Stars Falling from the Sky

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Stars Falling From the Sky
Stars Falling From the Sky Poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Stars Falling From the Sky
Also known as Wish Upon a Star
Pick Up the Stars
Genre Romance
Written by Jung Ji-woo
Directed by Jung Hyo
Oh Jin-suk
Starring Choi Jung-won
Kim Ji-hoon
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 20
Location(s) Korea
Running time 70 minutes
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Production company(s) Shinyoung E&C Group
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original release 4 January (2010-01-04) – 14 July 2010 (2010-07-14)
Preceded by Temptation of an Angel
Followed by Oh! My Lady
External links
Korean title
Hangul 별을 따다줘
Revised Romanization Byeoreul Ttadajwo
McCune–Reischauer Pyŏrŭl Ttatachwŏ

Stars Falling From the Sky (Hangul별을 따다줘; RRByeoreul Ttadajwo; also known as Wish Upon a Star) is a 2010 South Korean television drama broadcast on SBS.[1][2]


Jin Pal-gang (Choi Jung-won) has worked at an insurance firm for five years, but she spends more than she makes and has racked up credit card debt. Loud-mouthed and rash, she has a pretty immature personality despite her 25 years of age and her life's greatest goal is to find a handsome, perfect man and live in married bliss. But she suddenly becomes the guardian for her five younger adopted siblings when her parents pass away.

Won Kang-ha (Kim Ji-hoon) is Pal-gang's co-worker and romantic interest, a sharp insurance company lawyer who was abandoned as a child and has trouble opening up to others - until he meets Pal-gang and her siblings.


Jin family

Won family

Jung family

Extended cast

  • Lee Doo-il as Kim Jang-soo
  • Park Hyun-sook as Han Jin-joo
  • Kim Ji-young as Choi Eun-mal
  • Jang Jung-hee as Pal-gang's office supervisor
  • Joo Ho as grocery lady's son
  • Seo Young as Min-ah
  • Na Hae-ri as secretary
  • Jo Won-suk
  • Min Ji-oh
  • Jun Jin-gi


The Jin siblings are named after colors in the Korean language.

  • ppal-gang = red
  • joo-hwang = orange
  • no-rang = yellow
  • cho-rok = green
  • pa-rang = blue
  • nam-i = indigo



  1. ^ Kang, Myoung-seok (29 December 2009). "PREVIEW: SBS TV series Wish Upon a Star". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-12-22. 
  2. ^ Oh, Jean (4 January 2010). "Six dramas revamping 2010 lineup". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2012-12-22. 

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