- Drama: Warm and Cozy (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Maendorong Ttottot
- Hangul: 맨도롱 또똣
- Director: Park Hong-Kyun
- Writer: Hong Mi-Ran, Hong Jung-Eun
- Network: MBC
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: May 13 – July 2, 2015
- Runtime: Wednesdays & Thursdays 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
In 2005, Jung-Joo (Kang So-Ra) flies to Jeju Island while holding a picture of her father and a woman. Jung-Joo did research on the woman in the picture and became convinced the woman is her mother and her son Gun-Woo (Yoo Yeon-Seok) is her twin brother (as they have the same birthday). Gun-Woo also has an older brother Jung-Geun (Lee Sung-Jae) and older sister Hee-Ra (Ok Ji-Young), but the siblings have different fathers.
On Jeju Island, a birthday party is held for Gun-Woo. There, Jung-Joo tells Gun-Woo that they are twins, but they later overhear Gun-Woo’s mother telling her daughter that she doesn’t know the man in the picture.
In 2015, Jung-Joo now works for an undergarment company. Her position at the company is on shaky grounds. She is set to buy an apartment when she receives a video message from her younger brother telling her that he is about to buy a house on Jeju Island to turn into a cafe. Jung-Joo freaks out and rushes to the airport. She wants to stop her younger brother. At the airport, Jung-Joo runs across Gun-Woo. He is also going to Jeju Island.
Gun-Woo runs the restaurant “Maendorong Ttottot” on Jeju Island. He opened up the restaurant for a woman he likes, but he now wants to sell the restaurant. Gun-Woo learns that Jung-Joo’s younger brother wants to open up a cafe there. Gun-Woo offers to sell his restaurant to her younger brother, but Jung-Joo declines.
While looking for her younger brother on Jeju Island, she sees her boyfriend on a honeymoon and receives a phone call from her boss informing her that she is fired. Jung-Joo becomes devastated. Gun-Woo then appears and takes her to his restaurant “Maendorong Ttottot.”
- Drama series will takeover the MBC Wednesdays & Thursdays 21:55 time slot previously occupied by “Angry Mom” and followed by “Scholar Who Walks the Night” July, 2015.
- Actor Kim Woo-Bin was first offered the lead male role, but declined the offer to promote his film “Twenty” and embark on an Asian fan tour.
- Director Park Hong-Kyun and screenwriters Hong Mi-Ran, Hong Jung-Eun previously worked together on 2011 MBC drama series “The Greatest Love.”
- Early working title was “Jejudo Gaetsubi” (“Jeju Island Gatsby”).
- Current Korean title “Maendorong Ttottot” to the local Jeju Island dialect and also means “agreeably warm.”
- Filming began April 7, 2015 at Gimpo International Airport
“sebenernya ceritanya lumayan bagus, apalagi lokasi syuting nya di pulau Jeju. kalau yg suka pantai laut pasti jatuh cinta sama film ini, termasuk saya 😀 . awal-awal cerita udah bagus tapi begitu di tengah-tengah episode membosankan karena ceritanya diulang-ulang, seperti kehabisan alur cerita. mau ngapain ya? mau ke mana ya? begitu kesan cerita yang saya tangkap. dan udah ketebak jalan cerita nya sampai akhir, diawali sajian cerita CINTA SEGITIGA tapi ada cerita kocaknya begitu si pihak ketiga si mayor ……wkwkwkkkk 😀 . tapi lumayan lah untuk di tonton. ohh…iya ada yg menarik dari film ini. yakni ada edukasi atau tutorial masakan yg disajikan di tiap-tiap episode. karena kebetulan film ini menceritakan tentang restaurant yang menyajikan masakan. jadi seru nonton nya, jarang-jarang film korea meyajikan pesan buat penontonnya. apalagi masakan khas korea nya, bisa di coba di rumah kalau senang memasak.…kalau saya seh hoby makan nya aja….hahahhahhhhhhh”
sayang neh ratingnya dibawah ini ga terlalu bagus mungkin tadi seperti diatas yg saya ceritakan agak monoton ceritanya 😉
|2015-05-13||1||NR||7.8% (19th)||NR||7.3% (19th)|
|2015-05-20||3||7.7% (19th)||10.1% (11th)||6.6% (20th)||7.5% (16th)|
|2015-05-21||4||NR||8.4% (16th)||6.7% (20th)||7.4% (17th)|
|2015-05-27||5||7.7% (16th)||9.1% (11th)||7.0% (18th)||7.7% (16th)|
|2015-05-28||6||7.8% (17th)||11.0% (10th)||7.5% (16th)||8.3% (14th)|
|2015-06-03||7||8.2% (17th)||9.8% (11th)||7.0% (19th)||8.1% (15th)|
|2015-06-04||8||7.6% (19th)||10.2% (12th)||7.6% (17th)||8.2% (14th)|
|2015-06-10||9||8.6% (17th)||10.9% (8th)||8.1% (15th)||8.8% (13th)|
|2015-06-11||10||8.5% (18th)||11.3% (9th)||8.8% (18th)||9.2% (16th)|
|2015-06-17||11||7.6% (18th)||10.3% (9th)||7.8% (15th)||8.7% (13th)|
|2015-06-18||12||7.5% (19th)||9.2% (14th)||8.2% (15th)||9.0% (12th)|
|2015-06-24||13||NR||9.0% (13th)||7.5% (17th)||7.8% (14th)|
|2015-06-25||14||7.2% (20th)||9.2% (19th)||7.6% (19th)||8.6% (16th)|
|2015-07-01||15||8.5% (16th)||11.0% (8th)||7.7% (15th)||8.4% (13th)|
|2015-07-02||16||7.7% (18th)||9.0% (12th)||7.6% (17th)||8.3% (16th)|