Synopsis: Instead of calling her boyfriend, Yoon-jung accidentally calls a total stranger. She ends up having phone sex with him. Then when her relationship with her boyfriend is in trouble, she meet Hyun-seung, who still loves his ex-girlfriend. Yoon-jung falls in love with him, but finds out that Hyun-seung is the very stranger she’s been having phone sex with.
Review: Words cannot express how obsessed I became with this movie. I don’t know whether it was the realism, or the crass-ness, or the comedy, or the … I don’t even know. But honestly, if you have not seen this movie… WATCH IT. It does have some sexual scenes, nudity, suggested masturbation, as a warning. But really, that adds to the whole realism to the story. Like, this shit happens in real life people. Not the bullshit glorified sex scenes we usually see… you know what im talking about. Honestly, you could remove all that and Id still love the damn film.Its really hard for me to pin point one thing, that makes it amazing. The actors are great, the romance and fangirl sections are top notch, and the fanservice is quite enjoyable. Pretty much got everything you’d every want.
Now, my thoughts on girls who stay with guys who treat them like shit. What is wrong with you? They arent going to change. They arent going to get better. Youre just being delusional. Get a grip. Youre better than that, no matter who you are. /steps off soap box.
That being said. Watch it. Im not going to say anything other than that. Watch the damn film!
Synopsis: A story that starts when Seo-yeon (Han Ga-in) who is the architect Seung-min’s (Eom Tae-woong) first love in University, comes to him and asks him to re-build her old house. The movie goes back and forth between the past and present day, being affectionate and refined.
Review: To start, I have to say that I was quite disappointed with the ending. In most dramas you expect the lead to lead his girlfriend for his first love and they end the movie happy together. But, in this movie thats not the case. They stay separate. It was kind of really depressing. Other than that, the movie was very good, highly dripping in the romance genre. Both in childhood and adult, it showcases the relationship of a first love, that was thought to be unrequited. It is a very cute movie, but I think the ending totally ruined it for me. I really liked the main actress, and Suzy is one of my fav actresses.
Synopsis: Jung-In (Lim Soo-Jung) & Doo-Hyun (Lee Sun-Kyun) meet in Nagoya, Japan during an earthquake. Love quickly blossoms between the couple. Seven years later, Jung-In and Doo-Hyun are a married couple. Jung-In is still an attractive woman, stylish and cooks with passion, but Doo-Hyun is miserable. He hates his wife’s constant nagging and negative nature. He becomes so despondent that he contemplates asking for a divorce, but he is too meek to ask for the divorce. To get away from his wife, Doo-Hyun asks for a transfer at work. Doo-Hyun is now stoked to be away from his wife. Elation soon turns back into despair when Jung-In suddenly appears at his temporary apartment unannounced! A day or so later, Doo-Hyun notices several ladies who appear at the doorsteps of his neighbor. The ladies all seem desperate to talk to his neighbor and even fight among themselves. It turns out Doo-Hyun’s neighbor is a legendary Cassanova named Sung-Ki (Ryoo Seung-Ryong). Sung-Ki has an extraordinary talent for seducing woman, but he wants to quit seducing women. Meanwhile, Doo-Hyun comes up with a plan. He pleads with his neighbor Sung-Ki to seduce his wife in order to get his wife to ask for a divorce!
Review: Now, I can totally understand the concept of not appreciating something until it is gone, but in all honesty I feel that it was drawn out and they went a little overboard in this film for that concept. Even though Jung-In is portrayed as a very strong willed and feisty woman, i really enjoyed her character. The honesty and bluntness with which she held herself was actually kind of refreshing although I could see how some people could find her nagging a bit annoying. Granted I dont feel that her actions warranted Doo-hyun to solicit the cassanovas help. He may know woman, but i honestly dont see him as much of a cassanova.
I did enjoy the cutesy part in the beginning though. Found it quite hilarious. Do couples actually act like this? Is this even real? I will definitely cherish the moment when I get to do this.
Anyway, the movie wasnt boring at all, as watching Jung-in was refreshing, but it was drawn out a bit with the antics of her husband and SungKi the cassanova. All in all, a decent watch.