Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Prosecutor Princess

I just finished watching the Korean TV drama "Prosecutor Princess".  The story follows a Korean woman, Hyeri, who graduates from prosecutor training in the first episode (after having taken the bar exam).  Hyeri skips out on a mandatory post-graduation training seminar to ski in the mountains, and attend a fashion show held at the ski-lodge.  It is there that she meets the handsome Inwoo, an extremely handsome and wealthy bachelor.  After a series of unfortunate events, she is forced to accept Inwoo's offer to let her stay in the spare room in his suite, as all other rooms in the hotel are taken.  

Hyeri starts work at her a few days later, where she meets the tall, handsome widowed Prosecutor Wu. Delightfully, the series involves not one, but two complicated love triangles revolving around the two handsome men.  

Not only is the series a complicated, and delightful love story, full of many comedic moments, but it is also an intriguing mystery.  Why did Inwoo come to Korea?  Why does he always seem to be in the right place at the right time?  Why does Prosecutor Wu dislike Hyeri before he even knows her?  
The two main characters, Hyeri and Inwoo, are also extremely well dressed.  Hyeri loves fashion, and routinely shows for work in high fashion outfits.  Inwoo also wears extremely fashionable outfits: my two favorite were his adorable cardigan outfit, and when he wore a green and blue argyle tank top to work out.  

You can find the series on Hulu here: http://www.hulu.com/prosecutor-princess And for anyone easily scandalized: the series is extremely PG.  

The entire series is covered in 16 episodes, so you don't have to worry about waiting for another season to come out.  

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