‘My Fair Lady’ Makes Good Start

The new KBS2 drama “My Fair Lady” got off to a good start by topping the viewing chart among Wednesday-Thursday dramas with ratings of 17.4 percent.

There have been high expectations for the drama due to its star-studded cast, including Yoon Eun-hye, Yoon Sang-hyun, Jung Il-woo and Moon Chae-won.

The first episode featured an encounter between Kang Hye-na (Yoon Eun-hye), an arrogant heiress of a rich business family, and Seo Dong-chan (Yoon Sang-hyun), a poor man who used to live by seducing and deceiving women.

The two became involved in a minor accident due to a mistake made by Hye-na. But Hye-na, far from apologizing, treated Dong-chan with a haughty attitude. Becoming angry, Dong-chan refused to accept a settlement, which resulted in Hye-na receiving a court injunction to do public service work. She tried to get even with him by scheming to disappear and make it look as if he abducted her.

This prompted Dong-chan to use Hye-na to acquire a fortune. He entered her home by getting a job as her butler, shocking her, and the episode ended there.

In the second episode, Jung Il-woo appeared as Lee Tae-yoon, a human rights lawyer from a rich family who forms a love triangle with Yoon Sang-hyun.

Many viewers expressed their satisfaction, saying that the show has many comical elements that made the drama entertaining, while some were concerned about the actors’ performances. This has raised curiosity about whether the drama will be able to continue its good start.

Source: KBS

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