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My Love from the Star
You Who Came From the Stars Cover.jpg
Promotional poster
Also known as You Who Came from the Stars
Genre Romance
Science fiction
Written by Park Ji-eun
Directed by Jang Tae-yoo
Starring Jun Ji-hyun
Kim Soo-hyun
Park Hae-jin
Yoo In-na
Opening theme "Man From Star (Opening Title)"
Ending theme "My Destiny" by Lyn
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 21
Executive producer(s) Choi Moon-suk
Producer(s) Moon Bo-mi
Cinematography Lee Gil-bok
Jung Min-gyun
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 70 minutes
Production company(s) HB Entertainment
Original network SBS and regional affiliates
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release December 18, 2013 (2013-12-18) – February 27, 2014 (2014-02-27)
External links
Korean name
Hangul 별에서 온 그대
Revised Romanization Byeoreseo on geudae
McCune–Reischauer Pyŏresŏ On Kŭdae

My Love from the Star (Hangul별에서 온 그대; RRByeoreseo on geudae; literally You Who Came from the Stars) is a South Korean television series starring Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Soo-hyun, Park Hae-jin and Yoo In-na in lead. Written by Park Ji-eun, it is a romantic fantasy story about an alien who landed on Earth in the Joseon Dynasty and, 400 years later, falls in love with a top actress in the modern era.[1] It aired on SBS from December 18, 2013 to February 27, 2014 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 for 21 episodes;[2] the production company extended the original 20-episode run with one episode, due to high viewers' demand.[3]

This is the second collaboration between Kim and Jun, who previously worked together in the blockbuster heist film The Thieves.[4][5][6] It is also Jun's small screen comeback after 14 years.[7]

The series was a major hit in South Korea and received immense popularity across Asia. Jun won the Daesang (or "Grand Prize"), the highest award for television, at the Baeksang Arts Awards and the SBS Drama Awards, and as did Kim at the Korea Drama Awards.[8][9][10][11][12]


Do Min-joon (Kim Soo-hyun) is an alien that landed on Earth in the year 1609, during the Joseon Dynasty. As he tries to help a young girl, Yi-hwa, from falling off a cliff, he misses his trip back to his planet and is stranded on Earth for the next four centuries. He possesses a near-perfect appearance, enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing, and speed, and a cynical, jaded view regarding human beings. As time goes by, Min-joon is forced to take on a new identity every ten years, as his human appearance never ages.

In the present, he works as a college professor. With only three months left before his long-awaited departure back to space, he meets Cheon Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun), a famous Hallyu actress who suddenly becomes his next-door neighbour. Slowly, he finds himself entangled in Song-yi's crazy and unpredictable situations, and finds out that she looks like the young girl he fell in love with in the Joseon era. Min-joon tries to keep himself away from Song-yi as he needs to leave the planet, but often finds himself failing to do so.

However, Song-yi gets entangled in the dangerous game of Lee Jae-kyung (Shin Sung-rok), the elder brother of Lee Hee-kyung (Park Hae-jin), who has been her friend since middle school and is in love with her. Yoo Se-mi (Yoo In-na) is Song-yi's childhood best friend who has a crush on Hee-Kyung since middle school. Realizing her love is just one-sided, later Se-mi gives up her feeling on Hee-kyung and starts to focus on her career as an actress. As Jae-kyung tries to silence Song-yi, Min-joon finds himself saving her multiple times, and eventually, the neighbours fall for each other. But Jae-kyung turns out to be much more dangerous than Min-joon suspected, as he hurts Se-mi's older brother, who is investigating an actress murder case in which Jae-kyung is actively involved, and he also mysteriously starts to lose control of his powers. However, in the end, Jae-kyung finally gets what he deserves.



A top Hallyu star who is very blunt and believes that she is every man's type, until she meets her stoic neighbor, Do Min-joon. She soon develops feelings for him and tries to make him fall for her.
A very cold and distant being, he loved a girl who lived during the Joseon period for liking him as his true self, an alien. After the girl dies from saving him, he waits to return home. Living a lonely and isolated life for centuries, he one day meets Cheon Song-yi, a girl who at her young age, looked exactly like the one he cared for 400 years ago and whom he once saved.
Song-yi's childhood friend who has an unrequited love for her. He believes one day she will love him, but decides to back down for a while, supporting her through thick and thin as a true friend.
Song-yi's childhood best friend. Underneath her sweet demeanor and melodious leverage, she is actually envious of Song-yi and has had a crush on Hee-kyung for a long time. She later becomes famous after Song-yi's fall from the entertainment industry.


Hee-kyung's older brother, the potential heir of S&C Group. The main antagonist of the series, he is willing to do anything to silence Song-yi for a secret she knows about him.
  • Ahn Jae-hyun as Cheon Yoon-jae
    • Jeon Jin-seo as young Cheon Yoon-jae
Song-yi's younger brother, who first disapproves of her relationship with the neighbour but grows to likes Min-joon because of their shared interest in astronomy.
Min-joon's lawyer. When he was young, he was saved by Min-joon from a suicide attempt and found out about his identity. He has been a loyal friend of him ever since.
Se-mi's older brother. A young and enthusiastic prosecutor who investigates Han Yoo-ra's death. He gets to know about Do Min-joon's real identity.
A detective, who works together with Yoo Seok on the case of Han Yoo-ra.
  • Na Young-hee as Yang Mi-yeon, Song-yi's mother
  • Lee Il-hwa as Han Sun-young, Se-mi's mother
  • Hong Jin-kyung as Bok-ja, a comic book store owner and Song-yi's high school friend
  • Jo Hee-bong as President Ahn, CEO of Song-yi's talent agency
  • Kim Kang-hyun as Yoon Beom, Song-yi's manager
  • Kim Bo-mi as Min-ah, Song-yi's stylist
  • Um Hyo-sup as Cheon Min-goo, Song-yi's father
  • Lee Jung-gil as Lee Beom-joong, Hee-kyung and Jae-kyung's father, the chairman of S&C Group
  • Sung Byung-sook as Hong Eun-ah, Hee-kyung and Jae-kyung's mother
  • Lee Yi-kyung as Lee Shin, Jae-kyung's secretary
  • Jo Se-ho as Chul-soo, comic book store customer/unemployed neighbor 1
  • Nam Chang-hee as Hyuk, comic book store customer/unemployed neighbor 2
  • Kim Hyun-soo as Yi-hwa

Special appearances[edit]


As the protagonist of the series possesses superpowers, like the ability to teleport and stop time, special effects had to be employed. The crew used 60 small, special cameras for bullet time effect creation. The GoPro camera was installed in 180 degrees and "stopped" characters were filmed from various angles. The final scene is a montage of various smaller details and then enhanced digitally. This was the first time that HD cameras were used to produce a television series in South Korea.[21]

Among the filming locations were two newly built luxury buildings, Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park (DDP) and Boutique Monaco.[22] The Korea Tourism Organization later held a 3D exhibit at the DDP Art Hall from 10 June to 15 August 2014 which featured one of the house sets used, with the display rooms titled "Start," "Fate," "Shaking" and "Longing" in line with the plot of the drama.[23][24]


"My Destiny", the theme song of the drama performed by Lyn, became very popular in South Korea and peaked at number 2 on the Gaon Music Chart. A Sinhalese version entitled "Ananthayen Aa Tharu Kumara" performed by Radeesh Vandebona and Indeewari Hettiarachchi was released for the Sri Lankan release of the drama on 2 October 2015.[25]

My Love from the Star:
Original Sound Track
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released 26 February 2014
Genre Pop, K-pop, soundtrack, R&B
Label SBS Contents Hub
LOEN Entertainment
Disc 1:
1."My Destiny[26]"Lyn3:51
2."별처럼" (Like a Star)K.Will3:30
3."별에서 온 그대" (My Love from the Star)Younha3:19
4."안녕" (Hello / Goodbye)Hyorin3:35
5."I Love You"JUST4:00
6."오늘 같은 눈물이" (Tears Like Today)Huh Gak3:45
7."너의 모든 순간" (Every Moment of You)Sung Si-kyung4:00
8."너의 집 앞" (In Front of Your House)Kim Soo-hyun3:41
9."너의 모든 순간 (Piano Ver.)" (Every Moment of Yours (Piano Ver.))Sung Si-kyung4:02
Disc 2:
1."Man From Star (Opening Title)"Various Artists2:11
2."Back to the Present"Various Artists5:10
3."Cliff Tension"Various Artists4:39
4."Star Bach Comic"Various Artists1:37
5."Dark Fantasy"Various Artists3:13
6."Past Love"Various Artists3:10
7."Star Comic Pizzicato"Various Artists1:26
8."Dream Scenery I"Various Artists3:10
9."Dream Scenery II"Various Artists4:14
10."Mocha Comic Tension"Various Artists1:56
11."Tears In Minuet"Various Artists3:12
12."Missing You"Various Artists2:57
13."Beethoven Revolution"Various Artists4:00
14."Killing Tension I"Various Artists3:07
15."Killing Tension II"Various Artists1:42
16."Welcome to Earth"Various Artists3:33
17."Stars Comic Tension"Various Artists2:08
18."Waltz With Star"Various Artists2:06
19."Stars Love Mambo"Various Artists1:51
20."Space Love"Various Artists3:36
21."Run Away (Ending Title)"Various Artists2:26
1."약속" (Promise)Kim Soo-hyun4:01
Chart Performance
Year Title Peak chart positions Sales[27] Notes
K-Pop Hot100[28]
2013 "My Destiny" (Lyn) 2 2
  • KOR (DL): 1,181,221+
Part 1
2014 "Like a Star" (K.Will) 4 1
  • KOR (DL): 723,530+
Part 2
"My Love from the Star" (Younha) 12 9
  • KOR (DL): 429,874+
Part 3
"Hello" (Hyorin) 1 1
  • KOR (DL): 1,161,073+
Part 4
"I Love You" (JUST) 18 7
  • KOR (DL): 174,249+
Part 5
"Tears Like Today" (Huh Gak) 1 2
  • KOR (DL): 745,484+
Part 6
"Every Moment of You" (Sung Si-kyung) 2 2
  • KOR (DL): 1,260,644+
Part 7
"In Front of Your House" (Kim Soo-hyun) 3 4
  • KOR (DL): 421,198+
Part 8
"Promise" (Kim Soo-hyun) 12 13
  • KOR (DL): 129,949+
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.


My Love from the Star influenced Korean fashion, with clothes, accessories and make-up products worn by Jun Ji-hyun seeing an "unprecedented" surge in orders.[29][30] It also placed first as "Korea's most favorite program" in a poll conducted by Gallup Korea in February 2014, with 11.5 percent of the votes.[31] The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo, a children's novel, was propelled to the top of the bestseller lists in major Korean bookstores after the male protagonist repeatedly quotes from it throughout the series.[32]

Besides high viewership ratings in South Korea, the series also proved to be successful in China, where it became the most expensive Korean drama sold at US$35,000 per episode until it was surpassed by Descendants of the Sun in 2016.[33][34][35] It also became one of the most viewed streaming shows on Chinese platform iQiyi, where it was streamed more than 14.5 billion times from December 2013 to February 2014.[36] The series struck up a craze for chimaek (chicken and maekju), a popular Korean snack of chicken and beer, which is the favorite snack of the female protagonist. Despite declining chicken consumption in China due to fear of H7N9 bird flu, fried chicken restaurants in cities saw an increase in orders since the running of the show.[36][37] Meanwhile, Korean instant noodle maker Nongshim said sales in January and February 2014 ― while the drama aired ― rose to a record high in its more than 15-year history of business in China; this, too, was attributed to a scene in the drama where the couple enjoyed a bowl of noodles on a trip.[38]

TV professionals in China have likewise weighed in on the Korean drama's positive reception in their country. In an op-ed piece published by the China Daily, writer Xiao Lixin attributed its success to "great innovations in South Korean TV productions in terms of themes and narrative patterns," praising the plot as "logical and fast-paced" interspersed with "whimsy and romantic punch lines," and that "high-speed photography and computer-generated effects" helped "create a lifelike visual impact."[39] Yu Zheng, another writer, found My Love from the Star worthy of being studied, and thought the plot was "simple but has tension. A good combination of outdoor and indoor scenes."[37] Variety show director Pang Bo remarked that the makers of the series paid attention to technical details even in the shortest scenes involving special effects.[37] Chinese celebrities such as Zhao Wei and Gao Yuanyuan also followed and actively posted about the series on Sina Weibo, boosting its popularity.[36][37][40] The Washington Post reported in March 2014 that the Korean drama was discussed at China's National People's Congress, particularly in a committee of political advisory body Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), where it reportedly topped the agenda among delegates from the culture and entertainment industry.[41][42][43][44]


In the tables below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings[45] AGB Nielsen[46]
Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area Nationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 18 December 2013 15.5% 19.1% 15.6% 17.0%
2 19 December 2013 15.9% 18.5% 18.3% 20.5%
3 25 December 2013 17.2% 20.4% 19.4% 21.0%
4 26 December 2013 18.4% 20.8% 20.1% 22.1%
5 1 January 2014 21.0% 24.8% 22.3% 25.3%
6 2 January 2014 22.8% 28.2% 24.6% 27.8%
7 8 January 2014 22.1% 27.0% 24.1% 26.6%
8 9 January 2014 22.9% 29.1% 24.4% 27.4%
9 15 January 2014 21.8% 26.2% 23.1% 25.4%
10 16 January 2014 22.7% 28.3% 24.4% 27.1%
11 22 January 2014 23.3% 28.1% 24.5% 26.8%
12 23 January 2014 24.6% 29.0% 26.4% 28.2%
13 29 January 2014 24.3% 27.5% 24.8% 26.1%
14 5 February 2014 25.1% 30.7% 25.7% 27.8%
15 6 February 2014 24.5% 28.7% 25.9% 27.7%
16 12 February 2014 23.3% 28.0% 25.7% 28.1%
17 13 February 2014 25.6% 29.8% 27.0% 29.5%
18 19 February 2014 25.9% 30.8% 27.4% 29.9%
19 20 February 2014 26.0% 29.9% 26.7% 29.1%
20 26 February 2014 24.5% 29.3% 26.0% 28.0%
21 27 February 2014 28.1% 33.2% 28.1% 29.6%
Average 22.6% 27.0% 24.0% 26.2%
Special 7 February 2014 8.2% 9.4% 10.0% 11.5%
  • A 70-minute special episode aired on 7 February 2014 at 23:20 (KST) titled You Who Came from the Stars: the Beginning which recapped episodes 1 to 15 focusing on the love story Do Min-joon and Cheon Song-yi.[47]
Ratings in the Philippines

It aired on GMA Network from April 21 to June 30, 2014, on weeknights at 5:45 PM PST for 51 episodes.[48] Each episode runs 45 minutes including commercial breaks. A 150-minute special with the subtitle The Kilig Throwback recapped the episodes of each preceding week, and aired every Sunday from 18 May to 29 June 2014, at 10:45 AM, then later moved to 11:15 AM PST.[49] The entire series was dubbed in Filipino. It was the highest rated Korean drama in the Philippines for 2014.

Ratings in the Philippines
Episode # Broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[50] Kantar Media-TNS[51]
Mega Manila Nationwide
1 21 April 2014 16.6% 11.0%
2 22 April 2014 17.2% 12.1%
3 23 April 2014 19.0% 12.9%
4 24 April 2014 18.5% 12.5%
5 25 April 2014 19.0% 12.9%
6 28 April 2014 17.4% 11.7%
7 29 April 2014 19.6% 12.0%
8 30 April 2014 18.6% 11.1%
9 1 May 2014 17.9% 11.4%
10 2 May 2014 19.0% 12.3%
11 5 May 2014 19.5% 11.2%
12 6 May 2014 19.9% 12.4%
13 7 May 2014 19.3% 12.4%
14 8 May 2014 19.6% 12.0%
15 9 May 2014 19.0% 12.4%
16 12 May 2014 19.1% 11.7%
17 13 May 2014 18.5% 12.4%
18 14 May 2014 19.9% 13.6%
19 15 May 2014 20.0% 14.1%
20 16 May 2014 19.5% 14.1%
21 19 May 2014 18.8% 13.8%
22 20 May 2014 20.0% 13.4%
23 21 May 2014 20.0% 13.7%
24 22 May 2014 20.5% 13.9%
25 23 May 2014 21.1% 13.0%
26 26 May 2014 21.6% 13.0%
27 27 May 2014 21.6% 15.2%
28 28 May 2014 21.1% 14.2%
29 29 May 2014 22.5% 14.4%
30 30 May 2014 20.9% 13.9%
31 2 June 2014 21.4% 14.0%
32 3 June 2014 22.6% 14.3%
33 4 June 2014 20.7% 15.0%
34 5 June 2014 21.9% 14.9%
35 6 June 2014 21.4% 15.2%
36 9 June 2014 22.6% 14.7%
37 10 June 2014 23.4% 16.3%
38 11 June 2014 25.2% 15.9%
39 12 June 2014 26.1% 16.0%
40 13 June 2014 23.6% 16.3%
41 16 June 2014 22.9% 16.0%
42 17 June 2014 23.9% 16.5%
43 18 June 2014 24.8% 16.2%
44 19 June 2014 25.6% 16.9%
45 20 June 2014 23.6% 15.8%
46 23 June 2014 21.7% 14.7%
47 24 June 2014 22.9% 14.7%
48 25 June 2014 22.6% 14.9%
49 26 June 2014 27.4% 18.7%
50 27 June 2014 24.3% 16.9%
51 30 June 2014 19.1% 12.5%
Average 21.0% 13.9%
Special 18 May 2014 16.5% 11.0%
Special 25 May 2014 15.5% 11.2%
Special 1 June 2014 15.4% 10.9%
Special 8 June 2014 17.8% 11.9%
Special 15 June 2014 18.5% 12.1%
Special 22 June 2014 19.7% 12.4%
Special 29 June 2014 18.5% 11.9%
Special 6 July 2014 16.8% 12.9%
Average 17.3% 11.8%

Awards and nominations[edit]

International broadcast[edit]

Country Channel
 Brunei ONE TV ASIA[52]
 China Anhui Television
 Singapore ONE TV ASIA[52]
MediaCorp Channel U
 Malaysia ONE TV ASIA[52]
8TV (Malaysia)
Shuang Xing
 Indonesia ONE TV ASIA[52]
 Hong Kong TVB Drama 1
 Japan NHK General TV
NHK World Premium
 Myanmar Myanmar Television
 Peru Panamericana Television [56]
 Philippines GMA Network[57]
 Taiwan China Television
 Thailand Channel 7
 Vietnam HTV3 (November 3, 2014)[58]
 Cambodia Hang Meas HDTV
India India Puthuyugam TV[59]
 Sri Lanka Sirasa TV[60]
 Israel Viva Platina
 Romania Euforia TV
 Iraqi Kurdistan WAAR TV HD
 United States Viki
Sky Link TV
 Brazil Netflix
 Kazakhstan NTK
 Argentina Telefe
 Pakistan H Now Entertainment

Film version[edit]

Due to its popularity in mainland China, the series was re-edited into a two-hour feature-length film by Chinese production company Meng Jiang Wei, and was released in theaters in summer 2014.[62]


In 2014, an American remake was under development at American Broadcasting Company, to be written by Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain, and produced by HB Entertainment and EnterMedia Contents in association with Sony Pictures Television. Executive producers will be Craft and Fain, creator of the original series Park Ji-eun, CEO of HB Entertainment Moon Bo-mi, and Sebastian Lee and David Kim from EnterMedia Contents.[63]

A Philippine remake was broadcast and produced by GMA Network.[64] One of the top leading ladies in the Philippines, Jennylyn Mercado was tapped to portray Jun Ji-hyun's character, Steffi Cheon (Cheon Song-yi). On December 9, 2016, Filipino-Spanish model and first time actor Gil Cuerva was confirmed to be the leading man, replacing Alden Richards of AlDub, who was initially announced to star as the male lead but later turned down the role for another project. The series was under the direction of Bb. Joyce Bernal and was released on May 29, 2017.[65] My Love from the Star was a success in the Philippines after hitting high ratings and dubbed as "One of the most loved Korean drama in the Philippines".

In Thailand remake by Broadcast Thai Television Co., Ltd. and Channel 3, lead role by Nadech Kugimiya and Peranee Kongthai.[66]

Plagiarism suit[edit]

In a statement posted on her blog on 20 December 2013, author Kang Kyung-ok alleged that the series' concept was plagiarized from her 2008 comic book Seol-hee, claiming that the background, setup, jobs, and relationships between characters were similar.[67][68] The spokesperson from production company HB Entertainment denied the plagiarism charge, calling it "nonsensical" since the male protagonist in Kang's story is human, not an alien, and that screenwriter Park Ji-eun "had never read or heard of" Seol-hee. A representative from SBS told news outlets that the network would investigate the matter.[69] On 20 May 2014, Kang filed her lawsuit in court against Park Ji-eun and HB Entertainment, asking for ₩600 million in damages.[70] HB Entertainment responded that it was prepared to "strongly confront" the lawsuit with their own evidence and witnesses, calling the charges of plagiarism "synonymous to a death sentence" to creators which must be "eradicated."[71] Kang dropped her lawsuit on 3 July 2014 after an out-of-court settlement.[72]

Indonesian television network RCTI aired a TV series in 2014 titled Kau Yang Berasal Dari Bintang, first thought to be an authorized remake of My Love from the Star, but was then found to be a plagiarized version, with the Indonesian series having exactly the same set up and storyline as the Korean drama. In an interview with Korean media outlet TV Report, a representative from SBS Contents Hub said, "The drama was created without the obtainment of legal publication rights. You could view it as plagiarism. [...] While we were in the process of discussing the sale of legal publication rights with another Indonesian enterprise, this drama came out. We are in the midst of finding what course of action to take."[73][74]

In 2014, it was noted on the internet that the Thai television drama Praw (Thai: พราว) on Channel 7, lead role by Pachrapa Chaichua and Sukollawat Kanarot plagiarized this series.[75]


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