Drama Five Fingers Information

Five Fingers
  • Drama Title: Five Fingers
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: melodrama, musical, romance
  • Country: Korean
  • Published Date: 2012
  • Total Episodes: 30
  • Summary: 

    In Ha is the son of a talented pianist who dreams of becoming the best pianist and take over the family’s musical instrument business. But when his father brings home an illegitimate son, Ji Ho, also a piano prodigy, and declares that he will be the heir to the family business, In Ha’s world is shattered. Then a fire in their home robs In Ha of a finger, crippling his musical dreams. Only one son can be the best and have it all – the company, the career and the girl. Which will it be?

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