City Hall

Title: 시티홀 /
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2009-Apr-29 to 2009-Jul-02
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
City Hall is a drama that will deal with politics in a romantic comedy genre. It’s about the happenings between a young woman mayor and an elite bureaucrat. Jo Gook is an exceedingly smart government official. He passed the Higher Civil Service quickly, and basically is the perfect guy. But being a deputy mayor is not enough for him. He lives with the dream of becoming South Korea’s President. He should have easily gone straight to the top, but due to an unexpected incident, he gets dispatched as a deputy mayor for a provincial small town, Inju City, where Shin Mi Rae was working. Shin Mi Rae is a low-ranking secretary in Inju, but she works her way up in becoming the youngest City Mayor. As their paths met, they have to deal with each other’s personal and social differences. But despite their constant bickerings, would they end up in each other’s arms?
Cha Seung Won as Jo Gook
Kim Sun Ah as Shin Mi Rae
Yoon Chae Rin as Mi Rae (child)
Choo Sang Mi as Min Joo Hwa
Lee Hyung Chul as Lee Jung Do
Extended Cast
Cha Hwa Yun as Jo Yong Hee (Jo Gook’s mother)
Yoon Se Ah as Go Go Hae
Jung Soo Young as Jung Boo Mi
Lee Joon Hyuk as Ha Soo In
Yang Jae Sung as Kang Tae Gong
Kim Gun as Yang Kye Jang
Choi Sang Hoon as So Yoo Han
Kwon Da Hyun as Sun Hwa
Kim Neul Mae as Go Yang Yi
Choi Il Hwa as BB
Shin Jung Geun as Ji Gook Jang
Park Joo Ah as Yoo Kwon Ja
Kim Jin Seong as Jo Rang
Yum Dong Hun as Go Boo Sil
Park Tae Kyung as Boo Jung Han
Im Dae Il as Director Moon
Ryu Sung Han as Director Byun
Kang Joo Hyung as Mang Hae Ra
Lee Jae Goo as Ye San
Kim Ah Rang as Ha Ni
Min Joon Hyun as quitting copyist
Choi Dae Sung
Kim Dong Gyoon
Nam Hyun Joo
Production Credits
Director: Shin Woo Chul
Screenwriter: Kim Eun Sook
Episode Ratings

see City Hall/Episode Ratings

External Links

2009 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Special Drama – Actor (Cha Seung Won)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award, Special Drama – Actress (Kim Sun Ah)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (Cha Seung Won)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Stars Award (Kim Sun Ah)

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  • Anwar

    Loved this Drama! The leads were great and the story was fun. Yes – it has all the typical tropes of a K-DRAM-ROM-COM – The loveable but antagonistic leads, the BFFs, the dopey bad guys, the EVIL bitch, the family secrets, filial duty, twists, turns, minor arcs, a major arc, et all. Yep they’re all there and fulfill their roles nicely. The comedy is broad as one would expect and the acting top notch. If you enjoyed The Greatest Love, or My Lovely Sam Soon, The City Hall is 20 episodes of pure Korean fun and entertainment.