1% of Anything

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1% of Anything
1% of Anything (2003 TV series).jpg
Promotional poster
Genre Drama
Based on 1% of Anything
by Hyun Go-woon
Written by Hyun Go-woon
Directed by Jang Geun-Su
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 26
Original network MBC
Original release July 6 (2003-07-06) – December 28, 2003 (2003-12-28)
Related shows 1% of Anything (Dramax, 2016)

1% of Anything (Hangul1%의 어떤 것; RR1%ui Eotteon Geot, or Something About 1%) is a South Korean TV drama that was broadcast on Sunday mornings for 26 episodes from July 6, 2003, to December 28, 2003. Its central characters are played by film star Kang Dong-won and Kim Jung-hwa of SBS's 2002 TV drama, Glass Slippers. This romantic comedy drama series is based on an original novel of the same title, and it is a classic tale of boy-meets-girl. The plot follows traditional love stories of clashing personalities, familial obstacles and triumphant love-conquers-all themes.[1]

Main cast[edit]


Kim Da-Hyun is a kind-hearted elementary school teacher who helps an elderly man who passed out behind her school while she was in the middle of her class. The "old man" turns out to be Chairman Lee, a multimillionaire CEO of one of the largest conglomerate corporations in South Korea, and due to Da-Hyun's act of kindness,the Chairman leads to a series of strange events. She is written into his will and stands to inherit all of his fortunes. The Chairman's two grandchildren will see none of the inheritance, unless they choose to sincerely woo, win, and marry Da-Hyun. Caught in this web is Lee Jae-in, one of Chairman Lee's grandsons, who had worked hard to rise in the corporate world without his grandfather's help. At first unwilling to play his grandfather's game for control, Jae-in is abrasive and constantly fights with Da-Hyun as they attempt to negotiate the strange turn of events for the better. In the end, the two fall in love despite the differences in their personalities, objections from their families, and other obstacles.[2]


2016 remake will star Ha Seok-jin and Jeon So-min[3]

Production credits[edit]

  • Director: Jang Geun-Su
  • Writer: Hyeon Go-Wun


  1. ^ "1% of Anything". KoreanMovie.com. Archived from the original on July 13, 2011. Retrieved April 7, 2016. 
  2. ^ "One Percent of Anything". Archived from the original on 2009-04-25. Retrieved 2009-04-14. 
  3. ^ http://www.allkpop.org/article/2016/03/kang-dong-wons-1-of-anything-coming-as-a-remake-and-who-will-be-the-leads-this-time

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