Ikemen desu ne

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You're Handsome
(Ikemen desu ne)
Ikemen Desu Ne Japanese promotional TV poster, Jul 2011.jpg
Also known as 美男ですね (Ikemen desu ne)
You're Beautiful
Starring Miori Takimoto
Yuta Tamamori
Taisuke Fujigaya
Hikaru Yaotome
Opening theme "Everybody Go!" by Kis-My-Ft2
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 11
Running time 54 minutes
Original network TBS
Original release July 15 – September 23, 2011
Related shows You're Beautiful
Fabulous Boys
External links

Ikemen desu ne (美男ですね?) (You're Handsome) is a 2011 Japanese television series. It is the Japanese remake of the Korean musical romantic comedy television drama You're Beautiful. The original Korean version aired in 2009 and starred Park Shin-hye, Jang Keun-suk, Jung Yong-hwa and Lee Hong-gi. The story revolved around a fictional musician band named A*N.JELL. Park Shin Hye played a junior nun who has to pose as her twin brother and take his place in the group, leading to a complicated relationship between the band members.[1]


Miko is a 20-year-old girl. She is pure, but prone to make mistakes. Since her father, who was a composer, died, she stayed at an orphanage with her twin brother Mio Sakuraba. Now she is at a convent dreaming of becoming a nun. But, one day, a strange man named Mabuchi asks her to join a famous band called A*N*Jell, due to her brother being out of the country. Once she agrees, something bigger than a love triangle starts to evolve, along with other people intertwined to this story.


Episode title
Romanized title
Translation of title
Broadcast date
Ep. 1
Kankoku No. 1 Chō mune kyunrabusutōrī ga Nippon jōriku!!
ikemenbando shin menbā wa on'nanoko!?
koi no shikaku kankei hajimaru
Korea no.1 Super heart-jumping Love Story Arrives in Japan!!
The Newest Band Member is a Girl!?
The Start of a Four-sided Relationship
July 15, 2011
Ep. 2
Koi no hatsu raibu!!
Love's First Live Concert!!
July 22, 2011
Ep. 3
Setsu na sugiru kisu
Too painful kiss
July 29, 2011
Ep. 4
告白!! 届け…切ない片想い
Kokuhaku!! Todoke...setsunai Oomoi
Confession!! Giving painful unrequited love
August 5, 2011
Ep. 5
Maji de kisushita!?
You kissed for real!?
August 12, 2011
Ep. 6
Kanojo wa ore no mono da
She is mine
August 19, 2011
Ep. 7
Unmei no kisu to kiseki no kokuhaku!!
Kiss of fate and Miracle confession!!
August 26, 2011
Ep. 8
Jang Geun-Seok tsuini tōjō!!
Jang Geun-seok finally appears
September 2, 2011
Ep. 9
Sai shūshō wakare… zankokuna unmei!!
Final chapter...Goodbye cruel fate!!
September 9, 2011
Ep. 10
Saishū-banashi zenpen - shōgeki no shinjitsu!!
Shocking truth-last episode first part!!
September 16, 2011
Ep. 11
Unmei no saikai… saigo no kokuhaku
Reunion of fate....Last confession
September 23, 2011
Ratings for Kanto region (average rating: 9.94%)



  • Miori Takimoto as Miko Sakuraba / Gemma (female) & Mio Sakuraba (for disguised as male and playing as the real one too); A*N*Jell new vocalist/pianist
  • Yura Furutachi as young Miko
  • Kuu Furutachi as young Mio
  • Yuta Tamamori as Ren Katsuragi A*N*Jell lead vocal & guitarist
  • Riu Tanaka as young Ren
  • Taisuke Fujigaya as Shu Fujishiro A*N*Jell bassist
  • Hikaru Yaotome as Yuuki Hongo A*N*Jell rapper & drummer

A*J Entertainment[edit]

  • Takashima Masanobu as Ando Hiroshi (president of A*J Entertainment)
  • Yanagisawa Shingo as Mabuchi Hajime (Mio's manager)
  • Katase Nana as RINA
  • Nose Anna as Sawagi Yumiko


  • Kojima Haruna as NANA (actrees & idol)
  • Tanoshingo as Toru (assistant)
  • Imori Miyuki as Sakuraba Shigeko (Miko & Mio's aunt)
  • Manda Hisako as Mizusawa Reiko (solo singer & Ren's mother)

Paparazi reporters[edit]

  • Rokkaku Seiji as Deguchi
  • Yamazaki Shigenori as Hashimoto
  • Shimizu Yutaka as Baba

A*N*Jell's fans[edit]

  • Takahashi Maiko as Misaki
  • Aoi as Nanami
  • Aizumi Moeri as Ayumi


  • Koda Kumi as herself (ep. 1)
  • Aoki Yuko as one of the guests in Mio's welcome party (ep. 1)
  • Kato Sylwia as one of the guests in Mio's welcome party (ep. 1)
  • Tanaka Minami as one of the guests in Mio's welcome party (ep. 1)
  • Ishizaka Koji as Harada (ep. 1)
  • Tani Kanon as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Honda Miyu as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Nagashima Terumi as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Uchida Junki as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Kasuga Kanon as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Sasahara Naoki as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Aoyama Kazuya as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Yoshida Akane as a child from the Aozora Gakuen (ep. 1)
  • Yashiba Toshihiro as a A.J Entertainment security guard (ep. 2)
  • Uchida Mikako (内田三香子) as a waitress (ep. 3)
  • Yabe Yukiko as a shop assistant (ep. 3)
  • Fujimoto Ryo (藤本涼) as a street clerk (ep. 3)
  • Tsujimoto Yuto (辻本優人) as a photographer (ep. 3)
  • Aoki Kazuyo
  • Masuda Naohiro (升田尚宏) as a news caster (ep. 4)
  • Katori Shingo as himself
  • Jang Keun-suk as himself (special act ep. 8)


It was announced that the band A.N.JELL from the TBS drama Ikemen desu ne will make their official debut on October 5, 2011.

This band was originally a fictional band for the drama with Johnny’s Entertainment members Tamamori Yuta (Kis-My-Ft2) as Katsuragi Ren, Fujigaya Taisuke (Kis-My-Ft2) as Fukishiro Shu, Hikaru Yaotome (Hey! Say! JUMP) as Hongo Yuki, and actress Takimoto Miori as Sakuraba Mio / Miko.

Their debut CD temporary titled A.N.JELL with TBS "Ikemen desu ne" Music Collection, will contain two discs – one including all four songs from the band and the other focusing on the OST of the drama with a special package to add. It will be released in two versions of Limited Edition and Regular Edition with the limited version including an original PV and a special CD jacket. Also, the first-print version of this regular version will enclose a rare CD jacket before Sakuraba was a member.

Disc 1
  1. promise
  2. futari (ふたり)
  3. alone
  4. Miss You
Disc 2
  1. Ikemen desu ne Main Theme (美男ですね メインテーマ)
  2. Girl's Soul
  3. Sunrise Shower
  4. Youphoria
  5. Pursuer
  6. Aenaku naru mae ni (会えなくなる前に)
  7. Ashita hareru kana (アシタハレルカナ)
  8. Moon Knows
  9. Run and Dive
  10. Sky Sky Sky
  11. Let's Play Tag
  12. Bad Relations
  13. Akegata no niji (明け方の虹)
  14. You Are Not My Angel
  15. My Formal Crisis
  16. The Story Has Not Ended Yet
  17. Tobikkiri no ai o komete (とびっきりの愛をこめて)
  18. Asagi-iro no yoru (浅葱色の夜)
  19. Someone's Sorrow
  20. He Is My Hero
  21. Yousei no kattou (妖精の葛藤)
  22. Kokoro no oku no kata e (心の奥の方へ)
  23. Ikemen desu ne Main Theme (美男ですね メインテーマ) (Strings ver.)
  24. Aenaku naru mae ni (会えなくなる前に) (Strings ver.)
  25. Akegata no niji (明け方の虹) (Strings ver.)


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Preceded by
(22/4/2011 - July 2011)
TBS Friday Drama
Fridays 22:00 - 22:54 (JST)
Succeeded by
Sengyou Shufu Tantei: Watashi wa Shadow
(21/10/2011 - 16/12/2011)