A Review of "The Greatest Love" 2011/12/24, Source, Kong Hyo-jin Continues To AmazeNOTE: The following review contains spoilers. I've tried to limit them to those that are the least revealing, but they may still prove upsetting to some readers. You have been warned. My Korean drama obsession continues to grow, with good reason. My latest online joy is "The Greatest Love". At first, I wasn't sure I was going to like this drama. Between the ludicrous vanity of Dokko Jin and the amateurish, cheesy sound and visual effects used in the humor elements, I was initially put off and fully ready to write a scathing review expressing my disappointment. Once I got past these too-broad strokes, however, I found the characters themselves seem well-formed and memorable and the script to be a work of surprising depth and meaning,...More
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