Yoon-Jung accidentally calls a stranger, instead of her boyfriend, and has phone sex with the unknown man. When her relationship with boyfriend turns sour, she meets Hyun-Seung, and falls ... See full summary »
Madeleine is a South Korean movie released in 2003. The story follows the lives of two girls living together and their separate love lives as they struggle to find and maintain their new ... See full synopsis »
In his youth, Ji Eun Ho accidentally met Ji Eun Dong. She intercedes to keep him out of detention. The act of kindness, changes his attitude toward everyone. Eun Ho finds himself becoming ... See full summary »
Left on his father's doorstep as a newborn, Park Jae Young grows into a warm-hearted though naive person, quite unlike his scheming and ruthless father and elder brother, Park Si Young. He ... See full summary »
This is a fairly tame film about to young people who meet in Yanbian, China to participate in a excavation there of ancient Korean treasures. Chul-soo (In-Seong-Jo) is a lazy guy of privilege in South Korea who is going to Yanbian to be able to graduate. Yeong-Hee (the fairly beautiful Sa-rang Kim) is from North Korea and is an honors student. Chul-soo wants to be with her but, of course, given the conflict between the Koreas, it is quite a difficult thing to even think about, especially from Yoeng-hee's eyes.The film is political in that respect, but its simplistic in its approach, aiming low so you care less about their respective country's ideological differences and concentrate more on their relationship. Its an okay film, mostly a date movie. If you like these kind of films, its okay. Otherwise, it is not essential.
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