Nine: Nine Times Time Travel
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- Drama: Nine: 9 Times Time Travel (English title) / Nine: Nine Times Time Travel (literal title)
- Hangul: Nain: Ahob beonui Shiganyeohaeng
- Revised romanization: 나인: 아홉 번의 시간여행
- Director: Kim Byung-Soo
- Writer: Song Jae-Jung, Kim Yoon-Joo
- Network: tvN
- Episodes: 20
- Release Date: March 11 - May 14, 2013
- Runtime: Mondays & Tuesdays 23:00
- Genre: Mystery / Romance / Time Travel
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Park Sun-Woo (Lee Jin-Wook) works as an anchorman at a TV broadcasting station. He is in love with newsreporter Joo Min-Young (Jo Yoon-Hee), who is bright and honest. Park Sun-Woo then obtains 9 incense items, which allows him to go back 20 years in time. Park Sun-Woo travels to the past.
CBM reporter Min-Young (Jo Yoon-Hee) is in the country of Nepal, covering an expedition team as they attempt to climb Annapurna Mountain. Min-Young hears that senior reporter Sun-Woo (Lee Jin-Wook) is set to arrive in Nepal and goes to the airport to welcome him.
Suddenly, Sun-Woo kisses Min-Young. This is shocking to Sun-Woo, because she confessed her feelings for him, but he didn't seem to care. Sun-Woo asks Min-Young to live together for only 6 months.
Meanwhile, Sun-Woo goes to the police station and confirms that the frozen body is his older brother Jung-Woo (Jeon No-Min). Sun-Woo blames himself, because he saw Jung-Woo shortly before his death and he looked like something was wrong.
That evening, Sun-Woo can't go to sleep. At that moment, he sees something unbelievable.
- "Nine: Nine Times Time Travel" takes over the tvN Mondays & Tuesdays 23:00 time slot previously occupied by "Flower Boy Next Door" and followed by "Dating Agency: Cyrano" May, 2013.
- Filming begins January 9, 2013.
- Director Kim Byung-Soo and screenwriter Song Jae-Jung previously worked together on tvN drama series "Queen In-Hyun's Man"
- Remake rights for drama series was sold to U.S. production company Fake Empire Productions. Filming for the pilot begins in early 2014 and the pilot video will then be shown at LA Screening in May, 2014. Actress Kim Yunjin introduced the drama series to Fake Empire Productions and she will work as a planning producer for the U.S. remake version.
|Lee Jin-Wook||Jo Yoon-Hee||Jeon No-Min||Kim Hee-Ryeong||Jeong Dong-Hwan|
|Park Sun-Woo||Joo Min-Young||Park Jung-Woo||Son Myung-Hee||Choi Jin-Cheol|
|Lee Eung-Kyung||Eom Hyo-Seop||Lee Seung-Jun||Yeon Je-Wook||Oh Min-Seok|
|Kim Yoo-Jin||Oh Chul-Min||Han Young-Hoon||Kim Beom-Seok||Kang Seo-Joon|
|Park Hyung-Sik||Jo Min-Ah||Seo Woo-Jin||Kim Hee-Ryeong||Jeon Kuk-Hwan|
|Park Sun-Woo||Joo Min-Young||Park Jung-Woo||Son Myung-Hee||Park Chun-Soo|
|Jeong Dong-Hwan||Lee Yi-Kyung||Park Moon-A||Na Hae-Ryung|
|Choi Jin-Cheol||Han Young-Hoon||Sung Eun-Joo||Han So-Ra|
Additional Cast Members:
- Yoo Se-Rye - Sung Eun-Joo (2012)
- Lee Joon-Hyuk - Sang-Bum (2012)
- Ga Deuk-Hi - Kim Yoo-Jin (1992)
- Kim Won-Hae - Park Chang-Min (1992/2012)
- Choi Woong - Choi Jin-Cheol's secretary
- Lee Han-Wi - Min-Young's stepfather (cameo - 2012)
- Park Won-Sang - (cameo - 2012)
- "‘나인’ 리메이크, 미국에서도 본다 ‘김윤진 출연할까’", "Newsen," "October 27, 2013".