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'''''The Greatest Love''''' ({{ko-hhrm|최고의 사랑||Choego-ui Sarang}}; also known as '''''Best Love''''') is a 2011 [[South Korean]] [[romantic comedy]] television series about true love in the fake world of entertainment. Starring [[Cha Seung-won]], [[Gong Hyo-jin]], [[Yoon Kye-sang]] and [[Yoo In-na]], it aired on [[Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|MBC]] from May 4 to June 23, 2011 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hong|first=Lucia|title=Actress Kong Hyo-jin cast for upcoming MBC TV series|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/6575|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=30 March 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Hwang|first=Hyo-jin|title=PREVIEW: MBC TV series ''The Greatest Love''|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7030|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=29 April 2011}}</ref>
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'''''The Greatest Love''''' ({{ko-hhrm|최고의 사랑||Choego-ui Sarang}}; also known as '''''Best Love''''') is a 2011 [[South Korean]] [[romantic comedy]] television series about true love in the fake world of entertainment. Starring [[Cha Seung-won]], [[Gong Hyo-jin]], [[Yoon Kye-sang]] and [[Yoo In-na]], it aired on [[Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|MBC]] from May 4 to June 23, 2011 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hong|first=Lucia|title=Actress Kong Hyo-jin cast for upcoming MBC TV series|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011032509590455964|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=30 March 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Hwang|first=Hyo-jin|title=PREVIEW: MBC TV series ''The Greatest Love''|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011042915045910241|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=29 April 2011}}</ref>
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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==Production==
 
==Production==
The series was written by Hong Jung-eun and Hong Mi-ran, known collectively as the "[[Hong Sisters]]",<ref>{{cite news|last=Choi|first=Ji-eun|date=23 June 2011|url=http://www.tenasia.co.kr/archives/8514|title=홍자매 "<최고의 사랑>은 땅에 붙인 이야기로 시작하고 싶었다"|trans_title=Interview with the Hong Sisters|work=10Asia|language=Korean|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=홍자매 단독인터뷰: ① "'최고사'는 '개콘'같은 드라마"|url=http://sports.chosun.com/news/ntype.htm?id=201106240100210880017345&servicedate=20110623|work=Sports Chosun|language=Korean|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=23 June 2011}}</ref> who also wrote other [[Korean drama]]s such as ''[[Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang]]'' (2005), ''[[My Girl (2005 TV series)|My Girl]]'' (2005), ''[[Couple or Trouble]]'' (2006), ''[[Hong Gil-dong (TV series)|Hong Gil-dong]]'' (2008), ''[[You're Beautiful (TV series)|You’re Beautiful]]'' (2009) and ''[[My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox|My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho]]'' (2010). According to director Park Hong-kyun (who previously helmed ''[[Queen Seondeok (TV series)|Queen Seondeok]]''), the Hong sisters' adeptness at character comedy is how ''The Greatest Love'' hoped to differentiate itself from other trendy dramas airing on Korean television in Spring 2011.
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The series was written by Hong Jung-eun and Hong Mi-ran, known collectively as the "[[Hong Sisters]]",<ref>{{cite news|last=Choi|first=Ji-eun|date=23 June 2011|url=http://tenasia.hankyung.com/archives/8514|title=홍자매 "<최고의 사랑>은 땅에 붙인 이야기로 시작하고 싶었다"|trans_title=Interview with the Hong Sisters|work=10Asia|language=Korean|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=홍자매 단독인터뷰: ① "'최고사'는 '개콘'같은 드라마"|url=http://sports.chosun.com/news/ntype.htm?id=201106240100210880017345&servicedate=20110623|work=Sports Chosun|language=Korean|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=23 June 2011}}</ref> who also wrote other [[Korean drama]]s such as ''[[Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang]]'' (2005), ''[[My Girl (2005 TV series)|My Girl]]'' (2005), ''[[Couple or Trouble]]'' (2006), ''[[Hong Gil-dong (TV series)|Hong Gil-dong]]'' (2008), ''[[You're Beautiful (TV series)|You’re Beautiful]]'' (2009) and ''[[My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox|My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho]]'' (2010). According to director Park Hong-kyun (who previously helmed ''[[Queen Seondeok (TV series)|Queen Seondeok]]''), the Hong sisters' adeptness at character comedy is how ''The Greatest Love'' hoped to differentiate itself from other trendy dramas airing on Korean television in Spring 2011.
   
Though the drama draws from gossip people hear about celebrities, [[Cha Seung-won]] said during the drama's press conference that he also wanted to show a bright, healthy side of the entertainment scene in Korea. He admitted that entertainers do hide behind their image due to their job. "However, this drama will show they are just genuine people off-camera," Cha said. [[Yoon Kye-sang]] added that, "The script is very realistic, giving a fun sneak peek into what is going on behind the scenes."<ref name=koreatimes/><ref>{{cite web|title=Today's Photo: April 29, 2011|url=http://english.chosun.com/svc/view.html?contid=2011042900415|work=[[The Chosun Ilbo]]|accessdate=2012-11-27|date=29 April 2011}}</ref> Cha has described his comedic acting as technical while his co-star [[Gong Hyo-jin]]'s is more naturalistic and reactive. They believe they struck a good balance between their two acting styles, which benefited the drama greatly.<ref>{{cite news|last=Lee|first=Ji-hye|date=27 June 2011|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7677|title=Interview: Actor Cha Seung-won|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Beck|first=Una|date=8 July 2011|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7815|title=Interview: Actress Kong Hyo-jin - Part 1|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Lee|first=Ji-hye|title=Crashing into wedding shop scene of MBC ''The Greatest Love''|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7668|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=25 June 2011}}</ref>
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Though the drama draws from gossip people hear about celebrities, [[Cha Seung-won]] said during the drama's press conference that he also wanted to show a bright, healthy side of the entertainment scene in Korea. He admitted that entertainers do hide behind their image due to their job. "However, this drama will show they are just genuine people off-camera," Cha said. [[Yoon Kye-sang]] added that, "The script is very realistic, giving a fun sneak peek into what is going on behind the scenes."<ref name=koreatimes/><ref>{{cite web|title=Today's Photo: April 29, 2011|url=http://english.chosun.com/svc/view.html?contid=2011042900415|work=[[The Chosun Ilbo]]|accessdate=2012-11-27|date=29 April 2011}}</ref> Cha has described his comedic acting as technical while his co-star [[Gong Hyo-jin]]'s is more naturalistic and reactive. They believe they struck a good balance between their two acting styles, which benefited the drama greatly.<ref>{{cite news|last=Lee|first=Ji-hye|date=27 June 2011|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011062711172155537|title=Interview: Actor Cha Seung-won|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Beck|first=Una|date=8 July 2011|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011070818152796765|title=Interview: Actress Kong Hyo-jin - Part 1|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=Lee|first=Ji-hye|title=Crashing into wedding shop scene of MBC ''The Greatest Love''|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011062417463436146|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24|date=25 June 2011}}</ref>
   
 
===Filming===
 
===Filming===
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# " 리얼러브송" (Real Love Song) – [[K.Will]]
 
# " 리얼러브송" (Real Love Song) – [[K.Will]]
 
# "내 사람이라서" (Because You're My Man) – [[G.NA]]
 
# "내 사람이라서" (Because You're My Man) – [[G.NA]]
# "두근두근" (Pit-a-Pat<ref>also translated as "Thump Thump"</ref> - original version) – [[Sunny Hill]]<ref>{{cite web|last=Hwang|first=Hyo-jin|title=Interview with SunnyHill - Part 2|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7925|work=10Asia|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=20 July 2011}}</ref>
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# "두근두근" (Pit-a-Pat<ref>also translated as "Thump Thump"</ref> - original version) – [[Sunny Hill]]<ref>{{cite web|last=Hwang|first=Hyo-jin|title=Interview with SunnyHill - Part 2|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011072021583973889|work=10Asia|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=20 July 2011}}</ref>
 
# "내 손을 잡아" (Hold My Hand) – [[IU (singer)|IU]]
 
# "내 손을 잡아" (Hold My Hand) – [[IU (singer)|IU]]
 
# "나를 잊지 말아요" (Don't Forget Me) – [[Huh Gak]]
 
# "나를 잊지 말아요" (Don't Forget Me) – [[Huh Gak]]
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==Ratings==
 
==Ratings==
''The Greatest Love'' posted an average viewership rating of 16.6 percent on Total National Multimedia Statistics' (TNmS) chart and 19.5 percent on AGB Nielsen Media Research's (AGB) poll, with its final episode reaching 21 percent on AGB's survey to surpass the 20 percent mark for the first time. It topped the Wednesdays and Thursdays primetime TV chart for five consecutive weeks.<ref>{{cite news|last=Kim|first=Heidi|date=24 June 2011|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/7654|title=MBC ''The Greatest Love'' exits after 5th straight win on TV chart|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref>
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''The Greatest Love'' posted an average viewership rating of 16.6 percent on Total National Multimedia Statistics' (TNmS) chart and 19.5 percent on AGB Nielsen Media Research's (AGB) poll, with its final episode reaching 21 percent on AGB's survey to surpass the 20 percent mark for the first time. It topped the Wednesdays and Thursdays primetime TV chart for five consecutive weeks.<ref>{{cite news|last=Kim|first=Heidi|date=24 June 2011|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2011062409495922929|title=MBC ''The Greatest Love'' exits after 5th straight win on TV chart|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref>
   
 
{| class=wikitable style="text-align:center"
 
{| class=wikitable style="text-align:center"
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| <center> 24th Grimae Awards<ref>{{cite web|title=Cha Seung-won confident about the ''MBC Grand Award''|url=http://www.hancinema.net/cha-seung-won-confident-about-the-mbc-grand-award-36204.html|work=[[Hancinema]]|accessdate=2014-02-04|date=11 December 2011}}</ref> || Best Actor || [[Cha Seung-won]] || {{won}}
 
| <center> 24th Grimae Awards<ref>{{cite web|title=Cha Seung-won confident about the ''MBC Grand Award''|url=http://www.hancinema.net/cha-seung-won-confident-about-the-mbc-grand-award-36204.html|work=[[Hancinema]]|accessdate=2014-02-04|date=11 December 2011}}</ref> || Best Actor || [[Cha Seung-won]] || {{won}}
 
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| rowspan=10| <center> [[Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|MBC]] Drama Awards<ref>{{cite news|last=Hong|first=Lucia|date=2 January 2012|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/9564|title=''The Greatest Love'' snags 7 honors at 2011 MBC Drama Awards|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref>
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| rowspan=10| <center> [[Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation|MBC]] Drama Awards<ref>{{cite news|last=Hong|first=Lucia|date=2 January 2012|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012010209563739211|title=''The Greatest Love'' snags 7 honors at 2011 MBC Drama Awards|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref>
 
| Best Couple Award || [[Cha Seung-won]] and [[Gong Hyo-jin]] || {{won}}
 
| Best Couple Award || [[Cha Seung-won]] and [[Gong Hyo-jin]] || {{won}}
 
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| Best Drama || ''The Greatest Love'' || {{won}}
 
| Best Drama || ''The Greatest Love'' || {{won}}
 
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| rowspan=5| 2012 || <center> 8th [[New York Television Festival]]'s International TV & Films Awards<ref>{{cite news|last=Suk|first=Monica|date=23 March 2012|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012032313562292948|title=MBC's ''The Greatest Love'' wins silver at 2012 NY TV Festival|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Suk|first=Monica|title=6 TV series that were inches away from clinching SDA nomination|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/11901|work=10Asia|date=27 August 2012|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref> || Silver Prize, Miniseries category || ''The Greatest Love'' || {{won}}
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| rowspan=5| 2012 || <center> 8th [[New York Television Festival]]'s International TV & Films Awards<ref>{{cite news|last=Suk|first=Monica|date=23 March 2012|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012032313562292948|title=MBC's ''The Greatest Love'' wins silver at 2012 NY TV Festival|work=10Asia|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|last=Suk|first=Monica|title=6 TV series that were inches away from clinching SDA nomination|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012082709570382768|work=10Asia|date=27 August 2012|accessdate=2012-11-24}}</ref> || Silver Prize, Miniseries category || ''The Greatest Love'' || {{won}}
 
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| rowspan=4| <center> 48th [[Baeksang Arts Awards]]<ref>{{cite web|last=Kwon|first=Mee-yoo|title=Kim Soo-hyun wins Paeksang awards|url=http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2012/04/139_109816.html|work=[[The Korea Times]]|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=27 April 2012}}</ref>
 
| rowspan=4| <center> 48th [[Baeksang Arts Awards]]<ref>{{cite web|last=Kwon|first=Mee-yoo|title=Kim Soo-hyun wins Paeksang awards|url=http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2012/04/139_109816.html|work=[[The Korea Times]]|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=27 April 2012}}</ref>
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==International broadcast==
 
==International broadcast==
* {{JPN}} - Aired on [[Fuji TV]] beginning May 22, 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hong|first=Lucia|title=MBC's ''The Greatest Love'' to air in Japan in two weeks|url=http://us.tenasia.co.kr/archives/10786|work=10Asia|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=10 May 2012}}</ref> To promote the drama's simultaneous DVD release, a giant truck displaying an ad for the show roamed the streets of Tokyo. Lead actor [[Cha Seung-won]] also held a fan meeting in Tokyo titled "The Greatest Love for You" on July 28, 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Sunwoo|first=Carla|title=K-drama ''The Greatest Love'' begins airing on Fuji TV in Japan|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2953242|work=[[Korea JoongAng Daily]]|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=23 May 2012}}</ref>
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* {{JPN}} - Aired on [[Fuji TV]] beginning May 22, 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Hong|first=Lucia|title=MBC's ''The Greatest Love'' to air in Japan in two weeks|url=http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012051010072965186|work=10Asia|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=10 May 2012}}</ref> To promote the drama's simultaneous DVD release, a giant truck displaying an ad for the show roamed the streets of Tokyo. Lead actor [[Cha Seung-won]] also held a fan meeting in Tokyo titled "The Greatest Love for You" on July 28, 2012.<ref>{{cite web|last=Sunwoo|first=Carla|title=K-drama ''The Greatest Love'' begins airing on Fuji TV in Japan|url=http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/news/article/Article.aspx?aid=2953242|work=[[Korea JoongAng Daily]]|accessdate=2013-04-28|date=23 May 2012}}</ref>
   
 
* {{PHI}} - Aired on [[GMA Network]] from February 11, 2013 to April 25, 2013.
 
* {{PHI}} - Aired on [[GMA Network]] from February 11, 2013 to April 25, 2013.
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