Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Starring: Kim Seon-Ho, Shin Min-a

Hong Banjang (Kim Seon-Ho) is the charming jack of all trades who lives in a picturesque close-knit seaside village. He is the go-to person for every small problem – he takes care of real estate to plumbling and delivery of parcels in the village. Yoon Hye-Jin (Shin Min-a) opens a dental clinic in the village, however, her aim is to earn some money and go back to Seoul. She seems unfit for the community living and is awkward in dealing with the villagers. As a result, she is given a cold shoulder by the village people. Soon, she is made to realise her mistake and she warms up to the people and vice versa.

This drama is not about power struggles or family politics, it’s a story of ordinary people living ordinary lives with their everyday struggles. Kim Seon-Ho can charm your pants off, he is that good, that smile and those dimples, why these Korean male actors have to be so good looking?

Shin Min-a, another dimpled actor, plays her role so authentically. I felt sad when the drama got over, I loved these two so much.

As for the supporting actors, they all played their part brilliantly and gave much gravitas to the story. Without them, the drama wouldn’t have been as complete. The love between two small kids, a teenage fangirling over her idol, the fights between I-Jun’s parents and the love story between the local policeman and Hye-Jin’s friend, they are all so cute.

Watch Hometown Cha Cha Cha for the unusual romance between the lead couple.

This post is a part of #BlogchatterA2Z 2023.

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