Drama Cheers to Me Information

Cheers to Me
  • Drama Title: Cheers to Me
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 10
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    An ordinary single woman who enjoys cooking and dining alone in the evenings. Yoon Jin Seo’s character is an editor at a publishing house where she’s worked for the past ten years, while Lee Jae Yoon works in marketing at the same company. Their relationship is sometimes friendly, sometimes flirty, and sometimes competitive, and it sounds like they'll have different approaches to food. While the heroine finds healing in food and drink, his goal in life is to live lean and long, until he discovers new pleasures and changes because of her.

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