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Dang-sin-i Jam-deun Sa-i-e (2008)

Yoo-jin is a party girl with lots of male acquaintance's, but no boyfriend. After a night of heavy partying she wakes up alone in a hotel-room certain that something happened last night. She then goes on a hunt for the missing guy.

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Credited cast:
Ji-won Ye ...
Yoo-jin
Jae-hun Tak ...
Cheol-jin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sin-ho Byeon ...
Snack bar owner
Seo-won Cha ...
Hye-won
Soo Yeon Han ...
Fishing place woman
Seok-hyeon Jo ...
Hotel male worker
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Hyun-joo
Hyeong-beom Kim ...
Jong-tae
Jae-hoon Lee ...
Jong-man
Won-ju Moon ...
Young-ho
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Yoo-jin is a party girl with lots of male acquaintance's, but no boyfriend. After a night of heavy partying she wakes up alone in a hotel-room certain that something happened last night. She then goes on a hunt for the missing guy.

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14 August 2008 (South Korea)  »

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While You Were Sleeping  »

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Opening Weekend:

$7,117 (USA) (4 November 2016)

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$7,117 (USA) (4 November 2016)
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2.35 : 1
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What Happened Last Night? (2008)
26 December 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Woman gets drunk. Passes out. Has sex. Tries to find out who she spent the night with. Korean comedies aren't terrible, it's just that most of the humor derives from the simplistic goofiness of it all. Most of it is exaggerated facial expressions, insults, physical abuse and misunderstandings. They do manage to bring some charm along the way, but the constant use of sound effects, comical musical cues, and SFX to enhance the moment can become tiring. The ballsiness of Ye Ji-Won should be admired. It takes some talent to present a promiscuous, heavy drinking, obnoxious woman as likable, but she manages to do it. It's also handy that unlike most Korean comedies, it keeps it around 90 minutes instead of pushing over 2 hours.


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