- Title: 치즈 인 더 트랩 (Cheese in the Trap)
- English title: Cheese in the Trap
- Genre: Romance, Drama
- Episodes: 16
- Original network: tvN
- Original release: January 4, 2016 - February 23, 2016
- Runtime: Monday and Tuesday 23:00 (KST)
- Country: South Korea
- Original Soundtrack: Cheese in the Trap OST
Drama depicts the delicate relationship between female university student Hong Seol (Kim Go-Eun) and her senior Yoo Jung (Park Hae-Jin). Hong-Seol works part-time due to her family's poor background. Yoo Jung is good looking, gets good grades, athletic and has a kind personality, but he has a dark side.
- Park Hae Jin as Yoo Jung
- Kim Go Eun as Hong Seol
- People around Yoo Jung
- Son Byung Ho as Yoo Young Soo
- People around Hong Seol
- Ahn Kil Kang as Hong Jin Tak
- Yoon Bok In (윤복인) as Kim Young Hee
- Kim Hee Chan as Hong Joon
- Seo Kang Joon as Baek In Ho
- Lee Sung Kyung as Baek In Ha
- Nam Joo Hyuk as Kwon Eun Taek
- Park Min Ji as Jang Bo Ra
- Hwang Suk Jung as Professor Kang
- Baek Soo Jang (백수장)
- Lee Woo Dong (이우동) as Heo Yoon Sup
- Kim Ki Bang as Gong Joo Yong
- Moon Ji Yoon as Kim Sang Chul
- Oh Hee Joon as Ha Jae Woo
- Ji Yoon Ho as Oh Young Gon
- Yoon Ji Won (윤지원) as Son Min Soo
- Cha Joo Young (차주영) as Nam Joo Yeon
- Yoon Ye Joo as Kang Ah Young
- Cheese in the Trap" takes over the tvN Mondays & Tuesdays 23:00 time slot previously occupied by "Bubblegum” and will be followed by "Pied Piper" March, 2016.
- Based on webcomic "Cheese in the Trap” by Soon Ggi (first published from July 7, 2010 via comic.naver.com/webtoon/)
- Actress Bae Suzy was offered the lead female role, but declined.
- Actress Kim Go-Eun turned down the lead female role due to scheduling issues, but accepted after director Lee Yoon-Jung repeatedly asked her to accept the role and also adjusted the series shooting schedule for her.
- "Cheese in the Trap" is the first drama series performance by Kim Go-Eun, she has performed in feature films exclusively up to this point.
- Filming began September, 2015.
- Director: Lee Yoon Jung
- Original writing: Soonkki (순끼)
- Screenwriter: Kim Nam Hee (김남희)
- Official site
- Daum movie site