Kang Suk Ho is an ordinary lawyer who decides to take up a job at the nearby high school. After seeing the conditions of the school and the poor grades all the students have, Suk Ho decides to create a special class promising admission to the most prestigious college in Korea, "Chun-Ha-Dae University." Five of the most laziest students - Hwang Baek Hyun, Gil Pul Ip, Na Hyun Jung, Hong Chan Doo, and Oh Bong Goo join the class to in order to prove that they can do it with hard work and dedication.
Episode 1x16; Feb 23, 2010
1x16: Episode 16
1x15: Episode 15
1x14: Episode 14
1x13: Episode 13
1x12: Episode 12
1x11: Episode 11
1x10: Episode 10
1x9: Episode 9
1x8: Episode 8
Lee Hyun Woo as Hong Chan Doo
Bae Doo Na as Han Soo Jung
Go Ah Sung as Gil PulI Ip
Lee Chan Ho as Oh Bong Goo
Yoo Seung Ho as Hwang Baek Hyun
Park Ji Yun as Na Hyun Jung
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