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Read at your own risk if you haven't watched the first four episodes.
In episode 4, we found out Ha-Won's father is actually her 'adoptive' father. We have no idea how it happened. However, we were given a clue the adoptive father might be searching for Ha-Won's biological father with the surname Kang.

Is this a coincidence?

Probably not. Here are my thoughts: 1. The writer might be hinting Ha-won could be one of Grandpa Kang's descendant. Which gives the entitlement to be considered as candidate for the heir. 2. The writer is tricking us into think she's related but actually the man the father is looking for is Ji-woon's father.

How will Ha-Won become the Cinderella of this drama?

Will she be competing with the boys or will she fall in love with one of them? What do you think?

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I just love all the four episodes. She is like Gum Jan Di in BOF. Very strong character. I still have no idea where the story is leading us but it will definately hook me to the seat!
a year agoReply
I really like her with the secretary but also with kang seo-woo but I already know she's gonna end up with kang ji woon which makes me upset since it's so predicable and hope none of them are her half brother or brother I hate that type of thing馃槖
a year agoReply
Hopefully it won't be half-brother type of story. I don't think it's predictable yet. I mean Ji-Woon is listed as a lead cast maybe but there are still many uncertainties. I guess we'll find out within the next two chapters.
a year ago
That's what I was thinking too. But if she's related to grandpa then the love line gets a little creepy 馃槀. However, if she is I thinks she jumps to the number one spot for being the heir, because she is the responsible one 馃槅.
a year agoReply
Haha maybe that's the grandpa's trick to get all the cousins to release the tension.
a year ago
the show called CFK? did I miss something?
a year agoReply
Cinderella and the four knight is too long, so I just abbreviated it. 馃槀
a year ago
Ah nvm, I just read your other card
a year agoReply