Title: 내 연애의 모든 것 / All About My Romance
Chinese Title: 我戀愛的一切
Also known as: All About My Date / Everything About My Relationship
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2013-Apr-04 to 2013-May-29
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55


Can two politicians, one conservative and the other liberal, find a middle ground for romance?

Kim Soo Young (Shin Ha Kyun) is a newly elected member of the Korean National Assembly from the conservative New Korea Party. He entered politics after refusing to bow to pressure from his superiors as a sitting judge. When he arrives in parliament, Soo Young finds that he keeps running into and clashing with Noh Min Young (Lee Min Jung), another freshman assembly member from the liberal Progressive Labor Party who entered politics after the death of her sister (her sister was a presidential candidate). When Soo Young and Min Jung’s fiery exchanges at work turns to romance in their private lives, they must try to hide their relationship from their colleagues, the press and the public.

Meanwhile, Joon Ha (Park Hee Soon) is a prosecutor who becomes Noh Min Young’s aide when she’s newly elected to her parliamentary post. Ahn Hee Sun (Han Chae Ah) will be playing a reporter.


Main Cast

Shin Ha Kyun as Kim Soo Young
Lee Min Jung as Noh Min Young
Park Hee Soon as Song Joon Ha
Han Chae Ah as Ahn Hee Sun

Great Korea Party

Jin Tae Hyun as Kim Sang Soo
Chun Ho Jin as Go Dae Ryong
Jang Kwang as Maeng Joo Ho
Gong Hyung Jin as Moon Bong Shik
Son Duk Ki as Park Boo San

Green and Justice Party

Min Ji Ah as Jung Yoon Hee
Kim Jung Nan as Go Dong Sook
Huh Jung Min as Seo Yoon Ki

Other People

Jun Min Seo as Song Bo Ri
Kim Hye Ok as Na Young Sook
Shin Young Jin (신영진) as Noh Min Hwa
Ahn Nae Sang as Song Gyo Soo (cameo)
Shin So Yool as female student (cameo)
Park Eun Kyung (박은경) as radio DJ (cameo)
Choi Ha Ho

Production Credits

Chief Producer: Kim Young Sub
Producers: Shin Bong Chul, Lee Hee Soo
Director: Son Jung Hyun
Screenwriter: Kwon Ki Young

Episode Ratings

    Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
2013-04-04 1 6.0 6.9 7.4 (19th) 8.3 (15th)
2013-04-10 2 5.4 7.0 5.5 5.9
2013-04-11 3 5.5 (<7.7) 5.0 5.4
2013-04-17 4 5.0 (<7.1) 5.6 5.9
2013-04-18 5 5.4 (<8.3) 5.5 5.8
2013-04-24 6 4.7 5.1 4.7 4.9
2013-04-25 7 5.7 6.0 5.4 5.6
2013-05-01 8 4.9 (<7.5) 4.9 5.0
2013-05-02 9 5.7 (<7.4) 5.7 5.5
2013-05-08 10 4.5 5.6 4.9 4.8
2013-05-09 11 5.2 5.5 5.6 5.4
2013-05-15 12 4.4 5.2 4.4 4.3
2013-05-16 13 4.1 5.1 5.2 5.0
2013-05-22 14 4.0 (<7.5) 4.2 4.0
2013-05-23 15 4.4 (<7.1) 4.8 4.5
2013-05-29 16 3.9 (<8.0) 4.0 3.8

Sources: TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielsen Korea

*** Different between TNmS Media Korea & AGB Nielson – Here


Han Hye Jin was previously cast in this drama, but dropped out due to the scheduling conflicts and also differences in opinions with the production staff according to her management company.

– This drama is based on Novel ‘All About My Romance’ by Lee Eung Joon.


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Official Site

Trailer I & Trailer II & Trailer III

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202 Responses to “All About My Romance”

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  1. 201
    Adeul Says:

    I didn’t get past the opening of this drama. It was the most awful opening I had ever encountered in a kdrama, mainly because the writer had made it a discourse that occurs usually in a classroom and never during a political meet.

    Where the politicians compete to gain public votes, it is all about what the politician can do for the voters, hardly ever about abstract or philosophical things.

  2. 202
    Adi Says:

    Excellent ……very nice drama the main actor is adorable in the middle of drama you’re going to loveee him and the main actress is adorable you must see this drama

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