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Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta[2] (abbreviated STJC), also known as Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta Reborn,[3] is a 2017 remake of the 2002 series of the same name. Both series are loosely adapted from Yoko Kamio's Boys Over Flowers and the Taiwanese drama, Meteor Garden (2001).[1] The series was produced in Indonesia by SinemArt (formerly Prima Entertainment).

The series stars Natasha Wilona, Verrell Bramasta, Aliando Syarief, and Bryan Domani. Syarief left the show in December 2017 and was replaced by Teejay Marquez. It began airing November 13, 2017 on SCTV.[4] The final episode aired on October 28, 2018.[5] Starting in April 2020, Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta was rebroadcast.[6]

The plot follows Laras (Wilona), a scholarship student, and her tangles with Vino (Bramasta) and his friends.


Laras (Natasha Wilona) dreams come true when she gets a scholarship to study at Palm University. She wants to change her family's lives for the better and make her father, Samsul (Boy Tirayoh), proud. Unfortunately, Samsul has to leave Jakarta to chase after his former business partner, who cheated him out of money. Laras remains behind and supports herself by getting a part-time job as a delivery person. During one of these deliveries, she is nearly hit by a car, containing Vino (Verrell Bramasta) and Leon (Bryan Domani). This sets off a chain of events that change her life forever.[7]

Cast and characters

  • Natasha Wilona as Laras Ayuningtyas
  • Verrell Bramasta as Vino Adijaya
  • Bryan Domani as Leon
  • Aliando Syarief as Satya Adijaya
  • Ersya Aurelia as Dara
  • Aditya Zoni as Revan Adijaya
  • Maureen Daryanani as Bianca
  • Gabriella Larasati as Sonya
  • Riza Syah as Reza
  • Teejay Marquez as Sean Adijaya
  • Dinda Hauw as Sandra Hutomo
  • Panji Zoni as Panji
  • Boy Tirayoh as Samsul
  • Windy Wulandari as Rani Adijaya
  • Adam Jordan as Marcho
  • Meriam Bellina as Ningrum
  • Johan Morgan Purba as Pak Bimo
  • Amara Sophie as Lola
  • Reymon Knuliqh as Ahua
  • Mezty Mez as Metty
  • Natasha Dewanti as Tari
  • Ujang Ronda as Ujang
  • George Rudy as Rey
  • Aditya Suryo as Raka
  • Lidya Kharisma as Lastri
  • Jonas Rivanno as Daniel
  • Leon Dozan as Marsono
  • Adjie Pangestu as Michael Adijaya
  • Kevin Kambey as Kevin
  • Eeng Saptahadi as Bondan
  • Cut Keke as Soraya
  • Julio Ronaldo as Danur
  • Gabriella Lasdauskas as Claudia
  • Nevytania Zafin as Cherry
  • Emeraldy Rafael as Rangga


Plans for a remake of Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta were announced in mid-2017.[8] The series is loosely adapted from Yoko Kamio's Boys Over Flowers and the Taiwanese drama, Meteor Garden.[1] The principal actors were revealed in July 2017, including Natasha Wilona, Verrell Bramasta, Aliando Syarief, and Bryan Domani.[9] Teuku Rassya was originally reported as being part of the main cast. The drama premiered on November 13, 2017 on SCTV.[10] The Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta remake began airing just a few months after the Meteor Garden remake (2018) was announced.[11]

Syarief left the show on December 18, 2017. Allegedly, he was upset about not being the male lead instead of Bramasta.[12][13] He was replaced by Filipino actor Teejay Marquez.


Recipient Category Result
SCTV Awards 2017
Popular Lead Actor Verrel Bramasta Won
Popular Lead Actress Natasha Wilona
SCTV Awards 2018
Popular Supporting Actor Bryan Domani Won
Popular Supporting Actress Ersya Aurelia
Panasonic Gobel Awards 2018
Favorite Soap Actress Natasha Wilona Won

Original series

Original cast of Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta (2002)

Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta, abbreviated as STJC, is a 2002 Indonesian soap opera produced by Prima Entertainment.[14] The series is loosely based on the Taiwanese drama Meteor Garden (2001), which in turn is based on the Japanese manga Boys Over Flowers.[15] The drama aired in April 2002 for around thirty episodes.[16][17] It was proved to be a hit in Indonesia.[18] The show starred Leony Vitria Hartanti (Tsukushi), Indra Bruggman (Tsukasa), Roger Danuarta (Rui),[19] Jonathan Frizzy, and Steve Emmanuel.[20] Rorencia Natassia, Dhini Aminarti, and Irfan Hakim also appeared in the series.

The show has been accused of plagiarizing Meteor Garden.[21] It follows Oni (Hartanti), a tomboyish girl from a poor family, forced to intend an upper-class school by her mother. She clashes with the school's ruling clique lead by Indra (Bruggman). He starts to develop feelings for Oni, but she likes his friend Roger (Danuarta). Reportedly, though the premise is the same, the rest of the series is supposed to have deviated from Meteor Garden.[17]


  • According to Teejay Marquez, the production was unable to obtain the copyright as it was too expensive. He also insisted that the story is the same as Meteor Garden, though the names are changed.[22]
  • Verrell Bramasta's drama Putri untuk Pangeran (2020), also starring Ranty Maria, has drawn comparisons with Meteor Garden.[23]


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See also

Further reading

  • Tambunan, Shuri Mariasih Gietty (2018). "Mimicking East Asian popular culture products: Temporality of urban global culture in Indonesia". Urban Studies: Border and Mobility. Routledge. ISBN 9780429017247.

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