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)
Release
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original release 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 (Hangul괜찮아, 아빠 딸; RRGwaenchanh-a, appa ttal) 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 completely rely on her father. When he has brain hemorrhage one day, she begins to realize that she must grow out of her sheltered life and face numerous hardships before becoming independent.

Cast[edit]

Eun family
Choi family
  • Choi Jin-hyuk as Choi Hyuk-ki
  • Shin Min-soo as Choi Duk-ki
  • Lee Donghae as Choi Wook-ki
  • Lee Bong-gyu as Hyuk-ki's father
  • Lee Yong-nyeo as Hyuk-ki's mother
Jung family
Park family
  • Jun Tae-soo as Park Jong-suk
  • 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 8.0 8.8

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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