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See You After School (2006)

Bang-gwa-hoo-ock-sang (original title)
The new boy accidentally gets on the wrong side of the high school bully, and is challenged to a fight after school.


Seok-hoon Lee


Seok-hoon Lee (screenplay)





Credited cast:
Soo-Jang Baek Soo-Jang Baek
Tae-gyu Bong Tae-gyu Bong ... Namkoong Dahl
Seung-Yeol Cha Seung-Yeol Cha ... (as Cha Seung-Yeol)
Eun-ju Choi Eun-ju Choi
Sang-mi Choo Sang-mi Choo ... Cameo
Kyung-yeun Hong Kyung-yeun Hong
Dae-Hoon Jeong Dae-Hoon Jeong
Koo-yeon Jeong Koo-yeon Jeong ... Min-ah
Tae-Hyun Jin Tae-Hyun Jin ... (as Tae-hyeon Kim)
Dal-hwan Jo Dal-hwan Jo
Woo Jung ... (as Jeong Woo)
Jeong-gook Kim Jeong-gook Kim
Kyeong-rae Kim Kyeong-rae Kim
Dal-Hyeong Lee Dal-Hyeong Lee
Hae-Woon Lee Hae-Woon Lee


Namkoong Dahl is a loser, constantly teased and bullied at school. He is transferred to a new school, where he reunites with an old friend who advises him to pick a fight on his first day so bullies will respect him. When Namkoong sees some bullies picking on a girl he likes, he seizes his opportunity. Unfortunately one of the bullies is the toughest thug in school. The bully challenges Namkoong to a fight after school - a fight Namkoong will do anything to avoid. Written by Amazon

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How far would you go to avoid a fight?
27 December 2012 | by KineticSeoulSee all my reviews

This movie reminded me a lot of the movie "The New Guy". I wouldn't be surprised if the director and makers of this flick were influenced to do a comedy with the similar premise and concept. So there is a new transfer student that is down on his luck and is bad luck just follows him everywhere. And has been a puppet on strings all through out his life. Until he meets a friend that teaches him the ways of trying to appear tough so no other students would bully them. But when he tries to act tough in order to impress a girl he falls for he gets himself into a bit of a pickle. Because he gets in the way of the biggest bully in school. So he gets set up on a deadline to meet the bully after school in order to fight. So the plot is basically about him trying to avoid the fight and get out of the situation he is in. And while doing so he starts building a reputation for himself, although most of it is a misunderstanding. And that is what drives this comedy, I enjoy comedies with misunderstandings and this movie is constant misunderstanding one after the next. But the the most intriguing part about this flick is how the whole story is told in one school day. Korean students live at school so it's possible but it seemed a bit over the top. This has more humanistic elements than expected that deals with one would do for popularity and acceptance and if it's worth it all. Overall it's a decent fun comedy that is driven by misunderstandings.


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Release Date:

16 March 2006 (South Korea) See more »

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$1,800,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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