The drama begins in 1988 and focuses on the life of Kang Man Ho, a stuntman in his early 30s who has a one night stand with a pianist, Lee Hyun Jae. Man Ho soon has to learn how to take care of his son and become a father who makes sacrifices for his son.
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Episode 1x2; Dec 28, 2009
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Choi Min Soo as Kang Man Ho
Kim Soo Hyun as Kang Jae Il
Moon Jung Hee as Lee Hyun Jae
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