Even though Kim Tan is already betrothed to Rachel Ryu (Kim Ji Won), he falls in love with Eun Sang nonetheless. Love triangles happen, drama ensues, the whole she-bang.
If you haven’t heard about them already, Korean dramas are the bees knees.
Then, she meets the ever-so rude Joong Won (So Ji Sub), a wealthy CEO of the luxurious Kingdom Mall in Seoul.
When a ghost suddenly appears and chases Kong Sil while she’s talking to him, she instinctively grabs on to a very disturbed Joong Won. Intrigued, she tries to get closer to him, even called him her “special person”, because well, he seems like the only one who could help her.
Startled and embarrassed of her appearance, she asks her beautiful best friend, Min Ha Ri (Go Jun Hee) to pretend to be her. This was his last drama before his departure to serve the military, and his performance is just so amazing in this drama. Heirs revolves around a group of teenagers that are well, heirs to giant South Korean empires.
Of course, this story spirals even more, and the real Hye Rin gets a job at “The Most” magazine. If you find that you get frustrated with Hye Jin (I certainly was) the character that Si Won plays will make you keep watching. We see Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) first, the true heir to the family-operated Empire Group living the California lifestyle, surfboards and everything.