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Lee Yoon Ho, a motorcycle maniac who engages in many fights at school and is known for his high kick, and Lee Min Ho, who enjoys spending time on scale models and web blogs, are brothers born a year apart but attending the same class at school. These two portray completely opposite Korean teenage characters in a comical way. And, of course, there's the rest of the family. Their father, a full-time stock investor since being laid-off from work, nevertheless optimistic and reckless; their mother, an oriental medicine doctor and always overly confident; their grandfather, who loves money more than anything in the world; their grandmother, who is always defeated by her daughter-in-law in ongoing status quarrels, are some of them. Their uncle Lee Min Yong is a 27-year-old single dad. After going through a premature marriage and an early divorce, he enjoys his life back in the dating scene with his half-single and half-married status while continuing to encounter emotionally-involved moments with his ex-wife Shin Ji at times. "Smooth High Kick!" is a situation comedy which portrays the everyday lives of the main characters colliding with each other in a comical way. However, at a certain point, the surprising mysteries of their seemingly-normal surrounding characters begin to unravel one by one. Edit Translation

  • English
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  • Country: South Korea
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 167
  • Aired: Nov 6, 2006 - Jul 13, 2007
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Original Network: MBC
  • Duration: 30 min.
  • Score: 8.2 (scored by 1,330 users)
  • Ranked: #1513
  • Popularity: #3074
  • Content Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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38 people found this review helpful
Jul 11, 2012
167 of 167 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 5.0
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I recently finished watching Unstoppable High Kick as have started High Kick Through the Roof, also known as High Kick 2, which a second season of the High Kick sitcom series with different characters. Although some of the cast from the first season appear as cameos. The seasons are totally unrelated.

I started off my love for all things Korean with Unstoppable High Kick. It was my first drama and I have to say, it is my favorite. Unstoppable High Kick has this kind of 'fun' family setting. I have thought many times that it would be so great if I could just place myself among the Lee family and live my life with them. I know, for sure I could never say life was boring.

The sitcom takes us through a joy ride of the daily lives of the Lee family and the 'psuedo-family'(what the show refers to friends of the family who are in their household most of the time- basically act like it's their house). We are shown the ups and downs in the lives of each character in the family. This is what I love the most about this drama. Each character gets the floor at a certain point and we see things in their perspective. The daily lives of this characters are hilarious. The coincidences, the situations, will make you laugh. Though, rarely will you crack your sides with laughter.

Lee Soon Jae, the head of the household (grandfather) is beating and chasing his eldest son, Lee Junha, around the house, for causing him to lose money in his stocks. Lee Junha's wife, Park Haemi is lecturing her mother-in-law, Na Munhee, about the faults she made when doing the housework. Na Munhee is extremely angry because her daughter-in-law treats her so condescending though her feelings are only expressed in her thoughts. Lee Junha and Park Haemi's youngest son, Lee Yunho, the 'bad guy', is chasing his younger brother, Lee Minho( the studious one) and Lee Minho's best friend, Kim Beom, who got the title "home-stay Beom". Lee Minyoung, who is the youngest son of Na Munhee and Lee Soon Jae, would most likely not be present, since he acts anti-social towards his family. Although, the romance part of the show includes him. Hwang Chansung, a classmate of the boys and calls himself Yunho's bestfriend, is listening to Hip-hop through his headphones and breakdancing amidst all the ruckus. Na Hyemi and Kang Yoomi are fighting with each other.
^That my friend, is the Lee Household in a nutshell.

And of course, the reason why I started watching this 167 episode drama was because of Kim Beom and Kim Hye Sung(Lee Minho)'s bromance. They displayed a deep friendship throughout the show, even hints of some yaoi- but nay. Though, they had a few fights throughtout the show. Not to mention:

Minho: Beom.
Boem: Minho.
Minho: Beom!
Minho: Minho!
[insert hug here.]

Well sorry for the long review. It's just that I really love this sitcom and would recommend it. Don't let anything deter from watching it. Overall, I enjoyed watching this show a lot. Compared to the second season, the first is superior and I enjoyed it much more.

Some quotes from the drama:
"What the...All the people in this family are crazy"~Nurse Yu
"Why does everything in this family have to be so abnormal?" ~Park Haemi
“No one in that family is normal.” ~Nurse Park

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7 people found this review helpful
Jan 8, 2021
167 of 167 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.0
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 8.5
Rewatch Value 9.0

So good for GREAT laughs. Something you won't regret.

I don’t know how I decided to start it ...what I know is that it was the best impulsive decision!

I was bewitched by the drama.

It started perfect. With pure comedy, zero drama. episodes that are mostly unrelated to each other, and good enough to keep me entertained.
Very slowly, it evolved into something different (beautiful) but still amazing. It started incorporating some drama, they did it so slowly and lightly that it didn’t bother me, then it was shifting towards some romance ever so subtly and I was so excited!!

As the weather was actually getting colder, I felt warm inside.

The cast was everything...
Na Moon Hee is a shining star. A breath of clean air. A child like light vibe
Lee Soon Jae the cutest grandfather
Lee Min Yong is a soft bear
Lee Joon Ha is wild bear
Park Hae Mi hits 100 points on the charm scale
Seo seonsaeng is sooo cuuute!!...well everyone was amazing

At some point I felt a bit cheated. This full-on comedy started including something a little different. It started feeling so warm and fuzzy inside my heart. My weak heart couldn’t handle it, because watching this light drama, it wasn’t expecting to go through that warmth.
I loved everything. It made me go crazy. This show is the best “최고!”("Choigo!")

Sitcoms are out of my comfort zone, but I would have gone into a slump otherwise.
It was the definition of ignoring the huge PTW list

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  • Drama: Unstoppable High Kick
  • Country: South Korea
  • Episodes: 167
  • Aired: Nov 6, 2006 - Jul 13, 2007
  • Aired On: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Original Network: MBC
  • Duration: 30 min.
  • Content Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older


  • Score: 8.2 (scored by 1,330 users)
  • Ranked: #1513
  • Popularity: #3074
  • Watchers: 4,332

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