Love Me Not
Love Me Not (Korean: 사랑따윈 필요없어; RR: Sarang ddawin piryo eopseo, lit. "Love and Such Is Not Necessary") is a 2006 South Korean romance film directed by Lee Cheol-ha and starring Moon Geun-young and Kim Joo-hyuk.
|Love Me Not|
Movie poster for Love Me Not
|Revised Romanization||Sarang ddawin piryo eobseo|
|McCune–Reischauer||Sarang ttawin p‘ilyo ŏpsŏ|
|Directed by||Lee Cheol-ha|
|Written by||Kim Jae-yeon|
|Based on||Forget Love|
by Yukari Tatsui
|Produced by||Cha Seung-jae|
It is based on the 2002 TBS Japanese drama Forget Love (愛なんていらねえよ、夏, Ai nante Irane yo, Natsu), starring Ryōko Hirosue. The 2013 South Korean television series That Winter, the Wind Blows is also based on the same storyline.
Julian (Kim Joohyuk) 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 (Moon Geun-young), the blind cold-hearted heiress likes Julian, she 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. This story takes a terrible turn when Julian becomes guilty, and pained with guilt.
The film had 548,998 admissions and earned US$2,438,783.
Awards and nominations
- Nomination – Best Actress - Moon Geun-young
- Nomination – Best Art Direction - Jang Jae-jin
- Nomination – Best Costume Design - Chae Kyung-hwa
- Sunshine (Orgol Version)
- Adonis Club I
- Love Theme
- I Believe In You (庭園)
- Sunshine (Clarinet Version)
- Julian's Tears
- Tell Me The Truth
- Your Picture
- Last Dinner
- Adonis Club Ii
- The Shadow Of Love
- Never End
- Sunshine (sung by BoA)
- (Bonus Track) He Says
- (Bonus Track) She Says
- (Bonus Track) Sunshine (Instrumental)
- ^ a b "Forget Love". TBS Program Catalog. Retrieved 22 March 2022.
- ^ a b "Sarang-ttawin piryo-eopseo (Love Me Not)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
- ^ "Korean Movie Reviews for 2006". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
- ^ "Love Me Not - Awards". Cinemasie. Retrieved 2015-07-30.
- Love Me Not at the Korean Movie Database
- Love Me Not at IMDb
- Love Me Not at HanCinema