Nine: Nine Times Time Travel

Nine: Nine Times Time Travel (2013)

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Park Sun Woo works as an anchorman at a TV broadcasting station. He is in love with newsreporter Joo Min Young, 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.

  • Native title:

    나인: 아홉 번의 시간여행
  • Also Known as:

    Nine

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shinypher
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Feb 5, 2014
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Time Travel is one of the best topic for a drama, but it is also a very difficult topic: if the script is bad, no matter how beautiful the storyline is, it will be a flop.
This drama has everything a time travel drama should have: good plot, good script, good casting and good meanings.
The plot is full of twist, emotions, changes and it takes you to another world, the world read more the main character is experiencing.
Because it is a drama that rounds around the main character: even if the others are important, the feeling you have is that Sun Woo is fighting alone with his own story, because he wants to change something he cannot change anymore.
I found this drama awesome because he makes you think about life.
"Changing something bad in the past maybe cannot bring you happyness."
If something bad happens you have to work alone on your own happyness, not trying to change your past or your fate.
This is the meaning of this drama in my opinion, and it is a good meaning.
I think this drama is amazing. Even if it doesn't allow you to understand everything (but this is part of the script), it makes you think of everyday life while the plot is a time travel so a 'fantastic' one.
I absolutely loved this drama and I am planning to rewatch it.
I reccomend this.
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valeronova
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Nov 6, 2013
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
I really can't figure out why this isn't as popular as it should be.

I was sucked it by the first episode-- watched it all in barely four days. There was really nothing about it I didn't like. I actually tried to find problems with it:

Music= I didn't watch it on mute! Good job music.
Romance (too much/little)= this is how you balance, man.
Action (pointless/thrilling)= :') All interesting and had read more a purpose
Actors= chemistry was great, I didn't have to cringe at anyone
Comedy (too much/little)= Came just when I needed it. It was sarcastic and witty and wow I'm pretty sure I didn't laugh at anything I wasn't supposed to this time because, y'know, good acting
Ending= the only time I really didn't mind an ambiguous ending.
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W and Nine are written by the same writer, Song Jae-jung, in which she managed to establish unique concepts in creating the world of both dramas. Even though W has only aired two episodes, it delivered a very intriguing and interesting story just like Nine. The two dramas have different plot (Nine is a time travel themed while W revolves in the fictional world of a comic character) but I must say, they actually resembles each other in the way that suspense, humor, and romance has a nice balance on the way the writer tells the story while still focusing on the fantasy element of the drama.
Recommended by Junichyung
Both have the supernatural element.
In both the male lead tries to change some decision they made in the past while havin an unsure relationship with the female lead.
Both are wonderful.
Recommended by hedwig3

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    dayidream 13 days ago

    I think this is the only drama that I like Jo yoon hee and didn't find her acting annoying

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    Lotus 28 days ago

    Watched this who's while waiting for ep 5 of W two worlds. The premise of the plot is good but the characters are a bit of a downer. I really really hate Sun Woo's brother who is a coward and weak minded of a man. He starts and drives the whole mess and always hiding avoiding consequences which everyone around him has to live with by his actions. Grrr...on ep. 15 now and getting to hate him even more.

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    sekar 29 days ago - edited

    i'll be watching this drama after W, cause it has same writer and nice review. cant waiiiittt

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    nela Jul 18, 2016 - edited

    Must-watch korean drama! :)

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    nela Jul 14, 2016

    is it a happy ending? I'm on episode 3.

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    Narco Mar 31, 2016
    Reveal Spoiler »
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    Nanotao Mar 14, 2016 - edited

    Nine has the really dumb female and arrogant male lead. xO I started to watch it only because part of the drama was filmed in Nepal, kinda my second home. But the plot happened to be breathtaking. Though I mostly fast-scrolled the second harf of the episodes as it was draggy. 20 episodes is too much.

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    EXOWOLFGIRL Feb 13, 2016 - edited

    Do you recommend it for me guys

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    CjRun Feb 11, 2016 - edited

    I am on episode 3 now. so far still very interesting!! Hope he doesnt die at the end.

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      nela Jul 14, 2016

      Is it a happy ending? I'm on episode 3. Thanks.

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      CjRun Jul 15, 2016

      Unfortunately, i lost interest couple of episodes down. Too many good dramas to watch out there.

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    radhz_dramalover Feb 8, 2016

    daebakkkkk. great drama i must say. i mean i really dont know why i kept it on hold. probably because of not so famous cast. but this drama and its complexity. all the mind games and twists are treat to watch. I am glad that i got to see this drama.

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    radhz_dramalover Feb 8, 2016
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    radhz_dramalover Feb 6, 2016

    I started watching this drama based on a recommendation . Now I am in episode 4. 3rd episode made story really interesting. M loving it.I think I am going to binge watch this. Oh good bye my life.

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    dayidream Feb 1, 2016

    events started after episode 4 so I recommend continue watching until ep 5 ... this is one of the best time-travel story.... and one of the best small screen couple they had chemistry .... Totally recommended ^^

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    dramaconnoisseur Jan 28, 2016

    I remember watching a few episodes when it was aired on tv, but this drama didn't attract me that much so I haven't continued to watch. But I remember that many articles said that this drama is really good.

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    bossmama Jan 17, 2016 - edited

    Great start, then it hit a melodrama bump (seriously the whole scene that lead Sun Woo's dad to his demise was kinda laughable), then it dragged a bit (or maybe not, it just dealt with the romance thingy which I have no interest with so it felt draggy for me), but at least it has a pretty satisfying ending.

Details

  • Country:

    South Korea
  • Type:

    Drama
  • Episodes:

    20
  • Aired:

    Mar 11, 2013 to May 14, 2013
  • Aired On:

    Monday, Tuesday
  • Network:

    tvN
  • Duration:

    52 min.

Statistics

  • Score:

    8.6 (scored by 3,166 users)
  • Ranked:

    #98
  • Popularity:

    #271

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