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Sweet Buns/Redbean Bread/Redbean Bun ??? Anyone??
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Posted 1/11/09
you can watch the rest of the episodesfrom 14 onwards on veoh under Num Pea Pa-iyme, it is dubbed but english subtitles seem to appear on most videos, Search with sweet buns or Num Pea Pa-iyme and there it is
Posted 7/25/11
I just finished watching Sweet Buns on veoh. The whole series was uploaded with english subtitles last year by SlientAnjel. The subs were of engrish quality, but it was better than nothing. They gave me a sense of what was going on, I relied on them about 45% of the time.That being said, I wouldn't recommend Sweet Buns if you barely know Korean.

Sweet Buns is a very cute rom-com, one of the earlier trendy dramas I've seen that have started out where the leads don't get along and fall in love as the drama progresses. I don't think I'll ever get sick of the Mr. Darcy/Elizabeth dynamic in korean dramas, but watching Sweet Buns (which came out in 2004) I do wish they would bring back the simple backdrop that the older dramas have. I think modern k-dramas stress too much on the class difference between the female lead and male leads. I rarely see that used as a conflict in pre-2006 drama and I wish such a shallow aspect weren't so heavily focused on dramas today. Sweet Buns didn't use the class difference between the female lead and the male lead as a plot device once during its 26 episode run. I found that very refreshing.

If the screenwriter of Sweet Buns upcoming rom-com is as good as this one was, I'll have no problem sticking with it until the end. I didn't like her previous drama Great Inheritance, but now that I've seen another one of her dramas I have more faith in her writing.
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