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Novel Version of My Princess Korean TV Drama Published

Written by son of rambow on Monday, February 14, 2011

With the success of the drama My Princess these days, MBC Productions has hastened to adapt the story for another format with a novelization.

The novel features a plot that, like the drama, focuses on the development of love amidst the quarreling and clashes of its two leads. However, it purports to differ substantially in its more detailed exploration of the characters’ inner thoughts and struggles.

Still, the book’s probably not too far from the tone of the drama, as scriptwriter Jang Young-shil worked with the novel writer Sohn Hyun-kyung in the adaptation process. The two had also worked together in novelizing Jang’s previous drama, Lovers In Prague. The book also comes with color photos of the leads, for fans out there who love collectibles.

They’ve worked pretty fast to put this out, given that the novel was published before the drama was even half over. They must have been pinning their hopes on the show to be a hit, since I doubt it was written in the three weeks since its premiere. And I suppose novel format gives the characters more time to develop than we see onscreen — though really, at this point, no amount of humanization could make me like Yoon-ju or her ugly lopsided bowl cut. Even if she doesn’t have one in the book. It’s in her soul.

about the Drama

Title: 마이 프린세스 / My Princess / 我 的 公主
Genre: Romantic
Episodes: 16
Online at: MBC
Period aired: January 5, 2011-24 February 2011
Release: Wednesday-Thursday 21:55


An ordinary student, Lee Seol (played by Kim Tae Hee) finally find out if she was a princess. Grandson of Daehan Group, Park Hae-young (played by Park Hae-Young) is a teacher Lee Seol personality who will teach the material.

Park Hae-young (played by Song Seung Hoon)
It is the heir of the group's largest and most influential business in Korea. He worked as a diplomat in the kingdom abroad. Meruapakan perfect man, but eventually have to be in a situation where he had to teach Lee Seol good karma as a princess.

Lee Seol (played by Kim Tae Hee)
Archeology student aged 21 years. He was adopted when she was 5 years old and had a secret birth. He is a distinguished life hard and have worked furiously to get into university. He fell in love with a professor on campus and will do anything to get close to him. One day when he wakes up, she became the daughter of Korean tiba2. But, her sister, Lee And jealous and cooperate with Oh Yoon Joo to destroy it.

Oh Yoon Joo (played by Park Ye Jin)
A museum employee who beautiful, the son of an executive secretary, who had a different plan to get Park Hae-Young for himself as well to gain her father.

Nam Jung-woo (played by Ryu Soo Young)
A distinguished professor of archeology and history of the handsome and charismatic, people who like to examine the rocks, but keep the feeling in love with a mahasiswinya.

Lee Dan (played by Kang Ye Sol)
Lee Dan and Lee Seol both lived dip anti upbringing and adopted by same parents. He is a hard worker and good-hearted person, but because he was jealous of Lee Seol and incited by Oh Yoon Joo, decided to do evil plans so that he can become a princess.


Lee Soon Jae as President Park
Im Ye Jin as Kim Da-Bok
Lee Ki Woo June Choi Kwang as - to be an idol, but finally when the draftee, he even taught to cook and fell in love with the world of cooking, so the profession eventually move into the royal chef
Son Sung Yoon as Shin Sang Gung
Lee Sung Min as Lee Young Chan
Lee Dae Yeon as Sun Woo So
Choi Yoo Hwa as Kang Sun Ah
Heo Tae Hee as Bo Gwan Jwa
Chu Hun as Yoo Ki Kwang Yub
Ki Joon as Min Ja Hyun
Ahn Nae Sang as Emperor Sunjong

Production Team

Director: Kwon Suk Jang
Scriptwriter: Kim Eun Sook, Jang Young Shil (장영실)

Cre: Koreandrama, allkoreandrama

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