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100 Days with Mr. Arrogant (2004)

Nae-sa-rang ssa-ga-ji (original title)
A cute, poor, Korean high school senior's dumped by her boyfriend so she kicks a beer can hitting a handsome driver, who "crashes" his convertible. He insists on 3M won/USD3000 in damages. She can work it off over 100 days. Comedy follows.


Dong-yeob Shin


Dong-yeob Shin


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Credited cast:
Jae-won Kim ... Lee Hyeong-jun
Ji-Won Ha ... Kang Ha-yeong
Tae-Hyun Jin Tae-Hyun Jin ... Yeong-eun (as Tae-hyeon Kim)
Min Han Min Han ... Hyeon-ju
Chang-wan Kim ... Ha-yeong's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Seong-sik Han Seong-sik Han
Ji-Yeong Hong Ji-Yeong Hong
Dan-bi Kim Dan-bi Kim
Ji-yu Kim Ji-yu Kim
Min-kyeong Kim Min-kyeong Kim
Eung-Kyung Lee Eung-Kyung Lee ... Ha-yeong's Mother


Ha-yeong is dumped by her boyfriend on the 100th day of their relationship, an important milestone for every couple. Hyeong-jun is a wealthy and handsome man who melts women wherever he goes, but is not interested in dating. One day, as the later is driving his luxury car, the two will meet. Disgruntled by her recent rejection, Ha-yeong kicks a soda can out of frustration, which finds its way onto Hyeong-jun's head. Startled by the impact, he loses control of his car and scratches it against a wall. When Ha-yeong is unable to pay for the damages, he persuades her to repay him by signing a contract that binds her to his service for 100 days. What happens next is strictly by the (silly) book and inevitably, they both start having feelings for one another. Written by azek

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Comedy | Romance


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No suprise...
6 April 2004 | by evensungSee all my reviews

I didn't have too high hopes for this movie, and it sure didn't suprise me in any way.

It's been described almost like MSG (my sassy girl), and after watching it, I have to say...it only comes out looking like a horrible and shapeless replica.

Acting was...on par. Ha Ji Won isn't really a great actress...and she sure didn't impress in this one either. She is however a very goodlooking being, and for me that was kinda what drove me through this sorry excuse for a movie. Kim Jae Won was most definately the best preformer, but he bleaks under the horrible plot...and the execution of it.

The movie suffers from being horribly easy to predict. It also fails where MSG succeded...the transition during the movie from (romantic)comedy to romance.

There were some semi-funny scenes in it though. But nothing worth remembering. Spend ur time with something else...I only reccomend seeing this if you're either a die-hard Jae-won or Ji-won fan... or if u like waisting time.

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Release Date:

16 January 2004 (South Korea) See more »

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$3,200,000 (estimated)
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