A man from a wealthy family who should be in his second year of college, is still finishing his highschool requirements. His family hire a tutor for him who is his own age but she comes from a poor background.


Kyeong-hyeong Kim
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Credited cast:
Ha-neul Kim ... Su-wan (as HaNeul Kim)
Sang-Woo Kwon ... Ji-hoon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Il-seob Baek Il-seob Baek ... Ji-hoon's Father
Ji-woo Kim Ji-woo Kim ... Ho-kyeong
Gong Yoo ... Jong-soo


Kim Ji-Hoon and Choi Su-Wan are both 21, born 3/1982. Su-Wan is a Year 2 University student while Ji-Hoon is only a high school student (Repeating 3rd year). Su-Wan's father lose his job, and her mother works in family business, killing chickens and sell them like Kentucky fried chicken, like that kind of shop but it's family business. Su-Wan needs to earn money to help the family from poverty. Her chicken-expert mother has a rich friend, whose son is Kim Ji-Hoon, needs a tutor who can force Ji-Hoon to sit down and study for 2 hours in 3 months. The salary of this tutorial pays Su-Wan her entire semester, half of the school term. Ji-Hoon is a school fighter, loves fighting, and always attract girls, draws attention. Except studying, Ji-Hoon is really a all-rounder. Ji-Hoon was being sent to USA to study abroad when young. His relation with parents is bad due to they sent him to USA when he was young. To avoid being sent to USA again, Ji-Hoon has to gain an average of 50.0 marks in ... Written by Steffi

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Sweet Korean comedy
2 June 2003 | by Pedro-37See all my reviews

A really sweet movie that has some similarities to the 2001-hit "My Sassy Girl" but is able to enchant most of the time. The biggest applause should go to the two leads. Ha-Neul Kim is both sweet and quirky, Sang-woo Kwon is both attractive and rebellious. The chemistry between the two is very good.

Director Kyeong-hyeong Kim uses some CG-inserts to pepper up the visuals and also offers impressive fight scenes in which Sang-woo Kwon can shine. I liked him a lot better here than in the highly overrated "Volcano High". And that boy has a future - those looks, those fight techniques, and a romantic lead. Not bad.

Well, I can make it short: Nice film. My rating: 7/10

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30 January 2003 (South Korea) See more »

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