Na Bori is a 25 year old woman who desperately wants to be a teacher at the high school she was kicked out of due misunderstanding with her teachers over injuring a group of male classmates. After getting her GED, she rejects job offers from other high schools and works on becoming a teacher at her old high school so she could work side by side with her high school love interest, the art teacher Ji Hyun Woo. However, the only thing that enables her to get the coveted job is by signing a contract to essentially babysit Park Tae In, a troublemaker who attends the same high school. Tae In, a lonely youth, quickly becomes the "jjang", or "king" of the high school, and enjoys playing mean tricks on Bori whose easygoing personality attracts the majority of her students. Noh Jemma is jealous of the relationship between Bori and Tae In, and goes out of her way to get Bori kicked out but she's not the only one against them...

Hello My Teacher - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2005-04-13

Hello My Teacher - Ki Sung-yueng - Netflix

Ki Sung-yueng (Korean: 기성용, Korean pronunciation: [ki.sʌŋ.joŋ]; born 24 January 1989) is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder and serves as captain of the South Korea national team. He will be playing for Newcastle United in the Premier League from 1 July 2018 subject to visa clearance. Ki is known for his vision, technique, long-range passing and shooting, along with his good set-pieces. He has been a full international for South Korea since 2007, gaining over 90 caps. Ki was selected in their squads for two World Cups and the 2011 and 2015 AFC Asian Cups, finishing as runner-up in the latter tournament. He has also played at two Olympic Games with his country, winning bronze in 2012. On 20 May 2015, Ki was voted as Swansea City Player of the Year as he scored eight goals in 33 appearances.

Hello My Teacher - Controversies - Netflix

On 19 November 2007, Ki wrote, “If you are frustrated, why don't you go out and play?” on his Cyworld page in response to the criticism by Korean fans after the South Korea U-23 team's goalless draw against Uzbekistan. Ki later deleted his statement after being heavily condemned for his careless behaviour. On 25 January 2011, during the 2011 AFC Asian Cup semi-final match between Japan and South Korea, Ki scored the opening goal through a penalty kick. Ki created a controversy by celebrating his goal by scratching his cheek in front of a pitch-side camera in an allegedly racist slur at Japanese people. Ki initially defended his goal celebration through a Twitter post claiming he was annoyed at having seen a Rising Sun Flag in the stadium. Ki then claimed the celebration was a reference to alleged racist abuse he had received during SPL matches from opposition fans, but the chief executive of Show Racism the Red Card expressed scepticism about this. Asian Cup tournament director Tokuaki Suzuki said no action would be taken on part of the AFC and that FIFA has not contacted the AFC regarding the matter. In the summer of 2013, it was widely reported Ki had previously insulted then-South Korea national team manager Choi Kang-hee on his Facebook page before and after the match against Kuwait in February 2012. Ki wrote, “Now everyone should have realised the value of the players who play overseas. [He] should have left us alone, otherwise, [he] will be hurt.” Ki later apologised for his “mischievous and inappropriate remarks” and his father visited the KFA to apologise as well.

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