Storyline:Korea in the 1930s, during the occupation by the Japanese invaders: Young Sookee (Kim Tae-Ri) is a cunning pickpocket employed by the wealthy Japanese heiress Hideko (Kim Min-Hee) as a maid. Sookee moves to the remote estate where Hideko lives in complete seclusion with her uncle Kouzuki (Jin-Woong Cho). What Hideko does not know, however, is that Sookee's serving as a servant is part of a perfidious plan she conjured up with a marriage swindler (Jung-Woo Ha) posing as Count Fujiwara. The fake count and the maid plan to relieve the young heiress of her entire fortune. And at first everything runs like clockwork - until quite unexpected Sookee and Hideko develop real feelings for each other ... Adaptation of the detective novel "As long as you lie" (original title: "Fingersmith") by Sarah Waters.