A group of spies, the 5446 Corps were trained by North Korean special forces since their youth, with a goal of unifying Korea. They are ambitiously dispatched to South Korea, where each ... See full summary »
A magician meets an eccentric girl and offers her to work together in his magic show. It is only until a year later that he starts to know her personally and develops a feeling towards her despite her own problems.
Other remade versions of 2014 Korean-made "Miss Granny" include the 2016 Japanese remake called "Sing My Life," ("Ayashii Kanojo"), starring Mikako Tabe (b.1989) in Shim Eunkyung's (b. 1994) lead role, and a 2015 Chinese remake called "20 Once Again, ("Chong fan ershi sui"), starring Yang Zishan (b. 1986) in the lead role. See more »
"Miss Granny" is a funny, sweet and compelling drama that would bring joyful feeling during seeing it. Actually the movie is far from perfect, the theme is kind of weird and illogical but wouldn't bother much if audience could deal with it. The storyline itself isn't focus between reaching the dream, family relationship and love story, it would feel like watching drama series in one film. Also there are some plot holes and questionable ending. Luckily all that flaws could be covered by hilarious and heartfelt moment. The jokes really work especially after Oh Mal-soon becoming young again. It's a unique yet convincing performance by Eun Kyung Shim as a young lady with granny personality has delivered a non- stop laughs. Overall "Miss Granny" is an average good Korean drama which offers entertainment and happiness, but it's still been miles away on being excellent.
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