Overall: Sweet Munchies is a Korean Comedy-Romance Drama (2020). Sweet Munchies cast: Jung Il Woo, Kang Ji Young, Lee Hak Joo. Sweet Munchies Release Date: 25 May 2020. Sweet Munchies episodes: 12.
Sweet Munchies Detail
Drama: Sweet Munchies (2020)
Network: jTBC, Viki
Main Stars: Jung Il Woo, Kang Ji Young, Lee Hak Joo
Genres: Action, Crime
Country: South Korea
Release Date: 25 May 2020
Aired: 25 May 2020-14 July 2020
Aired On: Monday, Tuesday
Also Known As: Midnight Snack Men Women, Midnight Snack Couple, Supper Man and Woman, Yasignamnyeo, Late Night Snack Man and Woman, Yasiknyeo, Late Snack Man and Woman, 야식남녀, Sweet Munchies 2020
Sweet Munchies Synopsis and Plot Summary
Park Jin Sung runs an odd minimal late-night café where clients just pick which drinks they need and their starters are picked by Park, who alters the dishes to coordinate their beverages. He will probably furnish cafes with warmth and solace through heavenly food and amazing client care. Seeing clients make the most of their food additionally gives him an incredible proportion of satisfaction. At the encouraging of one of his normal clients, Park turns into the host of another theatrical presentation called Midnight Snack Couple, which shoots him to fame and notoriety.
Customary client Kim Ah Jin is an energetic PD. She, as a rule, has a grin all over and consistently looks on the brilliant side. Her confidence is just coordinated by her affection for food and drinking. In the wake of trying sincerely as a group part underway groups for a long time, she, at last, gets her to break as a PD when she persuades Park Jin Sung to turn into the host of her TV appearances.
Kang Tae Wan is an effective style planner. He has his own design TV program and comes to know Park Jin Sung and Kim Ah Jin when he’s brought onto the Midnight Snack Couple theatrical presentation as a beautician for Park. As the three work together, they, in the long run, become engaged with an atypical love triangle.
Sweet Munchies cast
Jung Il Woo as Park Jin Sung
Kang Ji Young as Kim Ah Jin
Lee Hak Joo as Kang Tae Wan
Yang Dae Hyuk as Nam Gyu Jang
Kim Seung Soo as Lee Sang Young
Shin Woo Gyum as Kang Min Soo
Choi Jae Hyun as Park Jin Woo
Kim Soo Jin as Cha Ju Hee
Park Sung Joon as Noh Jae Soo
Kim Yi Jung as Yoo Sung Eun