Can You Hear My Heart

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Can You Hear My Heart
Also known as Listen to My Heart
Do You Hear My Heart
Can You Listen to My Heart
Genre Romance, Drama
Written by Moon Hee-jung
Directed by Kim Sang-ho
Starring Kim Jae-won
Hwang Jung-eum
Namgoong Min
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes 30
Production
Producer(s) Im Hwa-min
Running time 60 minutes
Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 (KST)
Broadcast
Original channel Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Original run 2 April 2011 (2011-04-02) – 10 July 2011 (2011-07-10)
Chronology
Preceded by Flames of Desire
Followed by Hooray for Love
External links
Website

Can You Hear My Heart (Hangul: 내 마음이 들리니; RR: Nae Ma-eumi Deulrini) is a 2011 South Korean television drama starring Kim Jae-won, Hwang Jung-eum and Namgoong Min.[1] It aired on MBC from April 2 to July 10, 2011 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 30 episodes.[2]

Plot[edit]

This is the love story of Cha Dong-joo (Kim Jae-won), a man who's been rendered deaf after an accident but pretends he can hear, and Bong Woo-ri (Hwang Jung-eum), a woman who's intelligent but pretends she's dim-witted to protect the dignity of her mentally handicapped father. She has been looking for her step-brother, Bong Ma-roo, who ran away from home 16 years ago. What she soon finds out is that Jang Joon-ha (Namgoong Min), Cha Dong-joo's brother, is Bong Ma-roo himself.

Cast[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Date Episode Nationwide Seoul
2011-04-02 01 10.8% (10th) 13.4% (6th)
2011-04-03 02 9.6% (15th) 11.7% (11th)
2011-04-09 03 10.9% (7th) 13.8% (6th)
2011-04-10 04 10.7% (8th) 12.8% (7th)
2011-04-16 05 12.6% (5th) 15.0% (6th)
2011-04-17 06 11.4% (7th) 14.0% (6th)
2011-04-23 07 11.8% (8th) 15.0% (6th)
2011-04-24 08 12.5% (7th) 15.4% (6th)
2011-04-30 09 16.9% (3rd) 19.8% (3rd)
2011-05-01 10 11.5% (7th) 14.2% (6th)
2011-05-07 11 13.1% (4th) 16.0% (4th)
2011-05-08 12 13.9% (6th) 16.8% (5th)
2011-05-14 13 13.5% (5th) 16.1% (5th)
2011-05-15 14 12.2% (7th) 15.4% (6th)
2011-05-21 15 14.5% (4th) 18.4% (2nd)
2011-05-22 16 13.9% (6th) 17.7% (4th)
2011-05-28 17 15.2% (5th) 18.5% (5th)
2011-05-29 18 14.0% (6th) 16.4% (6th)
2011-06-04 19 14.7% (4th) 16.5% (4th)
2011-06-05 20 13.2% (5th) 15.9% (5th)
2011-06-11 21 12.7% (5th) 15.0% (6th)
2011-06-12 22 13.5% (6th) 16.8% (6th)
2011-06-18 23 13.2% (5th) 17.3% (5th)
2011-06-19 24 13.1% (7th) 15.8% (6th)
2011-06-25 25 12.3% (9th) 14.8% (6th)
2011-06-26 26 9.8% (15th) 12.3% (13th)
2011-07-02 27 12.3% (7th) 14.5% (6th)
2011-07-03 28 10.7% (15th) 13.4% (10th)
2011-07-09 29 12.6% (8th) 14.7% (7th)
2011-07-10 30 12.8% (9th) 15.7% (6th)
Average 12.7% 15.4%

Source: TNmS Media Korea

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2011
Korea Drama Awards
Best Actor Kim Jae-won Nominated
MBC Drama Awards[5]
Best Couple Award Kim Jae-won and Hwang Jung-eum Nominated
Popularity Award, Actor Kim Jae-won Won
Popularity Award, Actress Hwang Jung-eum Nominated
Golden Acting Award, Actor in a Miniseries Jeong Bo-seok Won
Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Kim Jae-won Won
Namgoong Min Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Hwang Jung-eum Won
Best Drama Can You Hear My Heart Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hong, Lucia (30 March 2011). "New Kim Jae-won TV series to air April 2". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-02-04. 
  2. ^ "MBC TV miniseries Twinkle Twinkle and Can You Hear My Heart draw the most viewers among weekend TV dramas". MBC Global Media. 11 May 2011. Retrieved 2014-02-04. 
  3. ^ Sunwoo, Carla (1 November 2012). "Namgoong Min to hold first Japanese fan meet". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved 2014-02-04. 
  4. ^ Kang, Moon-young (10 March 2011). "Kang Moon-young Set to Return to TV After 5-Year Break". The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved 2014-02-04. 
  5. ^ Hong, Lucia (2 January 2012). "The Greatest Love snags 7 honors at 2011 MBC Drama Awards". 10Asia. Retrieved 2014-02-04. 

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