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Windstruck (2004)

Nae yeojachingureul sogae habnida (original title)
The heart-warming romance story between Kyungjin and Myungwoo. Even though he has passed away, he will be always with Kyungwoo forever.


Jae-young Kwak


Jae-young Kwak




Credited cast:
Jun Ji-Hyun ... Kyung-jin Yeo
Jang Hyuk ... Myung-woo Ko
Soo-Ro Kim Soo-Ro Kim ... Guy, taking of hostage (as Su-ro Kim)
Ki-woo Lee ... Prince
Ye-jin Im Ye-jin Im ... Woman cop of police box
Kim Chang-wan ... Chief of police box
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Song Boo-gun Song Boo-gun ... Hostage
Tae-Hyun Cha ... Guy on platform
Jeong Ho-bin ... Chang-soo Shin, criminal
Jae-hyeong Jeon Jae-hyeong Jeon ... Runaway boy 2
Dae-Hoon Jeong Dae-Hoon Jeong ... Runaway boy 1
Oh Jeong-Se ... Police officer Jo
Jeong-tae Kim Jeong-tae Kim ... Yeong-ho Kim, assistant inspector
Jeong-hun Lee Jeong-hun Lee
Yoon-hee Park Yoon-hee Park


When police officer Kyungjin met with Myungwoo accidentally in a crime, she found that this responsible teacher was a really nice guy. At that night, Kyungjin got into a fight with a bunch of high school kids and got trouble in a big gun fight between rival drug dealers. Myungwoo tried to help her but then something happened that forces them stayed together all day long. They got closer to each other and Myungwoo was not able to repulse the strange but pure nature. He fell in love with her. One day, when Kyungjin was chasing a notorious criminal, Myungwoo helped her again, however, not knowing that what would happen that day changed their relationship forever... Written by astroboy2k

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If only I can feel you....even as the wind


Comedy | Crime | Drama | Romance


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The gun that Myung-woo holds to the head of the mob boss changes positions between shots. See more »


Kyung-jin Yeo: [calling after him] Myung-woo, I'm sorry.
Myung-woo Ko: [turns around] My name's not sorry.
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Referenced in The Villain (2014) See more »


Gymnopédie No. 1
Written by Erik Satie
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Windstruck better than My Sassy Girl
8 October 2005 | by jxl01aSee all my reviews

I've watched both movies and Windstruck is better!!! I liked My Sassy Girl but Windstruck was the much better emotional roller-coaster. Their love seemed much more real and intense. It's a story about great and true love transcending death. And the fact that even through all the heartache, being able to let go of the pain and to find the strength to live again.

Others may not like it as much, but you don't give it a fair chance. Just because My Sassy Girl came first doesn't make it better! I highly recommend this movie whether you've seen My Sassy Girl or not! And Yes Its no My Sassy Girl, Its Windstruck! A great and different love story. So stop comparing the two.

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Release Date:

3 June 2004 (Hong Kong) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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