Seo In Guk and Jung So Min pair up for tvN’s Korean adaptation of Jdrama ‘A Hundred Million Stars Falling From The Sky’

A Hundred Million Stars Falling From The Sky (or Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi or A Million Stars Falling From the Sky) is a popular Japanese drama that aired in 2002 and now it is getting a Korean remake that will star Seo In Guk and Jung So Min in the lead roles. My excitement and happiness level just shot up to the highest point. I love both the actors and can’t wait to watch them together! Seo In Guk was last seen as a cutie pie in Shopping King Louise back in 2016 and Jung So Min starred in lovely Because It’s The First Time last year.

A Hundred Million Stars Falling From The Sky is a mystery romance that stars Park Sung Woong (Life On Mars) as a police detective who suspects Seo In Guk’s character, the main assistant in a microbrewery, to be involved in a murder. Jung So Min plays an advertisement designer as well as Park Sung Woong’s sister whose life changes drastically after meeting Seo In Guk.

Another reason to tune into the show is the PD who has helmed High School King Of Savvy and Oh My Ghostess, both quirky cute comedies. The drama is written by the screenwriter of drama My Sweet Seoul and movie My Wife Got Married.

Also going by the title The Smile Has Left Your EyesA Hundred Million Stars Falling From The Sky is premiering in September, following currently airing My Familiar Wife. The drama has released first stills of the leads and my, my, they look so pretty and lively!

 

4 thoughts on “Seo In Guk and Jung So Min pair up for tvN’s Korean adaptation of Jdrama ‘A Hundred Million Stars Falling From The Sky’

  1. Timescout

    Interesting to see how much of the original story will be included. As someone in another blog said, it’s kinda trippy. 😄 I’d be really surprised if they keep the ending. Jdramas do sometimes handle controversial topics, but kdramas are a different matter. Even if it’s cable. I’m rather expecting them to water down the plot considerably and turn it into a more convenient romance, which the original certainly wasn’t.

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    1. snow Post author

      Being a kdrama, I don’t think it is going to be very dark. I have not seen the original but have heard many folks calling it controversial or different, which makes me excited to see exactly what everyone is talking about!
      I can understand if for them this version pales in comparison.
      Let’s see how this one turns out.. 🙂

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