'Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha' revealing highlights filled with excitement and laughter

‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ revealing highlights filled with excitement and laughter

‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ has released a highlight video filled with a variety of charms.

The released highlight video provides an immersive feeling that makes you unable to take your eyes off of the story as the story of how Hyejin, a dentist who was working at a hospital in Seoul, came down to Gongjin.

From the first appearance, Hye-jin, who appeared with a majestic force with a meaningful narration, “I will give my medicine with conscience and dignity,” does not tolerate the absurdity of the hospital director (Bae Hae-sun) and blows a bombardment of facts that hit the bones. However, as it became difficult to work at other hospitals due to the incident, the phrase ‘a woman whose life was twisted because of a 2% sense of justice’ appeared along with the expression of regret as she became more immersed in the story, depicting her situation more realistically.

Then, Doo-sik, who travels all over Gongjin and stays close with the villagers, also catches the eye just by appearing. Doo-sik was kind to the village grandmothers, but when he met Hye-jin, he had a foreboding of their unfavorable relationship, stimulating curiosity to the utmost.

Especially, “What are you doing? Hyejin asks, “What is your identity?” and calmly replied, “Me? In the conversation of Doo-sik, who replied, “Chief Hong,” we can get a glimpse of the unusual tikataka chemistry, which adds to the anticipation. In addition, Hong Banjang, who is involved in a variety of jobs from fisheries auction houses to certified brokers, interiors, couriers, and delivery, leaves a strong impression with a unique presence that he has never seen before.

After many twists and turns, Hye-jin, a newcomer who opened a dentistry in Gongjin,’s difficult entrance into the village unfolds with an even more exciting development. Hye-jin opened a dental office ambitiously, but felt a sense of crisis that no patients came and decided to become friends with the villagers.

However, the villagers also do not open their hearts to her, a stranger from Seoul, and in the end, they are humiliated to hear the words of a local child who says, “My mother said that, but my teacher said that I am a rude person.” In response, Doo-sik gave his sincere advice, “Let’s pass by and put your heart into it.” Afterwards, Hye-jin’s changed attitude, who warmly tells the supervising grandmother (Kim Young-ok) to come back to the dentist, saying that she will be able to eat her favorite squid again. The appearance makes people look forward to the healing that ‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ will provide.

Above all, the relationship that crosses the line between Hye-jin and Doo-sik, who are opposites to each other, spreads laughter and excitement at the same time, making the viewers smile. In the scene where Doo-sik says, “If you say brother, you die” while being affectionate with Hye-jin who says, “Are you a one-year-old brother?”, he gives a burst of laughter and gives Hye-jin, who unintentionally grabs her arm, “Are you relying on me? Doo-shik’s sweet eyes that ask, ’cause it raises the heart rate.

Among them, the appearance of star entertainment PD Ji Seong-hyeon (Lee Sang-yi) who appeared in Gongjin of Gaet Village stimulates curiosity about what kind of change it will lead to the bittersweet relationship between Hye-jin and Doo-sik.

Especially the final ending scene is a masterpiece. Hye-jin, who asks, “Do you like Hongbanjang?” with a quick ball, and Du-sik, who replies, “I’m really annoyed,” create a different level of excitement than ever before. The variety of charm felt in the relationship between two people who cannot be predicted one inch ahead is the first reason that makes the first broadcast of ‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ more awaited.

Meanwhile, ‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ will be broadcasted for the first time on the 28th (Sat) at 9 PM.

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