Princess Hours (Goong)


Section:Korean Dramas

Genre:Romantic Comedy

Number of Episodes:24


Language: Korean

Average Rating:       (out of 8 ratings)

Director: In-Roi Hwang


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Princess Hours (Goong)

Reviewed by: Tvb_luver January 06, 2007

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

Another typical Korean story where man meet woman, they argue a lot but later fall in love with each other and not to forget the love triangle- another man loves the woman while another woman loves the man. But to be honest I still love it! It begins with the Crown Prince Shin who proposes to his girlfriend of 2 years, Hyo Rin but was rejected. Then later Chae Geong, an ordinary girl, whose late grandfather had a close relationship with...

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Princess Hours (Goong)

Reviewed by: sukting November 28, 2006

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Foreword We have seen love rivalry between brothers, sisters and friends. Have you seen this between cousins? What's more they are also princes! This is a 2006 direct hit that all should not missed! Story The queen mother is upset that Xuan isn't feeling well and this reminds her of her elder son, Xiu who died many years ago. The elders decide that the crown prince, Xin should get married soon as the throne...

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Princess Hours (Goong)

Reviewed by: dianat September 14, 2006

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Based on a comic book series, "Princess Hours" fictionalizes that Korea is still ruled by a royal family today. As fairy tales go, the Crown Prince Lee Shin (acted by Joo Ji-hoon) is betrothed to Chae-gyeong (played by Yoon Eun-hye), a commoner. Apparently the grandparents of Lee Shin and Chae-gyeong were good friends and had made the pact before their deaths. Again as tales go, the betrothed couple do not like each other initially. As...

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Princess Hours (Goong)

Reviewed by: plumstars September 06, 2006

Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Cast: Shin Chae Kyung : Yoon Eun Hye Lee Shin: Joo Ji Hun Lee Yul: Kim Jeong Hun Min Hyo Rin: Sung Ji Hyo Introduction: Romantic relationships, political wars and the realization of what the heart truly wants.. these are the main themes of this drama, which is based on a mang-hwa (Korean manga), also by the same name, about a normal teenager and her life as she marries into the Korean Monarchy. Storyline: Chae Kyung (Yoon Eun Hye)...

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Member Ratings


02-28-2010 04:48 PM


The political stuff was incredibly boring and seemed to never end. Lee Yul's acting was forced and bad. Seeming as how they're beginner actors, I guess I could let it go. But still, it was very boring at some parts.


02-03-2010 03:48 PM


Slow and lite. Boring palace scenario really restricted the plot movement and excitement. Fun music though.


12-22-2009 04:23 AM


I watched this after Coffee Prince; this time the amazing Yoon Eun Hye is a teary (meant in the nicest possible way) princess. This drama was great, although at times I felt little twinges of annoyance at how desperate and clingy the princess was. I missed the angry spark Yoon Eun Hye had in Coffee Prince. Oh well, can't be helped - great drama; well worth watching.
Side note; I loved the teddy bear scenes… watch and you will understand :)


12-05-2009 09:43 PM


loved every aspect of this movie just fantastic...


09-03-2009 03:07 AM


very fantastic!!love this...i do hope that it will be seen at the phillipines again soon

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