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tvN to remake Japanese drama Hundred Million Stars From the Sky

On the heels of MBC, KBS, and SBS announcing new dramas in their lineup, tvN has also revealed a possible new show in its pipeline: a remake of Japanese drama Hundred Million Stars From the Sky, which originally aired on Fuji TV back in 2002 and starred Kimura Takuya (A Life).

Judging from the title, I was expecting a nice rom-com or melo, but the plot skews more towards mystery-thriller and the romantic element it does have is kind of twisted. In the original, Kimura Takuya played a mysterious sous chef, Ryo, who catches the attention of a detective (Akashiya Sanma of Hatachi no Koibito) when his girlfriend’s apparent suicide turns out to be a murder cover-up. As the detective digs more and more into his suspect, he learns about Ryo’s womanizing, his obsessive girlfriend, and how it might relate to a painful memory in the detective’s past. Things only get more complicated when the detective’s younger sister develops a relationship with Ryo, and the detective tries to save her from the possible murderer’s influence as the evidence and body count rises.

Man, that’s pretty good stuff. I’m always into a good whodunnit story, and this plot sounds like it has quite a few tricks up its sleeve. tvN hasn’t announced any directors or writers attached to the show, let alone any actors, but I’m dearly hoping that they recruit people with experience in thrillers because, in the right hands, this show could turn out amazing. The cable network has a pretty good track record with remakes, including Liar Game, The Good Wife, and The Liar and His Lover, so don’t let me down now tvN!

It’s not a done deal yet and there’s no word on when tvN expects to air the show, but the remake of Hundred Million Stars From the Sky will potentially be broadcast sometime in the latter half of 2017. Word of warning, for those of you beanies who’ve seen the original, no spoilers!! Or I will go all rabid dog on you and bite.

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I've been dying to watch this!

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TVN now only relies on copy/paste. Seems like K-drama land is so short of good scrirptwriters(no imagination or creativity) that half of the content is directly taken from neighbour country.

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Japan has been doing the same thing soo...

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korean remake a lot more than japan and most of it suck. e.g (To the Beautiful You, operation proposal, He who can't marry, Dr. Jin, playful kiss to name a few). There are decent remake like ( Liar Game, The Suspicious Housekeeper and The Queen's Classroom).

Japan also remake korean drama but most of it are a success( Maou, Kitai Zero no Shinnyu Shain, Ikemen Desu Ne). They don't remake a lot.

As both of the country is remaking classic, my heart hope that korean doesn't screw this up as even the recent. "the liar and his lover" is disappointing. It is barely decent for me.

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Oooh this sound so good. Excited. Haven't seen the original, off to check it out.

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Body count rises? So it's like another serial killer stuff ??

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oh wow... being the kimutaku fan that i am, i've seen this jdorama... he's never been so gorgeously dangerous! the story is dark...

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fun thinking about who they will cast as the handsome, dark, sexy, dangerous protagonist...

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It'l be hard to top KimuTaku. He was fantastic on that role!
Highly recommend watching the original before the kdrama comes out.

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Amen to that one - it was one of his most unforgettable roles!

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Kim Jae Wook comes to mind...

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He was my first thought too!! He was excellent in his recent role in Voice. Would love to see him in this new drama.

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BIG SPOILERS DONT READ IF YOU HAVENT SEEN THE JAPANESE VERSION OR IF YOU DONT WANT TO KNOW .....

wow this is a pretty dark theme for a k-drama. I know they have sometimes had shows that have step siblings or 2 people who think they are siblings falling in love, but in this they are actually brother and sister. I guess if someone is going to remake it, it had to be either tvn or jtbc cause there is no way the big 3 could have this type of romance. I'm wondering if they will just take out the romance or maybe change it or just keep it the same.

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As what mentioned above in the synopses of this drama, if they take out the romance, isn't it going to affect the story a great deal ?

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I watched the j-drama on youtube a long time ago, when I was still very new to Asian dramas. I was fascinated by their relationship in the beginning. He was so mysterious only moved by her, and she was so sweet and innocent. But then my hopes were dashed, and this show turned out so twisted and tragic.

However I would be interested to see how a k-drama would reinterpret this show. I can see the production being more slick, and the male lead being more mysterious. But I hope they will make it that she and the male lead are step brother and sister, so that they can have a happy ending. Otherwise I don't think I would want to put myself through the experience of this story again.

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To all, I'm talking on the line of spoilers too, so please don't peek if you don't want to read more into it. To @sweetsour, correct me if I'm wrong, I thought the sous chef played by the more handsome guy lol [forgot his name sorry and I'm kind of in rush], was the male lead and not the other guy? So I read the synopsis of the drama and read that the inspector, who was looking for the murderer, he's the one who's little sister falls for the suspected murderer. So did I get it all wrong then? Cause if what I read stands correct then I don't see what's the problem with the story? If the second lead, [ as I assumed the inspector will be], is in love with his sister, then it's okay right? I don't know may be I misunderstood the story line completely.

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Okay Fay17, I'll explain. I am about to post some major spoilers ahead, so other readers you have been warned.

Kimura Takuya (the more handsome guy and the male lead) is a suspect (if I remember correctly) of the murders that are taking place. The detective (who is the heroine's older brother), is on the male lead's trail, because he is convinced that the male lead is the culprit. The detective is not the heroine's biological brother, he adopted her when she was very little.

The H and h meet, and he is very very cold and closed off, while she is very sweet and friendly. In the beginning I think he starts to toy with her, because he wants to get back at the detective, while she starts to fall in love with him. However somewhere along the way, he starts falling for her. The male lead is also haunted by some flashbacks from his childhood, but the flashbacks are very vague.

When the H and h get intimate, the male lead notices that the heroine has a burn scar on her shoulder like his. What's more intriguing he notices that when he stands behind her to hug her, their burn scars appear as if they complete each other.

All this is happening, while a game of cat and mouse is going on between the male lead and the detective (who doesn't know that his adopted sister is in a relationship with the suspect).

Later on the male lead finds out that the heroine is actually his sister, and the detective had adopted her.

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Thank you for taking the time to do this! Damn I am not into incest stories at all, so I think i will pass. 'Only' if they change this subject matter may be. I don't know what were they thinking at all! Giving me cringe completely.

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Thank you for the spoiler, I'm off to watch now ? I'm in for twisted romance ?

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Wow, that's going awfully dark for a k-drama, if they stick to the original plot (it also has a whole lot more sex than most Korean shows). Kimutaku was great in the original but I'm not sure I'd want to go through this particular story line again.

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I realised that some Jdramas are rather dark. Hmm.

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true that. i used to watch lots of jdramas during my uni days. i liked ueno juri and ryo nishikdo so i still remember being excited to watch 'last friends' when it just came out. but boy was that story dark. it will be interesting if they remake it into a kdrama. it has domestic violence, gender identity disorder and trauma. fuuuu
there are jdramas which are more true to life. from the fashion, location, place of stay, relationships etc2.

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That looks promising, I haven't watched the original one.
I hope that the team and the cast would be great

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wow i just went to read the original's synopsis and it was DARK. i doubt tvn can stick to the original script. got a feeling that many components will be changed and it will be very different.

casting will be really really crucial. the 1st one that came to my mind is definitely kim jae wook, especially after seeing his awesome performance in the recent Voice. although i have been waiting for his 1st leading role in a romcom, i totally dont mind him picking this up before a romcom script lands on him lol!

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Went to read too. So many ppl die and such a sad ending with dark twists. No, I don't want such dark sad endings like this kind.

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i'm okay with dark twists and sad endings, as long as it's reasonable/logical. i love ouroboros, another japanese drama. it starred shun oguri and toma ikuta. but this remake is on a whole new level of darkness..

i'm just really curious bout the casting now..

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Ouroboros is definitely dark and twisty and sad, but great. Ikuta Toma's performance especially. The only thing I didn't like was how criminally underused Ueno Juri was. Border is another dark-but-great jdrama with Oguri Shun.

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i agree that ueno juri was underused. i like that the 2 male leads were on the same path and there wasn't any love triangles. love shun oguri to bits and pieces. my favo j-actor ?

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I would argue Oguri Shun could have been given more to do. Ikuta Toma was serviceable but not outstanding. Ueno Juri was under-used, but her character was such that even if you took Mizuki out, it wouldn't have affected the story too much.

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Border is wonderful. I thought it would be just another procedural paranormal crime drama BUT IT WASN'T. The title 'Border' means so much. And Oguri Shun is rocking in his role. So good.

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I second kim jaewook as the main lead.. :)

It's dark intense image is stuck in my head now; don't think he should go back to rom com land

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Second that!

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I'll third that !!

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kim jae wook, kim jae wook, kim jae wook! ???

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nooooooooooooo i need him in a romcom too!! hahahaha greedy me ?

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Sounds interesting...and reading this reminds me how much I love Kimutaku.

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I am verry curious to see how the k-Drama Version turns out. The j-dorama is intense and very good but addresses Topics which are usually avoided in k-Dramas. As tvn is privatly owned we can only hope...

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The darkness of this rather twisted drama also reminds me of another Jdrama "The Perfect Insider" which is rather twisted and dark in a way too and also another Jmovie "Confessions", which is also a very twisted and dark one. I think Japan is kinda more open to such dark and twisted themes in their drama and movie.

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After watching these shows, my friends and myself was thinking "wow, either the leads or all the characters in the show are twisted in a way!!" As compared to violent and psychotic kdrama e.g. Voice, the latter is like nothing, really....

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There's also Subete ga F ni naru (not sure what the english title is because I remember they change the original title when translating it to english) and N no tame ni (testimony of N). It's all dark psychological drama. You should watch them, it's so good

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Yes! And they're based on works by the same author as Solomon's perjury so if you liked the plot of that drama/movie I highly recommend checking out the rest of those dramas!

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They should remake PRIDE, my absolute fav Kimutaku drama!! (I was born to love youuuuuu.......)

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OMG. PRIDE. Maybe? Must be. :) Kimura Takuya is so freaking hot in that role that I WAS IMMEDIATELY ATTRACTED TO HIM AND SCREENSHOT HIM AND SENT TO MY FRIENDS. Gosh. He looks so so so so so so good. The use of Queens' songs was awesome as well because I felt so hyped every single time.

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I loved this j-drama so much that I had to register to make this comment, lol. It's my favourite Kimutaku drama. But more than Kimutaku, my favourite part of the original was the female lead Eri Fukatsu. She had this mix of cuteness, nervousness, and mystery that I think really helped the story, which was indeed very dark. I've read reviews comparing it to Greek tragedies, which touch upon themes of morality and prophecy. It would be a shame if the story gets changed for a "happier" note, because that would be really missing the point of the original.

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ooh.. someone recommended it on open thread ages ago.. and that's when i watched it..

if they koreanize it.. well.. it would be awesome (you know minus the unique japanese style of acting and comedy .. and women acting like 4 yr oldS)

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Can they also remake We Married as a Job? I loooove that jdorama!!!

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I feel like they would ruin it!! We Married as a Job was great because of the simplicity and just relatable nature. If they remake it, the female lead would be so over the top (think Introverted Boss) and it would lose what made the show amazing. Plus the ending song/dance was amazinggg

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Omg now the song is stuck in my head *starts doing the dance*

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the leads were so awkwardly cute in the drama! love it ?

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It depends on who makes it, I think. There have been a lot of good slice of life dramas with relatable female leads in the last few years, especially from tvN (Let's Eat 1, Drinking Solo, Flower Boy Next Door…). We Married as a
Job is a lot closer to the typical k-drama romance than most j-dramas; I think it could translate well, given the right team behind it. Plus while the relationship is very relatable, the female lead is pretty unusual and quirky. The whole marriage contract/housewife as employee premise and the female lead's decision-making within their arrangement seems perfect for a k-drama rendering. As long as they don't rewrite the character into a Hwang Jung Eum type drama queen, it could be really fun. I wouldn't mind seeing a Korean spin on the ending dance and song either :p

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Agreed. I loved that drama so much! I nominate Yoo Jae Suk as the male lead to stay true to the original lol jk

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This would be so great on OCN but nevertheless I'm intrigued

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oh dear! If this is the J-drama I'm thinking of.... it's seriously dark. I'm hoping --fingers and toes crossed-- that it's not. But how many dramas are there out there with "a million stars" in the title?

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yes the same one.. super dark with its twist

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But it's good, Carole. You know JDrama and JCinema never work halfway. Either it's romance, comedy, suspense or anything. They go deep and all the way...

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Ohhhh...... I'm simultaniously happy and scared, since it's one of my favorite dramas. Even if they change stuff to make it less icky, I hope they keep it dark and twisty, because that was the main appeal for me. Now for the cast, I second Kim Jae Wook!

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Another remake???? No. No. No. And it's not dark, I'm not sure why people say it is. There are darker Japanese dramas out there.

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It's definitely one of the darker ones, especially with the relationships. It's quite tense.

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With all due respect, this is not dark, although it's one of the better dramas of the early 2000s. I've seen it, I wrote a review on it, and I'm fairly used to dark and perverse in Japanese cinema. Sora Kara is almost par for the course if Japan wants to venture beyond fluff. I saw the twist early on in the drama, and it was nothing shocking - to the extent that I wish they'd dealt with it earlier. The drama does attempt to ask questions of nature vs nurture, and for that I give it props. The leads' chemistry was excellent and worth a watch, and this is one of Kimura's better roles (he hasn't had many). But as for dark, heavy and twisty, this is on the average side.

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Wow, honestly this is the first bit of upcoming-drama news that I've been excited about in the longest time... I love love love the original, and have watched it maybe 3-4 times. Yes, it was twisted and dark, but there were also strong glimmers of hope and possibility throughout the drama. I loved the detective role, too, in addition to the two main leads (i.e., KimTaku and Eri Fukatsu).

As always, I have mixed feelings about remakes; how good tvn's version turns out will really depend on who gets cast...among other things. But this news excites me so much, I'm kinda really hoping they go through with this and remake it.

Eri Fukatsu delivered a quirky yet vulnerable performance. Many Korean actresses could pull that off, but I hope they don't cast someone too cute and pretty. It would be interesting to see someone unexpected, like Seo Hyun-Jin, in this... Or, maybe UEE (who is very pretty, and tall).

For the male lead, they need to cast someone whom many many girls/women would fall for--i.e., someone dripping with charisma and oozing with mystery. And...no one comes to mind!! haha..

A'way, I've had my say. Consider me in!

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uee sounds good! we shall explore more choices like real casting directors hahahahahaha

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I can only find a resemblance between Won Bin and Kimura Takuya but to ask Won Bin to act in a drama is almost impossible...

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While Pride is my favorite Kimura Tayuka drama, HMSFTS is pretty darn good. I've seen it a few times and it is super dark. I just can't imagine it has a kdrama. But I'd be interested in seeing what they would do and how they would change it to suit the korean audience. I don't know, it could be a good remake. They certainly have the acting talent to pull like this off.

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I remember that i dropped this drama because i though it was too dark for me at the time since i was into more comedy dramas. But I read only praises about the plot so i hope the remake is successful in Korea too.

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Ohhh, now I can't wait to see it. Hope the casting director would cast the right actors with charms and skills that could hold up to the original.

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OMG! That drama was epic. It brings back all the Kimutaku fangirling memories

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Now I kind of want to go back and watch the original

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I don't like when Japanese dramas that I really liked get remade. I just never get into the remade version at all. I've never seen this drama though , so I'll gladly check out this Korean version.

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DAMN. I highly recommend to watch the Jdorama version. It's so worth it. Just make sure that you have something lighter to watch after because this show will take you on a thrilling and dark ride. I've seen this a long time ago, but after reading this post some of the most vital scenes played in my head as I'm writing this comment. Highly recommend. Worth every episode.

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I wonder if tvN will pull a relative newbie and shoot him to stardom for this. It's been a while since I've seen new, breathtaking talent from them (Liar and his Lover notwithstanding).

Orrr....
Are they bringing in the Chungmuro hard hitters? Because I think we need soneone that goes all in.

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i can see Kang Dong Won doing this role...

sexy, dangerous, handsome, aloof, intense...

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..sexy, dangerous, handsome, aloof, intense..

Won Bin... *sigh*
I only can dream about him in new role, ain't I?

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We can all dream :).

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While we all dream, here's a video...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezbVbvwjxC8

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I don't think I can take another Hundred Million Stars, but let's see who they'll get for the remake.

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This can go sooooo wrong. No one can ever replace Kimura. okay...maybe I will settle for Gong Yoo. It is a twisted romance and Jdoramas do this do well. I remembered it blew my mind away with the ending and the plot. I wonder if TVN dare to challenge the topic on incest with the country so rooted in Confucisim. Its a sad ending when the lovers discover the truth. Everyone should watch the J version before Korea adds their own cultural touch to it.

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Honestly it wasn't that dark compare to other jdramas, heck even I was sort of disappointed the first time I watched it because it was not up to the hype of how supposedly dark it was. But even when the length is only 12 eps 45 mins each I thought it was kinda slow, with typical kdrama length (16, 20 eps 60 mins each) it will probably move at a snail pace...

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Oh my, lol.

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Holy crap I've been saying this for years now! I've been wanting to see a Korean version of this. It's a really good dark romance and would love to see someone like Kim Jae Wook as Ryo.

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They should cast park bo gum for this..

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Oh, it's a Kimutaku drama! Haven't seen this one, but the plot looks really good!

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I didn't watch this show but from the summary I know that it is full of twisted rs, incest and killings just to get the person they loved. Just that I don't get it why the title is A Hundred Million Stars From The Sky. Isn't it seemed too positive n bright for such a dark n twisted thema drama like this ??

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Pride is the one they should remake. It was so awesome.

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OMG. That is my favorite j-drama of all time!!! At least, of all KimuTaku's and Yuko Takeuchi's dramas.

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Wow....one of my fav but i can only watch it twice because it was very ..painful...cried buckets...please dont remake this dorama..huhuhu

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I've watched the original when I was younger, but I believe I didn't really understand the story at that time. Nor do I remember much what was going on, except that I got the sense that it's rather morbid. Now this post reminded me of it. Maybe I should give it another go.

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STOP READING!!! my comment will contains spoiler. stop reading and scroll fast!

kdrama has their fair share of fauxcest but are they willing to go FULL cest?!

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hmm I remember watching the original years ago but I don't think I ever finished it. I found it quite slow and a little dated. The casting was spot on though (I later found out that the inspector characters actor is actually a comedian and was pretty shocked) and it was more explicit than I would expect a kdrama to go... I suppose a cable channel is the best place for it, though I don't really trust tvn.

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I find it hard to imagine that a Korean version would keep all of the sex scenes, but maybe as a cable show there would be more leeway. The original didn't totally work for me plot-wise, but it did have excellent actors.

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this Jdrama is so dark... good luck tvn

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I'm a HUGE KimuTaku fan and his role in this JDrama is one of (if not) the most twisted character he's ever played. Now, I'm wishing tvN would also do a Korean version of "Pride" or "Hero" or both.

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As a asian drama fan(China,Taiwan,Japan and Korea), i like watching remake as they give a little change to the story which i look forward to. Korean remake (Operation Proposal, Dr. Jin, Playful Kiss) in general fail for me while japan remake (Maou, Hope - Kitai Zero no Shinnyu Shain,Ikemen Desu Ne) don't. There are decent kdrama remake but mostly no. I hope they don't destroy this drama as it is one of the classic and i know japan won't ruin "i am sorry i love you" as they rarely ruin remake and Nagase Tomoya is the lead. The lead in my opinion should be Song Jong Ki and Song Hye Kyo as Jong Ki act similar character in Innocent Man and Hye Kyo have similar aura with the actress in the drama in my opinion.

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Please don't remake my favourite drama. No Korean broadcaster cable or not will go as dark and tragic as this story needs.

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I have never seen it before so I look forward to it.

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A million tears at the ending scene. Sora Kara for me was Eri Fukatsu, she was brilliant here, cute but she had her stubborn side.

"Spoiler"

( The scene that always stuck in my mind was their second meeting? at that eating place. She came in , tired after a hard day of work, ordered the grilled fish. She sat down at the table. She place a hot towel on her face , he came in and as she took off the towel and saw him standing in front of her and they both looked at each other, recognition on both their faces, He sat down at the counter, ordered a grilled fish too. While waiting for their order, a potato dish and a glass of beer in front of her (Eri Fukatsu and her beer), she took a sip of beer and ate the potato but her eyes looking to the side, always aware of his presence in that small eating place, he unabashedly looking in her direction as she eats. The grilled fish came and the lady owner served it first to him, Yuko/Eri stood up and said to him 'that's my fish'. The lady owner was apologetic saying she thought Yuko would have the fish later after she had finished her starter. Yoko was embarrassed and sat down again, he looked at the fish dish and then at her. He stood up and gave the fish to her saying since she ordered it first, she was surprised but didn't protest. He stood at the counter and ordered natto while she ate the fish, using her finger to take out the bones from her mouth.) -epic scene this, for some insane reason this scene just stuck in my memory. Maybe because food was involved?

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Why?! Man that drama traumatized me. The acting was brilliant, but it was just soooo tragic.

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I saw original Jdrama , main lead is kimura takuya. He is so charming and so unique. How Seo in guk will play this role? What kind of character as Seo in guk will create ? iThis role is rather change his character from innocent and cute man to be heartless and revengeful.
He had played character look like this jdrama in 'REMEMBER'. But that is not same. 'One million star falling from the sky' is story of assassin who is psychosis a little bit. He can kill other without feeling but it became charming on film. What So interesting!!!
Cant wait and looking forward to see very soon.!!!

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