High Kick!

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High Kick!
High Kick 1 TV poster.jpeg
Promotional poster
Genre Situation comedy
Created byKim Byeong-wook
Written bySong Jae-jeong
Lee Young-chul
Lee So-jeong
Choi Jeong-hyeon
Bang Bong-won
Directed byKim Byeong-wook
Kim Chang-dong
Kim Young-ki
Lee Soon-jae
Na Moon-hee
Jeong Jun-ha
Choi Min-yong
Park Hae-mi
Shin Ji
Kim Hye-seong
Jung Il-woo
Seo Min-jung
Park Min Young
Kim Bum
Opening theme"Unstoppable High Kick" by Moogadang
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes167
ProducerKim Jeong-wook
Running time30 minutes
Production company Chorokbaem Media
Original network MBC
Original releaseNovember 6, 2006 (2006-11-06) 
July 13, 2007 (2007-07-13)
High Kick: Revenge of the Short Legged
  1. Credited as Lee Min-ho.
  2. Credited as Lee Sung-min.

Original soundtrack

Part 1
  1. Unstoppable High Kick - Moogadang
  2. Love U Like U - Moogadang
  3. Why Is It - Moogadang
  4. Sambuja Song - Moogadang
Part 2
  1. Love to Ride - Lee Gyeong-mi
  2. In Place - Lee Eun-ju
Special edition
  1. Love to Ride (Full Ver) - Lee Gyeong-mi

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