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PostSubject: Korean Movies!!   Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:57 pm

My Sassy Girl the Movie

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Directed by
Kwak Jae-yong
Produced by

Shin Chul
Written by

Kim Ho-sik
Kwak Jae-yong
Starring

Jun Ji-hyun
Cha Tae-hyun
Distributed by

Cinema Service
Release date(s)

July 27, 2001
Running time

123 min.
137 min. (director's cut)
Country

South Korea
Language

Korean
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Korean name
Hangul

엽기적인 그녀
Hanja

獵奇的인 그女
Revised Romanization

Yeopgijeogin Geunyeo
McCune-Reischauer


My Sassy Girl (엽기적인 그녀; literally, That Bizarre Girl) is a 2001 South Korean romantic comedy film in which the lead protagonist's chance meeting with a drunk girl on the train changes his life. It is based on the true story told in a series of love letters written by Kim Ho-sik, a man who initially posted them on the Internet and later adapted them into a novel. The film was directed by Kwak Jae-yong.
The film was extremely successful in South Korea.[1] When M Sassy Girl was released throughout East Asia, it was well received in the entire region. An American remake, starring Jesse Bradford and Elisha Cuthbert, and directed by Yann Samuell was released in 2008.[2] A Japanese drama adaptation with Tsuyoshi Kusanagi and actress Rena Tanaka as the leads started broadcasting in

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:57 pm

Part one


The film tells the story of a male college student, Gyeon-woo (Cha Tae-Hyun), and the Girl (Jun Ji-hyun) who is never named in the movie. Gyeon-woo just cannot seem to catch a romantic break. His prospects are so pathetic that even his mother tries to help, telling him to visit his aunt for two reasons. Firstly, because Gyeon-woo reminds his aunt of her son who drowned recently; secondly, because there is a girl his aunt wants to introduce to him. Gyeon-woo repeatedly puts off going to see his aunt.
The movie begins with Gyeon-woo on top of a mountain, speaking wistfully about a girl he knew two years ago that had buried a time capsule with him on that mountain. She had never returned like she'd promised. Next, one sees Gyeon-woo at a photo studio, having his passport photo taken. He is called by his aunt so that she can finally introduce him to the girl she's been trying to set him up with. The movie then flashes back to the past.
While Gyeon-woo is at a restaurant with some of his friends, he is interrupted by a call from his mother telling him to go meet the girl that his aunt wants to set him up with. He refuses and continues to eat with his friends. At the train station on his way to his aunt's, he observes a girl, drunk, standing precariously close to the edge of the train platform as the train approaches; he pulls her to safety just in time. Inside the train, Gyeon-woo cannot help but stare at the girl wavering back and forth. He is slightly attracted to her but repulsed by her drunkenness. Finally, she throws up on a passenger and faints but not before she calls Gyeon-woo "honey". The passenger aggressively chides Gyeon-woo and tells him to take care of his girlfriend. Gyeon-woo, completely flustered, carries her all the way to the nearest motel. While he is showering, her cell phone rings. Stark naked, he runs out to answer it and informs the caller of their location. Just as Gyeon-woo realizes there are no towels in the shower, a pair of women police officers burst into the room and arrest him.
After getting out of jail—where he was bullied by gangsters—he goes home. His mother beats him with a vacuum cleaner for not turning up at his aunt's and there is a brief flashback of his lifetime failings as a student. He receives a call from the Girl demanding he meet her and explain why he was naked in bed with her. The Girl's dominating and demanding tone during the telephone call establishes her typical posture as a xanthippe, an attitude she maintains throughout the film. Both at the takeaway joint and at the bar to which she drags him she tells him to order, criticises his choices and then tells him what to order. Over soju she cries, admits to breaking up with her boyfriend the day before and gets thoroughly drunk, resulting in another trip to the previous motel.
After this second overnight stay at the motel, she begins to become a more active part of his life. She visits Gyeon-woo in school and manages to get him to hang out with her. In one situation she obtains permission from a teacher by claiming she needs him to accompany her on the way to an abortion, with Gyeoon-woo being the father. Her mood swings wildly from joyful to downright violent but Gyeon-woo puts up with it and lets her abuse him for her amusement.
She is an aspiring scriptwriter and throughout the movie gives Gyeon-woo three different screenplays from different genres. The first is an action movie—The Demolition Terminator—which switches gender roles, symbolically having the Girl save her helpless lover (Gyeon-woo). The second is a wild perversion of a Korean short story—Sonagi—in which the Girl, having died, asks that her lover be buried along with her—even though he's still alive. The resulting situation is quite humorous. The last is a wuxia/samurai movie spoof full of genre clichés and anachronisms. All three feature the same common thread: the Girl is from the future.
Despite all the horrible things, Gyeon-woo endures; he is determined to help cure the girl's pain. In one scene, he decides to surprise her for her birthday and takes her on a nighttime trip to an amusement park which ends up quite differently than how he planned: The pair encounter an AWOL soldier who holds them hostage and rants about his misery. Gyeon-woo convinces him to release her, and she in turn convinces the soldier to free Gyeon-woo and go on with his life. Throughout the first half of the movie she is resolute in her pain, dishing it out in plenty. As the second half comes around, however, she begins to change: she shows vulnerability.

Part two


The second - more dramatic - half of the movie begins with the Girl waiting for Gyeon-woo after class. They are walking through the university campus when she suddenly complains about the pain caused by her high-heels and convinces Gyeon-woo to switch shoes with her. Overjoyed, she tells him to chase her, which he does wearing her high heels. It starts raining and they return to her home. At her house Gyeon-woo overhears an impassioned argument between the girl and her mother over her relationship with him. He does not hear from her for quite some time and his life without her begins.
However, one day she calls him and tells him to bring her a rose during class to commemorate their 100th-day anniversary. He does this, leading to a touching and romantic scene where he arrives incognito and is about to leave the packed auditorium but is led to the front by the beautiful melody of George Winston's variations on Pachelbel's Canon in D. The Girl is onstage playing a piano in front of an audience of her all-female classmates who applaud in approval at his romantic gesture - a similar gesture, the viewer is later informed, was performed by her previous boyfriend. As the night further unfolds he is confronted at her house by her parents. Her father is naturally infuriated that she is drunk again and demands a break-up.
Time passes and one day the Girl calls Gyeon-woo to meet her for dinner. When he arrives he is surprised to see her with a date. The Girl introduces Gyeon-woo to him as "her friend." During dinner, the Girl leaves the table briefly, leaving Gyeon-woo and her date by themselves. Gyeon-woo candidly offers advice on how to ensure her happiness by following ten rules. He devised his rules from considerable pain, dedication and devotion to the Girl. When she returns her date begins to explain the rules. It is at this point that she realizes just how well Gyeon-woo understands and cares for her. She abruptly leaves her date and searches for Gyeon-woo. Once reunited the two realise they are at a turning point in their relationship.
They travel to a mountain in the countryside where she unveils a time capsule. During the previous night the couple wrote their true feelings in letters which the Girl says will be buried next to a particular tree on the mountain. They agree to meet again at the tree after two years to read the letters together. After burying the time capsule they go their separate ways.
During the two year span, Gyeon-woo works hard to improve himself in many ways, even writing My Sassy Girl which someone has bought the movie rights to, an event he eagerly anticipates telling the Girl about. When the agreed upon date arrives, he travels to the mountain but the Girl does not show up. Eventually, he opens the time capsule and reads her letter and learns the root of her angst and behavior: Gyeon-woo reminds her of her previous boyfriend who, rather than breaking up with her, actually died before she met Gyeon-woo. All through the time the Girl and Gyeon-woo were seeing each other she had been seeing her dead boyfriend's mother, who wants to introduce her to a nice young man.
A year after Gyeon-woo visits the tree, the Girl finally arrives. Sitting under the tree is an old man. During their conversation the old man reveals the secret of the tree, that it is not the same tree; the original tree had been struck and killed by lightning a year before and a similar tree had been planted by a young man so that someone special wasn't sad, and that he has read the letters. The Girl says she had hoped that destiny would bring the couple together during the two years.
The film then cuts to Gyeon-woo entering a subway station, wearing the same suit he was wearing at the beginning of the movie. The flashback has ended and continuity is resumed from right after Gyeon-woo leaves the photo-studio. Gyeon-woo is caught outside the shutting doors of a train, presumably ignorant at first of the Girl's presence on the train but after a few seconds of staring he seems to realise whom it is he sees from behind. As the train pulls out he runs along but has to give up.
At lunch with her dead boyfriend's mother after a year-and-a-half, the Girl is surprised to hear a familiar voice apologise for his lateness. The mother introduces her nephew Gyeon-woo whom she has been trying to introduce to the Girl for years. The mother, who is Gyeon-woo's aunt, tells the Girl to go out with him, he'll make things easier for her and then tells Gyeon-woo that the Girl can give advice to him about his impending trip to England but Gyeon-woo replies, "I don't have to go now." The pair hold hands under the table and the Girl says she thinks she met a man from the future (Gyeon-woo's future self). The final shot shows the pair in their activity from earlier in the film, dressed in school uniforms going into a dance club.

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:59 pm

Soundtrack


The Korean song entitled "I Believe" by Shin Seung Hun (신승훈) is the theme song of this film. The song has been translated to different Asian languages such as Japanese, Chinese and Filipino.
Also, there are two scenes within the movie that have different soundtracks from each varying version, notably the EDKO and Starmax distributions

  • During the scene where Gyeon-Woo, in the Girl's second movie script, is the villain fighting the heroine, the EDKO release has a Korean track while the Starmax distribution is replaced by a different track.
  • During the scene where Gyeon-Woo exchanges shoes with the Girl, the EDKO release again has a Korean track while the Starmax distribution has replaced it with the song "My Girl" by The Temptations.
  • In 2007 the song, "I Believe," featured a change in lyrics in relation to the short story "Fish Cheeks" from the novel, Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan. The lyrics reflected a portion of the story concerning the humiliation which the young Chinese girl felt after her heritage was set at the table of a Christmas Eve dinner. The song was simply retitled "Sassy" and received a favorably positive reception.




Reception


In 2001 'My Sassy Girl' was the second highest selling film with 4,852,845 tickets sold nationwide and 1,765,100 in Seoul over its 10 weeks in the cinemas.[1] Koreanfilm.org praised the Jeon Ji-hyun portrayal of the character calling her the "undisputed star" and stating "it could not have succeeded anywhere near as well without her".[1]

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Tue Oct 14, 2008 7:01 pm




The Host are Japanese!!

But the Song is korean

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Tue Oct 14, 2008 11:08 pm

OMG! i have watched this movie and this is so great! Very Happy
it's funny. Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Wed Oct 15, 2008 4:56 am

I will watch this one.... i think its great.... and ive just heard the theme song ``i believe`` korean.mandarin.english.tagalog..... hehehe... luv that song!
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:05 am

Hwang Jin Yi the Movie

Poster to Hwang Jin Yi (2007)
Directed by

Chang Yoon-hyun
Produced by

Lee Chun-yeon
Jo Seong-won
Written by

Kim Hyeong-jeong
Starring

Song Hye-kyo
Yoo Ji-tae
Music by

Weon II
Cinematography

Choi Young-taek
Editing by

Nam Na-young
Distributed by

Cine-2000
Release date(s)

[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_6]June 6, 2007
Running time

141 minutes
Country

South Korea
Language

Korean
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황진이

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:15 am

Hwang Jin Yi (황진이) is a 2007 South Korean film based on the life of Joseon-era kisaeng Hwang Jin-i, starring Song Hye-kyo in the title role.

Plot summary


The story follows Hwang Jin Yi, a kisaeng who lived in 16th century Korea. Hwang Jin-Yi was a beautiful, talented and intelligent young woman who was able to read and write well, but because she was an illegitimate child, she had no other recourse but to become a kisaeng where she used her position to gain favor with the noble classes.

Cast



  • Song Hye-kyo ... Hwang Jin Yi
  • Yoo Ji-tae ... Nomi


Box office performance


"Hwang Jin-yi" did poorly at the box office, barely grossing $2.5 M. However, it was awaited by many before its release due to the star power of Song Hye-kyo, and many expected the film to be a great success.

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Oct 30, 2008 7:25 am

THE WIG




Hair is scary. Creepy times from The Wig.



AKA: Scary
Hair


Year: 2005

Director: Won
Sin-Yeon

Cast: Chae
Min-Seo, Yoo Seon, Sa Hyeon-Jin

The
Skinny:

A demonic wig causes a cancer patient to do some very
bad things in this otherwise by-the-numbers variation
on the typical Asian horror plotline. The proceedings
are enlivened considerably by a daring last act surprise,
but aside from a few creepy moments, The Wig
offers little in the way of genuine scares.

Review
by Sanjuro:

If you can get past the
patently ridiculous premise of a killer hairpiece (the
film's unintentionally hilarious alternate title Scary
Hair
just about says it all, doesn't it?), then
The Wig might actually come close to satisfying
your basic horror movie needs, albeit in a predictable,
somewhat underwhelming fashion. Directed by Won Sin-Yeon,
The Wig focuses on the close relationship between
two sisters, and the possessed item that threatens to
tear them apart. Spooky.
In an effort to cheer
up her little sister, Chi-Hyon (Yoo Seon) gives her
cancer-stricken sibling Su-Hyon (Chae Min-Seo) a beautiful
black wig in the hopes that it'll boost her self-esteem.
Bald from chemotherapy treatments, Su Hyon happily dons
the new hairpiece and almost instantly, she finds herself
regaining not only her confidence, but her health as
well. This is clearly no ordinary wig.
But of course, this isn't
a magically enchanted wig, at least not in the positive
sense. In truth, it's actually a wig with an ulterior
motive. Slowly, the wig begins influencing Su Hyon in
ways she never anticipated, taking control of her mind,
body, and soul. Not only does it begin changing her
personality, but her appearance as well. But to what
purpose? All sorts of weird things start happening around-Su
Hyon, perhaps the worst being that Chi-Hyon is caught
in a terrible car accident, one that causes her to suffer
an injury that robs her of her voice. Soon after, a
sizeable rift emerges between the two women, especially
since the now sexually aggressive Su-Hyon sets out to
seduce her elder sister's boyfriend. Talk about sibling
rivalry.
As the film wears on,
Chi-Hyon slowly pieces together the clues, believing
the wig to be haunted. Consequently, she searches tirelessly
to uncover the wig's true origin, a quest that eventually
takes her straight to the very source. But is Chi-Hyon
meant to help this spirit in distress? And is it really
just a coincidence that the wig fell into Su-Hyon's
hands? Or is there something far more sinister going
on here? The truth may prove to be more shocking than
what any audience member might guess.
The Wig follows
the basic genre conventions of a horror film, but exactly
how chilling this movie is depends on how you react
to the killer wig. If you accept it as an instrument
of terror, then The Wig can make for a fairly
creepy film as far as these things go. It's certainly
a grisly picture at times - a gory moment when Su-Hyon
expels pills through her skull is sure to make some
viewers squirm in their seats. But despite the horrific
imagery scattered throughout the film, the truth of
the matter is The Wig isn't that scary, especially
if you're familiar with formulaic horror conventions.
But if one views the film
more as a supernatural mystery than a horror film, then
the lack of overt scares seems less important. Although
some may feel the film's final revelation comes out
of nowhere, it's remarkable that the filmmakers opted
for such a risqué twist. In the large scheme
of things, it may not be that much of a big deal, but
it does help separate The Wig from the dozens
of Ring knockoffs, all of which seem to share
the same explanation for their ghostly happenings. However,
despite the innovative surprise, once the narrative
mystery is "solved," the film unravels into
a protracted, teary-eyed finale meant to elicit the
maximum amount of tears. It's a melodramatic touch that
doesn't quite work.
That isn't to say that
The Wig is a terrible film. Slickly produced
and spooky in places, the movie does what it aims to
do, but really nothing more. And for diehard fans of
the Asian horror craze, The Wig should make for
a fairly entertaining late night diversion. But for
the rest of us, it's just another familiar trip to the
Ring well. (Sanjuro 2005)
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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Oct 30, 2008 7:27 am

BUNSHINSABA



Bunshinsaba (분신사바) is 2004 South Korean horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki.
In 2004 it screened at the 8th annual Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival. The film had its American premiere at the 2005 New York Korean Film Festival and was shown later that year at the 5th annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival.
Plot synopsis


The story is about Yoo-Jin, a transferee from Seoul who, with her
two other friends, are constantly being bullied by their classmates.
One night, Yoo-Jin and her friends decide to place a curse on their
enemies by creating a Ouija board and start to write the names of the
four female bullies. Using the Bunshinsaba curse, Yoo-Jin warns the
others not to open their eyes until the spell is finished. The calling
takes effect, and Yoo-jin, somewhat curious, opens her eyes. To her
shock and horror, she sees an image of a girl with long hair beside her.
However, that does not stop there. The three girls soon find out
that one of the bullies mysteriously died with a burnt face. Meanwhile,
the school employs a volunteer teacher named Eun Ju Lee, simply known
as Ms. Lee, as an art teacher. She starts to call the roll in her class
and stumbles on seat number 29 as she mentions the name Kim In-Sook.
The students are terrified when they hear the name, and rush out of the
classroom as they see her talking to Kim In-Sook. The only one left is
Yoo-Jin, who tells Eun Ju that Kim In-Sook doesn't exist. Eun Ju takes
another look at the seat and realizes that there's no name at seat
number 29. Suddenly, Yoo-Jin sees a figure on Eun Ju's back.
Investigations soon rise as other three bullies die in the same
manner. Finally, Yoo-Jin realizes that the spirit Kim In-Sook is
possessing her. She killed all of those bullies, even though she
doesn't remember doing it.
Eun Ju also senses a terrible force surrounding Yoo-Jin as she also
starts to feel an unearthly presence within her. Mr. Han, Yoo-Jin's
class adviser, decides to help Yoo-Jin by consulting his friend on what
causes her to act strangely. Through hypnotism, they are able to see
the past and find out that the spirit possessing Yoo-Jin is that of Kim
In-Sook, and have a vision how she was killed. Things get worse when
Eun Ju becomes possessed by Kim In-Sook's mother, Chun Hee, who was in
fact a reincarnation. Chun Hee and Kim In-Sook were brutally killed by
the villagers and before dying, placed a curse that for generations to
come, whoever left the village would die. With Chun Hee finally taking
possession of Eun Ju's body, she exacts revenge on the people who
wronged them, slaying the school's principal but sparing Mr. Han's life.
Not long after, Eun Ju gives birth to a girl and within that girl's body is the spirit of Kim In-Sook.
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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Oct 30, 2008 7:31 am












^ BUNSHINSABA pictures^^ its halloween so i just decided to post the korean movies that i have watched^^

note: when you watch Bunshinsaba, dont ever dare to memorize the words^^ hehe Smile just kidding!! "bunshinsaba, bunshinsabara^^"
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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Fri Oct 31, 2008 5:54 am

watched this a while ago..



lol!


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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Sat Nov 01, 2008 5:18 am

-=oh great eun ji!!

-=i love to watch them!! lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Wed Nov 05, 2008 6:49 am

AnGeL wrote:
watched this a while ago..



lol!



wow! really? its a great story, isn't it? heheh XD its really scary! it made me affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid to death!!! hehehe XD

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Wed Nov 05, 2008 6:51 am

GoEunSang_KongJuCandies wrote:
-=oh great eun ji!!

-=i love to watch them!! lol!



hahaha Razz yeah! there are lots of DVD's on the mall!! uhm..i mean the pirated one lol hahaha XD try to search. or try to watch it on Youtube! kkk^^ angel alread gave the link^^ i hope you enjoy watching it as i did.. hehehe XD

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PostSubject: Re: Korean Movies!!   Thu Nov 06, 2008 5:46 am


Bunshinsaba! hehe ...hughh!!!!!!! Shocked


the wig....! huugh... katkot Shocked
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