My Girl

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My Girl
Title: My Girl / Ma-i-geol
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: December 14, 2005 - February 2, 2006
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 9:55 PM

Synopsis
Ju Yoo-rin (Lee Da Hae) is an imposter proficient in English, Chinese, and Japanese. Seol Gong Chan (Lee Dong Wook) is the second generation heir of a big corporation. Because of his grandfather's illness, he's forced to ask Yoo-rin to be his long-lost cousin so that his grandfather's last wish can be fullfilled. So therefore, they both are bound in a lie that no-one in the family knows the truth. Kim Sae-hyun (Park Si Yeon) grew up in a rich family and dreams to become a tennis star with the nickname "Sharapova of Korea". Her charm and intelligence attract many men. She and Yoo-rin have cutthroat competitions. Seo Jeong-woo (Lee Joon Ki) will fall also for Yoo-rin and finally learn to love that special someone.

Cast
Lee Dong Wook as Seol Gong-chan
Lee Da Hae as Joo Yoo-rin
Lee Joon Ki as Seo Jung-woo
Park Si Yeon as Kim Seo-hyun

Extended Cast
Jo Kye Hyung as Ahn Jin-kyu
Hwang Bo Ra as Ahn Jin-shim
Lee Eon Jeong as Yoon Jin-kyung
Byun Hee Bong as Seol Woong (Kong-chan's grandfather)
Kim Yong Rim as Jang Hyung-ja
Ahn Suk Hwan as Jang Il-do
Choi Ran as Bae In-sun
Jung Han Hun as Joo Tae-hyung
Han Chae Young as Choi Ha Na (the real granddaughter)
Jae Hee as Lee Mong Ryong (Ha Na's husband)

Production Credits
Chief Producer: Kim Young Sup
Producer: Bae Tae Sup
Screenwriter: Hong Jung Eun / Hong Mi Ran
Director: Jun Ki Sang
Asst. Director: Park Soo Chul
Cinematography: Bae Hong Soo
Production Company: DSP Entertainment
Line Producer: Yang Kwang Shin
Marketing Producer: Moon Jin Ki

Keyword : Lee Da Hae, Lee Eon Jeong, Rio, Network, Comedy, Period, Kim Young Sup, Kim Yong Rim, You, JOO, Hong Mi Ran, Hong Jung Eun, Bae Tae Sup, Park Soo Chul, Shin, TAE, Dream, Ex, Here, Love, Moon, My Girl, Pet, Red, Romance, Screen, SIS, Special, Up, Will, Grand, SP Entertainment, Ahn Suk Hwan, Bi, Byun Hee Bong, Choi Ran, Han Chae Young, Hwang Bo Ra, Jae Hee, Jo Kye Hyung, Lee Dong Wook, Lee Joon, Lee Joon Ki, Now, Park Si Yeon, Ryo, Cas


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