Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do (film)

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Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do
DoremiPoster.jpg
Original Theatrical Poster
Hangul
Revised Romanization Doremifasolatido
McCune–Reischauer Tolemip‘asolrasito
Directed by Kang Geon-hyang
Produced by New Crayon Entertainment
Starring Jang Keun-suk
Cha Ye-ryeon
Jeong Eui-cheol
Im Ju-hwan
Park Min-ji
Nah Eun-kyeong
Lee Mae-ri
Release date(s)
  • April 3, 2008 (2008-04-03)
Running time 105 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Box office $1,060,319[1]

Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do (Hangul: 도레미파솔라시도) is a 2008 South Korean film based on the internet novel of the same title by Guiyeoni. Directed by Kang Geon-hyang (assistant director of Romance of Their Own) and produced by New Crayon Entertainment. The film received 199,151 admissions nationwide.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

Based on the internet novel of the same title and written by Guiyeoni, Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do is a touching love story with bittersweet elements.

Jung-won wears a funny dragon suit, while working at the amusement park, and pours soda on Eun-gyu, because of his taunts. A short while later, Jung-won finds out that Eun-gyu has moved into the house next to hers. Eun-gyu now threatens to tell Jung-won’s parents that she works part-time at a local mart. To keep Eun-gyu quiet, Jung-won agrees to carry his guitar for a week.

Jung-won then starts to develop feelings for Eun-gyu, who is the lead singer of a band called Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do. Eun-gyu also starts to develop similar feelings for Jung-won. The two soon become a couple.

With an odd twist of fate, Jung-won went to the band's rehearsal room and meets a familiar person from her past, a boy named Hee-won. Their relationship makes everything more complicated. For 10 years, Jung-won and Hee-won were close friends, but because Jung-won made Hee-wons family got broken because she told to the police that Jung-wons father beat somebody down, they stopped talking to each other completely. And Hee-won, seeking revenge at Jun-won, allow his "friends" to beat her, rendering her crippled. Jung-won is now surprised to learn that her ex-close friend is now best friends with her boyfriend.

Hee-won admits that he still likes his best friend despite what she did and he wants her back. Jun-won accepts him back into her life despite what he did and when Hee-won makes her choose between him and Eun-gyu, Jun-won makes the choice of going with Hee-won. Which leaves Eun-gyu devastated. He gives her one last chance to come back to him or else he will never be able to sing again. But she breaks his heart once more and chooses Hee-won after he begged her.

A few months after it happened Jun-won hears that Eun-gyu had gotten into an accident and was diagnosed with temporary amnesia — he forgets all about her. She then spends all her time trying to get him to remember. The last scene is an re-enactment of the band's last show, the one in which Eun-gyu gave her a last chance. The movie ends with him remembering everything and begging Jun-won not to leave him again. She promises she never will. As the final credits roll we see how all of their lives improved.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

Track number Title English title Performed by
01 Intro
02 (Hangul: 도레미파솔라시도) Doremifasolatido (Movie Version) Doremifasolatido (Movie Version) Jeong Jun Il
03 (Hangul: 기다리는 시간) Time Of Waiting Jeong Jun Il
04 (Hangul: 햇살 가득히) Full Sunlight Jeong Jun Il
05 (Hangul: 용가리) Yonggari Heap Song Jeong Jun Il
06 (Hangul: 희원과 정원) Desire And Attain
07. (Hangul: 사랑해서... 미안해Ⅰ) Saranghae seo ...mianhae I sorry...for loving you I
08 (Hangul: 희원의 갈등 그리고...) Desire's Conflicts And...
09 (Hangul: 기다리는 시간) (Piano Version) The Time Of Waiting (Piano Version)
10 (Hangul: 사랑해서... 미안해Ⅱ) Saranghae seo ...mianhae II To Love ... Sorry II
11 Episode 1 Episode 1 ROTS (Hwang Ho Jin)
12 (Hangul: 도레미파솔라시도) Doremifasolatido(Original Version) Doremifasolatido (Original Version) Song Hee Ran

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Doremipasolrasido (Do Re Mi) (2008)". Boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved 2012-09-26. 
  2. ^ Darcy Paquet (1986-04-28). "Korean Film List 2008". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2012-09-26. 

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