Missing Nine

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Synopsis

Nine plane crash victims land on a deserted island where resources are scarce and no one is around to help them. Missing Nine tells the story of these nine individuals as they struggle to survive and live a completely different life away from civilization.

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General Information

  • Status: COMPLETED
  • Drama Title: Missing Nine
  • Other Titles: N/A
  • Genre: Mystery, Suspense
  • Director: Choi Byung-gil
  • Writer: Son Hwang-won
  • No. of Episodes: 16
  • Broadcast Period: Jan 18 – Mar 9, 2017
  • Time Slot: 22:00 Korean Standard Time, Wed & Thu
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
  • TV Network: MBC (free-to-air)
  • Production Company(s): SM C&C
  • Preceded by: Legend of the Blue Sea
  • Followed by: Radiant Office

Main Cast & Characters

main cast of Korean drama Missing Nine

Jung Kyung-ho as Seo Joon-woo. Seo Joon-woo is a D-list celebrity who went through hard times. He is formerly the leader of a popular idol group Dreamer that got disbanded.

Baek Jin-hee as Ra Bong-hee. Ra-Bong-hee left her home to pursue her dreams in Seoul. She is the new stylist of Seo Joon-woo but unluckily finds herself in a deserted island when a plane crashes on her first day of work.

Oh Jung-se as Jung Ki-joon. Jung Ki-joon is Joon-woo’s manager in Legend Entertainment, the Joon-woo’s entertainment agency. Ki-joon has been loyal to Joon-woo throughout the years.

Choi Tae-joon as Choi Tae-ho. Tae-ho is Joon-woo’s rival and old bandmate. He became an actor after the disbandment and is now more successful in his career than Joon-woo.

main cast of Korean drama Missing Nine

Lee Sun-bin as Ha Ji-ah. Ji-ah is the most successful celebrity in Legend Entertainment. She suffers from an illness that she keeps as a secret from the eight plane crash victims.

Park Chan-yeol as Lee Yeol. A former drummer of Dreamer, Lee yeol is also Jon-woo’s old bandmate who is currently more successful in his career as a singer and songwriter than Jon-woo.

Kim Sang-ho as Hwang Jae-Guk. Hwang Jae-guk is the president of Legend Entertainment who approved of the disbandment of Dreamer. 

Tae Hang-ho as Tae Ho-hang. Tae Ho-hang is Jae-guk’s secretary who becomes a witness of crucial events in the island that put himself in dilemma between his conscience and fear.

Ryu Won as Yoon So-hee. So-hee is a top actress and model who also works under Legend Entertainment.

Ratings

Missing Nine Viewership Ratings Data
The orange and green numbers indicate the lowest and highest ratings, respectively.
Episode #Broadcast dateNielsen KoreaTNMS
NationwideSeoulNationwideSeoul
1Jan 18, 20176.56.95.66.4
2Jan 19, 20175.86.45.55.7
3Jan 25, 20174.75.64.65.5
4Jan 26, 20175.36.36.07.0
5Feb 1, 20174.85.15.35.6
6Feb 2, 20174.84.96.26.3
7Feb 8, 20173.84.85.86.8
8Feb 9, 20174.45.44.65.6
9Feb 15, 20174.04.44.75.1
10Feb 16, 20174.35.24.85.7
11Feb 22, 20174.14.55.15.5
12Feb 23, 20174.64.85.86.0
13Mar 1, 20173.94.44.65.1
14Mar 2, 20173.63.74.54.6
15Mar 8, 20174.04.14.44.5
16Mar 9, 20174.24.54.85.1
Average4.65.15.15.7

Official Posters

Original Soundtrack

  • OST Part 1
    • No. 1: When My Loneliness Calls You by Punch
    • No. 2: When My Loneliness Calls You (radio edit)
    • No. 3: When My Loneliness Calls You (instrumental)
  • OST Part 2
    • No. 1: I’m Not Okay by Chen (EXO)
    • No. 2: I’m Not Okay (instrumental)
  • OST Part 3
    • No. 1: Kiss Or Kill by Gain (Browned Eyed Girls)
    • No. 2: Kiss Or Kill (instrumental)

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