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High Kick!

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GenreSituation comedy
Created byKim Byeong-wook
Written bySong Jae-jeong
Lee Young-chul
Lee So-jeong
Choi Jeong-hyeon
Bang Bong-won
Directed byKim Byeong-wook
Kim Chang-dong
Kim Young-ki
Lee Soon-jae
Na Moon-hee
Jeong Jun-ha
Choi Min-yong
Park Hae-mi
Shin Ji
Kim Hye-seong
Jung Il-woo
Seo Min-jung
Park Min Young
Kim Bum
Opening theme"Unstoppable High Kick" by Moogadang
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes167
Executive producersChung Eui-chan
Jeong Wang-gyo
ProducersKim Ki-bum
Kim Gwan-gil
Jung Yong-wook
Kim Young-gyu
Running time30 minutes
Production companyChorokbaem Media
Original release
ReleaseNovember 6, 2006 –
July 13, 2007
High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged
High Kick!

거침없이 하이킥

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Revised RomanizationGeochimeopsi Haikik
McCune–ReischauerKŏch‘imŏpsi Haik‘ik

High Kick! (Korean: 거침없이 하이킥; RR: Geochimeopsi Haikik; lit. "High Kick without Hesitation" or "Unstoppable High Kick") was a South Korean situation comedy revolving around the life of the Lee family.[1][2][3][4] It aired in South Korea from Monday through Friday, in sitcom format.

The show led to tát the sequels High Kick Through the Roof, which aired in 2009–2010, and High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged, which aired in 2011–2012.


There's a fact that almost all of the character's name is their actor/actress real name - some of the characters just change their last name.


  • Lee Soon-jae as Lee Soon-jae,[5] the head of the Lee family, who works alongside his daughter-in-law at his Korean medicine hospital. The oldest in the family, he can be strict and aggressive toward his family members, and thinks only about himself. In flashback scene, He used to tát be Moon-hee's master
    • Lee Tae-ri[a] as young Lee Soon-jae
  • Na Moon-hee as Na Moon-hee, Soon-jae's wife. She does all of the cooking and cleaning, and looks after Joon (Min-yong's baby). In flashback scene, she used to tát serve Sunjae's family as maid
  • Jeong Jun-ha as Lee Jun-ha, son of Soon-jae and Moon-hee, a huge man with an enormous appetite. Laid off from his job, he spends his time at trang chủ as an unsuccessful investor and depends on the earnings of his wife, who is the main doctor at his father's hospital.
  • Choi Min-yong as Lee Min-yong, the late-born son of Soon-jae and Moon-hee, who works as a Phường.E teacher at Pungpa High School where his nephews attend. Returning to tát his parents house after a short-lived marriage with Shin Ji, he lives in an expanded and modified storeroom upstairs, which is connected with the main house with a firemen's pole.
  • Park Hae-mi as Park Hae-mi,[6] the wife of Lee Joon-ha, she is a doctor that works with Lee Soon-jae. in flashback, she married Lee Junha to tát seek revenge after her breakup to tát his boyfriend
  • Kim Hye-seong as Lee Min-ho, the eldest and smart son of Lee Joon-ha and Park Hae-mi.
  • Jung Il-woo as Lee Yoon-ho, the youngest son of Lee Joon-ha and Park Hae-mi, who narrates the story of the show.
  • Shin Ji as Shin Ji a.k.a. Shin Bong-hee,an unemployed small-time singer. Lee Min-yong's former wife and the mother of Joon who wants to tát study music in Russia but was conned. She and Hae-mi are not in good terms.
  • Seo Min-jung as Seo Min-jung,[7] a clumsy English teacher at Pungpa High School, and the homeroom teacher of Min-ho, Yoon-ho, Bum, Chan-sung and Seung-hyun. She rented the apartment that Min-yong and Shin Ji used to tát live in, and lives there with Shin Ji after her return from the short and unsuccessful attempt to tát study in Moscow.
  • Kim Bum as Kim Bum, Lee Min-ho's best friend, who desires to tát become a thành viên of the family.
  • Park Min-young as Kang Yoo-mi, an unintelligent girlfriend of Lee Min-Ho, daughter of Hae-mi's friend.


  • Lee Su-na as Lee Su-na a.k.a. Gaeseong-daek and Lee Yu-na, Na Moon-hee's best friend, currently in prison for murdering her sister.
  • Yeom Seung-hyun as Yeom Seung-hyun, another classmate of Min-ho and Yoon-ho, and the rival of Yoon-ho.
  • Hwang Chan-sung as Hwang Chan-sung, Yum Seung-hyun's friend and one of Yoon-ho's rivals. He later befriends Yunho.
  • Go Chae-min as Lee Jun, Min-yong and Shin Ji's infant child.
  • Na Hye-mi as Na Hye-mi, a classmate of Yoo-mi, transferred from a different school in later episodes.
  • Jeong Shin-woo as Nurse Yu
  • Park Seung-chan as Nurse Park
  • Hong Sun-chang as Hong Sun-chang, the sarcastic Vice Principal of Pungpa High School.
  • Yoon Seo-hyun as Lee Seo-hyun, a detective.
  • Roh Joo-hyun as Seo Joo-hyun, Seo Min-jung's father.
  • Seo Hyun as Han Young-min, a thành viên of the staff in a musical Shin Ji played in.
  • Jo Yeon-hee as Yoga instructor
  • Clara Lee[b] as Kim Yoon-joo (ep. 64)
  • Park Chanyeol as High school student (ep. 71)
  • Jo Young-min as Yoon-ho
  • Kim Hee-jung as Min-ho's crush (ep. 164)


  1. ^ Credited as Lee Min-ho.
  2. ^ Credited as Lee Sung-min.

Original soundtrack[edit]

Part 1
  1. Unstoppable High Kick - Moogadang
  2. Love U Like U - Moogadang
  3. Why Is It - Moogadang
  4. Sambuja Song - Moogadang
Part 2
  1. Love to tát Ride - Lee Gyeong-mi
  2. In Place - Lee Eun-ju
Special edition
  1. Love to tát Ride (Full Ver) - Lee Gyeong-mi

International broadcast[edit]

  • It aired in nhật bản on cable channel KNTV from May 21, 2007, to tát January 8, 2008.[8]
  • It aired in Vietnam on HTV3 called Gia đình là số 1 from November 11, 2009.
  • It aired in the Philippines on TV5 beginning April 5, 2010. Chicosci tuy nhiên Diamond Shotgun was used as the theme tuy nhiên of the series.


  • In Vietnam, the series was adapted by Điền Quân Media & Entertainment to tát be produced in năm nhâm thìn. The first episode was on air on every Monday through Thursday, beginning from January 18, 2017.


  1. ^ Hong Soo-hyun, Lee Ho-jeong (January 15, 2007). "Sitcom maestro has the right formula for laughter unlimited". Korea JoongAng Daily via Hancinema. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
  2. ^ Chun, Su-jin (January 30, 2007). "TV Review: Happy? Watch High Kick and ask again". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on June 29, 2013. Retrieved May 29, 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  3. ^ Kim, Tae-jong (February 6, 2007). "TV Sitcom Wins Over Viewers With Unconventional Characters". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
  4. ^ Kang, Hye-ran (July 25, 2007). "Director keeps sitcoms all in the family". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on June 29, 2013. Retrieved May 29, 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  5. ^ "Internet Generation Discovers Pre-TV Age Actor". The Chosun Ilbo. January 26, 2007. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
  6. ^ Yang, Sung-hee (August 8, 2007). "A high kick into top gear for a new star". Korea JoongAng Daily. Archived from the original on June 29, 2013. Retrieved May 29, 2013.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  7. ^ "Newlywed Seo Min-jung to tát Retire from Acting". The Chosun Ilbo. August 27, 2007. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
  8. ^ "韓流No.1 チャンネル-KNTV".

External links[edit]

  • High Kick! official MBC trang web (in Korean)
  • High Kick! at MBC Global Media
  • High Kick! at HanCinema
  • High Kick! at IMDb