Starring: Baek Yun-Sik, Bong Tae-Gyu, Lee Hye-Young
Director: Kim Seong-Hun
Studio: Tae Won Entertainment
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About This DVD
How does lack of love affect two men? Try living for years without a woman! This is what happens to daddy Cheol Dong (Baek Yoon Shik of Like a Virgin) and son Dong Hyun (Bong Tae Gyu of Family Ties). After his wife died, Cheol Dong spent all his time dealing with the younger version of his crazy self and putting food on the table in ways you wouldn't exactly call ordinary (is the toilet paper not as long as noted in the package? Let's sue the company that makes it!). All is well under the sun until the divorced and very attractive Mimi walks in, rents a room in the basement, and sends father and son into a battle to get the girl.
With an incredibly wacky title and the ad-lib prowess of its leads, How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men is the first feature film from Kim Sung Hoon, who was an assistant director for Jang Na Ra's debut Oh! Happy Day and He Was Cool. This time, instead of banking on loaded plots or internet novels, Kim passed the ball to Bong and especially Baek, who's become a master at these kind of unique roles, and it is their spot-on partnership that drives this hilarious slapstick comedy.
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1, DD 2.0|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)|
- Audio Commentary
- Making of
- Parady Collections
- Deleted Scenes
- Poster Scenes
- Free Hugs Event Scene
- Photo Gallery
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