18 Again (2020)

18 Again (2020)

Other name: 18 어게인에이틴 어게인Eitin EogeinEighteen Again


Jung Da-Jung is married to 37-year-old Hong Dae-Young. They have have 18-year-old son and daughter. Jung Da-Jung works hard as a rookie announcer and she has a warm heart. She becomes completely fed up with her husband and is unable to deal with him anymore. Hong Dae-Young got fired from his job and he is looked down upon by his family. Jung Da-Jung hands him divorce papers.

Meanwhile, Hong Dae-Young looks at himself as an ordinary jobless middle-aged man. He regrets his life. At that moment, his body changes into that of an 18-year-old year old person, while his mind is still that of his 37-year-old self. Back in his teenage days, Hong Dae-Young was an excellent basketball player and also popular. Now, with his regained 18-year-old body, he changes his name to Ko Woo-Young and begins to live a new life.

Based on the American film “17 Again.”

Country: Korean

Status: Completed

Released: 2020

Genre:Comedy; Drama; Romance; Youth;

Airs: July 23, 2022


Kim Ha Neul (1978), Yoon Sang Hyeon (1973), Lee Do Hyeon (1995), Ryeo Woon (1998), Noh Jeong Eui (2001), Lee Ki Woo (1981), Kim Yoo Ri (1984), Wi Ha Joon (1991), Choi Bo Min (Golden Child) (2000), Yang Dae Hyeok (1987), Han So Eun (1993), Lee Mi Do (1982), Lee Byeong Joon (1964), Oh So Hyeon (1998), Hwang In Yeob (1991), Kim Yoon Hye (1991), Lee Cheon Moo (2014), Kim Gang Hyun (1977)

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