My Dearest

My Dearest (2023)

My dearest whom I miss and love very much

  • Genre: Drama, Mystery
  • First Air Date: 2023-08-04
  • Last Air Date: 2023-11-18
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 21
  • Status: Ended
  • Production Company: MBC
  • Production Country: South Korea
  • Networks: MBC
  • Director: Kim Sung-yong
star 7.9/10
From 27 Ratings


A love-story between a noblewoman and a mysterious man who shows up in her hometown set in the 1600s during the Qing invasion.

  • Keywords: love triangle, romance, historical drama, forced marriage, joseon dynasty, chinese invasion of korea, ambitious girl, sageuk, love in war, cold male lead, family traditions, foolish man, charming female lead
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    My Dearest Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2023-08-04
    21 Episodes

    My Dearest Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 1 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 2 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 3 min
    Season 1Episode 4Episode 4 min
    Season 1Episode 5Episode 5 min
    Season 1Episode 6Episode 6 min
    Season 1Episode 7Episode 7 min
    Season 1Episode 8There's Only One Thing I Want. Your Heart. min
    Season 1Episode 9Episode 9 min
    Season 1Episode 10Episode 10 min
    Season 2Episode 11Episode 11 min
    Season 2Episode 12Episode 12 min
    Season 2Episode 13Episode 13 min
    Season 2Episode 14Episode 14 min
    Season 2Episode 15Episode 15 min
    Season 2Episode 16Episode 16 min
    Season 2Episode 17Episode 17 min
    Season 2Episode 18Episode 18 min
    Season 2Episode 19Episode 19 min
    Season 2Episode 20Episode 20 min
    Season 2Episode 21Episode 21 min
    • Namkoong Min

      as Lee Jang-hyun
    • Ahn Eun-jin

      as Yoo Gil-chae
    • Lee Hak-ju

      as Nam Yeon-jun
    • Lee Da-in

      as Kyung Eun-ae
    • Kim Yoon-woo

      as Ryang Eum
    • Ji Seung-hyun

      as Goo Won-moo
    • Park Jeong-yeon

      as Jong Jong-yi
    • Kwon So-hyun

      as Bang Doo-ne
    • Park Kang-seop

      as Goo-jam
    • Choi Moo-seong

      as Yang-cheon
    • Kim Jong-tae

      as King Injo
    • Kim Moo-joon

      as Crown Prince Sohyeon
    • Jeon Hye-won

      as Crown Princess Kang
    • Yang Hyun-min

      as Pyo Eon-kyeom
    • Kim Tae-hun

      as Choi Myeong-gil
    • Choi Jong-hwan

      as Kim Sang-heon
    • Hah Kyoung

      as Shin Yi-rip
    • Choi Young-woo

      as Ingguldai
    • Kim Jun-won

      as Hong Taiji
    • Kang Gil-woo

      as Jung Myung-soo
    • Oh Man-seok

      as Yoo Gyo-yeon
    • Cho Seung-yeon

      as Kyeong Geun-jik
    • Park Jong-wook

      as Gong Soon-yak
    • Park Eun-woo

      as Yoo Young-chae
    • Jung Han-yong

      as Song-chu
    • Nam Kee-ae

      as Yi-rang
    • Park Jin-woo

      as Park-dae
    • Jin Geon-woo

      as Dae-oh
    • Kim Ga-hee

      as Yoo-hwa
    • Kim Eun-soo

      as Joon-jeol
    • Ha Gyu-rim

      as Im-choon
    • Nam Tae-hun

      as Tae-seong
    • Choi Su-geon

      as Jeong-yeon
    • Lee Chung-ah

      as Gak Hwa
    Directing Kim Sung-yong Director
    Writing Hwang Jin-young Writer
    Camera Kim Hwa-yeong Director of Photography
    Art Choi Hyun-woo Art Direction
    Directing Lee Han-jun Co-Director
    Directing Cheon Su-jin Co-Director
    Costume & Make-Up Lee Jin-hee Costume Design
    Sound Kim Soo-han Music