Loving, Never Forgetting (2014)

-Female lead gets pregnant
- Secretly born child
-Male lead doesn't remember the female lead
-Story arise when they met again and fall in love
Recommended by xuxu
both have some nice chemistry between the leads and you really want to root for them to get together in spite of what everyone else thinks.

The little boy is also cute (although much cuter and more adorable in A Thousand Kisses).

Secondary characters are multidimensional and get solid development relevant to the plot(s).
Recommended by MJ
both have an unexpected pregnancy between strangers and the surprising aftermath of discovering a new meaning of what family can be.

LNF turns up the angst and WL turns up the laughs.

Both are charming and good for a weekend drama marathon.
Recommended by MJ
Basically the same plot : rich guy/poor girl. The main character in this both dramas is a single mother trying to do anything for his child.
Recommended by c-dramaandco
Discovering love takes work. Great chemistry. PoH has more interesting dynamics between the leads because they don't seem like your stereotypical drama leads but more like the typical stereotype of a second leads. but this time you get to see why they think the way they do and why they act the way they do. LNF has all the drama clichés you could hope for yet you still get excited for what comes next.
Recommended by MJ
Although LNF follows the story of two adults loving after having a child, OMGB follows the story of the child and has similarities with both parents wanting custody. Both gave me similar vibes though, even if OMGB is much less romantic and much more slice-of-life melodrama-y (child had childhood alzheimers).
Recommended by SaudiAraybia
Messed up male lead and his messed up family

Submissive female lead who gets pregnant and is misunderstood a lot throughout the drama

A few other people around them to make up jealous stuff to waste more time of viewers

They meet after few years of separation due to their kid and then understand each other and the rest of the usual romance drama stuff happens
Recommended by 3ngin33r
In both series the men find out after a few years that they have a child, the family doesn't like the mother and try to steal the baby. Both show the parents having other partners, both take a feminist path.
Recommended by claudya87
Main leads have met before, male lead does something nice/significant but only the female lead remembers/knows.

So I don't give away any spoilers I'll be as vague as possible:

The feuding male characters are similar in both dramas.

Male lead has a hot temper, is controlling and he has a jealousy issue.

There are probably more but I'll leave them alone =)
Recommended by Wolfie689
(Re-post from the original version of this drama's page)

Main leads have met before, male lead does something nice/significant but only the female lead remembers/knows.

So I don't give away any spoilers I'll be as vague as possible:

The feuding male characters are similar in both dramas.

Male lead has a hot temper, is controlling and he has a jealousy issue.

There are probably more but I'll leave them alone =)
Recommended by Wolfie689
Loving, Never Forgetting

Alternative Titles

  • Native title:

    戀戀不忘
  • Also Known as:

    恋恋不忘; 无爱承欢; Unforgettable Love

Details

  • Country:

    China
  • Type:

    Drama
  • Episodes:

    34
  • Aired:

    Jun 23, 2014 to Jul 4, 2014
  • Aired On:

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Network:

    BTV
  • Duration:

    45 min.

Statistics

  • Score:

    7.9 (scored by 980 users)
  • Ranked:

    #861
  • Popularity:

    #76