Sassy Girl, (Choon-Hyang) is an interpretation of the Legend of Choon-Hyang. It used to begin with an episode that covers Lee’s ordeal from when he was in Seoul school to another high school in Namwom located at the North Jeolla Province. The Sassy girl, Chun-Hyang tries her best to assist Lee to enter a high-status university. He was assited given that Lee had been her first love and the chief’s son. However, after meeting Lee’s first love, Chae-rin’s, love towards Leegot shattered, although Lee’s love remains firm. One day, the CEO of a prosperous entertainment company appears to Chae-rins and exudes confidence that he can flatter any woman to love him. Lee show less interest in him; thus, his self esteem diminishes although he is very determined to make her love him. The production team associated with this drama says that they had intentions to present a whole new picture of Chun-Hyang in line with the modern times. This is because she had been an attractive female figure who demonstrated courage in choosing her own love in the Chosun times when Confucianism was a prevailing value. The fusion drama style makes other attempts in genre like mixing Panasonic music and rap. Chun-Hyang is the best student in her school while at the same time; she has a poor family background. She is described as being resilient, bright and cheerful. She makes her own money through working in part time jobs; hence, described as an idol for all peers.
The development of the Korean Fork tales to modern versions is observable in the ways it is dramatized. Korean folk tales once comprised of stories depicting a fantastic sequence of events. Most fairy tales included creatures from folklore like witches, dragons, and goblins. They took place in a certain format like the “once upon a time” (Haase 86); however, it applied none or limited real people, events or places. Orally told fairy tales were told with much laconic and extremely spare style. When motives are provided in the tale, they were very simple and short. The sassy girl drama progresses in a series of episodes. It is observed that it is not a historical episode at all. It is clearly notable that it is based on the modern world. Although the producers seem to have used a historical sequence as a lead to a modern teen drama, it is also notable that they had intentions to emphasize the cultural importance of the character. Chun-Hyang is featured as an old legend adapted to the modern settings to influence young fans and make her the generation’s legend despite the fidelity of the drama to its original tale’s purpose and plot (Haase 56). Fairy tale is used in modern day to depict an idealized ending or romance. However numerous classic fairy tales are darker than the realization of many people. Fairy tales are found in different culture of the whole world with many of them having broad variants. However, very few of them are broadly known in the modern culture. Subsequently, fairy tales were originally written for all ages, but for a long time, they had been presented as children stories. Fairy tales have been advanced and adopted into movie musicals. This has been a significant attempt to making them light hearted.These tales have a dominant similarity in with the modern and old styles. They play similar roles in entertainment and the provision of knowledge to viewers. They are also narrated in a series of events which aim at a certain outcome. There is much use of symbolism in both old