How far would you go to save your dying sister? Shim Bo Nui (Hwang Jung Eum) is very superstitious and does everything she can to ward off bad luck, from lighting candles to sprinkling salt. She has been visiting a fortuneteller for two years to find ways that she can keep her younger sister, who has been in a coma after a car accident, alive against all odds. After another code-blue incident with her sister, Bo Nui begs her fortuneteller to keep her sister alive. The fortuneteller tells Bo Nui that she has to sleep with a man born in 1986 (the Year of the Tiger), or her sister will die. Bo Nui sets off on an earnest “man hunt” to find a man who was born in the Year of the Tiger. When she realizes that Je Soo Ho (Ryu Jun Yeol), the CEO of a game development company, is just the man, she tries to pursue him. Meanwhile, Gary Choi (Lee Soo Hyuk) is a tennis star who moves in next door to Bo Nui because he used to have a crush on her as a boy and pretends to be 30 to get close to her. Han Seol Hee (Lee Chun Ah), Gary’s manager, can’t understand his sudden interest in living in a small apartment and taking time off from tennis. Can Bo Nui find the right man and romance him for one night in time to save her sister? “Lucky Romance” is a 2016 South Korean drama series directed by Kim Kyung Hee. It is based on a webcomic written by Kim Dal Nim.
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