The series is the first installment of tvN's "Oh! Yang Eun-bi Lee Chung-ah is a university student in her mids, preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She accidentally encounters Cha Chi-soo Jung Il-woo , the arrogant heir to the biggest food conglomerate in South Korea. Cha Chi-soo, newly homed after a failed attempt to attend school in New York City, fascinates women with his good looks and easy charm. Eun-bi was initially attracted to him, until she found out that he was only a high school senior, and thus 6 years younger than her. However, her student-teaching assignment finds her not only working at the high school that Chi-soo's family owns, but teaching his homeroom class. She grows to dislike him for his arrogance and lack of empathy.
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Being a teenager is a struggle on its own right, but these 11 talented teens seem to have skipped the obligatory awkward phase. From dancers, to models, to YouTube stars, these are the teens you should be following on Instagram in Why you show follow her: At only 19, Olivia Jade has already accumulated 1. Why you should follow him: In , the bleach blonde teen was discovered by a modelling agency via Instagram when he was only Hailing from mixed Korean-Nigerian descent, he is breaking barriers as the first model of African descent to walk runways in South Korea. She began her ascent to internet stardom at the age of 12, posting drugstore makeup tutorials on Youtube where she has now amassed a whopping K subscribers. Who is technically 20, but still, yikes. Her sultry pop debut album, As She Pleases was released in early and her profile has only risen since then. What goes around comes around. The beach babe began modelling at the age of 9, doing a shoot for Elle Italy.
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