Drama: The Greatest Wedding (literal & working title)
Revised romanization: Choigoui Gyeolhon
Hangul: 최고의 결혼
Director: Oh Jong-Rok
Writer: Go Yoon-Hee
Release Date: September 27 - November 16, 2014
Runtime: Saturdays & Sundays 20:30
Country: South Korea
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Cha Gi-young is a popular news anchorwoman. She is smart, capable, glamorous, nationally beloved, and ranked at the top of female college students' "women I want to emulate" lists. Ambitious and confrontational, she doesn't take well to being out-shined, particularly when it comes to her workplace rival, the station's other elite news anchor, Jo Eun-cha.
Cool-headed and rational, Jo Eun-cha is a talented and driven anchorman who commands respect. After failing to get elected as an assemblyman, he aims to return to his job as the top news anchor.
Park Tae-yeon is the only son of a leading chaebol group that owns a news corporation. He studied abroad, but goes against his father's hopes of continuing the family business when he dropped out of business school to go to culinary school. After graduation, he becomes a reporter who covers the food and lifestyle beat.
Gi-young is dating Tae-yeon, and neither are interested in the idea of marriage. But when Gi-young accidentally becomes pregnant and Tae-yeon refuses to take responsibility, she decides to have the child out of wedlock and raise it on her own as a single mother. This crucial choice takes her from that coveted spot at the top, and she goes from headlining the 9 o'clock news on her own to being the subject of scorn and scandal.
First script reading took place on July 15, 2014 at Chosun Broadcasting Company in Sejong-ro, Seoul, South Korea.
Park Si-yeon as Cha Gi-young
Bae Soo-bin as Jo Eun-cha
No Min-woo as Park Tae-yeon
Uhm Hyun-kyung as Hyun Myung-yi
Jung Ga-yeon as Na Yeon-hee
Song Young-kyu as Choi Il-joong
Park Hye-jin as Jung Soon-young
Park Ji-il as Seo Hoi-pyung
Kim Jin-ho as Ahn Jong-rak
Kim Seung-hoon as Kim Ho-nam
Jo Eun-ji as Park Seon-nyeo
Jang Ki-yong as Bae De-ro
Lee Jung-gil as Park Kang-rok
Yoon Mi-ra as Jeon Ryeo-ja
Heo Joon-seok as Kim Joon-young
Park Sojin as Lee Yuri