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An entertaining romantic comedy about determination.
Iron Palm comes the United States after five long years of being separated from his girlfriend in an attempt to win back her heart and ultimately spend the rest of his life with her as the real romantic he is. He comes back as a new and different man for the love of his life, Ji-ni, who he'll quickly find out; has also changed from the girl he knew five years ago as well and who now has a new boyfriend in Los Angeles. But that doesn't stop the determined and somewhat obsessed Iron Palm. (A name he gave himself when arriving to the US and which describes him seeing as though he practices a special type of martial arts which hardened his hands as iron.)
Funny situations arise from the inevitable conflict of interest between Iron Palm and Dong-seok, Ji-ni's new boyfriend. Who will ultimately win her heart and by which means? This movie was pretty funny; the humor was a tad cheesy and oftentimes created by silly situations the characters put themselves in; the acting was also pretty good. Overall, I would recommend this movie to everyone who enjoys a good romantic comedy as this Korean flick (Which also contains a lot of English dialogue.) was highly entertaining!
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