|Name||The Golden Spoon|
|Genre||Kdrama, Romance, Youth, Rich Family, Psychological|
|Director||Hyun Wook Song|
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Poor student Seung Chun endures relentless bullying. A young man who discovers a magical spoon that enables life-changing travel? That has absolutely no chance of failing. This is proceeding in the manner I anticipated, but also not. You’ll be hooked by the first episode, as I was, and it’s fantastic to binge.
Seung Chun chooses to live the life of Tae Yong, the richest boy in his school after an elderly woman offers him the chance to trade lives with anybody he chooses thanks to a golden spoon. He is given the chance of a lifetime when a mystery street vendor sells him a real golden spoon that will allow him to trade lives with a Golden Spoon for a pittance.
He has three chances to undo the change: the first one comes after a month, the second one comes after a year, and the third one comes after ten years.