Hak-soo has challenged TV audition program for 6 years but never gets into the finalist. On the day he fails his 7th audition, he receives a call from his hometown that his father is in the...
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Hak-soo has challenged TV audition program for 6 years but never gets into the finalist. On the day he fails his 7th audition, he receives a call from his hometown that his father is in the hospital. He rushes to his hometown Byeon-san, only to find it his father lied to bring him to Byeon-san. He heads back to Seoul, but he is suspected as a phishing scam criminal there.
Review: Although the script and idea were good, the movie overall felt pretty unachieved, with a main plot that felt unconcluded and forgettable characters with whom I felt no connection. With that being said the movie overall is okay to see in an afternoon where you have nothing else to do, the acting is top notch from both main actors, which present themselves as two promising stars in the Korean scenario, particularly the main actor Jung-min Park who also appeared early this year in "Keys to the Heart" with an absolutely fantastic role as a handicapped kid, now plays a completely different character being a unachieved rapper with a lot of unresolved childhood issues. Worth seeing for the performances.
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