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The First Amendment of Korea (2003)
"Daehanminguk heonbeob je 1jo" (original title)

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About Koh Eun-bi, a prostitute who wants to be a congresswoman in a South Korea Election. Will she as a prostitute can succeed?


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Credited cast:
Ji-won Ye ...
Ko Eun-bi
Seong-min Lim ...
Kang Se-yeong
Mun-shik Lee ...
Baek Sung-ki
Jin Nam ...
Eun-ju Choi ...
Yong-geon Kim ...
Oh Man-bong
Ni-ta Ah
Sang-yeon Yun
Dae-seong Jang
Wok-suk Song
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ju-bong Gi


Eun-bi, an orphaned girl who works as a prostitute, is moved to action when her prostitute friend is brutally gang raped and the police do nothing because her friend was a prostitute. Deciding to run for Korea's parliament, she runs into mob coercion and deception along with way. This movie is a funny but insightful satire of the corruption of Korean elections. Written by peter07

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Comedy | Drama


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14 March 2003 (South Korea)  »

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A strong comedy-drama with plenty of remake potential
4 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A structurally sound and colourful working-class comedy in which an educated prostitute (Ye Ji- won) runs for a senate seat, causing untold embarrassment to her old-boy political rivals (the comedy) and unintended consequences for some of her hooker companions once the spotlights get a little too hot (the drama). The screenplay by Choi Jong-tae and Kim Jin-su eschews the broad laughs one might reasonably expect from a high concept Korean comedy like this, and instead allows sharp dialogue and realistic situations do the heavy lifting. Probably more remake potential in this film than in the dozen or so Korean horror pictures that were picked up by opportunistic American producers.

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