[ad_1] 18 Again to Hospital Playlist: K-Drama dads who portray all shades of fatherhood

18 Again to Hospital Playlist: K-Drama dads who portray all shades of fatherhood

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“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is the story of Woo Gwang Ho as a single dad, who sacrificed his own dreams of becoming a lawyer and devoted himself to the needs of his daughter Young Woo. He is her primary caregiver.

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"Hospital Playlist", tells the story of a father-son duo, who understands each other's situations and difficulties.

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“18 Again” is the story of Hong Dae Young who is 37 years old and finds himself as the 18-year-old Dae Young. He realizes he has a second shot to live his life all over again. But if there is one thing he wants to stay the same, it is being a dad to his twins.

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“Start-Up” is the story of after father's demise, his estranged daughters who carry forth his legacy forward in their own way as arch rivals.

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“Reply 1988” presents the many shades of fatherhood. Dads can be fun, strict, grouchy, and shy, but what matters is that they are the shoulders to lean on when things get rough.

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“Vincenzo” is the story of a Korean-Italian mafia lawyer who gives an unrivaled conglomerate a taste of its own medicine with a side of justice.

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This father-daughter duo has some hilarious screen time together, and you cannot help but cheer them both. All in all, “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” is a wholesome watch and entertaining in every aspect.

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“Healer”, tells the story of an aspiring journalist, a night courier & news anchor. Things take a dramatic turn when the three come together to investigate matters related to their shared past.

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The hyper-competitive corridors of SKY Castle are dominated by equally fierce tiger moms as they push their young kids toward excellence.

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