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Directed by  Kwon Seok-jang
Original language(s)  Korean
First episode date  5 January 2011
Number of episodes  16

Written by  Jang Young-shil
Country of origin  South Korea
No. of episodes  16
Final episode date  24 February 2011
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Starring  Song Seung-heon Kim Tae-hee Park Ye-jin Ryu Soo-young
Network  Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Genres  Romance Film, Comedy, Drama
Cast  Kim Tae‑hee, Song Seung‑heon, Park Ye‑jin, Lee Gi‑kwang
Similar  Personal Taste, When a Man Falls in Love, Princess Hours, Golden Time, She Was Pretty

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My Princess (Hangul: 마이 프린세스) is a 2011 South Korean romantic comedy television series, starring Song Seung-heon, Kim Tae-hee, Park Ye-jin, and Ryu Soo-young. It aired on MBC from January 5 to February 24, 2011 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.

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Plot

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An ordinary college student, Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee), finds out she's a princess and the great-granddaughter of the Joseon Dynasty's last Emperor, Emperor Sunjong. The grandson of the chairman of Daehan Group, Park Hae-young (Song Seung-heon), is put in charge of educating Seol on proper etiquette in order for her to fulfill her role. However, Hae-young is put in a precarious situation when he finds himself drawn to Seol, the girl who will take away his inheritance if the monarchy is restored.

Main characters

  • Song Seung-heon as Park Hae-young
  • Kim Tae-hee as Lee Seol
  • Park Ye-jin as Oh Yoon-joo
  • Ryu Soo-young as Nam Jung-woo
  • Supporting characters

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  • Lee Soon-jae as Park Dong-jae, Hae-young's grandfather and chairman of the Daehan Group
  • Maeng Sang-hoon as Oh Ki-taek, Yoon-joo's father and Park Dong-jae's secretary
  • Kang Ye-sol as Lee Dan, Seol's adoptive sister
  • Im Ye-jin as Kim Da-bok, Seol's adoptive mother
  • Lee Gi-kwang as Geon-yi, royal chef
  • Son Sung-yoon as Shin Mi-so, palace maid
  • Hwang Young-hee as Hong In-ae, chief palace maid
  • Lee Sung-min as Lee Young-chan, President of the Republic of Korea
  • Lee Dae-yeon as So Sun-woo
  • Choi Yu-hwa as Kang Sun-ah, Seol's friend from school
  • Baek Bong-ki as Bong-jae, bodyguard
  • Jeon Min-seo as young Seol
  • Choi Won-hong as young Hae-young
  • Heo Tae-hee as aide
  • Chu Hun-yub as Yoo Ki-kwang, reporter
  • Min Joon-hyun as reporter
  • Park Hyuk-kwon as Lee Han, Seol's father
  • Park Jung-woo as Park Hae-young's father
  • Ahn Nae-sang as Emperor Sunjong (cameo)
  • Jo Sung-ha as Park Dong-jae's father (cameo)
  • Cha Hwa-yeon as fashion designer (cameo)
  • Jung Suk-yong as priest (cameo, episode 4)
  • Joo Sang-wook as Hyun-woo (cameo, episode 9)
  • Park Min-woo
  • Music

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    The My Princess original soundtrack was released as two 7-track albums by Pony Canyon Korea. Part 1 was released on January 13, 2011 and Part 2 on February 15, 2011. The soundtrack contained a number of songs used in the series, including those by Lee Sang-eun, Taru and Every Single Day.

    International broadcast

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  • It aired in the Philippines on ABS-CBN from March 28 to May 6, 2011.
  • It aired in Japan on Fuji TV in September 2011.
  • It aired in Vietnam on VTV6 beginning August 15, 2012.
  • It aired in the Middle East on MBC 4 beginning April 27, 2014.
  • It aired in Malaysia on 8TV.
  • It aired in Thailand on Channel 7 beginning August 3, 2013.
  • Home media

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    My Princess was released in two DVD box sets in Japan. The first set containing volumes 1-4 was released on July 6, 2011 and the second with volumes 5-8 was released on August 3, 2011. Both were released under Curtain Call Production Inc., Storm S Productions and Geneon Universal Entertainment.

    References

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