My Girl (2006)

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My Girl was a Top Ten hit in Korea in 2006, it is a romance, comedy drama, starring Gong-chan (Lee Dong-wook), Yu-rin (Lee Da-hae), Park Si Yeon as Kim Seo Hyun and aided by the appearance of hot new actor Lee Jun-ki. The King and The Clown star plays Jung-woo, an unscrupulous playboy who sets his sights on Yu-rin. Directed by Jun Ki Sang and composed of total 16 episodes.

Plot:
When Gong-chan (Lee Dong-wook) meets the lively and beautiful Yu-rin (Lee Da-hae), he notices the resemblance between her and his long-lost cousin, whom his dying grandfather has been searching for. He hires Yu-rin to stand in for his missing cousin as a final gesture to his grandfather – but his own growing feelings for her threaten to ruin everything. The real drama begins when Gong-chan’s ex-girlfriend, a pro tennis star (played by Park Si-yeon), enters the scene determined to win him back. , And when his unscrupulous playboy friend who sets his sights on Yu-rin. Can Gong-chan protect Yu-rin from Jung-woo’s advances? Can he help fulfill his grandfather’s dying wish? And what will happen if his real cousin is finally discovered?

The Verdict:
My Girl is a “contract which turns into love” drama, both leads character enter an agreement and end up straying from it. But, like other dramas, it also brings something new to viewers and to all k drama lovers that wanted to find their true love and finding the right person that will love and accept you for being you. All scenes and storyline are really exciting to watch, especially when the moment in where the time is ticking and running with his grandfather conditions getting weaker by the minute, Gong Chan is desperate to fulfill his wish. He decides to hire Yoo Rin to pretend to be his cousin. But, things get complicated when they start to fall in love. How can the two be together with this big lie hanging over them? Can Yoo Rin get out of this? All will be revealed in these hit K-drama My Girl! Enjoy watching and make fun with this hilarious drama.

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