Poor Han Ji Eun (Song Hye Gyo). After coming back from a trip to China, Han Ji Eun discovers that her house has just been sold (without her knowledge) to famous actor Lee Young Jae (Jung Ji Hoon). Now homeless, she strikes a deal with Lee Young Jae: in order for her to stayat the house, she agrees to serve as his personal maid for the duration of the time.
Circumstances led them to strike another deal, one that involves acontract marriage. If Han Ji Eun accepts to marry Lee Young Jae under false pretense for 6 months, he will return the house to her as alimony. They must appear like a happy couplein the faceof the public, but in reality they despise one another. Under the terms of the contract, she still have to continue with all the housework which is quite unbearable if you are serving under Lee Young Jae. He's mean, overbearing, rude, spoiled, and selfish. And forsome odd reason, Han ji Eun startsfalling in lovewith him. I can't fathom the reason why.
Throw in Yoo Min Hyuk (Kim Sung Soo) and Kang Hae Won (Jung Ji Hoon) into the mix and things start to get even more complicated. Like all Korean dramas there's always a love triangle. In this case, it's more like a love square. Ha Ji Eun is in love with Lee Young Jae, but he's in love with Kang Hae Won, who is in love with Yoo Min Hyuk, who is only interested in Han Ji Eun. Like I said before: a love square.