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 dates
  • 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. One day, Jung-won witnessed a hit-and-run and reported the license plate to the police but the driver turned out to be Hee-won's father. Because of that, Hee-won's family broke apart and they stopped talking to each other completely after Hee-won's father was arrested. Hee-won, seeking revenge at Jun-won, told 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. Hee-won makes her choose between him and Eun-gyu by threatening suicide. Jung-won chooses Hee-won, leaving Eun-gyu devastated. He gives her one last chance to come back to him but she breaks his heart again and chooses Hee-won.

A few months later, Jung-won and Hee-won learn that Eun-gyu was in a car accident and was diagnosed with temporary amnesia. Hee-won lets Jung-won go and she spends all her time trying to get Eun-gyu 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 Sorry...for loving you 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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