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Coffee Prince
For a tomboyish girl desperate to support her family and a lackadaisical heir to a food conglomerate, the lies they weave ensnare them in a complicated web of emotions. Go Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye), whose tomboyish mannerisms and androgynous good looks often get her mistaken for a pretty boy, bears the burden of supporting her free-spending mother and younger sister after her father’s death. Choi Han Kyul (Gong Yoo), the heir to a major food company, is under constant pressure from his grandmother to go into the family business and settle down to provide the next generation of heirs. As a result, Han Kyul is forced to go on many arranged dates and take over a run-down café. Eun Chan and Han Kyul’s worlds collide one day, and Han Kyul mistakes Eun Chan for a man. Han Kyul hires Eun Chan to pose as his gay lover so that he can get his grandmother off his back and put a stop to the blind dates. Desperate for money, Eun Chan not only agrees to the ruse but also maintains her male disguise to get a job at Han Kyul’s café. To revitalize the café, Han Kyul dubs it “Coffee Prince” and hires only good-looking men to work there. But Han Kyul begins to question his own sexuality when he develops a growing attraction to the charismatic Eun Chan. -Copyrighted from Viki.com
Moreover in my personal opinion I really did enjoy this drama. It was funny, romantic, and dramatic. You grow to love the characters, and as all kdrama's you feel as though your the actors friends (cry when they cry, and feel happy for them). Hopefully you will enjoy this drama. :)
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