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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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Ji-won Ye ...
Ko Eun-bi
Seong-min Lim ...
Kang Se-yeong
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Baek Sung-ki
Jin Nam ...
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Eun-ju Choi ...
Aeng-doo
Yong-geon Kim ...
Oh Man-bong
Ni-ta Ah
Sang-yeon Yun
Dae-seong Jang
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ju-bong Gi
Hyeon-yeong
Tae-Hyeon Jo
Tae-Rang Kil-do
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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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Simple and predictable, but an enjoyable satirical comedy.
17 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

There seems to be a lot of movies about prostitutes coming out of Asia recently. This time, they're running for congress in a movie featuring more sentimentally charged moments than are needed to bring a tear to anyone's eye. Simple and predictable, an enjoyable satirical comedy which lasts close to two hours, but never feels too long.


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