It's Okay, Daddy's Girl

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It’s Okay, Daddy’s Girl
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Promotional poster
Also known as It's Alright, Daddy's Daughter
It's Alright, Daddy's Girl
Written by Han Joon-young
Directed by Go Heung-shik
Starring Moon Chae-won
Park In-hwan
Choi Jin-hyuk
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 17
Production
Running time Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:55 (KST)
Broadcast
Original channel Seoul Broadcasting System
Original run November 22, 2010 (2010-11-22) – January 28, 2011 (2011-01-28)
Chronology
Preceded by Dr. Champ
Followed by Paradise Ranch

It's Okay, Daddy's Girl (Hangul: 괜찮아, 아빠 딸; RR: Gwaenchanha, Appa Ddal) is a South Korean television series that aired on SBS from November 22, 2010 to January 28, 2011.[1]

Plot[edit]

Being the youngest and spoiled in her family, Eun Chae-ryung would always completely rely on her father, Eun Ki-hwan. When he has a brain hemorrhage one day, she begins to realize that she must grow out of her sheltered life and face numerous hardships before becoming an independent person.

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Supporting characters[edit]

Eun family
  • Park In-hwan as Eun Ki-hwan
  • Kang Won as Eun Ho-ryung
  • Kim Hye-ok as Heo Sook-hee
  • Yoo Seung-mok as Heo Man-soo
Choi family
  • Lee Bong-gyu as Hyuk-ki's father
  • Lee Yong-nyeo as Hyuk-ki's mother
  • Shin Min-soo as Choi Duk-ki
Jung family
Park family
  • Lee Won-jae as Park Kwon (Jong-suk's father)
  • Park Hye-jin as Mo Yoon-kyung (Jong-suk's mother)
Extended cast
  • Kang Min-hyuk as Hwang Yeon-doo
  • Hong Yeo-jin as Lee Soon-jung
  • Song In-hwa as Go Yang-mi
  • Jo Han-joon as Park Moo-sool
  • Kim Dong-gyoon as Kwak Kyun-woo
  • Han Soo-min as Geum Joo-hye
  • Nam Ji-hyun as Shin Sun-hae
  • Hwang Sun-hee as Ma Ri-sol
  • Min Ji-oh as Kang Bo-ra
  • Kim Gyu-jin as Shim Byung-chun
  • Park Sang-hoon as Shin Sun-do
  • Park Jung-geun as Kang Dong-bo
  • Marco as Marco
  • Sung Chang-hoon as Ricardo
  • Song Yi-woo as Jo Ah-ra
  • Seo Dong-soo as Professor Kang
  • Lee Jin-ah as Jun So-hyung
  • Yoo Byung-sun as Min Hyun-gyo
  • Lee Sun-ah as Ah-young
  • Yeom Dong-heon as Ah-young's father
  • Choi Sung Joon as Doctor Hong
  • Kim Min-seo as Park Da-bin

Ratings[edit]

Date Episode Nationwide Seoul
2010-11-22 1 10.1 (8th) 10.9 (8th)
2010-11-29 2 8.6 (15th) 8.7 (16th)
2010-11-30 3 7.6 (18th) 7.9 (16th)
2010-12-06 4 (<7.8) 8.1 (18th)
2010-12-07 5 (<7.3) (<7.3)
2010-12-13 6 8.1 (19th) 8.5 (16th)
2010-12-14 7 8.3 (17th) 8.6 (15th)
2010-12-20 8 7.9 (<7.6)
2010-12-21 9 7.4 7.8 (20th)
2010-12-27 10 7.2 (<7.6)
2010-12-28 11 7.3 (<7.8)
2011-01-03 12 6.9 (<9.5)
2011-01-04 13 8.1 9.6 (18th)
2011-01-10 14 8.0 (<10.3)
2011-01-11 15 8.0 (19th) 9.3 (17th)
2011-01-17 16 (<8.5) 9.2 (20th)
2011-01-18 17 9.1 (16th) 10.9 (11th)
Average - -

References[edit]

  1. ^ "괜찮아, 아빠딸" 전태수“악역이라고 다 같은 인물 아니다”. iMBC (in Korean). 19 November 2010. Retrieved 2014-07-24. 

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