Shut Up Flower Boy Band Netflix

2012 South Korean television set series

Blossom Band
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Promotional poster

Also known every bit Shut Up & Let’s Get[1]
Genre Teen

Romance

Music
Written by Seo Yoon-hee
Directed by Lee Kwon
Starring Sung Joon

Jo Bo-ah

L

Jung Eui-chul

Kim Min-seok
Opening theme Wake Up
Country of origin Republic of korea
No.
of episodes
16
Production
Production companies Oh!Boy Project
CJ E&Thou
Release
Original network tvN
Original release January 30 (2012-01-thirty) –
March xx, 2012 (2012-03-20)
Chronology
Related shows Cool Guys, Hot Ramen

My Cute Guys

Dating Agency: Cyrano


Flower Band

[2]
[3]
(Korean:
닥치고 꽃미남 밴드
; RR:
Dakchigo Kkonminam Baendeu
;
lit.
Shut Upward Flower Boy Band

is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Sung Joon, Jo Bo-ah, Fifty, Jung Eui-chul, Lee Hyun-jae, Yoo Min-kyu, and Kim Min-seok.[iv]
It is a coming-of-age story about a high school rock band dealing with friendship, rivalry, romance and their passion for music.[v]
The series aired on tvN from Jan thirty to March 20, 2012 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 (KST) for sixteen episodes.[6]

The series is the second installment of tvN’s “Oh! Boy” series of Flower Male child programming targeted at the teenage demographic, preceded past
Flower Boy Ramyun Shop
in 2011 and followed with
Flower Boys Adjacent Door
in 2013 and
Dating Bureau: Cyrano
in 2014.[seven]
[viii]

Yoo Min-kyu was cast after winning tvN’due south reality audition program
Blossom Boy Casting: Oh! Boy. 50 is from male child band Infinite, Lee Hyun-jae is from indie rock ring Mate, Kim Min-seok and Kim Ye-rim were contestants on reality talent show
Superstar K3.[nine]

Synopsis

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Joo Byung-hee (Lee Min-ki) is the crazy, gratis-spirited leader and vocaliser of the popular underground rock group, Center Processed. Joining him is Kwon Ji-hyuk (Sung Joon), chic Lee Hyun-soo (L), playboy Kim Ha-jin (Yoo Min-kyu), silent Jang Do-il (Lee Hyun-jae) and baby-faced Seo Kyung-jong (Kim Min-seok). When their delinquent-ridden schoolhouse is forced to close down, they debate whether it’southward fifty-fifty worth returning to high school at all. Still, due to an outside confrontation with their new schoolhouse’s current ruling ring, Strawberry Fields, Heart Candy decides to attend Jungsang High out of spite so they can rule the school in one case again. Joo Byung-Hee finds his muse in Jungsang High Schoolhouse and dreams of performing in a music festival. They overcome their diverse economical difficulties to earn themselves the Jungsang Loftier School compatible and finally are able to enter. By taking inspiration from his blossoming relationship, Byung-hee finally finishes his composition for the festival. Tensions flare betwixt Middle Processed and Strawberry Fields, leading to violent encounters.

When Byung-Hee receives an apology from the members of Strawberry Fields and an offering to replace the pulsate kit that they had previously wrecked, he goes alone to collect the kit. The members of Strawberry Fields instead take the opportunity to attack Byung-hee and beat him with a metallic rod, including giving him a serious head wound. Ji-hyuk, Hyun-soo, Ha-jin, Do-il and Kyung-jong discover the state of affairs and reach Byung-hee, only to witness his death every bit he is struck by a truck as he staggers across a road to reach them.

The story of Center Candy is forced to continue without their impulsive leader equally they struggle to realise their and Byung-hee’s dreams.

Bandage

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Main

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  • Sung Joon as Kwon Ji-hyuk[10]
    [11]
Position: Leader, Vocals, Guitarist
The automatic leader of Eye Candy subsequently Joo Byung-hee’s death.[12]
He vicious in honey with Im Soo-ah just keeps their human relationship hidden from his bandmates as he feels that he is betraying Byung-hee.[13]
He was raised past his grandparents after his mother abandoned him as kid.
  • Jo Bo-ah equally Im Soo-ah[14]
    [15]
    [16]
    [17]
She is the soft-spoken girl of a wealthy man of affairs who’southward gone broke. Every bit a result, she is forced to moved to a poorer neighborhood and coincidentally lives across Kwon Ji-hyuk. She receives a lot of help from him throughout her difficult times and their relationship develops. She is Yoo Seung-hoon’s childhood friend, and Joo Byung-hee’southward muse.
  • Fifty (Kim Myung-soo) every bit Lee Hyun-soo[eighteen]
Position: Guitarist
Nicknamed the Ice Prince. Lee Hyun-soo tends to have a short temper and comes off as a mean guy. He spends majority of his time practicing his guitar skills while caring for his little sister.
  • Lee Hyun-jae as Jang Do-il[nineteen]
    [20]
Position: Drummer
Jang Practise-il is the son of a powerful mob dominate. Different his father, he is serenity, kind, and perhaps overly serious. Practice-il keeps his private life subconscious, which leads people to believe that he is very mysterious. He has a secret, ane-sided shell on Bang Woo-kyung.
  • Yoo Min-kyu as Kim Ha-jin[21]
    [22]
Position: Bassist
He is a notorious playboy and claims he joined the band in order to meet girls. Ha-jin has a beat on Kim Ye-rim, all the same his feelings are not reciprocated.
  • Kim Min-suk equally Seo Kyung-jong[23]
Position: Keyboard
He claims that he joined the ring in social club to earn coin. He is the shortest out of all the members and appears to exist younger though they are all in the same grade. He is funny and kind, sometimes noisy and brings much cheer to the group. Although all the band members are close, Kyung-jong’s best friend is Kim Ha-jin.

Supporting

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  • Jung Eui-chul as Yoo Seung-hoon
Yoo Seung-hoon is the leader and pianist of Strawberry Fields, and rival of Eye Candy. He has been friends with Im Soo-ah since childhood, and has had a crush on her for a long time. Finding information technology hard to have that Soo-ah only likes him as a friend, he becomes jealous of Kwon Ji-hyuk.
  • Lee Min-ki every bit Joo Byung-hee[24]
    [25]
Position: Leader, Vocals, Guitarist
The original leader of Eye Candy. He is charismatic and in the starting time, is the soul of Eye Processed. He met his demise afterwards being hitting past a truck during a fight involving Strawberry Fields and himself.[26]
  • Kim Jung-min every bit Blindside Woo-kyung
A longtime friend and support to the band, she has a crush on Kwon Ji-hyuk and ever sticks up for his interests even if it ways blaming the rest of the ring.
  • Kim Ye-rim as Ye-rim[27]
A solo artist at the same bureau as Eye Candy. Afterward her car most hits Lee Hyun-soo, causing his hand to be cut by a glass shard, she develops a crush on him.[28]
[29]
[30]
  • Kim In-seo as Yoo Hae-ri
Yoo Seung-hoon’due south elderberry sister. She is the CEO of HR Entertainment, the bureau which signs Heart Candy.
  • Ma Dong-seok as Teacher / Silba
  • Kim C as Rock Kim[31]
Stone fable. As well a close friend of Silba’s.
  • Kwak Jung-wook every bit Jung Maro
Strawberry Fields’ guitarist. Has a logical personality, to the point of existence unfeeling.
  • Kim Hyun-joon as Park Pyo-joo
Strawberry Fields’ bassist. He hired bodyguards to beat upward Joo Byung-hee, which led to Byung-hee getting striking by a truck as he’due south running away. He fears revenge from the Eye Candy boys, but Yoo Seung-hoon snaps him out of it and he over again becomes a cocky jerk.
  • Kim Hyo-suk (Led Apple) as Strawberry Fields’ drummer
  • Jung Jin-an as Jo Deo-mi
Im Soo-ah’s best friend. Information technology is hinted that she may like Yoo Seung-hoon because she keeps urging Soo-ah to engagement him.
  • — as Lee Da-som
Lee Hyun-soo’s younger sis who suffers from a serious illness. She needs constant medical attention and Hyun-soo takes on the responsibility of caring for her while their parents work during the nighttime. She is very fond of Kwon Ji-hyuk.
  • Dong Hyun-bae equally Sharks gang dominate[32]
    [33]
  • Kim Sung-hoon as Jang Do-il’south father.
He is a well-respected cloak-and-dagger triad leader.
  • Yum Jung-ah as Kwon Ji-hyuk’s mother (cameo, ep 15)[34]
She abandoned Ji-hyuk when he was a child, and their relationship is very distant.
  • Kim Min-immature as Eun-in

Original soundtrack

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Flower Band:

Original Sound Track
Soundtrack album by

Various Artists

Released March 22, 2012 (2012-03-22)
Genre Pop, K-pop, soundtrack, rock
Label CJ E&Thousand
No. Championship Creative person Length
1. “Wake Upwards”
(Prologue)
Lee Je-hak[35]
two. “Not in Love” Lee Min-ki[36] 3:58
3. “Jaywalking”
(무단횡단)
Sung Joon[37] iii:34
4. “How Come”
(어쩌다 널)
Kim Min-seok 4:x
5. “Wake Upward” Sung Joon 3:45
6. “Love U Similar U” L & Kim Ye-rim[38]
[39]
3:15
7. “Today”
(오늘은)
Sung Joon ii:forty
8. “Two Months”
(소녀곡예사)
Kim Ye-rim 3:12
9. “Words You Shouldn’t Know”
(몰라야 할 말)
Sung Joon iii:06
10. “Beloved Friend”
(Epilogue)
Lee Sang-hoon

The song “Not in Love” is a cover, originally sung by Platinum Blonde, and fabricated popular once again by Crystal Castles.

International broadcast

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In Nihon, it aired on Mnet Japan get-go April 2012.[40]
[41]
[42]
It was rebroadcast from April to May 2014 on cablevision aqueduct LaLaTV.[43]

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External links

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  • Official website

    (in Korean)
  • Flower Band
    at HanCinema
  • Flower Band
    at IMDb




Sumber: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_Band

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