathers up the courage to confess her love in a love letter to Seungjo, but he coldly rejects her and embarrasses her in front of the whole school. He even goes as far as editing the love letter and grading it with a D minus. And if that wasn't enough, a string of unfortunate events forces Hani and her father to move in with her father's old childhood friend - who is none other than Seungjo's father! Hani does what she can to win her dream boy over and break through his cold shell. I didn't love this drama but I did like it. What was hard for me is that Hani is so weak. She constantly stalks Seungio to the point where you want to yell at her yourself. Maybe it's because I've seen K-Dramas were the girls always stood up for themselves and fought back (like Jandi in Boys Over Flowers and Eun-sung from Brilliant Legacy) that made this one a little hard to truly enjoy. I wanted Hani to stop obsessing over Seungio and make him want her but he is the constant center of her universe throughout the series. I did like the guy who played the Korean Elvis type. He was hilarious. And you will ADORE Seungio's mother. She is so sweet to Hani and tries desperately to get the two together.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JennyJen on May 20, 2012
Cutely written script. The actors are able to pull you into the story line, causing you to cry with Oh Ha Ni when she's sad, yet can still share Baek Seung Jo's feelings of being annoyed at some of the things that she does too.

Kim Hyun Joong will mesmerize you with his talents as well as his attractiveness in anything that he is in! He was captivating in Boys Over Flowers. The more experience that Hyun Joong gains, the greater his talent becomes.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D.S. on June 8, 2011
It's a pretty cute series, and at times unpredictable and weird. I really enjoyed the show because it wasn't the typical girl likes guy then she doesn't but then the guy likes her back. It was kinda unpredictable because the writers made Baek Seung Jo personality unreadable. One minuet he likes her but the next time he doesn't. It's a series worth checking out.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Anne-Marie G VINE VOICE on December 23, 2011
Note: This is a review for the drama and not this DVD set.

This show for me, just sort of bottles the giddiness of a first love.

Oh Ha Ni has gone to high school for the last four years with her pretty but super brilliant crush, Baek Seun Jo. To to a freak earthquake she had her father end up moving into Seung Jo's house (both fathers are old friends, who only have rediscovered each other). Unfortunately for Ha Ni this happens right after she has given Seung Jo a letter of confession which leads to public humiliation on her part (the boy grades it and it ends up being read out loud by a mean girl who also finds Seung Jo attractive). It is very clearly a case of opposites attracting. Oh Ha Ni is bubbly, optimistic and very friendly--also the worst student in the school. Seung Jo is emotionally stunted, distant and good at everything he does (except for human interaction--his mother, thru the entire series is saying what a bad personality he has).

Of course, their having to live together allows both of them to see the other in a different light. Ha Ni's nickname is 'Noah's Snail' because while she can't do anything really well, if she sticks to something long enough she will eventually succeed. Seung Jo is able to admire her determination, it is something he has never had to do, he never has to try for anything. At the same time Ha Ni begins to understand why Seung Jo has such an emotional wall built up and slowly works her charm on him, like the snail that she is.

It is a bubbly and frothy drama, pretty light on the intense emotional stakes. Oh Ha Ni is so adorable, and watching Seung Jo's icey self melt into someone who cares for her is really fun to watch. This is one of the few dramas so far that I have gone back to again again.
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