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Microhabitat ()

Sogongnyeo (original title)
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Whiskey and cigarettes, the only ways of keeping her dignity in this city.

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Mi-so (as Som E.)
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Han-sol
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Jae-Hyun Choi ...
Hyeon-jeong's husband
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Kim Rok-yi
Kim Guk-Hee ...
Hyeon-jeong (as Kim Gook-hee)
Jin-ah Kang ...
Moon-yeong
Ye-Eun Kim ...
Jae-kyung
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Dae-Yong

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Jeon Go-Woon ... (as Go-Woon Jeon)

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Jeon Go-Woon ... () (as Go-Woon Jeon)

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Kim Soon-Mo ... producer

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Kwun Hyun-Jeong

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Tae-soo Kim

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Plot Summary

This film is about a young woman who suffered a deep depression, the only way to deal with it is binge drinking and chain smoking. But when the Korean government raised the prices of cigarettes so high that she simply couldn't afford the price hikes, she decided to give up her house and used the money to keep buying cigarettes and liquor. By losing her house, she thought she could ask her friends one by one to sleep in their own rooms in turns. But her wishful thinking would be a tough test between her and her friends. When reality became a daily difficulty to deal with regularly, there might no friendship can survive or, vice versa? Written by BasicLogic

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Also Known As
  • So-gong-nyeo (South Korea)
  • Microhabitat (World-wide, English title)
  • Microhabitat (Canada, English title)
  • Microhabitat (Philippines, English title)
  • Microhabitat (United States)
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  • 106 min
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Trivia The English title "Microhabitat" is translated in Korean as "MisoSeosikji" which literally means "a place where Mi-So(the protagonist's name) lives". MisoSeosikji was the original Korean name of the film that has intended pun in it, but due to the recommendation of the distributor concerned lacking viewers, the title changed as "Sogongnyeo(A Little Princess)" named after so-called novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. (director Jeon Go-Woon said in one of Guest Visit event in Korean Film Archive) See more »

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