Lee Min Soo is the Korean male version of Paris Hilton. He meets Choi Yoon Hee one day when he was trying to avoid one of his many conquests. Min Soo's mother, Han Myung In, thinks that Yoon Hee has what it takes to rein in Min Soo and his playboy behaviors. She offers Yoon Hee a deal that she cannot resist: to become Korea's Hillary Clinton and in exchange she has to marry Min Soo and change his playboy ways.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 65 minutes

Premier: 2009-02-04

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Joy-Ann M. Lomena-Reid (born December 8, 1968), known professionally as Joy Reid, is an American cable television host and a national correspondent at MSNBC. In 2016, The Hollywood Reporter described her as one of the political pundits “who have been at the forefront of the cable-news conversations this election season.” That same year, she wrote a book on the recent history of the Democratic Party, called Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the Racial Divide. In 2017 and 2018, Reid faced controversy after a series of what The New York Times called “incendiary” posts from her defunct, decade-old blog were rediscovered and shared on social media.

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In 2016, The Hollywood Reporter said that she had the “ability to break down complex issues in a way that makes them digestible and accessible,” and speak to both policy wonks and ordinary viewers. She left journalism in 2003 to oppose the war in Iraq and President George W. Bush, but returned to broadcasting as a talk radio host, and then worked in the Barack Obama presidential campaign. In 2018, the New York Times stated that "Ms. Reid, the daughter of immigrants, has emerged as a “heroine” of the anti-Trump “resistance”. Reid began her journalism career in 1997, leaving New York and her job at a business consulting firm to begin working in southern Florida for a WSVN Channel 7 morning show. Reid was a 2003 Knight Center for Specialized Journalism fellow. From 2006 to 2007, Reid was the co-host of Wake Up South Florida, a morning radio talk show broadcast from Radio One’s then-Miami affiliate WTPS, alongside “James T” Thomas. She served as managing editor of The Grio (2011–2014), a political columnist for Miami Herald (2003–2015), and the editor of The Reid Report political blog (2000–2014). From February 2014 to February 2015, Reid hosted her own afternoon cable news show, The Reid Report. The show was canceled on February 19, 2015 and Reid was shifted to a new role as an MSNBC national correspondent. Since May 2016, Reid has hosted AM Joy, a political weekend-morning talk show on MSNBC, and is a frequent substitute for other MSNBC hosts, including Chris Hayes and Rachel Maddow. As of 2018, Reid's morning show on Saturday averages nearly 1 million weekly viewers. Reid is the author of the book Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the Racial Divide, published by HarperCollins on September 8, 2015. In 2015, Reid gave the inaugural Ida B. Wells lecture at Wake Forest University's Anna Julia Cooper Center. In 2016, she received the Women's Media Center's Carol Jenkins Visible and Powerful Media Award. Reid also teaches a Syracuse University class in Manhattan exploring race, gender and the media. In 2017, Reid ranked fourth among Twitter's top tweeted news outlets (@MSNBC) and most tweeted journalist (@JoyAnnReid) at each outlet.

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