kdrama

the greatest love

originally written in May 2011

Title: The Greatest Love / 최고의 사랑 / Choegoui Sarang / Best Love

Genre: Romance, comedy

Episodes: 16

Synopsis: Ae Jung is a female band member who is already over the hill. When she enters a variety show to pretend marriage with the top star Jin, she gets entangled in a love triangle along with her ex-bandmate Kang Se Ri. Yoon Pil Joo is a doctor of oriental medicine who has no interest in the entertainment industry but meets Ae Jung by chance and falls for her.
Stars: Gong Hyo Jin, Cha Seung Won
Broadcast period: May 4, 2011 to TBA
Airtime: Wed and Thurs 21:55
I always watch anything by the Hong Sisters. While I don’t like Gong Hyo Jin, she’s not that pretty but she’s a great actress. Cha Seung Won made a big place in my heart after watching City Hall so i will watch this!
Review: Again, this show started really well, filled with the funny zany comedy that can only come from the Hong Sisters. Unfortunately, it suffers from a lack of story development. Cha Seung Won as Dokgo Jin is so crazy! I can’t believe a top A-list actor would really act like that. And it’s also quite hard to believe that he’s so awkward and clueless about love and relationships. Gong Hyo Jin – i dont really like her but she’s a good actress but she’s no match against SeungWon or maybe her character is just too bland? And i can’t believe she doesn’t melt when Cha Seung Won kisses her!! Seriously he is one of the best kissers in Kdrama land.
(credits to the uploader)
someone also put together Dokgo Jin’s craziest moments:
(credits to the uploader)
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