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It aired on SBS from April 25 to July 26, 2009 on Saturdays and Sundays at for 28 episodes.It was among the top-rated Korean dramas of the year; it maintained its number one spot in the viewership ratings chart for 20 consecutive weeks and reached a peak rating of 47.1% for its last episode.

That would be me, and what appears to be the vast majority of the drama viewing populace.Setting aside Lee Seung Gi’s hairstyle which ought to be banned, second male lead Bae Soo Bin’s Park Jun Se oppa was so darn oppariffic (new word I just coined) that all of us wanted him to get the girl because he deserved her.Han Hyo-Joo was born on February 22, 1987 in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea.Her mother worked as an elementary school teacher before becoming an inspector for public schools and her father worked in the military.After being discovered at a teenage beauty pageant she began acting and she finally made her acting debut on the television series . She also got in Controversy with ex-manager because he transferred 16 photos of Han from her digital camera to his mobile phone.

Hyo had earned wide recognition and handsome amount of money from her acting, modeling, music videos.

According to Han Hyo-Ju, her personality fits her blood type-A classification: calm, doesn't get angry easily, & able to endure without a lot of expression.[1] In 2003, Han Hyo-Ju won the grand prize for the Miss Bing-geure contest, which attracted the attention from the entertainment world (Bing-geure is a Korean food company).

In 2005, Han Hyo-Ju received her first acting roles in the MBC sitcom “Nonstop 5” and the movie “My Boss, My Teacher”. In 2006 Han Hyo-Ju received her first leading role in the KBS2 drama “Spring Waltz”.

He decided to lie low and not tell his family that he was alive so that his family could claim his life insurance money and use it to clear the debts.

However his second wife, Baek Sung-hee (Kim Mi-sook), kicked her stepchildren, Eun-sung and Eun-woo, out of the house after collecting the insurance money and moved into a new home with her daughter, Yoo Seung-mi (Moon Chae-won).

In her quest to survive in court and bring justice to lowborn commoners like herself, she makes many allies such as her devoted protector Cha Chun-soo (whom she considers an older brother despite not being blood-related), the police chief Seo Young-gi, and the court ladies Jung and Bong.