Current user rating: 94/100 (1186 votes)
- Drama: Wild Romance (International English title) / Aggressive Romance (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Nanpoghan Lomaenseu
- Hangul: 난폭한 로맨스
- Director: Bae Kyung-Soo
- Writer: Park Yeon-Sun
- Network: KBS2
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: January 4, 2012 -- February 23, 2012
- Runtime: Wed. & Thu. 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
"Wild Romance" tells the love story between a baseball player and a female bodyguard who is a former judo athlete.
Sometime early in the morning, Kim Tae-Han (Kang Dong-Ho), the director of communications for professional baseball team the Red Dreamers, visits baseball player Park Moo-Yeol's (Lee Dong-Wook) apartment. Kim Tae-Han shows him a video clip from the internet that has gone viral. The video shows a woman judo throwing Moo-Yeol to the floor. Tae-Han wants to know where the video is from.
Meanwhile, female bodyguard Yoo Eun-Jae (Lee Si-Young) stands in front of her boss Kevin Jang (Lee Han-Wi). Kevin Jang also shows her the same video of Eun-Jae throwing a man to the floor. Kevin Jang demands an explanation.
It all started the previous night, on her father's birthday. Eun-Jae, her father and her younger brother went out to a karaoke bar to celebrate. The same night, baseball player Park Moo-Yeol and a woman were also planning to go the same karaoke bar. After Eun-Jae's father, who was a bit drunk, came out of the bathroom he entered the wrong karaoke room. In that room, Moo-Yeol and a woman were there. Eun-Jae's father apologized and left their room. Then, Eun-Jae's father remembered who the guy is in the other karaoke room. Eun-Jae's entire family are diehard fans of baseball team the Blue Seagulls, arch-rivals of Moo-Yeol's team. the Red Dreamers. During the 7th game of last season's championship series, the Red Dreamers and the Blue Seagulls faced off in the decisive game. During the game Park Moo-Yeol and the ace picther for the Blue Seagulls fought after Park Moo-Yeol threw his bat at the pitcher. Both players were ejected from the game and the Red Dreamers would go on to win the game and the championship title. Eun-Jae's father, now even more drunk, went back to Moo-Yeol's karaoke room. Eun-Jae's father yelled at Moo-Yeol for making the Blue Seagulls lose. Moo-Yeol and Eun-Jae's father stepped out into the hallway and got into a slight physical confrontation. Park Moo-Yeol pushed Yoo Eun-Jae's father and he fell down. Right at that moment, Eun-Jae saw her father on the floor. Eun-Jae became angry and then tossed Park Moo-Yeol to the floor.
After hearing Park Moo-Yeol's explanation, Kim Tae-Han tells Moo-Yeol that he has to find the woman from the video and clear the situation. To avoid the media, Moo-Yeol hides out at the apartment of his teammate and sunbae, Jin Dong-Soo.
After Eun-Jae explains what happened the other night to her boss Kevin Jang, Mr. Jang orders Eun-Jae to go into hiding and not reveal her line of work or it will ruin their business.
Eun-Jae goes back to the karaoke bar to get ride of any records the club has of her from the previous night. In front of the karaoke bar, Eun-Jae sees a man and mistakes him for the owner of the karaoke bar. The man is actually Kim Tae-Han, director of communications for the Red Dreamers. Tae-Han is at the karaoke bar to find the woman from the video. Eun-Jae takes Tae-Han to her boss's office. Kevin Jang and Tae-Han both agree to do whatever it takes to calm the situation down. They agree to hold a press conference and that they will tell reporters that Yoo Eun-Jae is Park Moo-Yeol's bodyguard. The video clip of Moo-Yeol being thrown to the ground was just practice on Eun-Jae's part. They also agree that Eun-Jae will really work as Moo-Yeol's bodyguard to squash any further doubts.
- Takes over the KBS2 Wed. & Thu. 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "Glory Jane" and will be followed by "Just Ordinary Love Story" on February 29, 2012 .
|Lee Dong-Wook||Lee Si-Young||Kang Dong-Ho||Oh Man-Seok||Hwang Sun-Hee|
|Park Moo-Yeol||Yoo Eun-Jae||Kim Tae-Han||Jin Dong-Soo||Oh Soo-Young|
|Lim Ju-Eun||Lee Won-Jong||Lee Han-Wi||Lee Hee-Joon (1979)||Jang Tae-Hoon|
|Kim Dong-Ah||Yoo Young-Gil||Kevin Jang||Ko Jae-Hyo||Yoo Chang-Ho|
|Jessica||Lee Bo-Hee||Hong Jong-Hyeon|
|Kang Jong-Hee||Yang Sun-Hee||Seo Yoon-Yi|
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Source: TNS Media Korea / * NR denotes not ranked within the Top 20 daily shows according to TNS Media Korea.