Boku to Star no 99 Nichi

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Boku to Star no 99 Nichi
Boku to Star no 99 Nichi poster.jpg
Genre Drama
Directed by
  • Masahiro Kunimoto
  • Tomomi Okubo
Opening theme Spitz-Time Travel
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese, Korean
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
  • Yukitoshi Chiba
  • Tomomi Okubo
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 54 minutes
Production company(s) Fuji TV
Original network Fuji TV
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic
Original release October 2011 (2011-10) – December 2011 (2011-12)
External links
official page

Boku to Star no 99 Nichi (僕とスターの99日?, (My) 99 Days with the Superstar) is a Japanese television series which premiered on Fuji TV in October 2011.[1] It starred Japanese actor Hidetoshi Nishijima and Korean actress Kim Tae-hee.[2]


In the romantic comedy, quiet Japanese security guard Kohei Namiki (Hidetoshi Nishijima), whose only real interest seems to be astronomy, is ordered to bodyguard top Korean actress Han Yoo-Na (Kim Tae-hee) at an exceptional production set in Japan.

Namiki is a single man approaching his 40's who has a part-time job at a security company. He has a sweet and handsome appearance, which some people take advantage of. Easily swayed by those around him, Kohei often takes care of his sister's three kids because of her habit of wandering around, but he is a passionate man and dreams of finding his star. But because of his family and economic situations, he can't follow through on those dreams.

One day, Kohei is assigned security detail for the beautiful actress Han Yoo-Na (Kim Tae-Hee) for a period of 100 days. Yoo-Na is a pure and kind person. Even though she appears nearly perfect and very stylish, she prefers to act like normal people. She enjoys eating simple Japanese food and on the filming set Yoo-Na tries to take time out of her busy schedule to help others. She seems to be envied by all, but actually feels lonely due to being an idol and unknown to others, she has a sad secret.

At first, Kohei and Yoo-Na don't seem to get along due to the differences in their social status. But as the deadline of the 100 days approaches, their relationship undergoes some very pleasant changes.


  • Hidetoshi Nishijima as Kohei, a security guard whose only real interest seems to be astronomy.
  • Kim Tae-hee as Han Yoo-na, a Korean top actress.
  • Nanami Sakuraba as Momo, Kohei’s niece, a high school student who wants to become a dancer.
  • Taecyeon as Tae-sung, a mysterious young Korean(Yoo-na's younger brother)
  • Jun Kaname as Kazuya, a wily paparazzi reporter


Boku to Star no 99 Nichi was first announced by Fuji TV on August 25, 2011.[3] The main cast for this television series was also revealed to be actor Hidetoshi Nishijima and Korean actress Kim Tae-hee.[2] Kim had previously starred in the popular Korean television series IRIS, but this will be her first role in a Japanese television series.[4] This role will also require her to speak the Japanese language.[4] Boku to Star no 99 Nichi is also Nishijima's first lead role in a television drama that is aired on one of the commercial television networks in Japan.[1] He previously starred in the television drama series School!! which was aired in January 2011 on the same drama time slot.[2]

Nanami Sakuraba was announced as one of this television series' additional cast members on September 8, 2011.[5] She will play the role of Kohei's niece, a high school student who has to care for her younger siblings in place of her absent mother.[5] She dreams of becoming a dancer but gets no recognition for her dancing.[5]

On September 29, 2011, it was announced that singer Taecyeon and actor Jun Kaname will star in this television series.[6] Taecyeon, who is a member of the K-pop group 2PM, will be playing his first regular role in a Japanese television series.[6] He previously appeared in one episode of the Japanese television series BOSS.[6] His role in this television series was not announced.[6] Actor Jun Kaname will also play the role of a paparazzi reporter in this television series.[6]


Episode title Broadcast date Ratings
Ep. 1 まさかの恋はまさかの期限付き…
October 23, 2011
Ep. 2 キケンな2人急接近スターが我が家に不法侵入!?ヒミツの一夜
October 30, 2011
Ep. 3 キケンな2人急展開星が繋ぐ運命の三角形再会は衝撃の幕開け
November 6, 2011
Ep. 4 キケンな2人の罪と罰!解雇!罠にはまる姉弟
November 13, 2011
Ep. 5 約束を守れなかったキケンな二人…夢が、星が、遠く引き裂く
November 20, 2011
Ep. 6 背を向けたフタリ…もう元には戻れない!星空の下涙のエール
November 27, 2011
Ep. 7 今夜、運命のキス!ついに恋が走り出す
December 4, 2011
Ep. 8 ガンモ決死の参戦で号泣!最後の笑顔は誰の為
December 11, 2011
Ep. 9 幸せになるために!勇気と冒険の最終章
December 18, 2011
Ep. 10 愛する者達の贈り物 俺だけの星を見つけた!
December 25, 2011
Ratings for Kanto region (average rating: 9.3%)[7]

International broadcast[edit]

  • Thailand Thailand: Channel 7 - aired beginning March 6, 2014, on Wednesdays to Fridays.[8]
  •  Sri Lanka - WakuWaku Japan - Began airing in October 2016 with English subtitles.
  •  Indonesia Myanmar Singapore - WakuWaku Japan - Began airing April 11, 2017, on Tuesdays with English and Indonesian subtitles.
  •  Taiwan - WakuWaku Japan - Began airing April 3, 2017, on Mondays with Chinese subtitles.


  1. ^ a b 西島秀俊 :日本のドラマ初出演のキム・テヒとW主演でラブコメ 新ドラマ「僕とスターの99日」. Mainichi Shimbun Digital Co.Ltd (in Japanese). August 25, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-08. 
  2. ^ a b c "西島秀俊&キム・テヒが初共演でW主演! 日韓"凸凹コンビ"でラブコメに挑戦". Oricon, Inc. (in Japanese). August 25, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-08. 
  3. ^ <明日へのチカラ>ドラマチック・サンデー 『僕とスターの99日』. Fuji Television Network, inc. (in Japanese). August 25, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-08. 
  4. ^ a b フジ系「日9」キム・テヒ日本ドラマ初主演. Sankei Digital Inc. (in Japanese). August 25, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-08. 
  5. ^ a b c 桜庭ななみ、キム・テヒと演技バトル!. Sankei Digital Inc. (in Japanese). September 8, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-08. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "2PM・テギョン :謎の男役で日本のドラマに初レギュラー出演 新ドラマ「僕とスターの99日」". Mainichi Shimbun Digital Co.Ltd (in Japanese). September 29, 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 
  7. ^ "Show schedule and ratings". Audience Rating Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved 2012-04-08. 
  8. ^ "เรื่องย่อ 99 วัน ฝันรักซูเปอร์สตาร์". (in Thai). 23 October 2015. Retrieved 2014-03-05. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
(10/7/2011 - 18/9/2011)
Fuji TV Dramatic Sunday
Sundays 21:00 - 21:54 (JST)
Succeeded by
Hayami-san to Yobareru Hi
(15/1/2012 - 18/3/2012)