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A man desperate for money will do anything to get it. Julian (Kim Joo Hyuk) is a con artist who swindles money from rich women. When his business dealings threatened to get him killed unless he can pay off his debts within one month, he devises a plan to save his own hide. He pretends to be the long-lost brother of the rich blind heiress, Min (the ever popular young star Moon Geun Young), and plans to kill her to claim her fortunes. Will the scoundrel go through with his evil scheme or will he grow a heart? “Love Me Not” is the 2006 South Korean feature film debut by director Lee Cheol Ha, who is known for his work on commercials and music videos. The movie, which has the distinction of being the most expensive film made by a first-time director, is based on the 2002 Japanese drama “Love Isn’t Necessary, Summer.”

Genres: Romance, Drama
Country: Korea
Original title: 사랑따윈 필요없어
Broadcast Network: KBS2
Broadcast Period: 2009-08-10 to 2009-09-08
Rating: PG-13
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