"Princess Hours"'is released every Wednesday to Thursday on Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Television at the early of February, 2008. The Drama renamed Kromop Lilek Kalok toumol which means sassy girl and quiet boy and was dubbed in Khmer. This drama received an extremely positive response from Khmer viewers after another two South Korean dramas Full House and My Girl which both strongly viewed in Cambodia.
"Princess Hours" was shown every Saturday on Canadian television from 9 December 2007 onwards. The show was broadcast by Talent television and was dubbed in Mandarin.
Princess Hour is also airing in Indonesia on 2006. It's airing in Indosiar. The film was known as one of the most favourite Asian dramas on Indonesia.
"Princess Hours" premiered in Malaysia in February 2007. It was broadcast on 8tv in the 8.30–9.30PM slot during weekdays and was dubbed in Mandarin with subtitles in Malay.
Aired on Philippine television in ABS-CBN Broadcasting Company somewhere in late 2006/ early of 2007. It was aired every weekdays. It was shown again on May 6, 2010, with the same title, Princess Hours --aired Thursdays at 8:00 pm on Animax Asia in the Philippines and Malaysia.
Princess Hours (宫－野蛮王妃) premiered on Singapore MediaCorp TV's Channel U on October 9, 2006, with each episode airing every weekday from 6PM to 7PM. The series was stretched out into 32 episodes.
Princess Hours (เจ้าหญิงวุ่นวายกับเจ้าชายเย็นชา) was on air in Thailand's Channel 7 from October 7 to December 3, 2006 at 9:15–11:00 AM, Saturday and Sunday.
"Princess Hours" is aired since July 28, 2008 on TRT 1. In Turkey the show is named "Düşlerimin Prensi" and is also dubbed.
"Princess Hours was shown every Saturday on a multi-language channel KCNS, a digital television station in San Francisco, California in the United States. It was dubbed in Mandarin with Chinese subtitles and aired at night from 8 pm to 10 pm.