Wang Seong-ki is a male obstetrician/gynecologist and Gil Sin-seol is a female urologist. Handsome Seong-ki is loved by all his female patients, but he secretly struggles with impotence after he fails to deliver a baby via Caesarean section. Meanwhile, the equally attractive Sin-seol is an expert on men's bodies, but is actually a virgin with an abysmal dating history. When Seong-ki opens his clinic on the same floor in the same building as Sin-seol's clinic, the two romantically-challenged doctors begin to constantly bump into each other and bicker.
Oh Ji-ho as Wang Seong-ki
Kang Ye-won as Gil Sin-seol
Ha Joo-hee as Maeng In-young
Kim Min-kyo as Photographer
Hong Seok-cheon as Psychiatrist
Kim Chang-ryul as Man on blind date
Oh Min-suk as Owner of foreign car
Hong Yi-joo as Ahn Gong-joo
Lee Hyo-jung as Sin-seol's father
Hong Yeo-jin as Sin-seol's mother
Han Seong-sik as Kim Young-chul
Love Clinic was released on May 7, 2015 and opened in fourth place at the South Korean box office. By its third week, it has grossed ₩1.65 billion (US$1.52 million) from 204,000 admissions.