After losing her father Go Eun-sung's stepmother kicks her and her autistic brother out of the house. Shortly after her brother is kidnapped. Eun-sung now has to look for her brother while also trying to find a job in order to survive.
Tragedy strikes Eun-seong (Han Hyo-Joo) when her father suddenly dies and her brother goes missing. Then, by accident, good fortune arrives on Eun-seong's doorsteps when her kindness to an old woman yields the promise she'll inherits a vast fortune. Woo-han Seon (Lee Seung-Ki) is an arrogant young heir to this vast fortune. He has no idea about the value of money as he was spoiled by his wealthy grandmother and mother. One day, Woo-han's grandmother (Ban Hyo-Jung) delivers a wake-up call, she will give all of her fortune to Eun-seong.Written by
I'm a regular viewer of kdramas, some I love some questionable. This was nice to watch but in my opinion, 28 episodes was too long. Sometimes by my own admittance I can have a short time span unless the story is really rivetting. Although the storyline had a good premise, I quite couldn't agree with the ending and therefore slightly disappointed. Unless there are Koreans out there can guide me, I'm from the UK, but I find, taking into account they are fictional stories but with a sense of how your culture is coming across to a westerner, alittle proud, sometimes harsh, humourous (a bit like ours) and seem to go by honour. Going back to this drama, for me thought the way the step daughter was treated in the end was quite harsh, a bit of compassion wouldn't have come amiss. Mother was a nightmare so can understand the characters turning against her. Was disappointed the daughter didn't end up with the restaurant guy, he's so sweet and lovely. The grandson's character was not very attractive at all, in real life he'd be someone I wouldn't touch with a bargepole! Lol. Well acted by everyone.
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