A female con-artist, Joo Yoo-rin, finds herself in a predicament with a young rich man, Seol Gong-chan, which leads her to fall in love. But as she falls in love with him she also is ... See full summary »
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A female con-artist, Joo Yoo-rin, finds herself in a predicament with a young rich man, Seol Gong-chan, which leads her to fall in love. But as she falls in love with him she also is intertwined in a love triangle with his cousin, Seo Jung-woo and ex-girlfriend, Kim Sae-hyun. Written by
What should I give as a birthday gift? I'll give you whatever you want.
Seol Gong Chan sshi... If that's the case, then don't be too good to me. What if I really like you?
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My Girl is a cute Korean TV drama that never strays from the usual in these productions...but like many of them has moments of true feeling, both of joy and pathos.
The story concerns a young hotel magnate whose grandfather lingers near death, depressed of having never met his granddaughter, having dismissed her mother from his life years earlier. The manager, unable to locate his long lost sister, instead hires a young con artist who has tried to scam him to act as his sister for the benefit of his grandfather.
Romantic and comic entanglements ensue between the two as their plan takes hold all to well. But what will happen when the grandfather makes a miraculous recovery and the two are forced to act as brother and sister, perhaps forever?
The 16 part drama is light and fluffy, with much humor, but also an edge of sadness and repressed passion. The performances and direction are top notch, with several poignant and heartfelt moments spread throughout.
A treat for fans of romantic Korean drama with large helpings of comedy.
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