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She never gets sleep, and also looks a bit loony when she’s seen talking to “thin air” in public.
Then, she meets the ever-so rude Joong Won (So Ji Sub), a wealthy CEO of the luxurious Kingdom Mall in Seoul.
It’s like a look into the complicated lives of the wealthy, and it’s entertaining. If you haven’t heard about them already, Korean dramas are the bees knees.Of course, there’s also Chinese, Japanese and other Asian shows and films that have received significant praise - but it’s South Korea that has been marking their territory in media and entertainment. I’m going to give a pretty brief summary for each of the dramas below.From K-Pop (Korean Pop music) to K-Dramas, the South Korean entertainment industry has upped the standard. Each episode is about 45 minutes to an hour, there's about 16-20 episodes for each drama series and if you’re determined, you could finish in a week or two. Go Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye) works incredibly hard every day, struggling to support her mother and sister after her dad passed away. An adaptation from the novel "Personal Preference" by Lee Sae, Kae In (Son Ye Jin) has just been dumped by her long-term boyfriend and is looking for a potential roommate.
She’s also interestingly easily mistaken for a pretty-looking boy - you’ll understand why soon. Of course, she’s also looking to befriend a gay man for companionship. After Jin Ho (Lee Min Ho), an architect, scouts out the house for a business deal, Kae In mistakes Jin Ho for a gay man.
But what Hye Jin doesn’t know, is that Sung Joon grows up to become a handsome man, and no longer chubby. Will Sung Joon realize that his first love and childhood best friend is actually the seemingly ditzy new intern? Also, Si Won (also a part of the famous K-Pop group, Super Junior) plays as a second lead.