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Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Welcome To Waikiki (으라차차 와이키키)’s
home country is:
South KoreaSouth Korea
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Average Demand for Welcome To Waikiki (으라차차 와이키키) is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Average Demand
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Welcome To Waikiki (으라차차 와이키키) has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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Welcome To Waikiki (으라차차 와이키키) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Welcome To Waikiki (으라차차 와이키키) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Three very different young men - Dong Goo, the bad luck incarnate who dreams of becoming a film director, Joon Ki, an eccentric actor who performs to make a living, and Doo Shik, a freelancer writer who fiddles around doing nothing most of the time - open a guest house named "Waikiki" in Itaewon where many foreigners come to stay. Although they have no clue how to run it, they're eager to earn money to pay for the production of their upcoming film. Joined by Dong Goo's younger sister Seo Jin, who actually manages the household in Waikiki; single mother Yoon Ah, who has made an unexpected landing in the guest house with her mysterious baby; and Dong Goo's ex-girlfriend Soo Ah, they all start living together in an uncomfortable and suspicious atmosphere.

Country: South Korea

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Korean

Release Date: February 5, 2018

Also Known As: Waikiki, 으라차차 와이키키 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M)

Genres

Plot Keywords

guesthouse
sitcom

Company Credits

Production Co: C-JeS Production, Drama House |  See more »

Cast

Wheesung
as Self
Won-Hee Go
as Kang Seo Jin/Kang Seo-jin
Kim Seon-Ho
as Cha Woo Shik
Na-ra Oh
as Creditor's wife
In-gi Jeong
as Soo Yeon's father
Hyeok-soo Kwon
as Byung Chul's father
Kyun Sung Kang
as Kang Kyun Sung
Kim Young-woong
as Zookeeper
In-sun Jung
as Han Yoon Ah
Yun Se-ah
as Dong Goo's senior
Sohee
as Kim Jung Eun
Lee Si-eon
as TV Producer
Gyo-jin In
as Kwak Ha Ni
Sang-uk Joo
as Kang Min Ho
Lee Yi-kyung
Go Min-Si
as Lee Min Ah
Woo-Ri Jo
as Sun Woo
Kim Young-ok
as Jang Gun's grandma
Hye Rin Ryu
as Jin Joo
Hyun-soo Shin
as Kook Ki Bong
Soo-kyeong Jeon
as Waikiki house owner
Hyeon-jong Sin
as Protester
Man-sik Jeong
as Creditor
Kim Jung-hyun
as Kang Dong Goo
Ji-Sang Han
as Tae Hyun sunbae
Park Sung-woong
as Actor Park Sung Woong
Son Seung-Won
as Bong Doo Shik/Bong Doo-sik
Lee Deok-hwa
as Actor Lee Deok Hwa
Lee Joon-hyuk
as Director with amnesia
Hyung Tak Shim
as Ki Bong's senior
Alexis v Hall
as Alexis
Go Won-hee
Kim Ye-Won
as Cha Yoo Ri
Eun-woo Jeong
as Min Seok
Lee Jeong-eun
as Restaurant owner
Moon Ga-young
as Han Soo Yeon
Daniel Joey Albright
as Phillip
Jung In-sun
Lee Joo-woo
as Min Soo Ah
Yeon Je Hyung
as Kim Hyun Sung
Yi-Kyeong Lee
as Lee Joon Ki
Hee-kyung Moon
as Min Seok's mother
Yull Jang
as (2018)
Jason Nelson
as Hostel Guest
Park Ah-In
as Da Young
Kim Seo-hyeong
as Kim Hee Ja
Son Seung-won

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 20 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 16 Episodes

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