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My Sassy Girl: Director's Cut (Region-3)
My Sassy Girl: Director's Cut (Region-3)
My Sassy Girl: Director's Cut (Region-3)
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Product Description
Original title: Yopkijogin Kunyo

Starring: Jun Ji Hyun, Cha Tae Hyun
Director: Kwak Jae Young
Studio: Starmax
Rating: 15 +
Genre: Comedy

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About This DVD

The Korean word 'yopki' means ''to be curious about and search for creepy and uncanny things or events.'' But it has become a most fashionable pop culture code word, meaning anything nonsensical and implying something creepy but cool and funny. It's become a buzzword in Korea in recent years, especially in cyberspace. Kim Ho-Sik's hit serial story on the Internet, [Yopki Girl], surely played a critical role in spreading and wedging the word "yopki" into the collective consciousness as the hippest culture code.

Yopki Girl, starring Cha Tae-Hyeon and Jeon Ji-Hyeon, is a film adaptation of Kim's Internet serial of the same title. The movie follows Kyon-wu (Cha's) narration, in which Jun Ji-Hyeon is called ``the girl.'' (This presumably lovely female principal, strangely, doesn't even have a name, although she is the person who commits herself to all those yopki demeanors.) Kyon-wu saves a girl who was apparently about to be crushed by an oncoming subway train.

What made that sleek girl with glowing long hair and white face almost throw her life away in front of a subway train? Alcohol.

As a complement to for this yopki girl who throws up, dead drunk, on the wig and then on the very bald head of an elderly man in the subway, who becomes angry, hits him with her fists and shouts abusive words at him, Kyon-wu is a light-as-air character who is ready to serve this too high- spirited but pretty girl.

The lively, sprightly, refreshingly charming actors, Cha and Jun, are the reasons to go to see this film, which is full of light-hearted laughter for the first 100 minutes before jumping ahead three years into a farfetched leap of plot for the last 20 minutes.

Audio Format: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Dolby Digital Stereo 
Video Format: Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamporphic) 
Languages: Korean 
Subtitles: English, Korean 
Country Made: Korea 
Region Code: 3 
Year Made: 2001 
Running Time: 137 
Special Features: -

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