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Written by  Jung Yoon-jung
Country of origin  South Korea
First episode date  17 May 2013
Number of episodes  12
7.7/10 IMDb

Directed by  Kim Won-seok
Original language(s)  Korean
Final episode date  2 August 2013
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Genre  Romance Music Teen Drama
Starring  Yong Jun-hyung Ha Yeon-soo Kang Ha-neul
Cast  Yong Jun‑hyung, Ha Yeon‑soo, Kang Ha‑neul, Min‑yeong Kim, An Nae‑sang

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Monstar (Hangul: 몬스타; RR: Monseuta) is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Yong Jun-hyung, Ha Yeon-soo, and Kang Ha-neul. It aired on music channel Mnet (and simultaneously on tvN) from May 17 to August 2, 2013 every Friday at 21:50 for 12 episodes. The drama is about how a group of teenagers are healed through the power of music.

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Plot

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Seol-chan, a member of Korea's most popular K-pop boy band Men in Black, is provoked into pushing one of his crazy fans, and when that goes viral, his reputation plummets. As damage control, his agency tells him to quietly attend school for a while. Meanwhile, Se-yi, a new transfer student from New Zealand, draws attention in the school for both her talent and oddness. Misunderstandings occur between Seol-chan, Se-yi, and their other classmates. But in the midst of all the chaos, these students find a common interest which connects them to each other: music. Every character has his or her own untold stories, which have had significant impact in their lives. But as they gather together to sing and play the music they love, they learn to soothe the pain inside them, and to open each of their souls.

Main cast

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  • Yong Jun-hyung as Yoon Seol-chan
  • Ha Yeon-soo as Min Se-yi
  • Kang Ha-neul as Jung Sun-woo
  • Yoon Chan-young as young Sun-woo
  • Ahn Nae-sang as Han Ji-woong
  • Jung Joon-young as young Han Ji-woong
  • Color Bar members

  • Dahee as Kim Na-na
  • Kim Min-young as Shim Eun-ha
  • Park Kyu-sun as Cha Do-nam
  • Kang Eui-sik as Park Kyu-dong
  • All For One members

  • Moon Yong-suk as Ma Joon-hee
  • Kim Yoo-hyun as Ma Hyo-rin
  • Yoon Jong-hoon as Shin Jae-rok
  • Supporting cast

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  • Kim Sun-kyung as Choi Kyung
  • Lee Hee-jin as Dokgo Soon
  • Kim San-ho as Choi Joon-goo
  • Jo Jae-yoon as Manager Hong
  • Kim Hee-won as CEO Go
  • Kim Jae-heung as math teacher
  • Kim Young-hee as language teacher
  • Lee Dal-hyung as head teacher
  • Nat Thewphaingam as Nawin Thammarat
  • Kim Young-ho as Min Gwang-ho
  • Lim Hyunsik as Men In Black member (ep 2,6,9,12)
  • Lee Minhyuk as Men In Black member (ep 2,6,9,12)
  • Yook Sungjae as Arnold, Men In Black member (ep 2,6,9,12)
  • Lee Changsub as Men In Black member (ep 2,6,9,12)
  • Cameo appearances

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  • Lee Jooyeon as Ah-ri, actress in opening scene with Seol-chan (ep 1)
  • Lee Sung-min as Kwon Tae-hyun, movie director (ep 1)
  • Kim Cho-eun as young Se-yi (ep 3, 6)
  • Lee Eun-sung as young Kyu-dong (ep 3, 8)
  • Park Ji-woo as young Seol-chan (ep 4-6)
  • Ivy as adult Eun-ha (ep 5)
  • Ko Chang-seok as Do-nam's judo master (ep 5)
  • Park Ga-ram as waiter (ep 6)
  • Kim Ye-rim as young Choi Kyung in flashbacks and photos
  • Kim Ji-soo as performer (ep 10)
  • Jo Moon-geun as performer (ep 10)
  • Nam Ji-hyun as Stella (ep 12)
  • No Min-woo as Daniel Park (ep 12)
  • Ratings

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    In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest rating and the red numbers represent the highest rating. All the data are collected from AGB Nielsen.

    International broadcast

  • Japan - It aired on DATV beginning April 30, 2014, followed by reruns on KNTV on May 17 to August 2, 2013.
  • Hong Kong: NOW 101 and Channel M
  • Singapore: Channel U
  • Malaysia: 8TV
  • Taiwan: Channel M
  • Philippines: Channel M
  • Indonesia: RTV
  • Songs

    For You Who Want My Desparity
    Practice
    Shake Up
    Doubting
    Monstar
    Catch The Star

    References

    Monstar (TV series) Wikipedia


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