He led Jeonbuk to the K League Championship twice in 20.
He also led his team towards the AFC Champions league final but as a result, they lost to Qatari side Al Sadd.
His family, however, wants his life to become a bit more wholesome and pressurizes him to get married.
Unfortunately, tying the knot is not on our 33-year-old bachelor’s mind, so he makes a plan that seems destined to succeed.
How do you get your meddlesome family off your back?
If you’re Gong Gi Tae (Yeon Woo Jin), you give your family what you know they would never accept.
, I noticed that the drama is so brilliant it’s roping in viewers by its excellent storytelling and spot on acting by the two leads Ji Sung and Choi Kang Hee, but almost everyone professes not to be familiar with either actors or their previous works.
Let’s start with a fun fact about them – they’ve technically worked on the same drama before in 2006’s , a MBC experimental omnibus drama composed of six chapters with six pairs of directors and screenwriters each team taking one chapter consisting of two episodes. Too bad, because PTB shows they have exquisitely fine-tuned chemistry.
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He was recently on a new variety show called , and Blue so wonderfully wrote up the episode which you can read here.
I encourage you all to check it out, because it gives such a heartwarming and funny peek into who Ji Sung really is when he’s not acting.
Gi Tae is a confirmed bachelor who has no interest in getting married, but he faces tremendous pressure from his family to settle down.
To get them off his back, Gi Tae brings Joo Jang Mi (Han Groo) and introduces her as his future wife, knowing full well that his family would never accept her.
Choi Kang Hee disappointed all the shippers out there by making it loud and clear that she would never date her '7th Grade Civil Servant' co-star Joo Won no matter how cute he is.
Choi Kang-hee made her acting debut in 1995 with the high school drama The New Generation Report: Adults Don't Know, then went on to appear in the horror film Whispering Corridors (1998) and television series such as School (1999), Sweet Buns (2004), and Our Stance on How to Treat a Break-up (also known as Rules of Love, 2005).
He and Jang-mi both learn a little about how important it is to communicate honestly, and I can only say thank goodness, it’s about time.
) star in a romantic comedy that proves even the biggest lies cannot stop real love from finding its way. He is a handsome and successful plastic surgeon whose inconsiderate nature and preference for solitude means he has no interest in settling down any time soon.
His post as the national team manager was officially announced on 21 December 2011.
On 25 February 2011, South Korean national football team won against Uzbekistan with the score of 4–2 in friendly match, marking Choi's first victory in his career as a national coach and making many fans look forward to his journey to the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup.