THE LOVE OF PYGMALION (Melodrama No.1 produksi Korea-Jepang) starred by Kim Joon, Kim Jae Wook and Nao Minamisawa



Dengan judul THE LOVE OF PYGMALION/ PYGMALION’S LOVE dan dikenal juga sebagai PLEASE GIVE ME BACK MY MEMORIES drama ini bercerita tentang Hoshino Mika (Nao Minamisawa, Akai Ito) yang kehilangan ingatannya dan menganggap bahwa Kyu (Kim Jae Wook, Antique, Bad Guy, Marry Me, Mary) sebagai pacar jarak jauhnya di Korea padahal Jun (Kim Joon, Boys Before Flowers) lah pacar yang sebenarnya. Jun dan Kyu adalah sahabat baik, Kyu kehilangan pacarnya dan Mika yang baru datang dari Jepang sangat mirip dengan sang pacar sehingga Kyu “tanpa sengaja” memanfaatkan amnesia Mika dan berpura-pura sebagai pacar Mika, iapun  mulai menaruh hati padanya.

Yap itulah sekelumit sinopsis Melodrama produksi Korea-Jepang yang disiarkan oleh Bee TV. Memasang 2 aktor tampan Korea tentunya membuat serial 12 epi ini meraih simpati penonton terutama penonton wanita.

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Dengan embel-embel Gay Movie/Queer Movie tentunya bukanlah salah satu film pilihan saya, namun kemudian Film Korea terbitan tahun 2008 ini akhirnya menggugah selera makan menonton saya dikarenakan alasan-alasan berikut:

  1. Label ANTIQUE BAKERY MANGA-nya.  Film ini berdasarkan manga terkenal ANTIQUE BAKERY yang memenangkan  2002 Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo manga.
  2. Sebelumnya Jepang telah memproduksi Live Action Doramanya yang dibintangi oleh para aktor terkenal Jepang, diantaranya Hideaki Takizawa dan Fujiki Naohito, terlebih lagi Dorama ini memenangkan banyak penghargaan termasuk di dalamnya BEST DRAMA pada ajang bergengsi Japan TV Academy Awards.

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Setelah sukses di Queen Seon Deok dan kemudian tampil di movie Before Storm dan Handphone (dua pilem ini bikin diriku illfeel sama Kim Nam Gil)
Kim Nam Gil a.k.a Bidam kembali lg ke layar kaca berpasangan dgn Han Ga In (Terms of Endearment) di BAD GUY.


Mary (Moon Geun-Young) is a young woman with the energy of the sun. She looks like her late mother, but her hot temper comes straight from her deadbeat father (Park Sang-Myeon). Her father always makes troubles as a failed businessman, but Mary also loves him the most. Because Mary can’t afford to pay her college tuition fees, she temporarily stops attending school. Without having any special skills, Mary starts to work odd jobs. One day, Mary’s father proposes that Mary marries a man named Jung-In to pay off their debts. When Mary hears of her father’s plan she devise her own plan. Mary takes fake wedding pictures with her new friend Mu-Gyul (Jang Geun-Suk), whom she has just met over the last couple of days. She sends the pictures to her father’s cellphone with the message that this is the man she loves and will marry. Unfortunately for Mary, her deadbeat father has already registered a marriage certificate on her behalf with Jung-In! Jung-In then proposes that Marry spend 100 days of marriage with both men and decide whom she wants to live with.
Mu-Gyul (Jang Geun-Suk) is the lead vocalist and guitarist for a rock band. He is chic and lives a carefree bohemian lifestyle. He doesn’t talk much and only wants to make music. Mu-Gyul doesn’t care about success. He also suffers trauma with his mother and, because of this, becomes tired of the women he dates and leaves them. Mu-Gyul is a bad guy to women. When it appears Mu-Gyul will never get married a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes about. He meets Mary, money becomes involved and a 100 days of marriage ensues. During this time, Mu-Gyul not knowing the meaning of family, surprisingly falls in love with Mary who is combative, loyal, and spunky. Mu-Gyul finds himself becoming a rival of Jung-In for Mary’s love.
Jung-In (Kim Jae-Wook) is the president of music company JI Entertainment producing a music drama. Jung-In was born into a wealthy family and has never lacked money. Jung-In is also good looking and has good manners. Because of this, Jung-In appears to be highly eligible bachelor for marriage. But, Jung-In also has a cold side – he doesn’t like becoming too close to people. His weakest point is that he can never say no to his father. He enters into a 100 day fake marriage with Mary and soon falls in love with Mary. Jung-In also comes across Mu-Gyul who will help fulfill Jung-In’s dream in the music world. Mu-Gyul will also become a rival for Jung-In over Marry. Then Seo-Jun enters the picture.
Seo-Jun (Kim Hyo-Jin) is a sexy and sophisticated woman. She also comes from a rich family. Seo-Jun works as an actress, preferring to make movies rather than dramas. Seo-Jun broke up with Mu-Gyul about a year ago, but still occasionally attends his performances without his knowledge. She also has the same care-free spirit as Mu-Gyul. Seo-Jun then meets Mu-Gyul once again and makes a contract for a drama produced by Jung-In. Seo-Jun starts to develop feelings for Jung-In in a bizarre love triangle. (plot by ASIANMEDIAWIKI)
Formerly known as Mary Stayed Out All Night, this drama based on the internet comic “Maerineun Uibakjoong” by Won Su-Yeon who also wrote “Full House” which was adapted into the 2004 KBS drama “Full House” that played by Rain and Song Hye Kyo.
My fave man, Kim Jae Wook from the heartbreaking drama, BAD GUY, played Jung-In, a wealthy young man who moves from Japan to Korea. Kim Jae-Wook was able to speak Japanese in the drama series (and because he grew up in Japan, so he doesn’t have any problem with the role) though this drama will show more on Jang Geun Seuk performances and definitely he will win the main actress’s heart but somehow i really feel that it should be Kim Jae Wook’s turn to be the main spotlight because i think his acting is a lot better than the korean idol, Jang Geun Seuk. (don’t get angry gals…it’s only an opinion ^^)
Let’s have a CLOSER LOOK to these TWO ACTORS… shall we??
I first saw his acting in a Japanese Horror Movie, ONE MISSED CALL: FINAL. This loveable man who also played in a movie BABY AND ME, WON 2006 KBS Performance Awards: Best Couple Award with Ji-won Ha in a drama, Hwang-Jin Yi, here and then he always gets an IDOL ROLE. His first performance as a VILLAIN was in the 2009 thriller “The Case of Itaewon Homicide”. The film is based on a true story of a murder that occurred at a Burger King restaurant in Itaewon, South Korea. Now his new project is completing the new drama/movie that based on Japanese manga, YOU’RE MY PET.
Name Jang Geun-Suk / Jang Geun-Seok
Hangul: 장근석
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: August 4, 1987
Birthplace: South Korea
University: Hanyang University
Height: 182cm
Weight: 63kg
Star Sign: Leo
Blood type: A
This cool man who owns a band named WALRUS, made his feature film acting debut with “Antique”. In the movie, Kim Jae-Wook played Min Seon-Woo, a character written as a highly talented patissier and also a homosexual. After successfully performing in “Antique,” more job offers came to him with characters written similar to Min Seon-Woo. Kim Jae-Wook decided to take a one year break from acting and then made a comeback in drama BAD GUY. He can speak Japanese languange because his father worked as a journalist and was transferred to Japan as a foreign correspondent and took the family along with him. In 2007, Kim Jae-Wook also acted in the MBC drama “Coffee Prince” as supporting character No Seon-Ki. “Coffee Prince” turned out to be a hit series and achieved high ratings. This also brought recognition to Kim Jae-Wook in the public’s eye. He also appeared in many commercial like HSBC.
Name: Kim Jae-Wook
Hangul: 김재욱
Birthdate: April 2, 1983
Birthplace: South Korea
Universities: Seoul Institute of the Arts
Height: 183cm.
THE RATING from this drama is so LOW in Korea, it got only 6,6 %!!IS JANG GEUN SUK LOST HIS CHARM??!!

Here’s some preview from this drama ^^

And here’s the OST of this drama, My Bus… cekidot

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