Sunny Girl

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Sunny Girl
Sunny Girl promo poster
Also known as 陽光天使
Yang Guang Tian Shi
Sunshine Angel
Genre Romance, Comedy
Directed by Wang Ming Tai / Gong Chao
Starring Wu Chun
Rainie Yang
Opening theme Sunny by Boney M
Ending theme Bu Neng Gao Su Wo (不能告訴我) by Nylon Chen
Country of origin Republic of China (Taiwan)
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 22
Producer(s) Huang Wan Bo / Ma Ying 馬瀛
Location(s) Taiwan, China, Japan
Production company(s) Comic International Productions
Original release 4 August (2011-08-04) – 22 December 2011 (2011-12-22)
Related shows Successful Story of a Bright Girl
External links
Official Website

Sunny Girl (traditional Chinese: 陽光天使; simplified Chinese: 阳光天使; pinyin: Yang Guang Tian Shi; literally: "Sunshine Angel") is a 2011 Taiwanese drama starring Wu Chun and Rainie Yang[1] It is produced by Comic International Productions (可米國際影視事業股份有限公司).[2] The drama started filming in May 2010 and wrapped on 21 September 2010.[3] It was filmed on location in Taiwan, China and Japan. It was broadcast in the summer of 2011. Sunny Girl is the Taiwanese remake of the 2002 Korean drama Successful Story of a Bright Girl.


  • Title: 陽光天使 (阳光天使) / Yang Guang Tian Shi
  • English title: Sunny Girl / Sunshine Angel
  • Episodes: 22
  • Broadcast network: Hunan TV / TTV / GTV
  • Broadcast period: 2011-Jul-06 / 2011-Aug-04 / 2011-Aug-14
  • Air time: Thursday 22:10
  • Opening theme song: Sunny by Boney M
  • Ending theme song: Bu Neng Gao Su Wo (不能告訴我) by Nylon Chen


Sunshine is a poor, cheerful Japanese girl who lives with her sacrificing, loving grandmother. Despite the fact that they love her, her parents are extremely irresponsible con-man/woman and have left her with a 100,000 yen debt. Her debtors finally give her an ultimatum—if she doesn't pay her parent's debt, she must go to jail for 300 days or become a maid for a rich family, using her wages to pay the debt.

She agrees to become a maid. Before she can leave, Yaxin (the wealthy CEO of "A Lovera," a beauty-products company) falls through the roof of her straw-thatched shower. It turns out he was parachuting, but his balloon broke. After she threatens him with the wrath of an army of Japanese grandparents, he apologizes to her bathroom.

Unfortunately for her, he turns out to be her new boss and now he scorns her for dressing like a grandma but she thinks he's a pampered, unreasonable child.


Guest stars[edit]


  1. ^ (Chinese) 阳光天使
  2. ^ (Chinese) 《陽光天使》熱拍 吳尊遭楊丞琳海扁變豬頭 7 July 2010. Retrieved 2011-01-23
  3. ^ (Chinese) Rainie's blog Bye Bye ... November 2010. Retrieved 2011-05-29