Mild comedy about family unity and love. A self-esteemed male-housekeeper wants to prove himself as an acknowledged profession in the modern Korean society.
How-ever!! Even if Robin Williams' "Mrs. Doubtfire" should erase his/her make-up and live in Korea, we can expect almost same contextual result and very cold response of audiences. What rescues this mundane comedy from the group of total busts is veteran actor Suk-kyu Han's seasoned and balanced performance.
A voice for the collapse of traditional family code in Korea is abruptly mitigated at the end and failed in transmitting its own message originally intended. No originality of themes is responsible for no plausibility of social issues in a soft-toned komedie(Korean screwball comedy which is still trendy and popular among many Asian nations now).
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