Goo Ae Jung, a wash out idol, meets famous actor Dokko Jin by chance. Off to a bad start, a series of rumors makes them get involved in each other's careers and boosts Ae Jung's popularity enough to participate in a match making show.
P4: are the new recruits in the violent crimes unit at Gangnam Police Station. The journey of four young cops as they fumble, learn, fall in love and find their way to becoming people the citizens can trust.
Yi-Hwan is a former professional baseball player. He was involved in fixing games and lost everything. Gang boss Sang-Ha runs a money lending business and a gambling location. He makes ... See full summary »
Two brothers were separated at an orphanage. Years later, the brothers meet again and they try to find their mother. But, what really bother themselves is one is a buddhist's shaman and the other one is a christian's pastor.
An unsuccessful journalist becomes a star in the media after he wrote an article about the memo of an unknown serial killer. As he learns that the memo was just part of a novel, he decides to cover up everything.
Chul-Soo (Hong Jong-Hyun) is the only son of a legendary thief family. He falls in love with Young-Hee (Jin Se-Yun) who is a police officer. Her family is also a police family. To get her ... See full summary »
Actor Jae-Ha (Park Sung-Woong) is cast for the two-man stage play "Unchain." Also cast for "Unchain" is idol star Young-Woo (Oh Seung-Hoon). Young-Woo is not enthused about appearing in the... See full summary »
Good Korean action/thriller and a damn good fist against man virility and machismo
Man on High Heels is a good muscular and engaged dramatic thriller. Korean ingredients are there: it rains all the time, it fights with brutality and aestheticism, it cries, it laughs, it screams ... A little long and suffering from some weaknesses in the scenario, Man on High Heels is enough audacious and a damn good fist against man virility and machismo !
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