Young-sae was one of the best dancers in Korea, as we witness in the opening to the film. He dances beautifully with his love and protégée Se-young in the middle of dance competition, until his rival Hyun-soo signals to two other dancers to “accidentally” knock Young-sae over and “mess up” his leg. Se-young later goes to dance with Hyun-soo and Young-sae spends his time a depressed wreck living in his messy apartment without a desire to dance. Two years pass until Young-sae’s friend forces an imported Chinese girl upon him as his new partner. The girl is supposed to be Jang Chang-min, a girl with some dance experience, but her younger nineteen-year-old inexperienced sister comes in her place. Still, Young-sae decides to teach her dancing from scratch in the next three months before the annual dance competition and his dramatic comeback.
Eng Sub titles very good romentic comedy
My Sassy Girl is a 2001 South Korean romantic comedy film. It is partially based on the true story told in a series of love letters written by Kim Ho-sik, a man who posted them online. The film is directed by Kwak Jae-yong.
Dong-chul can't fight at all, but he's a gangster who can talk. He can't show off his skills as well as before, but his spirit is still alive. But the girl who seems nice on the outside moves next door, and she doesn't feel threatened by him. If he calls her "the girl next door," she gets defensive. But for some reason, he wants to be nice to her!
Sae-jin has put herself out on the job market. She has big plans and got the semi-basement room. But a gangster who doesn't even look like one lives next door. This man calls her "the girl next door" as if he knows her. The gangster that talks too much. She doesn't hate him!
A gangster with no charisma, and a very charismatic woman. Their lives together as they head off daily!
Mu-rim-yeo-dae-saeng: So-hwi seems like a normal college girl but she is actually the only descendant of a prestigious martial arts family. Her martial arts skills are unsurpassed but she decides to give up martial arts after she falls head over heels in love with Jun-mo, the charismatic captain of ice hockey team. Her father enlists the help of her childhood friend, Il-yeong, to persuade her to continue with martial arts.
Young-bin and Ha-mi meet by accident after a row over him ruining her cellphone. She believes he and she were destined to meet, but the problem is, he has blood-type B, making him spontaneous and emotional but unreliable. Her sister, running a dating-agency based on selection by blood-types, opposes the friendship, as she's convinced that Ha-mi, with blood-type A, making her soft, introvert and shy, will only end up as another victim of his whims and arrogance. Romantic comedy by Seok-won Choi.
Daenseo-ui sunjeong: Hoping to make a comeback, Na Yeong-sae (Park Keon-hyeong) arranges to marry an ethnically Korean champion dancer from China. Only after they've registered does he find his bride is actually his intended's younger sister, Jang Chae-rin (Mun Geun-yeong), with almost zero terp experience. Between avoiding Eros' darts, Yeong-sae tries to train Chae-rin to competition standards in three months. Plot doesn't hold water for a second, but Chae-rin's gradual transformation from hick teen to sexy dance partner is cleverly handled by Mun (and pic's makeup and costume departments), and thesp is a nifty mover on the dance floor alongside musical performer Park.
Chang-sik lives strictly by the freeloader's handbook, doing the rounds of free samples in department store food sections and sponging off of his older brother. Mi-young nurtures grandiose dreams of becoming a TV actress but has failed every audition because she just can't act. The two unemployed with similar schedules and living in the same neighborhood are bound to run into each other, and they do. One day, Chang-sik and Mi-young are walking around distractedly when they end up in a head-on collision. Chang-sik's coins spill out from his hands and scatter all over the ground. His precious coins! He chases after every single one but ends up 10 cents short. He viciously turns to the Mi-young but she refuses to give him 10 cents.
They become sworn enemies after this incident, but then come across the chance of a lifetime. By chance, they witness a hit-and-run involving old man Hwang together. The next day, to their amazement, they see a banner advertising a 5 million won reward to eyewitnesses. Of course, each person eagerly offers to be a witness and ends up getting tangled up in something they hadn't bargained for. What have these two slackers gotten themselves into?
aka: Who Slept With Her, aka: Hot for Teacher, aka: Sexy Teacher
The main plot is about a catholic school in South Korea, where a young female teacher comes for probation. She has to work as a teacher in french class, where the children are mostly male students. Anyway her character is played by Seon-yeong Ahn - sexy and very good looking Asiatic hottie. All the male students mostly at age of 17 are stunned by her and not only students, but the other male teachers themselves too.
At first, four swordsmen hired to bring back a runaway concubine appear to be competent mercenaries, but soon prove themselves to be a bunch of incompetent buffoons. Their leader, Yae-rang, only has one fighting stance: to drop his sword, make faces at the enemy and pinch his own nipples. Yo-i, is just as idiotic, but at least has a touch of humanity as he works as a mercenary only to earn money for his kid sister. The four take the concubine and her lover into custody, but also accidentally manage to somehow ruin the chance for the ghosts of five murdered courtesans to ascend to heaven. The warriors agree to kill the man responsible which will set the ghosts free, but they must be taught a few tricks by the ghosts as their existing martial arts skills are nearly useless.
The Apprehenders: Nearby police stations located in the Seoul districts of Mapo and Seodaemun are usually compared to each other and, consequently, has developed a rivalry. The chief at the Mapo police station is Hwang Jae-Sung, who is fearless when it comes to catching criminals & uses any means necessary. To top the Mapo station, the Seodaemun police station appoints its new leader Jung Wei-Chan. Jung Wei-Chan graduated from the prestigious police academy. An award for "officer of the year" is given out to the officer able to apprehend the most criminals. The award also comes with a 30 million Won cash prize. Hwang Jae-Sung wants to receive the award as he wants a promotion and did not graduate from the police university. Jung Wei-Chan also badly wants to win the award for the prize money involved - his girlfriend is pregnant. For this award the two rivals compete even more fiercely. A serial rapist case then occurs causing both stations to work together. The outcome hangs in the air.
Gi-soo, Myeong-sik and Ah-rom were members of the same notorious motorcycle gang. They enjoyed their days roaming the streets recklessly on the motorcycles. Now, Gi-soo works as a motorcycle delivery man, Myeong-sik is a motorcycle cop and Ah-rom is a pop idol singer. One day, Gi-soo has Ah-rom riding on the back of his motorcycle as he makes a delivery. To his surprise the delivery package explodes. Gi-soo's cellphone rings and he hears a voice telling him that their is another bomb planted in his helmet which Ah-rom is wearing. Gi-soo is ordered to take another delivery. If the delivery is late or he attempts to run away the helmet will explode.
Dae-Ho is an unproductive bank clerk who is late to work every morning and the object of his manager's frustrations. He was a fan of TV wrestling as a child, but can't get out of a headlock. He finds a local wrestling trainer and through a series of events eventually starts to train. He is slowly transformed as he begins his second job as the cheating villain wrestler known as the Foul King. He starts to stand up for himself in odd ways that are not really in his own best interest. Events get out of hand as conflicting influences come together.
Joon-soo (Jang Geun-suk), and his life when he becomes a student father. Han Joon-su is a tough 18 year old high school kid that loves to cause trouble. He often gets in gang fights, once with 17 other guys, but always comes out as the victor. Then one day Joon-su's parents have decided to go out of town as a way of discipline to their rebellious son. Instead of feeling terrible and lonesome, a party is called over their mansion. He goes shopping and comes upon an unexpected surprise- a little toddler sitting in a shopping basket wearing the name tag "Han Wooram" and points to Joon-soo as his father! Still puzzled, he takes the baby home and thereon starts his adventures in trying to be the best father he could become
Detective K Secret of Virtuous Widow: “Detective K” tells about the adventures of Joseon’s top detective (Kim Myeong-min) as he investigates, as ordered by the King, a series of mysterious murders plaguing the country. During his secret mission, he meets Han Seo Pil (Oh Dal-soo) who eventually becomes his sidekick, and Han Gaek Ju (Han Ji-min), an influential business woman who is a key figure in the case. As they dig deeper into the mystery, they uncover disturbing secrets that link the murders to a massive conspiracy that will shake the whole nation of Joseon.
Watch Mi-seu-teo Go: A 15-year-old circus ringmaster Wei-wei is left all alone with gorilla Ling-ling after grandfather passes away. Thanks to her grandfather's love for baseball, Ling-ling was trained to play baseball and has developed remarkable hitting skills. The materialistic sports agent Sung Chung-Su hears of this remarkable gorilla, and signs Ling-ling to play in the professional South Korean baseball league. Dreaming of success, World's first gorilla pinch hitter and his 15-year old trainer begin on their run in the Korean Baseball League.
In the heart of the small shanty town known as Pine Village, lies 1st Street. The area has been earmarked by businessmen for redevelopment with lush parks and skyscraper apartments. Gangsters have been enlisted by the businessmen to persuade the residents to sell their homes for pennies on the dollar. It turns out that the town’s only hope for a miracle may well come from Pil-je, the gangster sent to 1st street to bully the residents into submission.
Once upon a happy day, there was a happy girl falling in love with a man at first sight and she started to stalk him... Jang Nara and Park Jung-chul collaborate to add a new and unconventional page to the modern fairy tale in this girl-chase-boy romantic comedy "Oh! Happy Day". Hee-ji (Jang Nara), a hot-tempered girl with a strong sense of justice, bursts into "Club Med" standing up for her girlfriends who get rejected to a single party because of their supposedly "low quality".
Instead of obtaining a fair play for her gal pals, Hee-ji meets Kim Hyun-jin (Park Jung-chul), her Prince Charming managing Club Med, and believes he is the love of her life. As determined as a girl like Hee-ji, she breaks into his hotel room the next day and reads him like a book by stealing his schedule. Meant-to-be as it may seem to him who sees this cheerful girl almost everywhere he goes, Hyun-jin gradually grows feelings for her. Things seem to go just fine until this carefully planned "fate" is finally revealed and worsened by the showing up of Hyun-jin's fiancee.
Four men arrive at Ji-Won’s door almost simultaneously all ready to sweep her off of her feet. First to ring Ji-Won’s doorbell is the Kyopo (ethnic Korean born overseas) named “Denny.” Next to arrive is the stuffy intellectual scholar. Before either men can even sit down, the doorbell rings again and the mobster guy with the shiny Gold Rolex walks through Ji-Won’s door. When the mobster sees the other two guys he becomes flabbergasted, but before he can even say anything, the door bell rings again. The director of Ji-Won’s award winning movie arrives at her doorstep on a bicycle. All four guys then gather together for an evening of tense rivalry and one-upmanship.
Nae Kkangpae Gateun Aein: Dong-chul can’t fight at all, but he’s a gangster who can talk. He can’t show off his skills as well as before, but his spirit is still alive. But the girl who seems nice on the outside moves next door, and she doesn’t feel threatened by him. If he calls her “the girl next door,” she gets defensive. But for some reason, he wants to be nice to her! Se-jin has put herself out on the job market. She has big plans and got the semi-basement room. But a gangster who doesn’t even look like one lives next door. This man calls her “the girl next door” as if he knows her. The gangster that talks too much. She doesn’t hate him!
Korea, 1724. Once upon a time in the Choson Dynasty, Chun-doong falls in love at first sight with a beautiful woman whilst in the middle of a fight. Her name is Seol-ji and she works as a kisaeng, a high-class courtesan. When she is delivered by accident to Chun-doong's tavern to work as a maid, he is the happiest man in the land until she is snatched away by her rightful owner, Man-deuk. He vows to get her back, but alone he is no match for Man-deuk, a fierce gang boss with political connections. While still despondent without Seol-ji in his life, he is challenged to a friendly fight by Man-deuk's main rival, gang boss Jjak-gwi. When he accidentally knocks him into a coma, he is hired as the replacement boss. Jjak-gwi was en route to a gathering of the nation's gang bosses at Man-deuk's inn where Seol-ji now works. During the assembly, Man-deuk almost initiates a war in the underworld when he brings Seol-ji into the negotiations.
Set in the 7th century AD during the Korean peninsula's division into three perpetually warring kingdoms, Once Upon A Time In A Battlefield focuses on the Shilla's king Kim Choon-chu efforts to conquer his rivals: Koguryo and Baekche. To achieve this goal, he allies with mainland China's Tang empire, the superpower of the era, and together the two polities plan to attack first the weakest Baekche at its main fortress of Hwangsanbul, guarding the only easy access to the mountainous interior. But the fortress commander General Kye Baek (Park Joong-hoon) will be resisting to the end.
aka: Operation Makeover, aka: Go Go Sister, aka: Project Makeover
The film opens with Jeong Ju (Ko So Young, recently in Ahn Byeong Ki’s “APT”), a thirty year old girl working a dead end job as a fashion assistant whose life is going nowhere, apparently due to the fact that she was betrayed back in high school by her supposed sweetheart Jo Hani, who has since gone on to become a famous singer. Fortunately for her, one day her Microsoft Windows, instead of crashing, offers her the chance to travel back in time to try and persuade her past self to take a different route. Magically transported back to 1994, Jeong Ju poses as her cousin Alice, and quickly insinuates herself into the life of her teen self (played by actress Jo An, also in “Holiday”). Jeong Ju hopes to change the future by persuading the younger Jeong Ju to switch her affections from the vain, floppy-fringed ladies man Jo (Lee Joong Moon) to a socially inept, though kind hearted nerd called Tae Hoon (Lee Bum Soo, “City of Violence”), who she happens to know will grow up to be a multimillionaire in the future.
Three grandmas who try to rob back their money which has robbed previously in the bank. They decide to track down the robbers by themselves after the bank revealed that they cannot assume responsibility for the lost money.
Han Dae-huei, a public official in charge of residential pollution of Mapo district. No one can disturb his composure: a man who never loses his temper: a man of tranquility; the apotheosis of snobbery. He is a typically unenthusiastic public official up to his bone. Never expect him to try a new thing or change anything.