Hello! Miss

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Hello! Miss
Promotional poster
Also known as Hello! My Lady
Hello! Baby
Genre Romance, Comedy, Drama
Written by Park Young-sook
Directed by Lee Min-hong
Starring Lee Da-hae
Lee Ji-hoon
Ha Seok-jin
Yeon Mi-joo
Ending theme "Funky Dance" by Crying Nut
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 16
Producer(s) Lee Hyun-wook
Location(s) Korea
Running time 70 minutes on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 (KST)
Original channel Korean Broadcasting System
Original release March 19, 2007 (2007-03-19) – May 8, 2007 (2007-05-08)
Preceded by When Spring Comes
Followed by Flowers for My Life
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Hello! Miss (Hangul: 헬로! 애기씨; RR: Hello! Aegi-sshi; also known as Hello! My Lady) is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Lee Da-hae, Lee Ji-hoon, Ha Seok-jin and Yeon Mi-joo. Based on Lee Ji-wan's novel Five Kimchi Mandu, the series aired on KBS2 from March 19 to May 8, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.[1]


Lee Su-ha is the last living daughter of a once-respected clan in the countryside. Always wearing a beautiful hanbok, Su-ha is the embodiment of traditional feminine virtues. Her peaceful life is interrupted when the son of a rich investor, Hwang Dong-gyu demands that she sell her ancestral house, which has 99 pillars, to him. (Under rules dating from the Joseon Dynasty, no one but a king could have a house with more than 99 pillars.) But she scoffs at his offer and tries to save her home by holding traditional home-stay programs for urban residents. She also finds out that the kind-hearted Dong-gyu and his brash cousin and rival Hwang Chan-min, are descended from a servant family that worked for her clan during the days of the monarchy.


Main characters[edit]

The grandniece of the Je-an Lee clan and the owner of the clan's historical home Hwa Ahn Dang, Su-ha lost her mother due to stomach cancer a year ago, while her father left for Seoul with another woman many years ago. Refusing to lead a reclusive life in the Hwa Ahn Dang, Su-ha decides to explore her life. She falls in love with a guy named Hwang Dong-gyu, who urges her to sell Hwa Ahn Dang to him.
A grandson of the corporation TOP Group, Dong-gyu was raised by his stingy grandfather, the chairman of the group, but is too simple-hearted and well-mannered for a scion. His ignorance and simplicity, which run counter to his hard-hearted personality, add to his "unbalanced" charm. He invests his youth in learning how to inherit his grandfather’s business but falls in love with the pure-hearted girl Su-ha. However, despite his strong feelings for her, he stumbles a lot due to his poor courting skills. He becomes completely engrossed in trying to buy the Hwa Ahn Dang after his grandfather promises to pass his managerial rights to the grandson who gives him the Hwa Ahn Dang.
Chan-min is Dong-gyu's cousin and also a grandson of a family-owned conglomerate, but he has no interest in inheriting his family's business. He just takes what he has for granted and concentrates solely on modeling. His dazzling looks and outgoing personality captivate girls' hearts at once. But he changes completely after he meets Su-ha and opens his eyes to genuine love. To win her heart, he embarks on learning business and emerges as Dong-gyu's rival.
  • Yeon Mi-joo as Seo Hwa-ran
Hwa-ran is a daughter of a madwoman who gave birth to her at the Hwa Ahn Dang. After she ran away from home while in middle school, she was smart enough to become adopted by a rich, educated and elderly African-American couple. She returns to Korea after graduating from college in the U.S. and completely "upgrading" her body through cosmetic surgeries. As a nobody who became somebody through painstaking effort, she challenges Su-ha, whom she considers an obstacle in her eventful life. Much later, she finally falls in love with Su-ha's older brother Joon-young - who always supported her when they were kids.

Supporting characters[edit]

  • Ryan as Lee Joon-young, Su-ha's half brother
  • Moon Chun-shik as Jang Dae-ri
  • Jang Young-ran as Oh Jung-sook, Su-ha's friend
  • Park In-hwan as Hwang Man-bok, Su-ha's father
  • Lee Min as Lee Joon-hee
  • Park In-hwan as Lee Don-kyu, Su-ha's father
  • Choi Soo-rin as Hwang Yoo-il, Dong-gyu's aunt
  • Kim Hee-jin as Han Soo-jung, Su-ha's stepmother
  • Kim Hyun-joo as Lee Myung-ook, Chan-min's mother
  • Kim Kwang-kyu as Chief Kwak
  • Jo Eun-duk as Ahn Sung-daek
  • Park Soon-chun as Kkot Boon-yi, Hwa-ran's mother
  • Yeo Woon-kay as Lee Hak
  • Heo Hyun-ho as Byung-tae
  • Yeo Eun-gi
  • Kim Joo-young
  • Han Young-kwang
  • Lee Ji-wan as young Su-ha


International broadcast[edit]

  • Philippines: Aired on GMA Network beginning July 7, 2008.[3]
  • Thailand: Aired on BBTV Channel 7 (title in Thai: คุณชายไฮโซ คุณหนูโอทอป).


  1. ^ Lee, Min-a (20 March 2007). "Lee returns to romantic comedies". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2013-08-17. 
  2. ^ "2007 Year-end Korean drama awards round-up". Hancinema. 7 January 2008. Retrieved 2013-08-25. 
  3. ^ Dimaculangan, Jocelyn (4 July 2008). "Hello! My Lady replaces Coffee Prince Rewind starting July 7". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 2013-08-17. 

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