A high school girl will do anything to meet and get close to a boy she idolizes. Jae Hee (Sulli) is in love with Tae Joon (Choi Minho), a pole-jumping gold medalist. She discovers that he attends high school at an all-boys’ school, so she cuts her hair and pretends to be a boy to be admitted to the school. But she soon learns that trying to blend in with the boys and keep her true identity a secret are no easy tasks. How long can she keep up the ruse, and will it all be worth the effort in the end?
This is a good drama with a moderately accurate portrayal of the original Japanese manga. As a huge fan of the manga I found the differences to be small in most cases but significant enough that when I watch this drama and read the manga side by side, the manga is more charming with a different feeling and flow. Most significantly, some of the characters have been omitted or amalgamated from two characters in the manga to just one in the drama. Also, several of the storylines have been altered so that certain events occur in both versions but at different times. For example, something may happen right away in the manga but not occur for several episodes in the drama and vice versa. However, if you haven't read Hana Kimi yet or if you are able to accept that there will be differences, this is a great drama with generally solid acting and enough "moe" to tug at your heart strings.