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Jenny, Juno (2005)

Jeni, Juno (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy | 18 February 2005 (South Korea)
Fearing their families' disapproval, Jeni and her boyfriend Juno keep her pregnancy hidden. How long can the teenagers keep the secret?

Director:

Ho-joon Kim

Writer:

Ho-joon Kim (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Sun-yeong Ahn Sun-yeong Ahn
Nam-kil Kang ... Juno's Dad
Hye-sung Kim Hye-sung Kim ... Juno
Ja-ok Kim Ja-ok Kim ... Jenny's Mom
Eung-Kyung Lee Eung-Kyung Lee ... Juno's Mom
Dong-jin Lim Dong-jin Lim ... Jenny's Dad
Min-Ji Park Min-Ji Park ... Jenny
Min-jung Seo Min-jung Seo ... Jenny's Sister
Eun-jin Sim Eun-jin Sim ... Jeni's friend
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Fearing their families' disapproval, Jeni and her boyfriend Juno keep her pregnancy hidden. How long can the teenagers keep the secret?

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pregnancy | See All (1) »

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Teen Stories that Give Lessons to Become Adults
13 May 2019 | by nazzahraSee all my reviews

Jenny Juno's story is a complex story that is simply packaged. The storyline at the beginning was a little slow, but nearing the middle, the story became nice to watch. Many teenage comedies are packed in this story, so even though this story is basically heavy but because of the touch of comedy, it becomes nice to watch and seems more fresh.

The moral message of this story can be taken well. About the responsibility of a pair of teenagers for the mistakes they have made. Indirectly, teaches us about being mature. This story teaches us to be careful in doing, and responsible for what we have done regardless of the consequences. However, I am a little less amenable to the feelings of the two main characters and their friends who don't seem to show guilt for doing things that violate the norm, or maybe even look happy after what they've done. Regardless, the main story of the film is not focused on it, but about the things that happened after that so I don't think it's a problem.

Another thing that should be appreciated is that the two main characters are able to portray the character very well. The character of adolescents who are curious, careless, and drunk in love really looks natural. Also the character of those who appear when faced the problem, with being parents, can be played well in tandem. The actors and actress are able to help the story be well conveyed.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

18 February 2005 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Jenny e Juno See more »

Filming Locations:

South Korea

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,575,871
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