Every young girl dreams of becoming a princess when she grows up. But sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for. Lee Seol (Kim Tae Hee) considered herself an average college student, but her world is turned upside down one day when she discovers that she is the descendent of Emperor Sunjong, the last emperor of the Chosun Dynasty. Powerful figures in business and politics are excited by the prospect of restoring the Korean monarchy. The biggest proponent is Park Dong Jae (Lee Soon Jae), president of the Daehan Group, the largest conglomerate in Korea, who pledges to give up his entire fortune to see the Korean monarchy restored. He charges his grandson, Park Hae Young (Song Seung Hun), with the difficult task of preparing Seol to become a princess. The education involves everything from proper etiquette to governmental knowledge, and it’s no easy task. If Hae Young succeeds at making Seol a proper princess, he may lose his inheritance from his grandfather. When Hae Young starts developing feelings for Seol, his motives are put to the test. Oh Yoon Joo (Park Ye Jin), who’s father Oh Ki Taek (Maeng Sang Hoon), works as President Park’s secretary, had her sights set on marrying Hae Young and taking over the company. She will stop at nothing to see the monarchy fail. Can Seol ascend the throne of a Korean monarchy after everything she endures to become a princess? “My Princess” is a 2011 South Korean drama series directed by Kwon Suk Jang.