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This comedy follows a story about three friends, Chiho, Dongwoo, and Gyungjae. Each of them has just turned 20 years old and the world is their oyster. With new opportunities, they can do what they want, love who they want, and even, cause a little havoc here and there.
one of the worst Korean films so far reviewed in 2015. shallow and stupid screenplay that formulaicly depicted three cool-wannabe Koreans young men who proved the ultimate failure under the Korean education system. what we got here are three imbecile-like young men who got no heart, no conscience and no shame for what they did to other people. they are so pretentious, so childishly stupid keep doing immature things that they thought to be cool, yet at the same time only showed their shallowness and heartless cruelty. you could never imagine that young men who already reached twenty would be still so shallow and so stupid. the main actor who played the alpha male moron is one of the worst young actors who never know how to act normally, only by pretentiousness and exaggeration constantly.
the Korean young guys' hairdos are the most incomprehensible myth to me. their hairdo with the front covering almost all the area of their foreheads and thinking that's cool and would make them look more attractive to girls is one more proof how they are so shallow. are all the Korean young guys got scars on their foreheads where the only way to cover those scars is combing down their hairs to cover up their foreheads?
the leading young actor is the worst possible candidate who choose acting being his career, yet almost in all of his films so far, all he did was acted with pretentiousness and exaggeration, not a natural actor with enough acting talent.
the shallow screenplay almost got me sick during the ongoing of this film. what we got was no fun but disgust to the extreme. by reaching twenty years of age yet still decided refusing to become more mature, taking more responsibilities to themselves and treating other people with basic respect only sealing themselves as certified lifetime losers.
the first step not to fall into this category is to comb up their hairs, allowing their foreheads facing their future clearly.
to all the Asian young men trying so hard to imitate these Korean's hairdos/hairstyles: don't do it, cos it only makes you look like morons.
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