Boys Before Flowers F4 After Story

2009 South Korean television series

Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers (TV series) poster.jpg

Promotional poster

Also known equally Boys Before Flowers
Hangul
꽃보다 남자
Hanja
꽃보다 男子
Revised Romanization

Kkotboda Namja

McCune–Reischauer

Kkotpoda Namja

Genre
  • Romance
  • Comedy
  • Drama
Based on Boys Over Flowers

by Yoko Kamio
Written by Yoon Ji-ryun
Directed by Jeon Ki-sang
Starring
  • Ku Hye-sun
  • Lee Min-ho
  • Kim Hyun-joong
  • Kim Bum
  • Kim Joon
  • Kim So-eun
Opening theme “Paradise” by T-Max
Catastrophe theme
  • “Because I’g Stupid” past SS501
  • “Making a Lover” by SS501
Composer Oh Joon-sung (오준성)
State of origin South korea
Original language Korean
No.
of episodes
25
Production
Executive producer Kim Hyeong-il (KBS Drama Headquarters)
Producer Gwak Jeong-hwan (KBS Drama Operations Team)
Product locations
  • Republic of korea
  • Macau
  • New Caledonia
Production visitor Group 8
Distributor KBS
Release
Original network KBS2
Original release Jan 5 (2009-01-05) –
March 31, 2009 (2009-03-31)
Chronology
Related shows Meteor Garden
(2001, Taiwan)

Hana Yori Dango
(2005, Nihon)

F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers
(2021-2022, Thailand)

Kaisi Yeh Yaariyan (2014, India)


Boys Over Flowers

(Korean:
꽃보다 남자
; Hanja:
꽃보다 男子
; RR:
Kkotboda Namja
; MR:
Kkotpoda Namja
) is a 2009 S Korean television series starring Ku Hye-dominicus, Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum, Kim Joon and Kim And so-eun. Based on the Japanese shōjo manga series
Boys Over Flowers

(
花より男子
,

Hana Yori Dango
)

written by Yoko Kamio,[1]
the series tells a story of a working-class girl who gets tangled up in the lives of a grouping of wealthy immature men in her elite high school. Information technology aired for 25 episodes on KBS2 from January v to March 31, 2009.[2]
Information technology is often regarded as a pioneer in Korean loftier school series, too equally to have helped the proliferation of the “Korean Wave”. The serial earned high viewership ratings in South korea, and became a cultural phenomenon throughout Asia.[3]
[4]
Lee Min-ho’s role as the leader of F4 completely contrasted his function in
Mackerel Run, which earned him overseas popularity.[five]

Synopsis

[edit]

Shinhwa Grouping is one of South korea’s largest conglomerates and is headed by the strict and big-headed Chairwoman Kang Hee-soo (Lee Hye-young ). Her son Gu Jun-pyo (Lee Min-ho), heir to the Shinwha Group, leads the F4, the nearly popular and powerful grouping of boys at the prestigious Shinhwa Loftier School, an ultra-elite schoolhouse exclusive to the richest families in Korea. Yoon Ji-hu (Kim Hyun-Joong), So Yi-jung (Kim Bum), and Song Woo-bin (Kim Joon) —Jun-pyo’south best friends and rich heirs in their own correct—make up the remaining members of the grouping. When F4 bullies a boy to the verge of suicide, the poor but vivacious Geum January-di (Ku Hye-sun) saves his life. A photo of January-di’s heroics appears in the newspapers, resulting in media backlash from consumers against the Shinwha Group. Chairwoman Kang arranges for the commoner January-di to receive a scholarship to nourish the high school to gratify the outraged consumers. Jan-di’s family runs a dry cleaning business organization, and she lives in a small domicile with her parents, Geum Il-bong ( Ahn Suk-hwan) and Na Gong-joo (Im Ye-jin) , and her younger blood brother Geum Kang-san (Park Ji-bin).

Immediately, Jan-di dislikes her wealthy classmates and is disgusted by their obsession with the F4 boys. Irked past her strong-headed nature, Jun-pyo singles out Jan-di to bully, simply she refuses to cower and stands upwardly to him, even boot him in the face. She is the showtime person to stand up upwards to him and dislike him, which begins to intrigue him. Bored and lonely, he starts to play light-headed tricks on her and eventually begins to fall for her. Jun-pyo continues to encourage the students, led by a mean group of girls, to bully and torture Jan-di. She gets attacked with eggs and flour past the bullies. F4 member, Ji-hu gives her his handkerchief to assistance clean her upward, showing his compassionate side. He saves her from being attacked by a group of boys later schoolhouse. Every bit a result of his kind actions, Jan-di starts to develop feelings for Ji-hu just presently discovers that Ji-hu fosters a one-sided dear for Min Seo-hyun, a successful celebrity, model and lawyer-in-training and his childhood friend. The bullying continues equally Jun-pyo drags Jan-di to a school trip the light fantastic. The mean girls trick January-di into thinking the upshot is a costume political party, so she wears a Wonder Adult female outfit. They crusade her to autumn into the food table, covering her in wet food. Ji-hu and Seo-hyun rescue her from the humiliation, and Seo-hyun gives her a makeover. The belle of the ball, she dances with Ji-hu, making Jun-pyo jealous.

Seo-hyun befriends Jan-di and leaves for Paris to pursue her own career. Seeing how unhappy Ji-hu is, January-di convinces him to follow Seo-hyun. After Ji-hu leaves the land to pursue a relationship with Seo-hyun, Jan-di begins to grudgingly spend more time with Jun-pyo. He bullies her into a appointment, which she initially planned on skipping. Out of guilt for making Jun-pyo expect for her many hours in the snowfall, she agrees to spend time sightseeing and getting java with him, but they finish up getting locked in the skylift overnight. Jun-pyo writes a message on the wall commemorating his “first night” with Jan-di, which she sees later and thinks is sweet. Afterward, Jun-pyo declares to the school that she is his girlfriend. By this time, he has grown on Jan-di. Although she thinks he can be overbearing, she realizes that he is really sweet and acts out because of his lonely childhood.

Presently later, Jan-di’s only friend at school, Oh Min-ji, takes her to a lodge. She has been secretly obsessed with Jun-pyo and was upset that he declared feelings for Jan-di. At the club, Min-ji takes pictures of January-di lying unconscious in bed with a guy. When the photos are leaked to the media, Jun-pyo is outraged and believes that Jan-di has been adulterous on him. His fans and crowd of adoring classmates again bully and abuse Jan-di. The residual of the F4 aid Jan-di place the source of the drama. Min-ji reveals her involvement with the photos to Jun-pyo. It is revealed that she and Jun-pyo have been classmates since kindergarten and that Min-ji has long been trying to win his attending past undergoing cosmetic surgery. Jun-pyo shuns Min-ji for betraying her friend and rushes to save Jan-di, who is still being attacked past bullies. He apologizes for doubting her, and their bond grows stronger. Even after being then horrible to her, Jan-di stands up for Min-ji, and they eventually make upwards.

Ji-hu returns to Korea, causing Jan-di to experience confused almost her feelings. While Jun-pyo relentlessly tries to shower her with amore, she is increasingly distracted by Ji-hu. During a weekend trip on a private island, they spend fourth dimension together. She has an accident swimming and Ji-hu rescues her because Jun-pyo cannot swim considering of an accident from the past. This upsets Jun-pyo. Afterward, when she has trouble sleeping, Jan-di takes a walk on the beach, where she sees a sad Ji-hu. She comforts him nearly his past love for Seo-hyun, only he surprises her by declaring his feelings for her and kissing Jan-di. Jun-pyo walks in on her sharing a kiss with Ji-hu and expresses his hurt in a rage, punching Ji-hu in distress. The side by side morning, he leaves the isle and becomes reclusive, causing Jan-di to feel guilty. She realizes that she has feelings for Jun-pyo and declares them when Jun-pyo feigns a pond accident. She rescues him, realizes he is playing with her and gets cross with him. In the meantime, her best friend Chu Ga-eul bonds with F4 member Then Yi-jung, and she develops a vanquish on him. Ji-hu loves Jan-di simply lets her go because he cares for his friend Jun-pyo and knows that Jan-di will help him become a better man.

When Jun-pyo’s female parent, Chairwoman Kang, learns of Jun-pyo’southward human relationship with Jan-di, she attempts to humiliate January-di and her family unit due to their social status. Jan-di perseveres and finds a friend in a male model, who helps her earn money by modeling for a mag. The photos are suspiciously sexy, angering Jun-pyo every bit he feels hurt past Jan-di seeking aid from someone else, particularly a gorgeous man. Jan-di is kidnapped by the model, who reveals that he is the younger blood brother of the student whose suicide Jan-di had prevented, and he seeks revenge. The model tries to kiss Jan-di while she is unconscious. Jun-pyo arrives alone to rescue January-di, but the model has him beat up in front of a tied-upwardly January-di. The model tries to force Jun-pyo to promise never to see January-di, a request he refuses. Jun-pyo is beaten to within an inch of his life. In a rage, the model attacks him with a chair, but Jan-di throws herself in the way and then the chair hits her instead. The pair are rescued by the F4 members. The injury that Jan-di sustained from the incident prevents her from swimming in the future.

Afterward Jun-pyo’s begetter falls ill, his mother forces him to brainstorm training to lead the Shinhwa Grouping. He leaves the urban center, turns cold toward his friends and Jan-di, and begins to accompany his mother to formal events. After half dozen months, Jan-di and F4 pursue him and try to convince him to break complimentary; however he turns them away. Plotting to keep the altitude between her son and Jan-di, Chairwoman Kang arranges Jun-pyo’s date to the heiress Ha Jae-kyung. Jan-di approaches Jun-hee, Jun-pyo’southward loving older sister, for finding work, and she becomes Jun-pyo’due south personal maid. Information technology is evident that both Jun-pyo and January-di still love each other. Fifty-fifty though Jae-kyung falls in honey with Jun-pyo and tries to win him over, she presently realizes that her efforts are in vain, and during their wedding ceremony, she refuses to marry Jun-pyo. Jae-kyung states that she will experience guilty that she was standing in the way of a relationship that was meant to exist.

January-di and Jun-pyo reunite merely for Jan-di to leave the city due to her friends being threatened by his mother. Jun-pyo is heartbroken and gets into trouble with the police. Later that calendar week, he gets into a motorcar accident while trying to relieve Ji-hu’south life. Jun-pyo tells Ji-hu to take care of Jan-di, knowing that Ji-hu loves Jan-di too. Jun-pyo survives the blow but loses his memories, including those of Jan-di. Encouraged by her mother to pursue her center, Jan-di returns to Jun-pyo only is saddened that he cannot recall who she is. Afterward asking him to try to remember her name, she falls into a pool as he watches, causing him to be flooded by memories of them saving each other from drowning. He calls out her name and rescues her and they unite one time once more. Although he asks her to ally him, they decide it is all-time to pursue their private dreams first. Jun-pyo leaves for America, where he furthers the Shinhwa Group and becomes a successful businessman.

Four years afterwards, Ji-hu graduates medical school and nonetheless has feelings for Jan-di. Jan-di is a tertiary-twelvemonth medical student, while Yi-jung is a successful architect and returns from Sweden for Ga-eul, who has become a teacher who teaches pottery to kids. Jun-pyo arrives in a helicopter and proposes to Jan-di at the beach side; the balance of the F4 arrive at the same time and they all walk aslope the embankment, smiling happily.

Cast

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Main

[edit]

Actor Drama graphic symbol Manga graphic symbol Characteristics
Ku Hye-sun Geum January-di

(금잔디)
Tsukushi Makino A dry out cleaner’s daughter, who is offered a scholarship to attend the prestigious Shinhwa High School. Her name translates as “lawn/grass”. Headstrong, optimistic, stubborn, and kind-hearted, Jan-di readily stands up for her friends when they are existence bullied. She gets on Jun-pyo’s bad side when she stands upwardly to him, but he soon professes his feelings for her. She also seems to initially like, fall in love with Ji-hu. But after many complications in her life she realises that she loves Gu Jun-pyo wholeheartedly.[six]
[7]
Lee Min-ho Gu Jun-pyo

(구준표)
Tsukasa Domyoji The leader of the F4 and heir to the Shinhwa Grouping, one of the biggest companies in South Korea. His female parent is a roughshod adult female who believes that only beneficial relationships are allowed. He is hot-tempered and believes that there is nothing that money can’t buy. Though he’s unable to express his feelings, deep down, he has a eye of gold. He always try to protect Jan-di even if it ways pain his own feelings. He torments January-di afterwards she stands upwards to his bullying ways, but ends up falling in love with her and does everything to protect her.[half dozen]
[seven]
Kim Hyun-joong Yoon Ji-hu

(윤지후)
Rui Hanazawa A member of the F4 and the grandson of a former president of Korea. He has a driving phobia after beingness involved in a car blow that killed his parents and left him the only survivor. He is initially in beloved with his babyhood friend Seo-hyun, who helped him overcome his social feet. Calm and gentle, his musical talent catches January-di’due south attending and she begins to develop feelings for him. Later on spending time with Jan-di of his returning he falls in love with Geum Jan-di. He tries to express information technology several times but Jan-di refused. Simply he loves her till the end.[6]
[7]
Kim Bum So Yi-jung

(소이정)
Sojiro Nishikado A member of the F4 and a skilled potter. His family owns the state’s biggest art museum. After losing his first beloved to his blood brother, he becomes a womanizer. He eventually changes his playboy ways when he realizes that he likes Ga-eul, Jan-di’s best friend.[6]
[7]
Kim Joon Song Woo-bin

(송우빈)
Akira Mimasaka A member of the F4, his family runs the country’s largest construction visitor, which Woo-bin later admits has strong connections to organized crime. He also likes to mess around with girls since he was hurt past a previous woman in his life. However, he has excellent business sense and is very charismatic.[7]
Kim So-eun Chu Ga-eul

(추가을)
Yuki Matsuoka She is Jan-di’s best friend. She is quite devoted towards her friendship with Jan-di. Forth with the series she later develops romantic feelings towards And then Yi-jung.

Supporting

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Actor Drama Character Manga character Characteristics
Im Ye-jin Na Gong-joo

(나공주)
Chieko Makino She is Jan-di’due south mother. Desperate to go Jan-di married to a rich man, she forces Jan-di to attend Shinhwa High School.
Ahn Suk-hwan Geum Il-bong

(금일봉)
Haruo Makino He is Jan-di’s male parent. Although a loving father, he brings financial issues to the family.
Han Chae-young Min Seo-hyun

(민서현)
Shizuka Todo Ji-hu’s first dearest.
Lee Si-immature Oh Min-ji

(오민지)
Sakurako Sanjo She at first seems to be Jan-di’s only friend at school, just afterwards betrays her.
Kim Hyun-joo Gu Jun-hee

(구준희)
Tsubaki Domyoji She is Gu Jun-pyo’s elder sister. As the elder child, it cruel upon Gu Jun-hee to enhance Jun-pyo as their parents were largely absent. She did then through aggressiveness, which included striking and kick him. She is the only person who can control him, as he listens to her. She also defies their mother by openly supporting his relationship with Jan-di, and they become close friends.
Lee Hye-young Kang Hee-soo

(강희수)
Kaede Domyoji She is Jun-pyo’s mother. A leading businesswoman in Republic of korea, she uses a number of methods to separate January-di and Jun-pyo (a technique which she used to successfully destroy Gu Jun-hee’s relationship with her beau many years before).
Lee Min-jung Ha Jae-kyung

(하재경)
Shigeru Okawahara She is Jun-pyo’s fiancée. She is a stiff-willed girl who is pressured into an arranged marriage with Jun-pyo by both of their families in order to merge companies. She asks to be Jan-di’s friend and January-di cannot say no. Ha Jae-kyung does all she tin can to get Jun-pyo to love her, but gives up when she knows that he will always love Jan-di.

Extended

[edit]

  • Park Ji-bin as Geum Kang-san (금강산), January-di’s younger brother
  • Kim Ki-bang every bit Bom Choon-sik (봄춘식), January-di and Ga-eul’s dominate
  • Jung Ho-bin [ko]
    every bit Jeong Sang-rok (정상록), Jun-pyo’s mother’s secretary
  • Song Suk-ho as Butler Lee, Jun-pyo’due south family’s butler
  • Kim Young-ok as Jun-pyo’south family unit’s caput maid
  • Seo Min-ji every bit Jang Yu-mi (장유미)
  • Lee Jung-gil equally Yoon Seok-young (윤석영), Ji-hu’s grandfather
  • Lim Ju-hwan every bit So Il-hyun (소일현), Yi-jung’south older brother
  • Park Soo-jin equally Cha Eun-jae (차은재), Yi-jung’s first love
  • Gook Ji-yun [ko]
    as Choi Jin-hee (최진희) (aka Ginger)
  • Jang Ja-yeon as Park Sunday-ja (박선자) (aka Sunny)
  • Min Young-won as Lee Mi-sook (이미숙) (aka Miranda)
  • Jung Eui-chul as Lee Min-ha (이민하) / Lee Jae-ha (이재하). He also falls for Geum Jan-di for her behaviour.

Source: HanCinema

Original soundtrack

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Boys Over Flowers

Original Sound Track Part 1
Soundtrack album by

Various Artists

Released January eight, 2009
Genre Thou-pop
Part 1[8]
No. Title Creative person Length
1. “Paradise” T-Max 4:23
two. “Because I’1000 Stupid” SS501 4:xx
3. “Do You Know?” Someday 4:12
4. “Stand By Me” Shinee iv:05
5. “Lucky” Ashily 4:00
half-dozen. “Starlight Tear” Kim Yoo-kyung four:04
7. “Some” Seo Jin-young 4:42
eight. “One More than Time” Tree Bicycle 4:23
9. “I Know (Saxophone Inst.)” Oh Jun-seong and Lee Jung-sik ii:04
x. “Dance With Me (Inst.)” Oh Jun-seong one:47
xi. “Blue Blossom (Inst.)” Oh Jun-seong one:46
12. “So Deplorable (Inst.)” Oh Jun-seong 2:05
13. “Principal Title (Paradise Intro)” Oh Jun-seong and T-Max 0:51
Full length: 42:42
Boys Over Flowers

Original Audio Track Part 2
Soundtrack album by

Various Artists

Released March 6, 2009
Genre M-pop
Part two[9]
No. Title Artist Length
1. “Say Yes” T-Max 3:28
two. “Wish Ur My Love” T-Max feat. J 4:48
3. “Yearning Centre/feeling something” A’ST1 3:06
iv. “Making A Lover” SS501 3:13
5. “What Do I Practice” Jisun four:02
six. “Love Is Burn down” Kara three:20
7. “Beloved U” Howl three:41
eight. “Something Like Dearest” Brand New Twenty-four hours four:xxx
9. “Tears Are Falling” Lee Sang-gon 4:10
x. “Cellogic” Kim Young-min 2:04
11. “Approach” Dong Yo 1:40
12. “Foreign Sun” Diverse artists three:40
13. “For The Sake Of Dear” Park Hye-ri 2:02
Total length: 43:44

Reception

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Elle Mag ranked
Boys Over Flowers
#6 (out of 10) on the Oct 2020
10 Best K-Dramas To Binge-Watch On Netflix
listing.[x]

Boys Over Flowers
attracted loftier viewership ratings and buzz throughout South Korea during its circulate in 2009.[11]
The cast members became household names and shot to distinction overnight, and after the series concluded, several of them became the faces of various endorsements and advertisements.[
citation needed
]

The prove is credited with launching the career of its lead role player, Lee Min-ho, who had previously appeared in a small number of low-budget loftier school dramas.[12]

During its broadcast, the series influenced South Korean men to take their appearances more seriously to copy the metrosexual or “pretty boy epitome” (kkotminam, lit. “men as beautiful as flowers”) of the F4 characters in the drama. This led to an increase in South Korean males wearing cosmetics, preppy and prowl outfits, and clothing in traditionally more feminine styles similar the color pink and floral prints.[13]

The drama’s local filming locations became tourist attractions, such equally the Damyang Dynasty Land Club in Southward Jeolla Province; Ragung Hanok Hotel in Silla Millennium Park in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province; Hilton Namhae Gilt & Spa Resort in South Gyeongsang Province; Grand Hyatt Seoul water ice rink; Lotte Hotel World’due south Emerald Room; Farmer’s Tabular array in Heyri; and Yangpyeong English Village. The overseas locations featured such equally New Caledonia and Macau besides became sought-subsequently holiday destinations.[fourteen]
[15]

The series’ international popularity extended to Japan,[xvi]
Thailand,[17]
Vietnam, Singapore, Bharat, Nepal, Malaysia, Taiwan,[18]
Sri Lanka,[xix]
and Zambia among others. The cast members held various sold-out events across Asia, such as concerts and fan meetings.[20]

The Seoul chapter of the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) criticized the serial for beingness the epitome of materialism and the Cinderella complex, maxim it sets a bad example for Korean dramas past depicting school violence, and teenagers indulging in pleasure and prejudice toward others based on their appearance and social class. The YWCA report likewise singled out the leading female character (Geum January-di) for existence passive and dependent.[21]

Ratings

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In this tabular array,

the blue numbers

correspond the lowest ratings and

the blood-red numbers

stand for the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast engagement Average audition share
AGB Nielsen[22] TNmS
Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
i January five, 2009
13.7%

thirteen.8%

fourteen.three%

14.4%
2 January half dozen, 2009 16.ane% xv.9% 17.half-dozen% 17.iv%
3 Jan 12, 2009 18.two% 17.2% 20.8% 21.ane%
4 Jan 13, 2009 17.seven% 17.8% 21.4% 21.6%
5 Jan 19, 2009 22.2% 21.4% 24.8% 24.3%
6 January xx, 2009 23.2% 23.0% 24.8% 24.six%
seven January 26, 2009 18.1% 17.iv% nineteen.five% 19.1%
8 Jan 27, 2009 22.vi% 22.one% 25.9% 25.iii%
9 Feb 2, 2009 25.eight% 24.9% 29.7% 29.4%
x February three, 2009 26.7% 25.6% 30.v% 30.2%
11 Feb 9, 2009 26.two% 25.six% 31.five% 31.8%
12 February 10, 2009 27.half-dozen% 27.0% 31.iv% 31.2%
13 Feb sixteen, 2009 27.6% 27.vii% 31.five% 31.five%
14 February 17, 2009 27.7% 26.viii% 31.9% 32.0%
fifteen February 23, 2009 29.2% 28.5% 32.4% 32.3%
16 February 24, 2009 30.1% 30.0% 33.ii% 32.9%
17 March three, 2009 26.6% 27.3% 29.9% thirty.6%
18 March ix, 2009
32.9%
33.3%
35.v%

35.7%
19 March 10, 2009 26.6% 26.3% 31.ii% 31.3%
xx March xvi, 2009 30.half dozen% 31.2% 32.half dozen% 31.half-dozen%
21 March 17, 2009 30.viii% 31.1% 33.6% 33.8%
22 March 23, 2009 29.9% 30.8% 31.8% 32.four%
23 March 24, 2009 thirty.3% 31.7% 31.viii% 31.6%
24 March 30, 2009 29.0% 30.i% xxx.ii% 29.2%
25 March 31, 2009 32.7%
33.5%
34.8% 34.9%
Boilerplate
25.seven%

25.6%

28.5%

28.four%

Awards and nominations

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Year Award Category Recipient Result
2009

45th Baeksang Arts Awards[23]

Best New Actor Lee Min-ho Won
Popularity Award Kim Hyun-joong Won
Lee Min-ho Nominated

14th Asian Television Awards

Best Drama Thespian Nominated
All-time Drama Actress Ku Hye-sun Nominated

3rd Mnet 20’s Selection Awards

Hot Male Drama Star Lee Min-ho Nominated
Kim Bum Nominated
Hot Female Drama Star Ku Hye-sun Nominated
Hot Character (“Gu Jun-pyo”) Lee Min-ho Nominated

quaternary Seoul International Drama Awards[24]

Pop Drama Boys Over Flowers Won
Popular Histrion Lee Min-ho Nominated
Kim Hyun-joong Won

Cyworld Digital Music Awards[25]

Song of the Month (February) “Because I’m Stupid” – SS501 Won
All-time OST Won

11th Mnet Asian Music Awards

Best OST Won

Bugs Music Awards

Best TV Drama Song of the Year Won

2nd Korea Junior Star Awards

All-time New Actor in a TV Drama Kim Hyun-joong Won

KBS Drama Awards[26]

Top Excellence Award, Actress Ku Hye-sun Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Mid-length Drama Lee Min-ho Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Mid-length Drama Ku Hye-sun Won
All-time New Thespian Lee Min-ho Won
Kim Hyun-joong Nominated
Kim Bum Nominated
Best New Extra Kim So-eun Won
Best Immature Actor Park Ji-bin Nominated
Netizen Honor, Actress Ku Hye-sun Won
Popularity Award, Actor Lee Min-ho Nominated
Kim Hyun-joong Nominated
Best Couple Award Lee Min-ho and Ku Hye-sun Won
Kim Hyun-joong and Ku Hye-sun Nominated

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External links

[edit]

  • Official website (in Korean)
  • Boys Over Flowers
    on KBS World
  • Boys Over Flowers
    at IMDb




Sumber: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boys_Over_Flowers_(TV_series)

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