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When the guys travel to Korea to retrieve the final episode of an Asian soap that Quagmire starred in, Quagmire is reunited with a former lover.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lois Griffin (voice)
Chris Griffin (voice) (credit only)
Meg Griffin (voice) (credit only)
Cleveland Brown (voice)
Hee-Sun (voice)
Angela (voice)
Soap Opera Actor (voice)
Ashton Kutcher
Soap Opera Actor (voice)
Girl in Commercial (voice)
Girl in Commercial (voice)
Tim Robbins (voice)
Joe Swanson (voice)


Peter, Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire travel to Korea in hopes of finding the last episode of an old forgotten Korean television soap opera that Quagmire started in 20 years ago, but as their journy begins Quagmire reunites with an old flame who introduces the gang to the culture of Korean Pop. Written by derekbagga

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Release Date:

3 January 2016 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Though the published description states the b-story is "Stewie is concerned that he will be a redhead," there is no b-story, nor is Stewie (or Brian) even shown in the episide. See more »


Joe Swanson: [Holing up a dickie shirt] Your dad doesn't wear this dickie anymore? That's crazy. Why would anyone get rid of a perfectly good dickie?
Glenn Quagmire: I see what you're doing and cut it out.
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Spoofs Gyeoul yeonga (2002) See more »


Oh! Pilseung Korea
Performed by Yoon Do-hyun
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Good, but could have been better
19 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

It had K-pop, and referenced Growl, as well as many other Korean- related items. If you are a part of anything even slightly Korea- related, you will probably be able to find it in here. This is basically what Kpoppers have been waiting for since forever. Honestly, it was really respectful to the culture, while also poking fun at it. It actually made me laugh a few times, although not as much as I feel as though it could have. Overall, they really did do their research and for that I would have to commend them, but I feel like they could have taken the idea further and been a bit more creative with the obvious loads of information they have about Korea and the Hallyu Wave.

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