Three Men and a Baby in New Trailer for Korean Drama “Eulachacha Waikiki”

Eulachacha Waikiki Korean Drama - Lee Yi Kyung, Kim Jung Hyun, Son Seung Won

It’s three men and a baby in the new trailer for the upcoming JTBC drama Eulachacha Waikiki (also known as Laughter in Waikiki) starring Kim Jung Hyun (School 2017), Lee Yi Kyung  (Go Back Couple), and Son Seung Won (Age of Youth 2).

Of course, any time three guys unexpectedly find themselves caring for a baby, you know all kinds of chaos is about to ensue. And it does! I just can’t wait to see what kind of trouble these guys into it while running their guesthouse. Let the fun begin!

Eulachacha Waikiki is a comedy about three men who decide to open a guesthouse to make money and get involved with a single mother and her baby. Kim Jung Hyun will play a cynical man who dreams of being a movie director. Lee Yi Kyung is an actor who is the son of a famous star but finds himself stuck in minor roles while Son Seung Won is a writer having a difficult time. The drama comes from the writer of Modern Farmer and the PD of Man to Man.

Eulachacha Waikiki is scheduled to premiere February 5, 2018 on JTBC.

See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/jV8-Km7Z0aQ

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11 Responses to Three Men and a Baby in New Trailer for Korean Drama “Eulachacha Waikiki”

  1. Okay so this sounds a lot like a Taiwanese drama I watched last year with the same concept however, for the life of me I cannot remember its name because I want to rewatch it. I think this is another version of it (like how there’s a million versions of “Mischievous Kiss.” All I can remember from the Taiwanese one is one of the main guys was an architect looking for his next big project and another is a doctor fallen into despair. Does that sound familiar to you at all? 🙂

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    • Kay says:

      Hmm, it doesn’t ring any bells. I’m not that up on Taiwanese dramas though. Sorry I couldn’t help 😦

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      • That’s all right. I’m sure concepts are shared/copied/borrowed all the time anyway. I’ll find it eventually! 😉😂

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        • Kay says:

          Yep, they definitely are. Good luck finding it 🙂

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          • 8 days after I asked this question I FINALLY found it. It was in my “Watch Again” list on Netflix. It’s called “Happy 300 Days.” Now I can stop driving myself crazy ha!

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          • And speaking of copied/borrowed concepts, there’s that Meteor Garden version of Boys Over Flowers out now. I just started laughing when I watched the trailer for it and the first episode. Nearly a carbon copy with the usual differences.

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            • Kay says:

              Oh good, I’m glad you found it! I know how annoying it is to have something like that nagging at you in the back of your mind. Now you can rest easy 🙂

              I think there must be like 5 or 6 versions of the Boys Over Flowers story out now, lol. That and Playful Kiss have got so many remakes and most are very similar to one another. But I guess people keep liking them so they just keep on making them, hehe 🙂

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              • Oh God yes, Playful Kiss. I think that one ame out when the guy who played Ji Hoo was still popular. I honestly can’t stand that series now, not just because of his scandal but because of how…manufactured?…the relationship is. *sigh Some moments were cute but I just couldn’t see it.

                Now, take “My Little Lover” or “Good Morning Call,” there’s more chemistry there. Ofc the main gut in Good Morning Call is like the Playful Kiss main guy but I think he developes more.

                Sorry, they’re both Japanese dramas…lol!

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                • Kay says:

                  I did really like Playful Kiss, but it’s a certain style you kinda just have to be in the mood for. There were quite a few dramas around that time that were similar. I tried some of the other versions of Playful Kiss but couldn’t get into them. I’m a bit kdrama biased though, lol. I actually have seen both My Little Lover and Good Morning Call. And I loved My Little Lover! That drama was adorable, and I think so fondly of it 🙂

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                • Yes! I’ve rewatched My Little Lover a couple of times because, for once, they didn’t make the main guy seem too creepy or possessive. And you’re right, you really do have to be in the mood for certain “genres” within kdramas – otherwise you’ll get very annoyed trying to watch your pick.

                  I started out watching kdramas which, naturally, pulled me into Japanese and Taiwanese. It took a while to get used to the language/cultural differences of course. By the time Mischievous Kiss (Japan’s version) came around I think I was done with that and moving on to the flower boy genre LOL

                  “Flower Boy Next Door” is still one of my favorites! I’m not a drama expert by far but I think I need to rewatch that one as well

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                • Kay says:

                  Yep, mood can make all the difference sometimes with dramas. I know a lot of people who started with kdramas and then got into other Asian dramas. I’m kind of the same way except that I haven’t had as much luck with dramas from other countries. I’ve started a ton of Japanese, Chinese, and Taiwanese dramas and didn’t get far. But I have completed several Japanese and Chinese ones that I enjoyed. I seem to be really picky with them though and it’s harder to win me over, lol.

                  Ooh, a Flower Boy Next Door rewatch sounds like a great idea! To this day that drama is in my top 5 all time favorite dramas. I have so much love for Flower Boy Next Door! 🙂

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