Drama Myung Wol the Spy Information

Myung Wol the Spy
  • Drama Title: Myung Wol the Spy
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Country: Korean
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  • Total Episodes: 18
  • Summary: 

    An elite North Korean spy, Han Myung Wol, and her partner, Choi Ryu, infiltrates South Korea on a mission to disrupt the Hallyu Wave by kidnapping one of their top stars, Kang Woo. Despite her proficiency at her job, Myung Wol's one weakness is her uncontrollable curiosity. Hijinks ensue when she falls in love with Kang Woo instead.

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