n.— «“Candyrella,” a new term coined by TV critics and journalists late last year, describes the heroines that combine the characters of Candy and Cinderella. Candy is representative of a girl with an ever-optimistic spirit despite encountering difficulties, originating from the name of a Japanese animation heroine, while Cinderella refers to ordinary women who succeed in changing their destiny by marrying rich men.» —“‘Candyrellas’ Return to TV” by Park Chung-a Korea Times (South Korea) June 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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