ESC to close 3.75 (by 126 users)haneureseo naerineun ireok gaeui byeol 하늘에서 내리는 일억개의 별
  • 2018
  • TV
  • Korea

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romanized haneureseo naerineun ireok gaeui byeol
english The Smile Has Left Your Eyes
aka hundred million stars from the sky, haneureseo naerineun 1 eok gaeui byeol, 하늘에서 내리는 1억 개의 별, 하늘에서 내리는 일억 개의 별


genres crime, mystery, romance


language Korean


country Korea
type real
format TV
network tvN


date 03 Oct, 2018 - 22 Nov, 2018
episodes 16
duration 80 minutes
air day Wednesday, Thursday
at 21:30 - 22:50
status released


avg. score 3.75 of 5 by 126 users
total users 325
rating 473
favorites 1


sora kara furu ichioku no hoshi
2002 TV jp


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Kim Mu Yeong
Yu Jin Gang
Yu Jin Guk
Im Yu Ri
Yang Gyeong Mo
Baek Seung A




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nimwoo 25 Dec, 2018
I have mixed feelings about this drama. I totally enjoyed it from the very beginning till ep 15. It's not that I didn't enjoy it after this point but I just started getting angry at the plot. I didn't even know it was based on a Japanese drama so I had no idea about the plot whatsoever.

I was shocked to find out that they were alleged siblings but I did a little spoiler on myself because I couldn't deal with the anxiety of what was going to come, so I read below that they were shot at the end and I stopped reading immediately and got worse, lol. Then I finishing the drama and until a few minutes before finishing the episode I wanted to believe that they wouldn't die but it actually happened, and on top of that, they weren't actual siblings...

Honestly, I would've rather have them be siblings and die like that. I think it would've been better if she went looking for him and right when he tells her that she is his sibling, then they are shot (if they must be shot).

Nevertheless, I don't think this was a bad drama at all and I would totally recommend it if asked. I would give it 5/5 if the ending was a little different, more satisfactory
and by that I don't necessarily mean happy.

So I'll rate it 4/5.
seoltang 14 Dec, 2018
pelo os spoilers que vi, teria sido melhor se tivesse seguido o final do drama original -
se, de todo modo, ambos iriam morrer.
jujuvieira 05 Dec, 2018
Ainda chocada e triste com esse final.
jeaudrey 04 Dec, 2018
Amazing. The best of 2018.
milisia 23 Nov, 2018
I'm having very mixed feelings about the

I knew the japanese one, from spoilers, but this is so random in my opinion. I mean, ok, some people have a good reason, to make main pair miserable, by suggesting, that these two, are biological sibilings, but..really? just shooting them down, just because? ugh

Overall, drama made me confused. I mean, The Smile Has Left Your Eyes has many strong points: nice story, interesting characters, and nice suspense vibe, most of the time. But sometimes, i was just annoyed with attitudes of some characters:
always cryptic KMY, almost begging, for problems by not telling the truth to YJG, and provoking YJ Guk, knowing, how he's almost pathologically caring, about his sister.

YJG sending mixed signals, and with her brother who was just...ok, we all know, why he was sending red flags, to his sister, about her boyfriend, but still..he made everything so complicated, and tbh, i little blame him, for what happend at the end..because his guilt, spreading fake news, and harassing KMY, made everybody miserable at the end.
sugarpain 23 Nov, 2018
So i watched the last episode. I felt kinda confused at first, thinking that maybe the spoiler i had read was incorrect after all. So i watched the last ep (for the most part) of the Japanese version to see how it ends.

From what i understand, in the jap version they were siblings. And when she goes to find him in that house, she thinks that he was with her only to get closer to her "brother" to get revenge about what happened in the past. She ends up killing him. then she read a letter he wrote, that stated that they were siblings. Ofc when she found out, she didn't take it that well. In the end she kills herself.

Now what i don't quite understand is why change that part in the Korean version? They went on and made the whole sibling thing to be a lie for what? So that the Kdrama audience doesn't freak out? So that the sister wont feel that hurt in the end and take her own life? So that the romance will stay alive til the very end, showing that it ended because of a third person and not because of the relationship those two had and by the hand of the sister?

Either way, i would've liked it if it followed the original ending. After i read the spoiler the first time i thought, ah nice, everything will "go up in flames" on the last ep. In the end all i got was some typical "let's not make things too "shocking" for the ppl who can't handle it" and ofc the "we were in love til the very end and we would've had some sort of future together if it wasn't for that evil "payed assassin", damn him!"

Anyway, i didn't hate the ending of this version. It's just that i expected the sibling thing to be true til the end instead of watering things down for others (as it usually goes in kdramas).
At least it didn't have a happy ending as usual. And even though Jin Guk was kind of psycho in the previous eps, i did feel bad for him in the end when he had to witness that.

But the thing is...since they ended using a third person to "do the job" now i feel like i need to see what happens afterwards... Like, this was a crime. It wasn't just one person killing the other and then committing suicide so what happened can be clear to the police.
Instead we have a person who kills them both and then disappears. Did the police figure things out? Did they think that no one else was involved? (i mean they weren't the smartest before so u never know lol) Did they leave the case open/unsolved while looking for the person who did it? So many questions left unanswered all because of that plot change. Oh well...can't do anything about it.

I did enjoy watching it in general. I might not be completely satisfied by the ending but i'll just try not to focus on that as much i guess.
It still is one of the best dramas i've watched, since not many are that interesting and things usually get boring after a few eps (if they even have a few interesting ones). While with this drama i didn't rly feel bored.
I will give it 5/5 mostly for 15/16 eps.

I also liked the acting overall. Don't rly have any complaints when it comes to that. And Seo In Guk seems to be doing a good job consistently. (not sure about the rest since i can't remember their previous roles as clearly, but they did a good job in this one)
ilate 23 Nov, 2018
I'll start off by saying that I have not seen the Japanese version and I had no idea about the story whatsoever. The only expectations I had when I started watching it was Seo In Guk whom I deeply adore and I am a massive fan of his talent.
Having said that and bearing in mind that it may or may not have an influence on my overall perception of this drama, I have to say this might be one of the best dramas I have ever seen.
Every single episode blew my mind away. When I thought I had all figured out, they threw another plot twist at me. AND I LOVED IT!
Now...As for the ending... (beware, massive spoiler ahead)
no matter how much I think of it, I feel like they could have gone for the typical, Korean-dramas type of ending and made us all feel good, but then again, that would take away the moments of surprises I mentioned before. On the other hand, you can't possibly be more early-2000-Japanese without killing two main characters.... Can't help but have mixed feelings about the ending. It made me miserably sad, but I'm not sure if any other ending would make such an impact

Nevertheless, I'm giving it 5/5. The plot was insanely good, acting and chemistry top notch. I think I would enjoy it even more if I didn't have to wait for new episodes to come out as it was kind of killing the flow of the story for me.
sugarpain 22 Nov, 2018
One more ep to go!
I like it so far. I haven't watched the Japanese version but i did read a spoiler by mistake when i started watching this.

I knew about the plot twist so i wasn't shocked or anything. As for the rest of the plot it was rather easy to follow imo, along with understanding the characters ( even though i did notice that some ppl felt kinda confused overall?!). But it was a pleasant surprise to see that they followed the original plot.

I'm so sick and tired of all the typical romance kdramas that have pretty much the same plot, rly boring characters that are similar to each other and force situations so it will have a happy ending no matter what.

So even though i had read that spoiler i'm glad they didn't change the plot (at least the plot twist part, dunno about the rest) and force a cliche happy ending down our throats as usual.

As for the incest thing*t happens. Not like they knew they were siblings. Even though things would've been a lot simpler if ppl were honest since the beginning...

Personally i don't mind since the plot was interesting, i rly liked Mu Yeong's character (even though i was kinda disappointed in the end, since he was supposed to be smart but acted that way).
And i don't feel shocked by such things in movies/series tbh. (Besides, if you've watched GoT this is nothing lol)
As long as nothing changes on the last ep (like them trying to make things "perfect" and make everyone happy out of the blue, or have sth rly ridiculous happen) then this will definitely be one of my top kdramas.

Waiting for the last ep to see if i it'll have a "good" ending (no, not a happy one, just a good one). Or if i'll have to take bk sth i said.