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This article contains Still 17 Season 2 details. Still, 17 is a South Korean drama television series. SBS aired it from July 23 to September 18, 2018, for 32 episodes. It is written by Jo Sung-Hee and directed by Jo-Soo-Won. It used to air on Monday and Tuesday, 35 minutes of the run-time of each episode. Every day two episodes were aired.

Still 17 Season 2 Release Date

Still 17 Season 2 : Release Date, Storyline, Cast and all the other details!

The production team of the show is tight-lipped about a sequel. They have not confirmed a second season as of now. Still, 17 is available to be streamed on Netflix. It has 16 episodes.

The Storyline

Still, the 17 seasons 2 storyline is not known yet. We will give you a roundup of season 1.

Still 17 Season 2 : Release Date, Storyline, Cast and all the other details!

A single man, Gong Woo-jin works as a set designer. He is 30 years of age. He does not want to get into a romantic relationship because of the trauma he experienced after an incident 13 years ago. Woo Seo-RI fell into a coma when she was 17. She finally wakes up after 13 years but she is now 30-years old. Woo Seo-Ri and Gong Woo-jin fall in love with each other eventually.

The Cast

Still 17 Season 2 : Release Date, Storyline, Cast and all the other details!

Still 17 Season 2 : Release Date, Storyline, Cast and all the other details!

  • Jung Eugene as Hee-soo
  • Yoon Sun-woo as Kim Hyung-Tae
  • Wang Ji-won as Kim Tae-rin
  • Lee Seung-Joon as Kim Hyun-Gyu
  • Shim Yi-young as-Hyun Kook Mi

The Awards

  • SBS Drama Awards 2018-December 31, 2018
  • Best Actress (Monday-Tuesday drama) – Shin Hye-Sun
  • Excellent Actor (Monday-Tuesday drama) – Yang Se-Jong
  • Best Supporting Actress – Ye Ji-Won
  •  Ahn Hyo-Seop won Best New Actor
  • Best Youth Actor & Actress  – Park Si-Eun

The Trailer

The trailer for Still 17 season 2 is not out yet. Meanwhile, you can check out the trailer of the first season.

You can watch the first season on Netflix.

Until we come back with more details on Still 17 Season 2, you can check Globin Slayer Season 2 and more.

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Story 8.0

Acting/Cast 9.0

Music 8.5

Rewatch Value 8.5

There were things I absolutely loved about this drama, although there were things that prevented it from being the best. This drama is probably the best feel good drama you’ll find, the sincerity, love and wholehearted support that the characters have for one another will definitely warm your heart. The friendship between Seo Ri, Woo Jin, Yoo Chan, Jennifer and Chan’s friends is the type of friendship that resembles family, and even the little moments that they spend together, no matter happy and sad, all become priceless memories that will be remembered and cherished forever in their hearts as well as ours.

This isn’t your ordinary healing drama, it is a piece of sweet candy with a slice of life filling, wrapped in a layer of melodrama, wrapped in a comedy. The balance is perfect, and when you savor it, you feel the taste of life, where joy, elation, sorrow, bitterness, numbness and relief become one and shape who you are. And through experiencing those emotions, that is how our characters Woo Seo Ri and Gong Woo Jin mature from a mental age of 17 to 30 together. I appreciate Seo Ri’s optimistic approach towards life, and I’m sure that if I had experienced the same thing as she did, I wouldn’t have been able to smile in the same way. She is truly a strong person who knows how to appreciate the beauty of life as it is.

The side characters were also memorable and beautiful. The dorky and caring Yoo Chan, who introduced us the life motto “Don’t think, pill (feel)!”, Jennifer, the mysterious butler who is a living encyclopedia, and Deok Gu/Fang, the dog who is worthy of winning the Dog Oscar of the year. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to get over them, and I genuinely wish I had friends or a family like them.

Despite how emotionally beautiful the relationship and growth of the characters were, there were still some parts which could be played out in a better way. Since this was originally meant to be a 40 (20) episode drama but got shortened into a 32 (16) episode drama near the end, the pacing was off in the latter half of the plot. All the dramatic things happened at the same time, and secrets were revealed all at once. Originally this was acceptable, but given that the first half of the story was very slow-paced and stretched out, the sudden speed-up became unnatural and destroyed the momentum of the story. Nearing the end, things that were once suspenseful felt like they no longer mattered to the audience. I once considered that maybe the pacing would’ve been better if it had been 40 (20) episodes, but I felt like there was not enough material to last for that long either.

All in all, this is the kind of drama that you will enjoy if you are looking for a heartwarming story about people growing up together, approaching devastation with optimism and learning to face traumas head on, and supporting one another. This is not the sort of drama where you will be kept at the edge of your seat. This drama is purely character-driven with a little bit of plot to drive their change. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed every minute of it and I never felt bored (mind that I’m a person who dropped What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim, Weightlighting Fairy Kim Bok Joo due to boredom).

The OST is highly worth mentioning, especially the classical music they put in each episode to match the themes. It really pulls on my heartstrings and enhances the emotions of the characters.

I would definitely recommend this drama to anyone who likes lighthearted, slice of life comedies and sincere genuine relationships. "Monster Rookie" Yang Se Jong and Shin Hye Sun truly brought their characters to life, seeing how different they are compared to their previous roles. A must watch!

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Title: 서른이지만 열일곱입니다 / Thirty But Seventeen
Chinese Title: 雖然30但仍17
Also known as: Still 17
Genre: Romance
Episodes: 32
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2018-July-23 to 2018-Sep-18
Air time: Monday & Tuesday at 22:00 (2 episodes back-to-back)

Synopsis

Gong Woo Jin (Yang Se Jong) is a 30-year-old single man who works as a set designer. Due to a trauma he experienced 13 years ago, he does not want to have a relationship with others. Meanwhile, When Woo Seo Ri (Shin Hye Sun) was 17, she fell into a coma. Thirteen years later, she wakes up from her coma. Her mental age is still that of a 17-year-old, but she is now 30-years-old. Gong Woo Jin and Woo Seo Ri then get involved with each other and fall in love.

Cast

Main cast

Shin Hye Sun as Woo Seo Ri
– Lee Hyo Bi (이효비) as Seo Ri (child)
– Park Shi Eun as Seo Ri (teen)
Yang Se Jong as Gong Woo Jin
– Yoon Chan Young as Woo Jin (teen)
Ahn Hyo Sup as Yoo Chan
– Seo Yoon Hyuk as Yoo Chan (child)

People at Woo Jin’s House

Ye Ji Won as Jennifer
Jo Hyun Sik as Han Deok Soo
Lee Do Hyun as Dong Hae Beom

People at Woo Jin’s studio

Jung Yoo Jin as Kang Hee Soo
Ahn Seung Kyun as Jin Hyun

People around Seo Ri

Yoon Sun Woo as Kim Hyung Tae
– Wang Suk Hyun as Hyung Tae (teen)
Wang Ji Won as Kim Tae Rin / Rin Kim (17/30)

Others

Jo Yoo Jung as Lee Ri An
Lee Seung Joon as Kim Hyun Kyu
Shim Yi Young as Gook Mi Hyeon
Lee Ah Hyun as Gong Hyeon Jeong
Jun Ye Seo as Kim Hyun Jin (Seo Ri’s mother)
Jun Bae Soo as Woo Sung Hyun (Seo Ri’s father)
Lee Seo Yun as Noh Soo Mi (Seo Ri’s best friend)
Hong Ki Joon as Kim Sang Shik (truck driver)
Kim Min Sang as Yoo Joong Seon (psychologist)
Ri Min as Seo Ri & Hyung Tae’s teacher
Son San as nurse
Kim Ji Ye (김지예) as nurse
Seo Yoon Ah as client
Ji Dae Han as police officer
Kim Kwang Kyu as violin repairman
Jung Ho Bin as chief Byun
Im Byung Ki as Gong Woo Jin’s father
Park Seung Tae as Woo Sun Hee (ep 9)
Lee Young Eun as woman in yellow heels
Kwon Hyuk Soo as representative Park
Park Jong Hoon as Shim Myung Hwan
Jung Jin Woon as Jung Jin Woon (Chan’s rival)
Kim Young Jae as Kim Tae Jin (Jennifer’s husband)
Jo Yi Hyun as Kim Min Kyu
Jung Si Yool as music private institute violin kid (ep.5)
Ha Do Kwon as rowing team coach at Taesan High School

Production Credits

Production Company: Bon Factory
Director: Jo Soo Won
ScriptWriter: Jo Sung Hee

Awards

2018 SBS Drama Awards – Best Child Acting Awards: Park Si Eun (Thirty But Seventeen)
2018 SBS Drama Awards – Rookie Awards (Actor): Ahn Hyo Sup (Thirty But Seventeen)
2018 SBS Drama Awards – Excellence Actor (Mon-Tue Drama): Yang Se Jong (Thirty But Seventeen)
2018 SBS Drama Awards – Top Excellence Actress (Mon-Tue Drama): Shin Hye Sun (Thirty But Seventeen)
2018 SBS Drama Awards – Best Supporting Actress: Ye Ji Won (Thirty But Seventeen & Should We Kiss First)

Episode Ratings

DateEpTNmSTNmSAGBAGB
  NationwideSeoulNationwideSeoul
2018-07-2315.86.95.7 (18th)6.7 (17th)
2018-07-2326.47.37.1 (14th)8.0 (6th)
2018-07-2436.27.16.9 (12th)7.8 (6th)
2018-07-2447.58.78.2 (6th)9.4 (4th)
2018-07-3057.89.17.6 (9th)8.9 (6th)
2018-07-3068.59.78.8 (6th)10.1 (3rd)
2018-07-3176.26.87.3 (9th)7.9 (6th)
2018-07-3187.88.39.0 (4th)9.5 (3rd)
2018-08-0697.27.97.2 (12th)8.0 (9th)
2018-08-06108.39.48.8 (6th)9.9 (4th)
2018-08-07117.89.07.6 (9th)8.6 (5th)
2018-08-07129.010.99.1 (5th)11.0 (3rd)
2018-08-13138.29.48.2 (9th)9.5 (5th)
2018-08-13149.210.69.7 (6th)11.2 (3rd)
2018-08-14157.78.98.4 (7th)9.6 (5th)
2018-08-14169.010.410.5 (4th)12.1 (2nd)
2018-08-21177.18.67.5 (9th)8.9 (6th)
2018-08-21189.511.09.9 (4th)11.3 (4th)
2018-08-28199.210.79.8 (5th)11.3 (4th)
2018-08-282010.412.110.8 (4th)12.5 (3rd)
2018-09-03219.4-8.7 (10th)10.4 (4th)
2018-09-032210.3-10.2 (6th)12.0 (3rd)
2018-09-04238.6-9.3 (6th)10.8 (4th)
2018-09-042410.4-10.8 (4th)12.2 (3rd)
2018-09-10258.2-9.5 (7th)10.9 (4th)
2018-09-10269.6-10.9 (4th)12.5 (3rd)
2018-09-11278.6-8.9 (6th)10.3 (4th)
2018-09-11289.8-10.4 (3rd)11.8 (3rd)
2018-09-17298.3-9.8 (7th)11.6 (4th)
2018-09-17309.8-10.7 (3rd)12.5 (3rd)
2018-09-18318.7-9.2 (4th)10.8 (3rd)
2018-09-183210.4-11.0 (2nd)12.5 (1st)

Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea

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Hye-Sun Shin Hye-Sun Shin ...  Woo Seo Ri32 episodes, 2018 Yang Se-Jong Yang Se-Jong ...  Gong Woo Jin32 episodes, 2018 Ahn Hyo-Seop Ahn Hyo-Seop ...  Yoo Chan32 episodes, 2018 Ji-won Ye Ji-won Ye ...  Jennifer32 episodes, 2018 Lee Do-Hyun Lee Do-Hyun ...  Dong Hae-beom32 episodes, 2018 Jeong Eu-Gene Jeong Eu-Gene ...  Hee-soo32 episodes, 2018 Hyun-Shik Jo Hyun-Shik Jo ...  Han Duk Soo32 episodes, 2018 Ji-won Wang Ji-won Wang ...  Kim Tae-rin28 episodes, 2018 Seok-Hyeon Wang Seok-Hyeon Wang ...  Kim Hyeong-tae (young)28 episodes, 2018 Chan-Young Yoon Chan-Young Yoon ...  Gong Woo-jin (Young)27 episodes, 2018 Sun-Woo Yoon Sun-Woo Yoon ...  Kim Hyeong-tae26 episodes, 2018 Daniel Joey Albright Daniel Joey Albright ...  Scared Camper Calvin1 episode, 2018 Seo Yoon-Hyuk Seo Yoon-Hyuk ...  Yoo Chan (young)1 episode, 2018
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Still 17

2018 South Korean television series

Still 17[3] (Korean: 서른이지만 열일곱입니다; RR: Seoreunijiman Yeorilgobimnida; lit. Thirty But Seventeen) is a South Korean television series starring Shin Hye-sun, Yang Se-jong and Ahn Hyo-seop. It aired on SBS's Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 (KST) time slot from July 23 to September 18, 2018 for 32 episodes.[4]

Plot[edit]

Gong Woo-jin (Yang Se-jong) is a 30-year-old single man who works as a set designer. Due to a trauma he experienced 13 years ago, he does not want to have a relationship with others. When Woo Seo-ri (Shin Hye-sun) was 17, she fell into a coma. Thirteen years later, she wakes up from her coma, but she is now 30-years-old. Gong Woo-jin and Woo Seo-ri get involved with each other and fall in love.

Gong Woo-jin caused an accident when he was 17 years old, or so he believes. Due to the crush he had on a girl of his age, he caused her to stay on the bus she was travelling for one stop longer than required. As a result, she was still on the bus when it crashed, and later Gong Woo-jin finds out that this girl (No Soo-mi) died in the accident. He feels very guilty and goes away to study in Germany, and carries this guilt with him into adulthood. As a result, he becomes a very strange adult. His habits include getting out a tape to make measurements for his set design miniatures at any given moment. He often gets into trouble for this habit, and he's also cold and rude to others. He even leaves Korea for long periods of time to go on trips without a word to anyone.

Woo Seo-ri wakes up in hospital confused to find that she has aged 13 years overnight. She last remembers being 17 years old, wearing her friend No Soo-mi's jacket since she forgot to pick up her own. She was in a coma, and woke up after 13 years to find herself much older and very weak. Sadly, she has no visitors, and the staff can't even find out where her relatives (her Aunt and Uncle; her parents died when she was young) are. Seo-ri finds this out after overhearing the nurse who keeps fobbing her off with excuses talking about how they say this to patients whose relatives don't come by anymore.

She decides to take matters into her own hands and search for her Aunt and Uncle. She goes to the last place she remembers them - their home - but the city is hugely changed from how she remembers. By a twist of fate, her Aunt and Uncle no longer live there: they sold the house to Woo-jin's father, who is now letting his adult son stay there while he's back in Korea. Woo-jin is also looking after his nephew, Yoo Chan (Ahn Hyo-seop), an energetic and friendly guy who instantly wants to take care of Seo-ri, despite Woo-jin's misgivings. Neither of them recognize one another at first, but Woo-jin agrees to let her stay for just one night so that she can begin the search for her relatives.

Meanwhile, at the hospital, a doctor is dismayed to hear that Seo-ri has gone missing and begins to search for her. The next day, he asks about her at her old home - but a misunderstanding doesn't let them meet.


The plot follows Seo-ri's search for her relatives; the budding romances between Seo-ri and Woo-jin, but also Yoo Chan and the doctor, who both develop ill-fated feelings for her; Woo-jin's transformation from a surly and closed-off set designer to someone who dares to love again; Yoo Chan's rowing championships; and their strange housekeeper Jennifer (Ye Ji-won), who ends up being tied up in the accident thanks to her past as well.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

An aspiring violinist whose dreams were destroyed due to an accident. She got into a bus accident when she was 17years old and woke up from a coma after 13 years. She still feels she is 17 even though she now is 30 years old. She has been looking for her uncle and aunt who did not come to visit her and even sold their house where Seo-ri lived with them. She later develops feelings for Woo-jin unaware of their past.
A stage designer who blamed himself for the accident that happened to Woo Seo-ri, and shut himself off ever since. He takes out his measuring tape randomly and often gets misunderstood for a pervert. He doesn't care about others anymore. He later develops feelings for Seo-ri unaware of their past.
Woo-jin's nephew and protector. Captain of the rowing club of Taesan High School. He falls for Seo-ri.
A well-versed lady, skilled in martial arts and always focused on the work she does, she has modern charming looks although she wears the same attire and is in her 40's. She has a strange personality. She is also the housekeeper of the house where Gong Woo-jin and his nephew reside. She harbors a secret that indirectly ties her with the accident 13 years ago.

Supporting[edit]

People around Gong Woo-jin[edit]

A talented stage designer. Woo-jin's colleague.
Woo-jin's sister and Yoo Chan's mother. A surgeon.

People around Woo Seo-ri[edit]

A talented violinist and music director. Seo-ri's biggest competitor.
A neurology resident. Seo-ri's childhood friend who has had a crush on her, and is the only one who knows her relatives' whereabouts.
Seo-ri's best friend. She died in the accident. She lent her school uniform to Seo-ri causing Woo-jin to mistake Seo-ri's name for her best friend's name.

Woo Seo-ri's family[edit]

Seo-ri's mother.
  • Jeon Bae-su as Woo Sung-hyun
Seo-ri's father.
Seo-ri's uncle.
Seo-ri's aunt.

Taesan High School[edit]

Yoo Chan's best friend.
Yoo Chan's best friend.
Yoo Chan's friend who has a crush on him.

People around Jennifer[edit]

Jennifer's husband

Others[edit]

  • Jung Ho-bin as Byun Gyu-chul
  • Kim Min-sang as Woo-jin's physician[17]
  • Kim Ji-yee
  • Son San
  • Seo Yun-ah
  • Ha Dok-won
  • Ji Dae-han
  • Park Jong-hoon[18]
  • Min Eun-kyung[18]

Special appearances[edit]

Yoo Chan's rival in rowing competition (Ep. 24-25)

Production[edit]

First script reading took place May 16, 2018 at SBS Studio in Tanhyun, Ilsan, South Korea.[19]

Original soundtrack[edit]

Part 1[edit]

1."Seventeen"Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Jung Jae-woo
Every Single Day3:31
2."Seventeen" (Inst.) 
  • Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Jung Jae-woo
 3:31
Total length:7:02

Part 2[edit]

1."Just Stay"
  • Good Choice
  • Kim Kyeong-beom
  • Kim Kyeong-beom
  • Kim Ji-hwan
  • Lee Jin-shil
Hyolyn3:33
2."Just Stay" (Inst.) 
  • Kim Kyeong-beom
  • Kim Ji-hwan
  • Lee Jin-shil
 3:33
Total length:7:06

Part 3[edit]

1."Thirty Waltz"
  • Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Lim Joo-yeon
  • Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Lim Joo-yeon
Tarin3:47
2."Thirty Waltz" (Inst.) 
  • Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day)
  • Lim Joo-yeon
 3:47
Total length:7:34

Part 4[edit]

1."Tears In My Heart (내 맘 속의 눈물)"LuciaLuciaLucia3:25
2."Tears In My Heart" (Inst.) Lucia 3:25
Total length:6:50

Part 5[edit]

1."Get Away"Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day), Im Joo-yeonMoon Sung-nam (Every Single Day), Im Joo-yeonBonggu4:56
2."Get Away" (Inst.) Moon Sung-nam (Every Single Day), Im Joo-yeon 4:56
Total length:9:52

Part 6[edit]

1."Right Now We (우리 지금)"Kim Ho-kyung1601Migyo3:10
2."Right Now We" (Inst.) 1601 3:10
Total length:6:20

Part 7[edit]

1."Walk With Me (같이 걷자)"Good ChoicePark Jung-wookPark Jae-jung3:46
2."Walk With Me" (Inst.) Park Jung-wook 3:46
Total length:7:32
1."Unravel" (Opening Title)Various Artists0:56
2."Amnesia"Various Artists2:51
3."Fab Donkey"Various Artists2:02
4."From"Various Artists1:43
5."Funco"Various Artists1:51
6."Get away strings"Various Artists3:39
7."Hongkong"Various Artists1:49
8."Into the Memory"Various Artists2:31
9."Little Carnival"Various Artists2:05
10."Seventeen strings"Various Artists2:40
11."Tangerine strings"Various Artists4:22
12."Thirty Tension strings"Various Artists3:10

Ratings[edit]

  • In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.
  • N/A denotes that the rating is not known.
Ep.Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS[20]AGB Nielsen[21]
Nationwide SeoulNationwide Seoul
1 July 23, 2018 5.8%6.9%5.7%(18th)6.7%(17th)
2 6.4% 7.3% 7.1% (14th)8.0% (6th)
3 July 24, 2018 6.2% 7.1% 6.9% (12th)7.8% (6th)
4 7.5% 8.7% 8.2% (6th)9.4% (4th)
5 July 30, 2018 7.8% 9.1% 7.6% (9th)8.9% (6th)
6 8.5% 9.7% 8.8% (6th)10.1% (3rd)
7 July 31, 2018 6.2% 6.8% 7.3% (9th)7.9% (6th)
8 7.8% 8.3% 9.0% (4th)9.5% (4th)
9 August 6, 2018 7.2% 7.9% 7.2% (12th)8.0% (9th)
10 8.3% 9.4% 8.8% (6th)9.9% (4th)
11 August 7, 2018 7.8% 9.0% 7.6% (9th)8.6% (5th)
12 9.0% 10.9% 9.1% (5th)11.0% (3rd)
13 August 13, 2018 8.2% 9.4% 8.2% (9th)9.5% (5th)
14 9.2% 10.6% 9.7% (6th)11.2% (3rd)
15 August 14, 2018 7.7% 8.9% 8.4% (7th)9.6% (5th)
16 9.0% 10.4% 10.5% (4th)12.1% (2nd)
17 August 21, 2018[b][c]7.1% 8.6% 7.5% (9th)8.9% (6th)
18 9.5% 11.0% 9.9% (4th)11.3% (4th)
19 August 28, 2018[b]9.2% 10.7% 9.8% (5th)11.3% (4th)
20 10.4%12.1%10.8% (4th)12.5%(3rd)
21 September 3, 2018 9.4% N/A 8.7% (10th)10.4% (4th)
22 10.3% 10.2% (6th)12.0% (3rd)
23 September 4, 2018 8.6% 9.3% (6th)10.8% (4th)
24 10.4%10.8% (4th)12.2% (3rd)
25 September 10, 2018 8.2% 9.5% (7th)10.9% (4th)
26 9.6% 10.9% (4th)12.5%(3rd)
27 September 11, 2018 8.6% 8.9% (6th)10.3% (4th)
28 9.8% 10.4% (3rd)11.8% (3rd)
29 September 17, 2018 8.3% 9.8% (7th)11.6% (4th)
30 9.8% 10.7% (3rd)12.5%(3rd)
31 September 18, 2018 8.7% 9.2% (4th)10.8% (3rd)
32 10.4%11.0%(2nd)12.5%(1st)
Average 8.5%9.0%10.3%

Awards and nominations[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abIn order to circumvent Korean laws that prevent commercial breaks in the middle of an episode, what would previously have been aired as single 70 minute episodes are now being repackaged as two 35 minute episodes, with two episodes being shown each night with a commercial break between the two.[2]
  2. ^ abNo episodes were aired on 20 and 27 August due to coverage of the 2018 Asian Games.
  3. ^Originally scheduled to be pushed back to 10.30pm, episodes 17 and 18 were later reverted to air at the original time instead.

International broadcast[edit]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Still_17
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Still 17

Also known as

Thirty But Seventeen

Original Title

서른이지만 열일곱입니다 (Seoleunijiman Yeolilgobibnida)

Genre

Music
Mystery
Comedy
Romance
Contemporary

Original release

July 23, 2018 - September 18, 2018

Starring

Shin Hye Sun as Woo Seo Ri
Yang Se Jong as Gong Woo Jin
Ahn Hyo Seop as Yoo Chan
Ye Ji Won as Jennifer / Hwang Mi Jung

Country of Origin

South Korea

Timeslot

Monday & Tuesday 22:00 KST

Episode runtime

35 minutes

Previous

Next

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Still 17 (서른이지만 열일곱입니다; Seoreunijiman Yeorilgobimnida; lit. Thirty But Seventeen) is a South Korean television series starring Shin Hye Sun, Yang Se Jong, and Ahn Hyo Seop. It aired on SBS's Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 KST time slot from July 23 to September 18, 2018 for 32 episodes.

Synopsis

After waking from a 13-year coma, a woman adjusts to life as a 30-year-old— and reconnects with a man who blames himself for what happened to her.

—Official Netflix Description[1]

A life can change in an instant.

Woo Seo Ri (Shin Hye Sun) was a 17-year-old violin prodigy who is getting ready to study abroad in Germany. But a serious car accident leaves her in a coma.

Gong Woo Jin (Yang Se Jong), who caused the accident, is traumatized and plagued by the guilt of what he has done. Thirteen years later, he works as a set designer but is emotionally cut off from everyone around him.

When Seo Ri wakes up unexpectedly from her coma 13 years later, she is in the body of a 30-year-old woman but is mentally still only 17. Can Woo Jin help her adjust to her new world and learn to live and love again?[2]

Cast

  • Shin Hye Sun as Woo Seo Ri
    • Park Si Eun as young Woo Seo Ri
    • Lee Hyo Bi as young Woo Seo Ri
An aspiring violinist whose dreams were destroyed due to an accident.
  • Yang Se Jong as Gong Woo Jin
    • Yoon Chan Young as young Gong Woo Jin
A stage designer who blamed himself for the accident that happened to Woo Seo Ri, and shuts himself off ever since.
  • Ahn Hyo Seop as Yoo Chan
    • Seo Yun Hyuk as young Yoo Chan
    • Seo Eun Yool as young Yoo Chan
Woo Jin's nephew and protector. Captain of the rowing club of Taesan High School.
  • Ye Ji Won as Jennifer / Hwang Mi Jung
A well-versed lady, skilled in marshal arts and always concentrated on her work. She has modern, charming looks although she always wears the same attire and is in her 40s. She has a strange personality. She is also the house keeper of the house where Gong Woo Jin and his nephew reside.
  • Wang Ji Won as Kim Tae Rin, a violinist and music director
    • Jo Soo Ji as young Kim Tae Rin
  • Yoon Sun Woo as Kim Hyung Tae, a neurology resident
    • Wang Seok Hyun as young Kim Hyung Tae
  • Jung Yoo Jin as Kang Hee Soo, Woo Jin's boss
  • Lee Ah Hyun as Gong Hyun Jung, Woo Jin's sister
  • Ahn Seung Gyun as Jin Hyun, a design staff
  • Jo Hyun Shik as Han Duk Soo, Chan's friend
  • Lee Do Hyun as Dong Hae Beom, Chan's friend
  • Lee Seung Jun as Kim Hyun Kyu, Seo Ri's uncle
  • Shim Yi Young as Kook Mi Hyun, Seo Ri's aunt
  • Kim Min Sang as Yoo Joong Seon, a psychologist
  • Im Byung Ki as Gong Yong Hwan, Woo Jin's father
  • Park Jong Hoon as Conductor Shim Myung Hwan, a renowned violinist
  • Jo Yoo Jung as Lee Ri An, a student at Taesan High who has a crush on Chan
  • Lee Seo Yeon as No Su Mi, Seo Ri's best friend
  • Ha Do Gwon as the rowing crew coach
  • Jeon Bae Soo as Woo Sung Hyun, Seo Ri's father
  • Jeon Ik Ryung as Kim Hyun Jin, Seo Ri's mother
  • Jo Yi Hyun as Min Kyu, Seo Ri's cousin
  • Jung Jin Woon as Jung Jin Woon, Chan's rival
  • Park Seung Tae as Woo Seo Ni, a woman in the bar
  • Jung Ho Bin as Byung Gyu Chul, the festival chairman
  • Hong Ki Joon as Kim Sang Shik, a truck driver
  • Kim Young Jae as Kim Tae Jin, Jennifer's husband
  • Kwon Hyuk Soo as CEO Park, a design client
  • Seo Yoon Ah as CEO Kim, a design client
  • Joey Albright as a camper (Ep.1)
  • Henny Savenije as a German audition judge (Ep.1)
  • Won Mi Won as the woman in the park (Ep.11+13)
  • Lee Joon Hee as a design client (Ep.12)
  • Lee Kyung Hoon as a boy on the street (Ep.22)
  • Song Ji Hyun as a flower store employee (Ep.25-26)
  • Shin Ji Yeon as the Violin Academy's director
  • Lee Young Eun as Kim Tae Jin's sister
  • Park Hyun Jung as Tae Rin's mother
  • Park Yoon Young as Seo Ri's friend
  • Son San as a nurse
  • Kim Mi Hye as a nurse
  • Kim Kwang Gyu as a violin repairman
  • Ji Dae Han as a precinct station police officer
  • Baek Jae Jin as a stage design chief
  • Ri Min as a teacher at Taesan high school
  • Jung Kyung Cheon as an employee at the police precinct
  • Lee Jin Mok as a security guard at Columbarium
  • Kim Joo Ah as the woman who shows Seo Ri the free food line
  • Song Chang Gyu as a chicken restaurant owner
  • Yoo Ok Joo as a nursing care worker
  • Ok Joo Ri as a cleaning lady at the airport
  • Sung Hyun Mi as a woman who calls from the flyer
  • Jo Mi Nyeo as a customer at Jennifer's shop
  • Lee Yoo Jin as a Jazz Festival Music crew member
  • Jung Shi Yool (Ep.3)
  • Kim Min Seo
  • Uhm Hye Soo
  • Moon Hak Jin
  • Kim Do Ah
  • Soundtrack

    Main Article: Still 17 OST

    Episodes

    In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.N/A denotes that the rating is not known.

    Episode Aired Average audience share
    TNmS AGB Nielsen
    Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
    Episode 01 July 23, 2018 5.8%6.9%5.7%(18th)6.7%(17th)
    Episode 02 6.4% 7.3% 7.1% (14th)8.0% (6th)
    Gong Woo Jin, 17, works up the courage to speak to his school crush, but their chat inadvertently puts her in harm's way— and into a 13-year coma.
    Episode 03 July 24, 2018 6.2% 7.1% 6.9% (12th)7.8% (6th)
    Episode 04 7.5% 8.7% 8.2% (6th)9.4% (4th)
    Woo Seo Ri searches for her relatives, but the neighborhood has changed. Then she recalls something that might still be where she left it 13 years ago.
    Episode 05 July 30, 2018 7.8% 9.1% 7.6% (9th)8.9% (6th)
    Episode 06 8.5% 9.7% 8.8% (6th)10.1% (3rd)
    After learning that her violin needs expensive repairs, Seo Ri tries to find a job, but it isn't easy. Yoo Chan gets Seo Ri to open up about her past.
    Episode 07 July 31, 2018 6.2% 6.8% 7.3% (9th)7.9% (6th)
    Episode 08 7.8% 8.3% 9.0% (4th)9.5% (4th)
    When Seo Ri blames Woo Jin for causing her to lose sight of her uncle, old feelings of guilt resurface inside him, leading him to move out.
    Episode 09 August 6, 2018 7.2% 7.9% 7.2% (12th)8.0% (9th)
    Episode 10 8.3% 9.4% 8.8% (6th)9.9% (4th)
    Chan develops a crush on someone. Seo Ri makes a familiar gesture that triggers flashbacks in Woo Jin, who seeks out his former psychiatrist for help.
    Episode 11 August 7, 2018 7.8% 9.0% 7.6% (9th)8.6% (5th)
    Episode 12 9.0% 10.9% 9.1% (5th)11.0% (3rd)
    Woo Jin tries to avoid Seo Ri, who drinks alcohol for the first time with her new co-workers and is introduced to concert violinist Kim Tae Rin.
    Episode 13 August 13, 2018 8.2% 9.4% 8.2% (9th)9.5% (5th)
    Episode 14 9.2% 10.6% 9.7% (6th)11.2% (3rd)
    When a client tries to take advantage of Seo Ri's naïveté, Woo Jin comes to her rescue— and gets drunk as a result. Jennifer recalls her painful past.
    Episode 15 August 14, 2018 7.7% 8.9% 8.4% (7th)9.6% (5th)
    Episode 16 9.0% 10.4% 10.5% (4th)12.1% (2nd)
    Seo Ri travels with Woo Jin to a workshop, where she's overheard playing the violin. Later, she and Woo Jin open up to each other about their pasts.
    Episode 17 August 21, 2018[note 1]7.1% 8.6% 7.5% (9th)8.9% (6th)
    Episode 18 9.5% 11.0% 9.9% (4th)11.3% (4th)
    Woo Jin's sister makes an assumption that Seo Ri is forced to play along with. Jennifer meets with the mystery woman. Chan finds a worrying photo.
    Episode 19 August 28, 2018[note 1]9.2% 10.7% 9.8% (5th)11.3% (4th)
    Episode 20 10.4%12.1%10.8% (4th)12.5%(3rd)
    Seo Ri gets an unexpected invitation, but agonizes over whether to accept it. A remark Seo Ri makes about "seeing music" gives Woo Jin a design idea.
    Episode 21 September 3, 2018 9.4% N/A 8.7% (10th)10.4% (4th)
    Episode 22 10.3% 10.2% (6th)12.0% (3rd)
    Chan continues to overtrain. Jennifer reveals how she knows so many facts. Woo Jin overhears a conversation that makes him want to protect Seo Ri.
    Episode 23 September 4, 2018 8.6% 9.3% (6th)10.8% (4th)
    Episode 24 10.4%10.8% (4th)12.2% (3rd)
    A chat with a stranger brings Seo Ri to a realization. Conductor Sim Myeong Han has a frank talk with Tae Rin. Chan's team competes for a medal.
    Episode 25 September 10, 2018 8.2% 9.5% (7th)10.9% (4th)
    Episode 26 9.6% 10.9% (4th)12.5%(3rd)
    Chan ignores an injury to compete in the singles race. Tae Rin asks to meet with Seo Ri. Dr. Kim Hyeong Tae finally finds who he's been looking for.
    Episode 27 September 11, 2018 8.6% 8.9% (6th)10.3% (4th)
    Episode 28 9.8% 10.4% (3rd)11.8% (3rd)
    While Seo Ri takes to her bed in grief, Woo Jin agonizes over whether to reveal his part in her accident. Jennifer recalls her own link to the crash.
    Episode 29 September 17, 2018 8.3% 9.8% (7th)11.6% (4th)
    Episode 30 9.8% 10.7% (3rd)12.5%(3rd)
    Seo Ri tells Woo Jin her side of their pre-accident story. Chan admits his feelings to Seo Ri, who later meets the man who paid for her hospitalization.
    Episode 31 September 18, 2018 8.7% 9.2% (4th)10.8% (3rd)
    Episode 32 10.4%11.0%(2nd)12.5%(1st)
    Seo Ri finally learns what happened to her relatives, and both she and Chan are faced with difficult decisions about their futures.
    Average 8.5% 9.0% 10.3%

    [3]

    International broadcast

    Production

    First script reading took place May 16, 2018 at SBS Studio in Tanhyun, Ilsan, South Korea.

    Awards and nominations

    Year Award Category Recipient Result
    2018 2nd The Seoul AwardsBest Actress Shin Hye SunNominated
    Best Supporting Actress Ye Ji Won
    SBS Drama AwardsTop Excellence Award, Actress in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Shin Hye SunWon
    Excellence Award, Actor in a Monday-Tuesday Drama Yang Se Jong
    Best Supporting Actress Ye Ji Won
    Best New Actor Ahn Hyo Seop
    Best Character Nominated
    Lee Do Hyun
    Jo Hyun Sik
    Best Young Actor Yoon Chan Young
    Best Young Actress Park Si EunWon
    Best Couple Yang Se Jong and Shin Hye SunNominated

    Trivia

    • This drama took over the timeslot previously occupied by Wok of Love and was replaced by Where Stars Land on October 1, 2018.[4]

    Gallery

    Still 17

    Official Poster

    Video Gallery

    Notes

    1. 1.01.1No episodes were aired on August 20 and 27 due to coverage of the 2018 Asian Games. Originally scheduled to be pushed back to 22:30 KST, Episodes 17 and 18 were later reverted to air at the original time instead.

    References

    Sours: https://drama.fandom.com/wiki/Still_17

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