Dali & Cocky Prince Episode 12 is scheduled release on October 28, 2021. Fans are excited to watch the latest episode.
Dali and Cocky Prince is a South Korean drama television series created by Hong Seok-gu and KBS Drama Division. The series is directed by Lee Jung-seob. It’s a romantic comedy series starring Kim Min-Jae and Park Se-eun.
About Dali and Cocky Prince
The story begins when Jin Moo Hak and Kim Dali meet without knowing each other’s background. They develop feelings for each other. They meet again as the uneducated son of a wealthy family and the daughter of a prestigious family. Due to her father’s sudden death and bankruptcy, Dali is struggling to save Cheong-song Art Museum. Moo Hak shows up, demanding her to pay off a debt of $2,000,000.
Jin Moo Hak is the director of Dondon F&B, a company that started as a small soup restaurant and has grown into a global food service company with more than 400 franchise stores. Kim Dali is a visiting researcher at Saint Muller Museum. Later, she becomes the director of Cheong-song Art Museum. She is fluent in seven languages and has a good personality.
After knowing Dali’s situation, Moo Hak decides to help her. He is good at business, but he lacks education and doesn’t have a good personality. His ignorance makes him feel ashamed in front of Dali. Moo Hak tries to become a better person.
Dali and Cocky Prince Episode 12 Release Date
It is scheduled to release on October 28, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming episodes of this K-drama series.
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Episode 12 will reveal the truth behind Dali’s father’s death and the downfall of the Cheong-song Art Museum. After knowing Tae Jin is the mastermind behind everything, Dali will be heartbroken. Tae Jin planned to take over Cheong-song Art Museum. His plan will not succeed because Moo Hak is helping Dali. To find out more, don’t forget to watch Dali and Cocky Prince Episode 12.
Where to Watch Online
You can watch it online on Viu and Kocowa. However, Kocowa is only available in North and South America.
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