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Rainbow Romance

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Rainbow Romance

Nonstop
(논스톱)
Format Comedy
Drama
Romance
Country of origin South Korea
Broadcast
Original channel MBC
External links
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Nonstop (Hangul: 논스톱) is a South Korean sitcom that broadcast its first season in 2000 on MBC. It continued with 5 more seasons. The series was popular for its cast of teen idols, many who debuted through the show gaining vast popularity.

Synopsis

Each Nonstop season shows the hilarious everyday life adventures of a group of college students and their friends and family. Actors in this program made many stories to be expected in campus. Unlike traditional sitcoms, each season features a brand new cast.

Many of its over-the-top dialogue became a staple of pop culture in South Korea. It makes many Korean high school students expectation that life of university campus is like in Nonstop.

Cast

Season 1

Broadcast: 2000

Season 2

Broadcast: 2000-2002

Season 3

Broadcast: 2002-2003

  • Choi Min-yong
  • Jung Tae Woo
  • HaHa
  • Jo Han-sun
  • Yeo Wook-hwan
  • Lee Jin
  • Jeon Hye-Bin
  • Kim Young-ah
  • Kim Hyo-jin
  • Jeong Won-joong
  • Dana
  • Jeong Da-bin
  • Son Dam Bi
  • Kim Jung Hwa
  • Hwang Ji-hyun
  • Kim Ji-hoon
  • Jo Sung-gil

Season 4

Broadcast: 2003-2004

Season 5

Broadcast: 2004-2005

Special Guests

Cameo

  • Heo Young Saeng[3]
  • Kim Kyu Jong[4]
  • Park Jung Min[5]
  • Kim Hyung Jun[6]

Season 6

Broadcast: 2006, also known as Rainbow Romance

Special Guests

References

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