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Sarang-ttawin piryo-eopseo (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 9 November 2006 (South Korea)
Julian has lived off with the money he lures from his rich female customers. But now he faces usurious debts from a hasty expansion of his business, and he will be killed unless he clears ... See full summary »

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Cheol-ha Lee
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Credited cast:
Ju-hyuk Kim ... Julian
Moon Geun-young ... Min
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Seong-ho Choi Seong-ho Choi ... (as Sung-Ho Choi)
Lee Gi-yeong
Jin Goo
Jo Jae-yoon ... (as Jae-yoon Cho)
Jeno Jeno ... Ryu Jin
Si-yeon Jeong Si-yeon Jeong
Do Ji-Won ... (as Ji-Won To)
Sang-geon Jo Sang-geon Jo
Cheol-gyu Kang Cheol-gyu Kang
Nam-gyu Kim Nam-gyu Kim
Seo-bin Lee Seo-bin Lee
Hyeon-jeong No Hyeon-jeong No
Jin-yeong Park Jin-yeong Park ... Dr. Yang
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Julian has lived off with the money he lures from his rich female customers. But now he faces usurious debts from a hasty expansion of his business, and he will be killed unless he clears the debt in one month. The only way to save himself is to pretend to be the long-lost brother of an heiress and kill her to get her huge fortune. Ryoo Min (Moon Geun-Young), the blind heiress, cold-hearted like Julian, slowly opens herself to him, and he, too, falls for her. But Julian has to pay his creditor and what makes it worse for him is that the illness that took Ryoo Min's eyesight relapsed, threatening her life. Written by anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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Connections

References Imitation of Life (1959) See more »

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Sunshine
Written by Matt Zarley, Steven Cahil
Performed by BoA
Lyrics by Cheol-ha Lee
Courtesy of S.M. Entertainment
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Need Love? No
11 January 2007 | by heeha_texSee all my reviews

Julian has lived off with the money he lures from his rich female customers. But now he faces usurious debts from a hasty expansion of his business, and he will be killed unless he clears the debt in one month. The only way to save himself is to pretend to be the long-lost brother of an heiress and kill her to get her huge fortune. Min, the blind heiress, cold-hearted like Julian, slowly opens herself to him, and he, too, falls for her. But Julian has to pay his creditor and what makes it worse for him is that the illness that took Min's eyesight relapsed, threatening her life. Reporter: How were you cast in the movie "I Don't Need Love" ("Love Me Not")?

Moon Geun-young: I watched the Japanese TV drama in CDs in my management firm's office when I came to Seoul after finishing the college entrance exam and found it very attractive. Maybe it's because there was an affinity between me at that time and the Ryu Min character.

Reporter: An affinity with the depressed character? You are so sunny and positive.

Moon: Well, it's distrust in the world. I had received rewards for the efforts I made, and I lost any desire to do something when I wasn't rewarded for doing my best in preparing for the exam. I felt I could express what was pressing me down inside through Min.

Reporter: The evaluation of your acting in this movie seems significant.

Moon: I'm waiting for it. I'll accept anything: reproaches, critiques, or advice. That's what I can do and must do because I'm now in my 20s. It will be an opportunity to take one step further.

Reporter: What do you think your weaknesses are as an actor?

Moon: There are a lot. I feel I'm not good enough in doing the basics like speaking, breathing, voice tones, facial expressions, actions and delivering emotions.

Reporter: Don't you have any desire to be in the so-called "boring art movies"?

Moon: Frankly speaking, I've had it. But I also think it is the right thing to do now to show what I can do best at my age. I don't want to consume myself fast. I want to go slowly.

Reporter: Last year, you said, "An actor can become anything except oneself". It sounded a little sad.

Moon: I wished who I am in my fantasy were real me because I didn't like real me. I wished I had certain aspects of the character I'm acting, so I tried to find them within me. I found I didn't have them and felt I'm not myself.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

9 November 2006 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Hãy Nói Yêu Em See more »

Filming Locations:

Hokkaido, Japan See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,438,783
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2.35 : 1
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