My Love from the Star

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My Love from the Star (Korean별에서 온 그대; RRByeoreseo on geudae; lit. You Who Came from the Stars) is a South Korean romantic fantasy television series written by Park Ji-eun and directed by Jang Tae-yoo. Produced by Moon Bo-mi and Choi Moon-suk, it stars Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Soo-hyun, Park Hae-jin and Yoo In-na. This is the second collaboration between Kim and Jun, who previously worked together in the film The Thieves.

My Love from the Star
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Also known asYou Who Came from the Stars
Written byPark Ji-eun
Directed byJang Tae-yoo
Opening theme"Man From Star (Opening Title)"
Ending theme"My Destiny" by Lyn
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes21 (+1 special)
Executive producer(s)Choi Moon-suk
Producer(s)Moon Bo-mi
  • Lee Gil-bok
  • Jung Min-gyun
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time60 minutes
Production company(s)HB Entertainment
Original networkSBS and regional affiliates
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original release18 December 2013 (2013-12-18) –
27 February 2014 (2014-02-27)
Related shows
External links
Korean name
별에서 온 그대
Revised RomanizationByeoreseo on geudae
McCune–ReischauerPyŏresŏ On Kŭdae

The series aired for 21 episodes on SBS from December 18, 2013 to February 27, 2014. It tells the story of an extraterrestrial alien who landed on Earth in the Joseon Dynasty and, 400 years later, falls in love with a top actress in the modern era.

My Love from the Star garned widespread popularity during its release and sparked trends in fashion, make-up and restaurants. It received several accolades across Asia; Jun won the Grand Prize (or "Daesang"), the highest award for Korean television, at the Baeksang Arts Awards and the SBS Drama Awards, as did Kim at the Korea Drama Awards.


Do Min-joon (Kim Soo-hyun) is an alien that landed on Earth in the year 1609, during the Joseon Dynasty. As he saves a young girl named 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 human appearance, enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing and speed, and a cynical, jaded view regarding human beings. As he never ages, Min-joon is forced to take on a new identity every ten years, having been a doctor, astronomer, lawyer, and banker, and now presently working as a college professor.

Cheon Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun) is a famous Hallyu actress, having attained stardom since middle school, however her haughty demeanor has earned derision in the entertainment industry and social media. Furthermore her spendthrift mother has mismanaged her finances, while younger brother Cheon Yoon-jae (Ahn Jae-hyun) is estranged by her success. Lee Hee-kyung (Park Hae-jin) has been Song-yi's friend since middle school and remains in love with her while being continually rejected. In turn, Yoo Se-mi (Yoo In-na), who is frequently cast as a supporting actress alongside her childhood best friend Song-yi, has had a crush on Hee-kyung since middle school despite her love being unrequited. As a result Se-mi secretly harbors a deep jealousy towards Song-yi for standing in the way of her career and love interest.

With only three months left before Min-joon's long-awaited departure back to his planet of origin, Song-yi suddenly becomes his next-door neighbor in the condominium. Slowly, Min-joon finds himself entangled in Song-yi's crazy and unpredictable situations, saving her multiple times using his special powers, and eventually acting as her manager due to his vast legal knowledge. He finds out that she at a young age resembles Yi-hwa whom he fell in love with 400 years ago in the Joseon era. Min-joon and Song-yi eventually fall in love; Min-joon aims to leave Earth without being emotionally attached he tries but fails to keep himself away from her, while Song-yi initially is not understanding of his impending departure but ultimately accepts letting him go to assure his survival.

Song-yi's career goes into a downturn as she is dropped by her talent agency and sponsors, due to a backlash against her recent behavior, particularly exacerbated by rumors that she caused the suicide of her arch-rival, actress Han Yoo-ra. Earlier at a celebrity wedding Song-yi had witnessed Yoo-ra in a secret relationship with Lee Jae-kyung (Shin Sung-rok), the elder brother of Hee-hyung. Consequently Jae-kyung tries to silence Song-yi until Min-joon brokers a deal to spare her in return for burying the evidence. But Jae-kyung turns out to be much more dangerous than Min-joon suspected, learning to exploit Min-joon's weaknesses, and even injuring Se-mi's older brother, a prosecutor investigating Yoo-ra's suicide. Min-joon, despite being discrete in using his special abilities eventually get the attention of police, while also losing control of his powers as his departure date nears. While jealous of Min-joon for winning Song-yi's heart, Hee-kyung nonetheless works together with him to protect her from Jae-kyung.[1]



A top Hallyu star who is very blunt and airheaded and believes that she is every man's type, until she meets her stoic neighbor, Do Min-joon. She soon develops feelings for him. In her youth she appears identical to Yi-hwa, who lived 400 years ago in the Joseon era.[3]
A very cold and distant being, during the Joseon period he loved a young girl Yi-hwa for liking him as his true self, an alien. After Yi-hwa dies while 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 Yi-hwa 400 years ago and whom he once saved.[5] Min-joon and Song-yi fall for each other after he saved her life at a wedding.[6]
The youngest son of a chaebol founder, he is 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.[8]
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 gains leading roles and sponsorship as a result of Song-yi's fall from the entertainment industry.
Hee-kyung's older brother, the director and heir apparent of chaebol S&C Group. The main antagonist of the series, he is willing to silence people that know dark secrets about him.
Song-yi's younger brother, who is initially estranged from his sister due to her success, but nonetheless defends her against insults from his classmates. When her career hits rock-bottom, he moves into her home to support her. Yoon-jae develops a kinship with Min-joon because of their shared interest in astronomy.


Cheon Song-yi's familyEdit

People around Cheon Song-yiEdit

  • Kim Kang Hyun as Yoon Bum, Song Yi's manager

People around Do Min-joonEdit

Min-joon's lawyer who serves as close confidant and "father figure". When he was young, he was saved by Min-joon during a suicide attempt and found out about his identity, being one of the few humans to accept Min-joon's nature instead of fearing it.

Lee Hee-kyung's familyEdit

  • Lee Jung-gil[18] as Lee Beom-joong, Hee-kyung's father and the chairman of S&C Group
  • Sung Byung-sook as Hong Eun-ah, Hee Kyung's mother

Yoo Se-mi' familyEdit

Se-mi's older brother. A young and enthusiastic prosecutor who investigates Han Yoo-ra's death. He finds out about Do Min-joon's real identity.


A detective, who works together with Yoo Seok.

Special appearancesEdit

An actress, who is Cheon Song-yi's arch-rival
Section Chief at Lee Hee-kyung's workplace
A junior actress
A junior actress
A top actress, who held a cruise wedding
A director, who was a guest at the cruise wedding
A kisaeng during Joseon era
An auditor in Gangwon during Joseon era
A Joseon realtor / Yoon Sung-dong's descendant in present time
A doctor during Joseon era
Do Min-joon's student (parody of Dream High whom she starred alongside Kim Soo-hyun)
Lee Hee-kyung's eldest brother
A poet during Joseon era


My Love from the Star is based on the historical Gwanghae Journal from the Joseon Kingdom that referenced mysterious UFO sightings.[29] Developed under the working title Man From the Stars, Park Ji-eun wrote the screenplay of the series.[30] Jang Tae-yoo was responsible for the direction,[30] while the cinematography was handled by Lee Gil-bok.[31] The show was produced by Moon Bo-mi with the production team of HB Entertainment.[32]

In second half of 2013, the media reported that Kim Soo-hyun and Jun Ji-hyun were cast in a fantasy rom-com, making it the second collaboration between Kim and Jun after the highly successful film The Thieves (2012).[33] It also marked Jun's small screen comeback after 14 years.[34] While Park Hae-jin was cast to play Lee Jae-kyung, the antagonist.[35] However, due to certain internal situation Park’s role was changed to his younger brother Lee Hee-kyung, and Shin Sung-rok was cast in Lee Jae-kyung.[8]

First script reading was held on October 14, 2013,[15] while filming began in early November of 2013.[36] 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.[37]

Original soundtrackEdit

My Love from the Star (Original Television Soundtrack) album was released on February 26, 2014 constituting all the singles and background tracks of the series. While singles from the series were released in parts (1-8) from December 2013 to February 2014 and a Special OST — Promise sung by Kim Soo-hyun was released on March 13, 2014.

Kim Soo-hyun also contributed to the vocals of the soundtrack with If I (In Front of Your House); both the covers by him were well received among the audience.[38] All the songs from the soundtrack of My Love from the Star succeeded in popularity across Asia-Pacific including South Korea.[39] Lyn was ranked at No. — 2 on the Gaon Digital Chart and Billboard's K-pop Hot 100 with her soundtrack single, My Destiny. She also received a special award for the Best Original Soundtrack at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards.[40] While Hyolyn's Goodbye (Hello) topped the Billboard's K-pop Hot 100 for three consecutive weeks making it the longest-running No. — 1 of January & February 2014.[41]


My Love from the Star
(Original Television Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by
Various Artists
Released26 February 2014
  • Korean
  • English
OST Album[42]

CD 1 :

1."My Destiny"Lyn3:53
2."Like a Star" (별처럼)K.Will3:31
3."My Love from the Star" (별에서 온 그대)Younha3:20
4."Goodbye" (안녕)Hyolyn3:40
5."I Love You"JUST [ko]4:01
6."Tears Fallin' Like Today" (오늘 같은 눈물이)Huh Gak3:53
7."Every Moment of You — Original" (너의 모든 순간 — Original)Sung Si-kyung4:05
8."If I" (너의 집 앞)Kim Soo-hyun3:43
9."Every Moment of You — Piano Ver." (너의 모든 순간 — Piano Ver.)Sung Si-kyung4:02

CD 2 :

1."Man From Star (Opening Title)"Various Artists2:12
2."Back to the Present"Various Artists5:12
3."Cliff Tension"Various Artists4:41
4."Star Bach Comic"Various Artists1:39
5."Dark Fantasy"Various Artists3:14
6."Past Love"Various Artists3:12
7."Star Comic Pizzicato"Various Artists1:28
8."Dream Scenery I"Various Artists3:12
9."Dream Scenery II"Various Artists4:16
10."Mocha Comic Tension"Various Artists1:58
11."Tears in Minuet"Various Artists3:14
12."Missing You"Various Artists2:59
13."Beethoven Revolution"Various Artists4:01
14."Killing Tension I"Various Artists3:09
15."Killing Tension II"Various Artists1:44
16."Welcome to Earth"Various Artists3:35
17."Stars Comic Tension"Various Artists2:10
18."Waltz With Star"Various Artists2:08
19."Stars Love Mambo"Various Artists1:53
20."Space Love"Various Artists3:38
21."Run Away (Ending Title)"Various Artists2:26

Chart performanceEdit

Chart (2014) Peak chart position
South Korean Albums
(Gaon weekly)[43]
South Korean Albums
(Gaon year end)[44]

Singles track listingEdit

Singles from My Love from the Star

Part 1

Released on December 26, 2013 (2013-12-26)[45]
1."My Destiny"Lyn3:51
2."My Destiny" (Inst.) 3:51
Total length:7:42

Part 2

Released on January 8, 2014 (2014-01-08)[46]
1."Like a Star" (별처럼)K.Will3:29
2."Like a Star" (Inst.) 3:29
Total length:6:48

Part 3

Released on January 15, 2014 (2014-01-15)[47]
1."My Love from the Star / You Who Came from the Stars" (별에서 온 그대)Younha3:18
2."My Love from the Star / You Who Came from the Stars" (Inst.) 3:18
Total length:6:36

Part 4

Released on January 22, 2014 (2014-01-22)[48]
1."Goodbye / Hello" (안녕)Hyolyn3:38
2."Goodbye / Hello" (Inst.) 3:38
Total length:7:16

Part 5

Released on January 29, 2014 (2014-01-29)[49]
1."I Love You"JUST [ko]3:59
2."I Love You" (Inst.) 3:59
Total length:7:58

Part 6

Released on February 5, 2013 (2013-02-05)[50]
1."Tears Fallin' Like Today / Tears Like Today" (오늘 같은 눈물이)Huh Gak3:51
2."Tears Fallin' Like Today / Tears Like Today" (Inst.) 3:51
Total length:7:42

Part 7

Released on February 12, 2014 (2014-02-12)[51]
1."Every Moment of You" (너의 모든 순간)Sung Si-kyung4:03
2."Every Moment of You" (Inst.) 4:03
Total length:8:06

Part 8

Released on February 19, 2014 (2014-02-19)[52]
1."If I / In Front of Your House" (너의 집 앞)Kim Soo-hyun3:41
2."If I / In Front of Your House" (Inst.) 3:41
Total length:7:22


Released on March 13, 2014 (2014-03-13)[53]
1."Promise" (약속)Kim Soo-hyun4:01

Chart performanceEdit

Year Title Peak chart positions Sales Notes
Gaon[54] K-pop Hot 100[55]
2013 "My Destiny" (Lyn) 2 2
  • KOR (DL): 1,074,581+[56]
Part 1
2014 "Like a Star" (K.Will) 5 1
  • KOR (DL): 723,530+[56]
Part 2
"My Love from the Star" (Younha) 15 9
  • KOR (DL): 389,907+[57]
Part 3
"Hello" (Hyolyn) 1 1
  • KOR (DL): 1,161,073+[56]
Part 4
"I Love You" (JUST) 23 7
  • KOR (DL): 166,329+[57]
Part 5
"Tears Like Today" (Huh Gak) 1 2
  • KOR (DL): 745,484+[56]
Part 6
"Every Moment of You" (Sung Si-kyung) 2 2
  • KOR (DL): 1,260,644+[56]
Part 7
"In Front of Your House" (Kim Soo-hyun) 4 4
  • KOR (DL): 379,336+[58]
Part 8
"Promise" (Kim Soo-hyun) 16 13
  • KOR (DL): 125,051+[58]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.


My Love from the Star became a cultural phenomenon in South Korea and China.[59] It was the fifth most-watched TV program of 2014 in South Korea[60] and one of the most viewed streaming shows on online video platform iQIYI, where it was streamed more than 14.5 billion times from December 2013 to February 2014.[61] 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, replacing eleven months position holder – MBC's Infinite Challenge.[62] Additionally, it was named the "most popular television program" of 2014 by CJ E&M and research firm AGB Nielsen Media Research.[63] Kim Soo-hyun was named the "Most memorable actor" of 2014 in a year-end poll conducted by Gallup Korea across 13 countries; while Jun Ji-hyun earned the third position.[64]

Critical responseEdit

My Love from the Star largely received positive reviews from critics and viewers.[65] 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."[66][67] Film and drama critic Greg Wheeler described it as "a silly, funny and surprisingly poignant drama, one that strips away the humour to lean in hard on the melodrama at just the right times. While the show is an outright romance first and foremost, it does have some great drama throughout too."[68]

Yu Zheng, Chinese screenwriter and producer, 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."[citation needed] 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.[citation needed]

Lee Sang-hyun of Yonhap iterating that the "power of the drama is also in the charm of the [...] leading actors" said, "It would have been difficult to gain convincing power for such an unrealistic setting and storytelling without Kim Soo-hyun's unique thick voice and stable acting ability." He further describing Jun Ji-hyun's "acting tone" synchronised well with story development, said, "[w]hen the comic melody with Do Min-joon reinforced, she showed a lovely appearance, and when a crisis came in the relationship, she stably conveyed sad emotions."[69]

Cultural impactEdit

My Love from the Star led to the resurgence of Korean wave (or "Hallyu") throughout Asia[70] with reigniting it in China,[71] while stirring up its momentum in the United States[72] and North Korea.[73]

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.[29][61] Despite declining chicken consumption in China due to fear of H7N9 bird flu, fried chicken restaurants in cities saw an increase in orders after the show ran.[61][74] 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.[75]

The series influenced Korean fashion, with clothes, accessories and make-up products worn by Jun Ji-hyun seeing an "unprecedented" surge in orders.[76] 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.[77] The drama also drew the international community to the Korean language, especially with "ssi" being one of the most discussed word which Jun Ji-hyun used to add after male protagonist name.[78] Although the series was sold at US$40,000 per episode to China, but its increased popularity led the price for the distribution rights of future Korean dramas at skyrocketed amount in China.[79][80]

My Love from the Star propelled international tourism in South Korea with its filming locations becoming major attractions.[81] Songdo rocky mountain in Incheon, where female character Cheon Song-yi was rescued by her male counterpart Do Min-joon from a near-death experience, was developed into a tourist spot by Incheon Development and Tourism Corporation.[82][83] Among the filming locations were two newly built luxury buildings, Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park (DDP) and Boutique Monaco.[84] 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.[85][86] At the exhibition Do Min-joon's knit and Cheon Song-yi's handbag were sold in an auction for US$2,346 in an event.[87] Other locations which attracted tourists includes Incheon National University, one of its major shooting locations,[88] and the French-themed village Petite France (theme park) in Gapyeong, Gyeonggi, where Do Min-joon and Cheon Song-yi shared a kiss.[89]

The Washington Post reported in March 2014 that due to the popularity of My Love from the Star, 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.[90][91]

Even Chinese celebrities such as Zhao Wei and Gao Yuanyuan also followed and actively posted about the series on Sina Weibo, boosting its popularity.[61]


In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[92] TNmS
Nationwide Seoul Nationwide Seoul
1 December 18, 2013 15.6% 17.0% 15.5% 19.1%
2 December 19, 2013 18.3% 20.5% 15.9% 18.5%
3 December 25, 2013 19.4% 21.0% 17.2% 20.4%
4 December 26, 2013 20.1% 22.1% 18.4% 20.8%
5 January 1, 2014 22.3% 25.3% 21.0% 24.8%
6 January 2, 2014 24.6% 27.8% 22.8% 28.2%
7 January 8, 2014 24.1% 26.6% 22.1% 27.0%
8 January 9, 2014 24.4% 27.4% 22.9% 29.1%
9 January 15, 2014 23.1% 25.4% 21.8% 26.2%
10 January 16, 2014 24.4% 27.1% 22.7% 28.3%
11 January 22, 2014 24.5% 26.8% 23.3% 28.1%
12 January 23, 2014 26.4% 28.2% 24.6% 29.0%
13 January 29, 2014 24.8% 26.1% 24.3% 27.5%
14 February 5, 2014 25.7% 27.8% 25.1% 30.7%
15 February 6, 2014 25.9% 27.7% 24.5% 28.7%
16 February 12, 2014 25.7% 28.1% 23.3% 28.0%
17 February 13, 2014 27.0% 29.5% 25.6% 29.8%
18 February 19, 2014 27.4% 29.9% 25.9% 30.8%
19 February 20, 2014 26.7% 29.1% 26.0% 29.9%
20 February 26, 2014 26.0% 28.0% 24.5% 29.3%
21 February 27, 2014 28.1% 29.6% 28.1% 33.2%
Average 24.0% 26.2% 22.6% 27.0%
Special February 7, 2014 10.0% 11.5% 8.2% 9.4%
  • A 70-minute special episode aired on February 7, 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 of Do Min-joon and Cheon Song-yi.[93]
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.[94] 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 May 18 to June 29, 2014, at 10:45 AM, then later moved to 11:15 AM PST.[95] The entire series was dubbed in Filipino. It was the highest rated Korean drama in the Philippines for 2014.

Ratings in the Philippines
Ep. Broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[96] Kantar Media-TNS[97]
Mega Manila Nationwide
1 April 21, 2014 16.6% 11.0%
2 April 22, 2014 17.2% 12.1%
3 April 23, 2014 19.0% 12.9%
4 April 24, 2014 18.5% 12.5%
5 April 25, 2014 19.0% 12.9%
6 April 28, 2014 17.4% 11.7%
7 April 29, 2014 19.6% 12.0%
8 April 30, 2014 18.6% 11.1%
9 May 1, 2014 17.9% 11.4%
10 May 2, 2014 19.0% 12.3%
11 May 5, 2014 19.5% 11.2%
12 May 6, 2014 19.9% 12.4%
13 May 7, 2014 19.3% 12.4%
14 May 8, 2014 19.6% 12.0%
15 May 9, 2014 19.0% 12.4%
16 May 12, 2014 19.1% 11.7%
17 May 13, 2014 18.5% 12.4%
18 May 14, 2014 19.9% 13.6%
19 May 15, 2014 20.0% 14.1%
20 May 16, 2014 19.5% 14.1%
21 May 19, 2014 18.8% 13.8%
22 May 20, 2014 20.0% 13.4%
23 May 21, 2014 20.0% 13.7%
24 May 22, 2014 20.5% 13.9%
25 May 23, 2014 21.1% 13.0%
26 May 26, 2014 21.6% 13.0%
27 May 27, 2014 21.6% 15.2%
28 May 28, 2014 21.1% 14.2%
29 May 29, 2014 22.5% 14.4%
30 May 30, 2014 20.9% 13.9%
31 June 2, 2014 21.4% 14.0%
32 June 3, 2014 22.6% 14.3%
33 June 4, 2014 20.7% 15.0%
34 June 5, 2014 21.9% 14.9%
35 June 6, 2014 21.4% 15.2%
36 June 9, 2014 22.6% 14.7%
37 June 10, 2014 23.4% 16.3%
38 June 11, 2014 25.2% 15.9%
39 June 12, 2014 26.1% 16.0%
40 June 13, 2014 23.6% 16.3%
41 June 16, 2014 22.9% 16.0%
42 June 17, 2014 23.9% 16.5%
43 June 18, 2014 24.8% 16.2%
44 June 19, 2014 25.6% 16.9%
45 June 20, 2014 23.6% 15.8%
46 June 23, 2014 21.7% 14.7%
47 June 24, 2014 22.9% 14.7%
48 June 25, 2014 22.6% 14.9%
49 June 26, 2014 27.4% 18.7%
50 June 27, 2014 24.3% 16.9%
51 June 30, 2014 19.1% 12.5%
Average 21.0% 13.9%
Special May 18, 2014 16.5% 11.0%
Special May 25, 2014 15.5% 11.2%
Special June 1, 2014 15.4% 10.9%
Special June 8, 2014 17.8% 11.9%
Special June 15, 2014 18.5% 12.1%
Special June 22, 2014 19.7% 12.4%
Special June 29, 2014 18.5% 11.9%
Special July 6, 2014 16.8% 12.9%
Average 17.3% 11.8%

Awards and nominationsEdit

My Love from the Star's cast and crew have been nominated for many accolades including Baeksang Arts Awards and the SBS Drama Awards, Korea Drama Awards, International Drama Festival and Shanghai Television Festival.[98][99]


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.[100][101]

In September 2014, it was announced that 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.[102][32]

In 2017, a Philippine remake — My Love from the Star directed by Joyce E. Bernal was broadcast on GMA Network.[103] The rights for the production was acquired by GMA-7 in 2016.[104] Jennylyn Mercado was tapped to portray Jun Ji-hyun's character, Steffi Cheon (Cheon Song-yi);[105] while Filipino-Spanish model and first time actor Gil Cuerva was cast for the role of Kim Soo-hyun's character, Matteo Do (Do Min-joon).[106] After the premiere of its first episode on May 29, 2017, the hashtag "#MyLoveFromTheStarPH" was trending on Twitter at number 1 in Philippines and at number 2 worldwidely.[107]

A Thai remake by Channel 3, starring Nadech Kugimiya and Peranee Kongthai was aired in the second half of 2019, with low ratings.[108][109]


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.[110][111] 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.[112] On 20 May 2014, Kang filed her lawsuit in court against Park Ji-eun and HB Entertainment, asking for ₩600 million in damages.[113] 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."[114] Kang dropped her lawsuit on 3 July 2014 after an out-of-court settlement.[115]

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."[116][117]


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