Flower Boy Ramen Shop is a romantic comedy drama deals with “pretty boys,” who with good looks and individuality, operate a ramen shop with lively college girls and experience the happenings of daily life.
Yang Eun Bi is a University student preparing for her civil service exam with the dream of being a high school teacher. She accidentally encounters Cha Chi Soo, an arrogant son of the biggest food conglomerate in Korea. Cha Chi Soo looks cool, confident and fascinates women with his bright smile and pure love. Both of them ends up working at a ramen shop runned by the lazy Choi Kang Hyuk.
- Drama: Flower Boy Ramen Shop (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Ggotminam Ramyeongage
- Hangul: 꽃미남 라면가게
- Director: Jung Jung-Hwa
- Writer: Yoon Nan-Joong
- Network: tvN
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: October 31 – December 20,2011
Cha Chi-Soo (Jung Il-Woo) is the only son for a family that owns Korea’s largest food conglomerate named Chasung. Chi-Soo comes back from New York without telling his father. He looks for a place that his father would not know about, but it isn’t easy to hide from his dad. Chi-Soo hears that one of his friends works a part-time job in the Norangjin area. When he arrives there he is followed by people who works for his father. Chi-Soo rushes into the restroom, but in there is Yang Eun-Bi (Lee Chung-Ah). Eventually, Chi-Soo goes home to talk with his father. He persuades his father not to send him back to America and in return Chi-Soo promises to go back to school.
Yang Eun-Bi (Lee Chung-Ah) is 25-years-old and a senior in college studying physical education. She believes that teaching is the best type of job to have. You don’t have to worry about getting fired and it’s popular with guys. To become a teacher Yang Eun-Bi studies for the teacher certification examination in the Norangjin area. One day, she stops by to see a fortune teller (Kim Hye-Soo).
- Flower Boy Ramen Shop Torrent Files takes over the tvN Monday & Tuesday 23:00 time slot is followed by “Shut Up Flower Boy Band” on January 30, 2012.