Father, I'll Take Care of You

Father, I'll Take Care of You
Directed byLee Dae-young
StarringKim Jaewon
Lee Soo-kyung
Park Eun-bin
Lee Tae-hwan
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes50
Production
Executive producerPark Sung-eun
ProducersAhn Jae-hyun
Shin Sang-yoon
Oh Sung-min
Production locationKorea
Running time70 minutes
Production companiesSamhwa Networks
GnG Productions
Original release
NetworkMBC TV
ReleaseNovember 12, 2016 (2016-11-12) –
May 7, 2017 (2017-05-07)

Father, I'll Take Care of You (Korean: 아버님 제가 모실게요; RR: Abeonim Jega Mosilgeyo) is a 2016 South Korean television series starring Kim Jaewon, Park Eun-bin, Lee Tae-hwan, Lee Soo-kyung and others. It replaced The Flower in Prison and started airing on MBC TV on November 12, 2016 for 50 episodes.

Synopsis

After their four children become independent, an old couple (Hyung-sub and Jeong-ae) decide to live for themselves. But one day, their four children come back to them. The story in addition to depicting the relationship between the family members also focusses on the revenge planned by a new neighbour (Lee Hyun-woo) against Hyung-sub.

Director Lee Dae-young said of the series, "It will depict the confrontation between generations and siblings caused by the grown-up children cohabiting with their parents and the story of a family that overcomes those troubles with love and affection", including a romance of the younger characters. He added that the drama portrays current South Korean society where rising housing costs have encouraged young married couples to live with their parents.

Cast

Main cast

Han's Family

Broadcasting Company Staff

People Around Lee Hyun-woo

Others

Ratings

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings AGB Nielsen
Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 2016/11/12 9.3% (5th) 9.7% (5th) 9.7% (5th) 10.5% (5th)
2 2016/11/13 10.2% (8th) 10.8% (6th) 10.2% (9th) 11.2% (7th)
3 2016/11/19 9.3% (8th) 9.4% (7th) 10.3% (6th)
4 2016/11/20 12.5% (3rd) 12.9% (5th) 11.4% (7th) 11.6% (7th)
5 2016/11/26 9.4% (7th) 8.5% (7th) 9.5% (8th) 10.0% (9th)
6 2016/11/27 12.4% (6th) 12.2% (6th) 11.3% (8th) 11.2% (9th)
7 2016/12/03 7.9% (11th) 8.3% (9th) 8.8% (8th) 9.5% (8th)
8 2016/12/04 12.4% (6th) 13.3% (5th) 12.3% (7th) 13.9% (5th)
9 2016/12/10 8.7% (11th) 8.6% (9th) 10.1% (6th) 11.2% (7th)
10 2016/12/11 12.9% (5th) 13.7% (6th) 12.4% (7th) 13.4% (7th)
11 2016/12/17 8.7% (11th) 8.3% (9th) 9.5% (9th) 11.0% (7th)
12 2016/12/18 12.9% (4th) 15.0% (4th) 12.2% (6th) 13.6% (6th)
13 2016/12/24 9.3% (9th) 10.2% (7th) 9.2% (11th) 10.6% (6th)
14 2016/12/25 13.7% (5th) 14.9% (4th) 14.4% (4th) 16.2% (2nd)
15 2017/01/01 13.4% (5th) 15.2% (5th) 14.0% (5th) 15.7% (4th)
16 2017/01/07 11.4% (5th) 12.9% (6th) 10.9% (6th) 11.4% (6th)
17 2017/01/08 12.8% (6th) 14.2% (4th) 13.6% (5th) 14.6% (5th)
18 2017/01/14 11.1% (6th) 12.3% (5th) 11.7% (6th) 12.6% (6th)
19 2017/01/15 12.6% (6th) 13.1% (7th) 13.6% (5th) 15.1% (5th)
20 2017/01/21 10.8% (6th) 12.6% (5th) 10.6% (5th) 11.6% (6th)
21 2017/01/22 13.2% (5th) 14.0% (5th) 13.2% (6th) 14.2% (5th)
22 2017/01/28 10.5% (4th) 10.4% (4th) 10.2% (5th) 10.3% (5th)
23 2017/01/29 11.4% (6th) 11.5% (6th) 12.4% (6th) 13.2% (5th)
24 2017/02/04 11.2% (4th) 12.1% (5th) 11.4% (6th) 12.7% (5th)
25 2017/02/05 12.7% (5th) 14.1% (4th) 13.9% (5th) 14.9% (5th)
26 2017/02/11 10.5% (5th) 10.7% (4th) 11.3% (4th) 12.5% (4th)
27 2017/02/12 12.9% (4th) 13.7% (4th) 14.6% (4th) 15.6% (4th)
28 2017/02/18 11.0% (5th) 11.1% (4th) 12.0% (4th) 13.4% (4th)
29 2017/02/19 13.0% (3rd) 13.5% (4th) 13.7% (5th) 14.4% (5th)
30 2017/02/25 9.9% (5th) 10.5% (4th) 11.5% (4th) 13.2% (4th)
31 2017/02/26 12.0% (3rd) 12.1% (4th) 13.1% (5th) 14.2% (5th)
32 2017/03/04 9.8% (6th) 9.6% (6th) 11.3% (5th) 12.5% (4th)
33 2017/03/05 11.5% (4th) 11.3% (5th) 13.3% (5th) 13.3% (5th)
34 2017/03/11 9.2% (6th) 9.2% (7th) 10.7% (5th) 12.2% (5th)
35 2017/03/12 11.4% (3rd) 11.1% (5th) 13.2% (4th) 13.8% (4th)
36 2017/03/18 11.8% (4th) 11.6% (5th) 13.6% (4th) 14.6% (4th)
37 2017/03/19 14.1% (2nd) 14.7% (3rd) 16.1% (3rd) 16.8% (3rd)
38 2017/03/25 9.8% (6th) 9.2% (7th) 12.1% (4th) 13.2% (4th)
39 2017/03/26 13.0% (4th) 13.4% (6th) 14.7% (4th) 15.1% (4th)
40 2017/04/01 10.1% (7th) 9.7% (7th) 11.4% (4th) 12.2% (4th)
41 2017/04/02 14.4% (2nd) 14.8% (3rd) 14.7% (3rd) 15.4% (3rd)
42 2017/04/08 10.7% (4th) 11.1% (4th) 11.2% (4th) 11.9% (4th)
43 2017/04/09 13.6% (2nd) 14.7% (3rd) 14.0% (4th) 14.6% (4th)
44 2017/04/15 12.9% (2nd) 12.2% (3rd) 13.7% (2nd) 13.8% (2nd)
45 2017/04/16 14.0% (3rd) 14.8% (4th) 13.7% (3rd)
46 2017/04/22 12.7% (2nd) 13.2% (2nd) 13.7% (2nd)
47 2017/04/29 9.8% (5th) 10.0% (5th) 10.1% (4th) 10.7% (4th)
48 2017/04/30 11.6% (6th) 12.0% (4th) 11.7% (5th) 12.2% (4th)
49 2017/05/06 10.1% (7th) 10.3% (5th) 11.1% (5th) 11.6% (5th)
50 2017/05/07 11.7% (6th) 12.1% (5th) 13.1% (5th) 13.9% (4th)
Average 11.5% 11.9% 12.1% 13.0%

References

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