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[Drama 2018] Hundred Million Stars From the Sky / The Smile Has Left Your Eyes, 하늘에서 내리는 1억 개의 별

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21 minutes ago, jujuls said:

@Mau_Cherry omo your analysis could really fit. That could really explain everything. 

In episode 10 Tak tells JG that guy is really blessed. Thanks to you, he gets to see his daughter grow up every year.

 

If she really was the daughter of a murderer why would JG even bring her every year to the temple? I’m soo confused!

 

Thats line gave me a thrill if they really where siblings - but thinking further - i never really looked at it from the point of - this man could be two different mens.

 

I am bit excited to be honest - because the further I think the more it fits.

JG tried to find the murder of JK s Father - like that it would fit that he visit him year by year too - just because he talked with Tak about it that he shot someone never made sure that he shot this man. It could explain it a bit more too - that the police digged it all up - the man who was shot was just a murderer. And somehow gladly - even his son run away. No need to search for him after they closed the case - extremly when they knew he was a witness. It was so much easier to handle the case without the boy.

 

Oh damn - now my writer mind is in action - i have different scenes in my head...

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He wishes to be born again. I feel so sad for him again. The world must have been such a cruel place for him to live in for him to wish something like that. But I'm glad that he still has Jin Kang. At least, he has been genuinely happy and has loved at least once in his life. Sometimes, once is already enough. I cried during JK and JG's conversation. Indeed, he has been through a lot already but why is it that the world and the people around him just can't let him be? Now that JG has found out his identity, I hope that he would put his atonement not just in words but definitely by actions. For if you found out that the person whom you've been falsely labeling as the murderer is the son of the person whom you killed, isn't it more necessary that you seek for forgiveness from him? More so, you almost even killed him? Isn't it more that you should realize that you are one of the reasons why that person had just been existing so lost and lonely for a long time instead of living?

 

As to the drawing, I stick to my theory in my previous comments that the 4 persons there are: Moo Young's father, Moo Young, Jin Kang and Jin Kang's father. I do not know why and if it is just me, but I am so calm and optimistic with the thought that they are not siblings. Does anyone feel like me? Or maybe I am already past that stage already. I mean, I do not worry anymore whether they are siblings or not. I feel like I can already accept them as they are (and just skip the revelation scene when I rewatch it XD). But definitely, I will be truly sad especially with the thought of one or both of them dying. Yet, I just really want to enjoy their present moments and allow my heart to cherish it. I do not wish to think much of their tragic future. Tomorrow will worry about itself. At least, this is what I'm feeling as of the moment. P.S. I think MY will have no choice but to break his promises to JK in the coming episodes for he will already learn that it was JG who killed his father. I am not sure but that's the vibe that I'm getting from the preview.

 

I've posted this before already but this is still the vibe that I'm getting in case they change it. The 4 persons in the drawing are: Moo Young, MY's father, Jin Kang, and JK's father. Their fathers are friends and so are MY and JK during their childhood. Before the shooting incident, JK's father either 1.) abandoned or left JK, 2.) died  3.) was killed either intentionally or accidentally by MY's father or 4.) Jin Kang was kidnapped by MY’s father.  From either of these options, JK was adopted or became then a part of MY’s household.

 

Then, the shooting incident in Haesan happened. Jin Gook shoot MY's father  which unfortunately lead to his death to JG’s dismay. Both MY and JK are in the vicinity during the shooting incident as reflected in MY’s dreams . As they were rushing towards MY’s father who was shot, the kettle accident happened and thus explaining their connecting scars. Both were brought to the hospital but MY run away looking for  JK. MY narrated in a previous episode of his first memory, that he  walked endlessly as if  knowing that someone is waiting for him  This also explains why JG lost him aside from the fact that JG was so guilty to face him the first time he saw him in the hospital (as shown in a previous episode). Having experienced a very traumatic incident at a young age, both MY and JK lost their memories.  

 

Finding MY and JK in the same household and both kids losing their memories, JG and the police force assumed that they are siblings. Thus, thinking that the person he killed is also JK's father, he adopted JK but lost MY. On the other hand, MY was adopted by an older woman and later on was taken to the orphanage. 

 

At first, I was thinking that the other people in the picture could be indeed, MY's dongsaeng (who could be JK) and the female figure is his mother. But then, it seems to me that he doesn't even have a subconscious memory of his mother. He only always thinks of his father, whether in his dreams or in reality. In the previous episode, he said that his first memory was that he was endlessly walking as if “someone” was waiting for him. When JK asks him, “Who? Was it your mother?” He could not answer and just showed the drawing. In that scene, I feel like he never had experienced growing up with a mother. I think he also somehow mentioned this when they ate a meal together  after MY playfully asked JK to treat him. Thus, I think that “someone” is actually JK. And in the latest episode, JK appeared in his dream while he was endlessly walking.Thus again,  the female figure in the drawing is actually JK and not her mother for he did not grow up with a mother. 

 

Now putting up all the other pieces in the puzzle, the police officer that MY's been dreaming about is actually JG. While the man that was shot is actually his father. Also, the feeling he has that he was not actually abandoned but was lost pertains to JG not really abandoning him but losing him in the process.  MY and JK indeed know each other already way, way back. Thus, when he said in an earlier episode that it's already the 4th time that they've met since JK reminds him of his dongsaeng whom he is not sure of but he remembers subconsciously, that is actually JK. Besides, if I'm not mistaken, "dongsaeng" does not always necessarily mean a younger sibling. It could also refer to a friend or acquaintance who is younger than you. Also, if  the voice who always  calls him “Kim Moo Young” in his dreams is actually a little girl, that is  in fact JK also. That’s why MY said in the previous episode that he has quite a feeling that it is JK. And finally, when he said to JK in the previous episode the words "My brother looks mischievous, right?" I feel like that boy will turn out to be actually him, Moo Young himself (considering the mischievousness that he has been doing so far  haha but of course, I love him to the moon and all the  way to the hundred

million stars.).

 

P.S. I was thinking that JG’s opposition could be merely based on the option that MY’s father killed JK’s father. Thus, a bad blood and still a forbidden love. But JG’s opposition and fear is so so strong and besides, it will not portray the essence/originality of the drama. Still, it could either be of the 2 but I think that the theory that JG is not completely aware of their past stands more. Thus, I can say that when this version added another person in the drawing, that also means that they are adding a backstory that was not shown in the J-version. But still, either incestuous or not, and I will really really be sad, but I have a feeling that either one or both of them will die in the end like a hundred million stars falling from the sky.  Again, this is still my humble theory up to this moment although as I have said earlier, I think I can already accept it whatever the ending. My biggest worry now is that this drama is already about to end. I can’t let go so much so that I just want to grow old with them. 

llion stars.).

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When you think about the traumatic experience/s that Moo Young had been through as a child, you will come to understand why he was the way he was. Seemed heartless and void from any human emotions. As what the doctor said when he met little Moo Young's eyes, they were clear and empty. Imagine being that child with no memories at all, alone with no one by his side and with a big burn scar on your shoulder. That is just heartbreaking, scary and too painful for me to even imagine.

Moo Young is truly a sad character that's why I want him to have a happy ending. I really don't want him to die. I don't want this drama to have the same ending from the Japanese version. At least writer-nim give Moo Young and Jin Kang a happy ending in this Korean remake.

If it really turns out that JG killed MY's father and the reason he has been stopping JK from seeing MY is for his own sake then he would be the biggest hypocrite and ahole there ever is.

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5 hours ago, jujuls said:

After this episode I think i’ll Be watching all the episodes again cause I don’t understand the involvement of the doctor.

 

 

 

That part was super confusing for me as well because of the dialogue, but as I understood it:

 

1) Dr Yang lied in his book that he first met MY at a lake.

 

2) Instead Dr Yang met MY right after MY was burned. He was the doctor who treated his wounds.

 

3) Three days after he was admitted to the hospital, MY wanted to leave the place? And Dr Yang let him (worst adult decision ever?). 

 

4) Dr Yang met MY again 3 years after the hospital scene. I guess at that point Dr Yang already regretted his decision and was glad MY didn’t recognise him, so Dr Yang pretended meeting him for the first time.

 

@piekeboeboe From the screencaps you posted the second pair of shoes could belong to either a boy or a girl. My bet is still on Jin Kang. Brown trousers belong to child MY, right? That leaves green trousers to MY’s sibling. Isn’t it a coincidence that JK wears a lot of green clothes (and I mean a lot)?  

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This drama should have its timeslots for Friday/Saturday. It is IMPOSSIBLE to focus on work for these three days because they keep giving us episodes like this!! :vicx:

 

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Did anyone else feel a major sense of foreshadowing when MY said the lines "Even if I ever said I hated you, just know that it's definitely a lie."? It's kind of like in ep 11 when JK was taking pictures of their dinner & MY had a throwaway line saying "It's so difficult just to eat a meal" and next thing you know, he's shanked. So yeah, a bit of an understatement and a foreshadowing there. Lol.

 

Oh boy, as much as I'd love to see MooKang grow old together with a happily ever after, I'm almost positive this drama's going to end on an agonizing note. Like @aisling noted earlier, based on the title of this drama alone, something epic is going to happen at the end. And at this point, I'd rather both MY & JK die for some tragic reason rather than having the incest plot thrown in there. 

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If I remember correctly, in the J-version, the climax peaked very late in the game almost maybe just 20mins or so before the ending, and I wonder if it'll be the same in the Korean version. I kind of hope so since I'm greedy for more cute MooKang moments and hope it'll stretch as far as it can, plus if the crap really does hit the fan in the last twenty minutes of episode 16 then that would definitely be some epic and memorable ending right there. 

 

I've noticed how almost playful and childish the romance is playing out between MY & JK. We know that JK hasn't been in a relationship before so she's new and inexperienced, whereas MY is the polar opposite so it's even sweeter knowing that MY is slowing down and matching JK's level so that she's comfortable and never intimidated by him..

And I love that though they may get into their arguments, we don't have to wait a whole episode before they reconcile again. This reminds me of how when you watch young five or six year old children play together, they often get into silly fights and even push each other and cry, but a few minutes later they'll forget anything happened and go back to playing with one another and start afresh because their friendship is stronger than any argument.

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Same goes for MY & JK, no matter what hardship they go through, they'll always find their way back to one another like opposite ends of magnets or pieces of jigsaw puzzles who fit perfectly in line with each other like gloves on a hand. Or as the lyrics to the OST "Someday" puts it, they are each others' homes, and their hearts and hands will always be with the other.

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Inasmuch as I want a happy ending for our dear puppies MY and JK, I guess I shouldn't give myself false hopes since I came into this drama knowing full well the high probability of having a tragic storyline. And that's why just like @hoyund, I'd much rather see them die (like Romeo and Juliet) rather than go through the incest plot after all the intense romantic scenes and all. If it ends on a happy note, I'm afraid that it would ruin the overall mood of the show, which it has successfully established all throughout 12 eps. We're down to our last two weeks and I think I need a soju party to calm my poor heart down at the end of it all.

Btw, I've noticed how JG is becoming more and more like the MY in the earlier episodes of the drama with that empty and glazed look and his irrational choices. Also, for the first time in the series, I've been letdown by Tak in this episode. 

Lastly, DAMN THAT KISS! SCORCHING! This drama ups the temperature every single episode!


@hoyund hi! where could i find the lyrics to the ost? many thanks!

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Okay  so I'm rewatching some of my favorite scenes because I am so obsessed,  and I'm watching the scene in episodes 10 where MY shows JK the pic.

 

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Does anyone think JK might be the angel in the drawing? I mean if they were best friends or something couldn't he have drawn her as his "angel"? The angel is small like a child.

 

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Going to bed - and waking up with the mind on this Story....

 

One more thought of mine...

 

If really two mens died in the past - can it be that the police hide one story completly - and the man who looked like he commited suicide was JKs Father? If that is the case they even can give us a shock later in the Drama to let us really think they are siblings - but i don´t think so anymore.

 

And one more -

if they where really the son of the murder and the daughter of the victim they would not let the kids stay together in the hospital - so maybe the reason MY felt like he someone was waiting for him was from the start JK.

 

Maybe the Doctor got it all wrong too.

 

I fear the Moment when he finds the place with the Angel...

 

 

@kookiekrysp

 

No I don´t think she will be the angel - I more think it is a stature  -  to make sure they found the right place later.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, teachermok said:

 

I’m not any wiser after reading this. What do you guys think?

 

Well... even if they turn out to be the siblings... they’re still the ultimate OTP for me. They fell in love not knowing that and as a viewer their love moved my heart even though the ending might traumatise me for life.

 

The only thing that I’d hate to see is

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Jin Kang killing Moo Young without knowing the truth. That would be just too much for me to bear. 

 

In the original version Yuko though Ryo only used her to get a revenge on her brother, right? That he never loved her?

 

But in K-version Moo Young told her repeatedly that he didn’t remember anything before age 5, so I really hope JK wouldn’t think that he approached her with an ulterior motive in his. No, that would be just too much for me. If she killed him thinking he never loved her and only used her. If she killed him in order to protect JG only then to realise it wa JG’s fault from the very beginning.

 

That ending would scar me for life. 

 

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28 minutes ago, teachermok said:

 

They continued, “The drama has an underlying, heavy theme of ‘love will save people.’ With the theme of ‘love,’ it is a work that simultaneously tells the story of people. We’ve made an effort to portray the story of a man and woman who suffer with their individual emotional pains and overcome and grow from this through [the power of] love. We are putting constant thought into drawing an ending that truly highlights the underlying theme portrayed through the drama, while also displaying the original work’s strengths.”

 

from that article....

 

WOW - and here am I - hoping for the first time really for a happy end...

Can that be?

I believed they will not spare me from tagedy - but now I hope - and i hope sooooo desperatly!!!

 

 

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25 minutes ago, teachermok said:

The “underlying message of love” gives me a lot of hope but this is my first time encountering a drama given an official statement for its ending which is quite scarier than I thought. 

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Can anybody blame JK for not able to leave? How do you even walk away from the man like him?

 

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49 minutes ago, alivingparadox24 said:

The “underlying message of love” gives me a lot of hope but this is my first time encountering a drama given an official statement for its ending which is quite scarier than I thought. 

It seems like they are preparing us for the worst. 

At this point I don’t really care they are siblings, just let them live and be happy! 

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Then Japanese ending was unnecessary for me, I don’t see JK committing a murder especially after the fact that she knows that he didn’t remember his past.

 

JG also told JK that he stabbed him and he is willing to do worse. 

Don’t know anymore, why leave a statement? Cause we all know the ship is going to go down. We don’t always get a happy ending. Let’s prepare the Kleenex!!

@aisling thank u for your precious recap!

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