Kim Hee Ae will portray a woman who is having an affair with a married man. She is Lee Hwa Young, a woman who doesn’t feel guilty even after stealing her friend’s husband.
The original My Boss, My Hero hilarity came from the irony of a gangster in his 30s going to high school and attempting to get a diploma without revealing his criminal identity. The gangster, Kye Du-sik, tries to get along with his much younger classmates and ends up solving problems at the school.
In the sequel My Boss, My Hero 2, Kye has graduated and entered college. He is dispatched to a high school to work as a student teacher for four weeks.
The problems in high school are worse than the original. Kyu witnesses one especially corrupt teacher forge the scholastic documents of privileged students whose fathers are high-ranking politicians, and have a sexual relationship with a pupil.
This is a story of a misbehaved high school son who will create an affectionate bond with his father who is reincarnated in the form of his friend after his death.
Kang WonTak is a high school student who had a bad relationship with his father. Kang Wontak’s father, Kang YoungGue died the day before he was released from jail.
At his father’s funeral, WonTak said “Are you happy that you are going alone?” and ran from the funeral.
YoungGue meets an angel and told him that, “I want to be next to my son, even for a second.” The angel gave him a chance and changed (rebirth) YoungGue into WonTak’s class friend Ha DongHoon.
However it was hard for the 50-year-old man to get used to living the life of an 18-year-old high school student while doing everything he can to get close to his estranged son.
As the boss of a small gang, KYE Du-shik had gotten by on his wits and bare knuckles for the past ten years. That was soon to change. Held back from promotion within the ranks due to his lack of education, Du-shik heads back to school on the order of a superior gang leader. His return is not without its complications. Intimidation dealt out by a high school hoodlum, a mischievous female student posing problems with her powerful parents relenting to her every wish, and a school that is out of control are but a few of the hazards that lay in the path of Du-shik’s education. The road is not so smooth for our hero. Although his classmates are infected by his charismatic personality and charm, will they stand by him when he most needs it? Eventually he sets out to avenge the wrongdoings of a corrupt school system. He may succeed, but will he graduate?