The film tells the love story of a male engineering college student, Gyeon-woo, and "the Girl" (whose name is never mentioned in the movie). Gyeon-woo just cannot seem to catch a romantic break. Their personalities stand opposite to the "characteristics traditionally associated with masculinity and femininity...in Asian societies in general".
This American remake of the film is set in New York City's Central Park and Upper East Side. Director Yann Samuell states "It's a fable about destiny, in the end." whilst Jesse Bradford who plays the lead protagonist summarized the movie as "a romantic comedy about how they pull each other to a more healthy place by virtue of their relationship."
Why watch?: A light romantic comedy on a thriller background. The main female character is as strong as Superman and the male character falls deeply in love with her. Both relationships are many's goals and made viewers fall for their perfect chemistry.
Summary: It is the romantic fantasy comedy of a caregiver of a psychiatric ward who refuses to love because of his heavy life's responsibility and of a fairy tale writer who doesn't know about love because of the way she was born. The two will meet and embrace and heal each other's wounds.
Summary: It is the romantic comedy of people who work at a publishing company. Cha EunHo is a successful author who works at a publishing company. He found out that his first love -Kang DanI- is now divorced and a single mother who is unemployed. Cha EunHo helps her as she tries to find her way back to the workplace and faces hardships.
Here are the best Korean high school movies ever, ranked by fans everywhere. Featuring action dramas and romatic comedies, these famous South Korean high school movies include films about love triangles, bullying, and friendship. For new and recent titles, Gang and After My Death are two of the latest Korean high school movies.
Synopsis: A woman becomes entangled in a strange love triangle after pretending to be a robot that looks exactly like her.Genre: Romantic comedy, Sci-fiNo of episodes: 16Starring: Yoo Seung-ho, Chae Soo-bin, Um Ki-joonWritten by: Kim Sun-mi, Lee Seok-joonDirected by: Jung Dae-yoonDate: December 6, 2017 to January 25, 2018Network: MBC and Netflix
Synopsis: An irresponsible bachelor pretends to be gay so he can avoid blind dates arranged by his grandma. He hires Eun-chan to be his lover, not knowing that she is actually a female.Based on: The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince by Lee Sun-miGenre: Romantic comedy, DramaNo of episodes: 17Starring: Yoon Eun-hye; Gong Yoo; Lee Sun-kyun; Chae Jung-anWritten by: Lee Jung-ah, Jang Hyun-jooDirected by: Lee Yoon-jungDate: July 2 to August 28, 2007Network: MBC and Netflix
Synopsis: A coming-of-age story about a group of college athletes who are fighting for their dreams, experiencing and finding love in the process.Genre: Romantic comedy, Coming of ageNo of episodes: 16Starring: Lee Sung-kyung, Nam Joo-hyukWritten by: Yang Hee-seungDirected by: Oh Hyun-jongDate: November 16, 2016 to January 11, 2017Network: MBC and Netflix
The Beauty Inside is the drama adaptation of the popular movie of the same title. Top-star actress Han Se Gye (Seo Hyun Jin) suffers from a condition where her appearance changes for a week. Being the endorser of an Airline company, CEO Seo Do Jae (Lee Min Ki) ends up helping her and they eventually fall in love while trying to keep their secrets from being exposed. 2b1af7f3a8