When she's not making ends meet, Choi Choon Hee hones her skills in trot music, an old-fashioned, but heartfelt genre. Her luck turns when she when she pairs up with Jang Joon Hyun, an arrogant songwriter who excels in pop hits, as well as Jo Geun Woo, a shrewd talent CEO. Choon Hee's star burns hot, but between work and love, can she overcome the haters and trot her way into success?
When Choon Hee and Joon Hyun first meet they immediately don't get along and things only get worse from there.
In order to save his career Joon Hyun must help Choon Hee start her career, as a singer.
It turns out that of all the people banking on Choon Hee's success, Joon Hyun is the least trustworthy of them all.
Working with Joon Hyun and becoming a singer seems to be Choon Hee's only chance to pay off her fathers debts.
The next big step for Choon Hee's singing career has her competing against the best young singer at Shine Star, Park Soo In.
Choon Hee might be working a bit to hard but it's official, she is now a real singer.
When it comes down to a decision about her family, Choon Hee has no choice but to risk her reputation.
With Choon Hee's star rising jealousy from those within Shine Star may prove to be an issue.
Joon Hyun agrees to become Park Soo In's producer, further pushing Choon Hee away.
Choon Hee becomes the target of a political scandal.
Things were looking good for Joon Hyun and Choon Hee's relationship but an accident changes everything.
Joon Hyun hasn't recovered his memory yet but he knows that something about his current life is not right.
Park Soo In and her mom continue to try and sweep what she did under the rug but a bump on the head may ruin their plans.
Joon Hee must pretend to have not regained his memory to protect Choon Hee.
It's finally time for the truth about Joon Hyun's accident to come out.