Ji-geum-eun-mat-go-geu-ddae-neun-teul-li-da   2015   South Korea Right Now, Wrong Then
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Director:Sang-soo Hong
Studio:Jeonwonsa Film
Writer:Sang-soo Hong
IMDb Rating:7.2 (278 votes)
Awards:1 nomination
Duration:121 min
Sang-soo Hong  ...  (Director)
Sang-soo Hong  ...  (Writer)
Jae-yeong Jeong  ...  Ham Cheon-soo
Min-hee Kim  ...  Yoon Hee-jeong
Yeo-jeong Yoon  ...  
Ju-bong Gi  ...  
Hwa-Jeong Choi  ...  
Joon-sang Yoo  ...  
Young-hwa Seo  ...  
Ah-sung Ko  ...  
Comments: Jung Jae-Young's haircut makes no sense. Honesty is the best policy. Banal and, if not misogynist at least creepy old school in the extreme. All the young women love my reviews.

Summary: By mistake, film director Ham Chunsu arrives in Suwon a day early. With time to kill before his lecture the next day, Chunsu stops by a restored, old palace and meets an artist named Yoon Heejung. Together, they go to Heejung’s workshop to look at her paintings, have Sushi with Soju for dinner, and get close. Later, they go to another café and have more drinks with Heejung’s acquaintances. When asked if he is married, Chunsu is forced to reveal the fact that he is, and Heejung gets deeply disappointed… In the second part of the film, a similar story of “meeting and parting” unfolds. Here, the woman’s voice seems intimidated and her body crouched. The man and the woman go about to the same places, but this time the man strips himself and what not

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