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This is a cute comedy. It is about the complex problem of early teen pregnancy.
I think that what makes the film special and enjoyable is that the young man reacts to the situation with maturity and responsibility well beyond his years. At 13, he decides that he needs to grow up fast, so he can take care of his girlfriend and his child. His attitude is pretty much "I've screwed up, but I'm going to do my best to make things right." I can't help but think that if more young men reacted that way, the world would be a better place.
There are plenty of funny moments, and no doubt more than a few comments on Korean society.
In summary, a funny and cute film about a serious subject. If only real life were more like the movie. :-(
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