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  • English:KAIST
  • Korean:카이스트
  • Original Network: SBS(1999)
  • Aired: 1999/01/24 - 2000/10/08
KAIST (Korean: 카이스트) is a TV Series. Broadcast starts on 1999-01-24. The broadcast ended on 2000-10-08. The broadcasting station is SBS (1999).
A youth story of elite people unfolding on campus. The stage is KAIST (Korean National Institute of Science and Technology), where only the elite gather. Study abroad and earn a doctoral degree in the United States
Ki-hoon (Ahn Jung-hoon) is a young professor with brown hair, piercings, and torn jeans. Min-jae (Lee Min-woo) and Chae-yo work together with Ki-hoon to study and take on the challenge of winning the Nobel Prize.
These include Chae Lim and Lee Eun. Min-jae and Chae Young, who are childhood friends and rivals, are always fighting, but he has feelings for Chae Young, who he thought was a friend.
Min-jae's love for her suddenly changes, but... . The Korean TV series “Kaist” has produced so many stars that it has even been given the nickname “star-producing military academy.”
It is also a work that attracted attention by the late Lee Eun-joo. Jisung from ``All In'', Kim Ju Hyuk from ``Prague Lovers'', Lee Nayeon from ``Scenes of Love'', Kang from the movie ``The King's Man''
This is a valuable TV series where you can enjoy the rookie days of current Korean stars such as Sung Yeong, Kim Min Jeong of ``Fashion 70s.''

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
KAIST[*]) is a public institution under the Ministry of Science and ICT of the Republic of Korea. Legally, it is not a “national university” under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, and
It is a government-funded research institute with a degree program and is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Science and ICT. It is not subject to the National University Accounting and Finance Act. in 1971
A graduate school named the Korea Advanced Institute of Science (KAIS) was first established near the Hongneung Arboretum in Seoul. Merged with Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in 1981
It was later established as the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and was separated from KIST in 1989, but the name was maintained as the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. July of the same year
It was merged with Korea University of Science and Technology and moved to Daedeok Campus. In 1996, the Affiliated Institute for Advanced Study was established, and in February 2009, Korea Science School for Gifted Students was established.
It was converted to a KAIST affiliated school, and the ICU was integrated into KAIST in March 2009. Although the name was not unified as KAIST or KAIST,
In 2008, the official external name was unified as KAIST. Article 1 states, “In-depth theory and practical application in the fields of science and technology necessary for industrial development.”
We train high-level scientific and technological talent, carry out mid- to long-term research and development according to national policy, and basic and applied research to cultivate national scientific and technological capabilities.
Established as a corporation in accordance with the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Act, which stipulates that “Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is established to provide research support to research institutions and industries, etc.”
The decision-making body is currently the KAIST Board of Directors. By 2006, we had produced over 30,000 graduates, and many science and engineering scholars, venture entrepreneurs,
It has produced technocrats. In 2014, KAIST was the only domestic university to be invited as a member of the Global University Leaders Forum under the World Economic Forum.
received. GULF invites representatives from 26 of the world's top universities to discuss the future of higher education.