Drama Operation Proposal Information

Operation Proposal
  • Drama Title: Operation Proposal
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  • Status:  Completed           
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  • Total Episodes: 16
  • Summary: 

    The Proposal is the Korean re-make of 2007 Japanese drama titled Operation Love (Proposal Daisakusen) from 2007. In the Korean version, Yoo Seung Ho will play the leading man Kang Baek Ho. The story opens with Kang Baek Ho attends his childhood friend wedding. Right there in the wedding ceremony, Baek Ho regrets that he didn’t confess his love to the bride. As he accidentally has a chance to travel back to the past to the all moments he has with the bride, he then re-creates that moments and tries to win the bride’s heart.

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