Dali and Cocky Prince Episode 10 will be released on 21 October 2021 at 9.30 pm KST on the KBS2 channel. Fans are eagerly waiting.
Dali And Cocky Prince is an Ongoing South Korean TV Series. Furthermore, It is in The Romantic Comedy Genre. It’s about the Love between a man who lacks a School Education. But is Extremely Resourceful. And a woman who comes from an Elite Background but doesn’t have the slightest idea on how to Take care of Herself. Furthermore. The Story follows their Romance. And how they deal with Everyday Problems.
Plot Of The Dali and Cocky Prince
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Jin Moo-Hak (Kim Min-Jae) is the second son of a family that runs the global restaurant franchise firm Dondon F&B. The company started from a gamjatang (pork bone stew) restaurant. He lacks education but has an excellent ability to make money.
Meanwhile, Kim Da-Li (Park Gyu-Young) is a visiting researcher of an art gallery. She is the only child of a prestigious family. Kim Da-Li can speak 7 different languages and she has a good personality, but she is not very good at doing household chores like cooking.
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Jin Moo-Hak and Kim Da-Li happen to meet without knowing about each other’s backgrounds and they develop good feelings for each other. Due to an art gallery that is going bankrupt, they meet again as the son of a rich, uneducated family and the daughter of a prestigious family.
Dali and Cocky Prince Episode 9 Release Date And More
Dali and Cocky Prince Episode 10 will be released on 21 October 2021 at 9.30 pm KST on the KBS2 channel. The drama has already passed its midpoint, and it is getting closer to the closing. However, many things have not been revealed yet. Romance is one of them. Da Li and Moo Hak have recently begun to sincerely show their feelings.
It will be exciting to see their confession part. Who will confess first, Moo Hak or Da Li? To know more, watch Dali and Cocky Prince every Wednesday and Thursday on KBS2. Each episode air for a one-hour duration.
Where To Watch
It is streaming on a South Korean online platform called Wavve. As for international viewers, Dali and Cocky Prince Korean dramas are available on Viki and Kocowa with English Subtitles.
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