Princess Aurora

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Princess Aurora


  • Title: 오로라 공주 / Ohrora Gongjoo
  • Genre: Family, romance, comedy
  • Episodes: 150
  • Broadcast network: MBC
  • Broadcast period: 2013-May-20 to 2013-Dec-20
  • Air time: Monday to Friday 19:15
  • Original Soundtrack: Princess Aurora OST


Aurora is a 25-year-old woman whose family owns Chunwang Foods, a large food conglomerate. Both of her parents are in their seventies and a 20-plus age difference exists between Aurora and her three other male siblings - Wang Sung, Geum Sung and Soo Sung. At first, people think she is a rich spoiled brat but there’s more to her than meets the eye. She intervenes to salvage her 50-year-old second brother’s marriage by getting rid of his mistress who had lied about getting pregnant by her brother. As the youngest child of a wealthy family, she has turned out alright instead of becoming a spoiled material girl. She is uberconfident and speaks her mind to everyone around her. One day, she falls head over heels for Hwang Ma Ma, an irritable novelist and perfectionist. Aurora oozes with charm and confidence! Nothing can faze her. Hwang Ma Ma’s chiseled good looks make him incomparable to other men. But he has one flaw that could torpedo his relationship with Aurora! Can the couple overcome it?--MBC Global Media

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Production Credits[edit]


2013 MBC Drama Awards

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  • During its run, Princess Aurora became a fixture in the entertainment news headlines for both its over-the-top (called makjang in Korean) storylines and behind-the-scenes troubles. As the show went on, Im Sung Han wrote out more actors (more than 12 in total), resulting in a reportedly deteriorating atmosphere on set and notoriety in the press.
  • As ratings continued to climb, the initially 120-episode drama received a 30-episode extension, bringing its final episode count to 150. However, Im Sung Han asked for 50 additional episodes (in order to bring up the final count to 200), stating that she needed the additional time to flesh out her storylines, but failed.
  • MBC requested Im Sung Han rewrites for the scripts of the final two episodes.

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