With a perpetually indebted father, Joo Yoo Rin learned to lie on the spot and get herself out of tricky situations, which gets Seol Gong Chan, a rich heir to a company, to hire her to impersonate his long lost cousin.
Kim Tae-hee plays Lee Seol, an ordinary college student who finds out she's a princess and the great grand daughter of the Korea's last Emperor. But life can be complicated for a princess in this funny, quirky melodrama.
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The story of the secret love between Lee Hwon, a fictional king of Joseon, and Wol, a female shaman. Wol was born as Heo Yeon Woo, the daughter of a noble family who won the love of the ... See full summary »
Kim Yeong Ae,
Seo Hyeon Cheol,
Kim Myeong Guk
A love story between an heiress who tries to save her father's legacy, the one and only seven-star hotel in the nation and the hotel manager who becomes an enemy to his own father who abandoned him in order to help the heiress.
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Crown Prince Yi gak finds that he has been transported from Chosun Dynasty to modern-day Seoul. He meets Hong Se Na, who bears a striking resemblance to his dead wife, and is determined to ... See full summary »
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 first KDrama and definitely the first on my list of favorites
I can't describe the ambivalence I've felt after watching "My Girl". I'm fulfilled and yet I can't let go of the whole thing. This is like my first TV Korean Drama and I've enjoyed every single moment of it. Actually, I'm a huge movie fanatic but I'm not into the whole series thing. But "My Girl" is different. I've watched it for 5 times already and I know it sounded sick but who cares I'm enjoying myself.
I overwhelm by the whole cast and especially the main cast. Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook never fails to make me sizzle. I'm also drawn by the fashion sense of Koreans. Very conservative and yet not boring.
I recommend people to see this series at least 2 times or better yet 5 times if your bored. A quick escape to the world of Yoo Rin is fulfilling.
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