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Great Inheritance

For a 2003 South Korean film, see The Greatest Expectation.
Great Inheritance
Also known as Great Expectations
Kindergarten Love
Genre Romance, Drama, Comedy
Written by Lee Sook-jin
Kim Tae-hee
Directed by Kim Pyung-joong
Starring Kim Jaewon
Han Ji-min
Kim Ji-hoon
Lee Mi-sook
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 17
Producer(s) Kim Jung-gyu
Running time 70 minutes
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Original channel Korean Broadcasting System
Original run May 3, 2007 (2007-05-03) – June 29, 2006 (2006-06-29)
Preceded by Goodbye Solo
Followed by The Invisible Man
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Template:Infobox Chinese/HeaderTemplate:Infobox Chinese/KoreanTemplate:Infobox Chinese/Footer Great Inheritance (Hangul: 위대한 유산; RR: Widaehan Yusan) is a 2006 South Korean television drama starring Kim Jaewon and Han Ji-min. It aired on KBS2 from May 3 to June 29, 2006 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 17 episodes.


Kang Hyun-se is a gangster of the Hanbando Group who inherits the Maru Kindergarten after his estranged mother dies from a heart attack. He intends to sell the kindergarten and comes to terrorize the staff, only to learn that his mother had stipulated that he has to work as kindergarten teacher for 100 days in order to gain legal ownership.

Meanwhile, a development firm called NK plans to buy the kindergarten's property and begin construction on a project named Rainbow Park, an amusement park for children. Rainbow Park is a dream project of one manager named Jung Il-do, who mentors a young graduate from America, manager Choi Shi-wan, who incidentally shares a past with Yoo Mi-rae, a dedicated and naive kindergarten teacher.

The Hanbando Group, headed by gangster boss So Dong-pa, convinces Hyun-se to fulfill his mother's conditions and then turn over the kindergarten to the gang's control once the 100 day period is completed. This would force NK into giving So Dong-pa a seat in its board of directors.

Hyun-se reluctantly endures teaching at the kindergarten, inevitably falling for Mi-rae and the lovable children. He also discovers the identity of his biological father.[1]


  • Kim Jae-won - Kang Hyun-se
  • Han Ji-min - Yoo Mi-rae, teacher
  • Kim Ji-hoon - Choi Shi-wan
  • Lee Mi-sook - Go Ah-ra, kindergarten director
  • Jang Hyun-sung - Jung Man-ho, nutritionist/handyman
  • Byun Hee-bong - Jung Il-do, land developer
  • Son Byung-ho - So Dong-pa, gang boss
  • Jung Tae-woo - Nal-chi, Hyun-se's sidekick
  • Shin Dong-woo - Jin Kyung-ho, student
  • Yoo Yeon-mi - Han Ye-seo, student
  • Jin Ji-hee - Goo Dong-joo, student
  • Kim Min-ki - Hwant Seung-hyun, student
  • Choi Han-wool - Han-wool, teacher
  • Choi In-kyung - Chun-sa, teacher
  • Ha Joo-hee - Jin Yoo-jung, Kyung-ho's mother
  • Park Jae-rom - Ye-seo's mother
  • Kim Jin-soo - Goo Joon-ik, Dong-joo's father/policeman
  • Noh Hyun-hee - Seung-hyun's mother
  • Hwang Suk-kyu - Chun Sang-sik, gang member
  • Park Joo-ah - Ms. Kang, Hyun-se's mother


External links

  • official KBS website (Korean)
  • at HanCinema

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