Despite her poverty and lack of education or connections, bright and plucky Eun Jung-soo works her way up in the luxury handbag industry based on sheer talent alone. She encounters Do Jin-hoo, the smart and handsome chaebol heir of a fashion company, and Kim Seo-hyun who has to hide her true identity in order to achieve her dreams.
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