The Greatest Love

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The Greatest Love

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  • Title: 최고의 사랑 / Choegoui Sarang
  • Also known as: Best Love, The Greatest Love
  • Previously known as: 애정의 발견 / The Discovery of Affection
  • Genre: Romance, comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Broadcast network: MBC
  • Broadcast period: 2011-May-04 to 2011-Jun-23
  • Air time: Wednesday and Thursday 21:55
  • Original Soundtrack: The Greatest Love OST

Synopsis

Ae Jung was once the most popular member of girl band The National Treasure Girls. However 10 years ago the band broke up and she received most of the blame. Despite her warm personality her career has suffered ever since and she now spends her time fighting for air time on variety shows. Dokko Jin is a top movie star at the height of his career. The two meet and become involved in each other's careers. Yoon Pil Joo is a doctor of oriental medicine who has no interest in the entertainment industry but agrees to make a dating show. Dokko Jin helps get Ae Jung a role on a new reality show called Couple Making. Pil Joo is the bachelor being set up on Couple Making. Both men fall for Ae Jung both off and on the screen.

Cast

Correlation Chart

Extended Cast

Cameos

Production Credits

Recognitions

2012 48th Paeksang Arts Awards
2011 38th Korea Broadcasting Prizes
2011 4th Korea Drama Awards
  • Best OST: "Don't Forget Me" (The Greatest Love OST) by Huh Gak
2011 Grimae Awards
2011 3rd Melon Music Awards
  • Music Style Best OST Song: "Pit-a-Pat" (The Greatest Love OST) by Sunny Hill
2011 MBC Drama Awards

Episode Ratings

see The Greatest Love/Episode Ratings

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