Windstruck

Windstruck (2004)

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A sequel to My Sassy Girl. Kyung Jin, a police officer, on her day off is forced back on duty when she is caught chasing down a bag-snatcher. The "bag-snatcher" turns out to be Myung Woo, a passer-by who was trying to catch the actual criminal. With a twist of fate, the two are paired together after Myung Woo volunteers to be on patrol looking out for unruly students.

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silent_whispers
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Jul 26, 2013
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To me this is a refined and touched up version of My Sassy Girl. Yet on another note, this is NOT MSG. This movie stands on its own two feet. Yeo Kyung Jin' character is a lot like the sassy girl from before, but I actually liked this edited version better.

That said Windstruck is totally beautiful, I actually bawled. The raw power of loss and love really swept me away. The read more hope that more can come after, that those we love never truly leave us. That they will always love and want your happiness is a wonderful message.

There are a few elements that viewers might find sticky such as revenge and suicide, but I thought all of the elements were introduced amazingly. Every actor(tress) did an amazing job and no one should miss this title.

A friend who couldn't get through My Sassy Girl wanted to know if you had to watch it to get Windstruck. No. You don't have to. However, watching My Sassy Girl before makes the ending really deep.
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Little_Kitten
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Jul 3, 2012
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This movie was great! I mean i know you can read from all the other reviews, but I'd just like to say Jang Hyuk is a great actor and he had me laughing, crying, and feeling all sorts of things this entire movie!! The actress was great as well! She was so funny I was trying to cover my mouth to keep from laughing too loud! Anyway, definitely a great movie, something read more I'd recommend to people!
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    Beruktawit 17 days ago
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    witlily Jun 5, 2014

    This drama must best melo-comedy genre :-) (I love the ending).

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    annyeonghaseyo Apr 9, 2014

    i watched this because of jun ji hyun, but it's worth it :)

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    docnty Mar 1, 2014

    I have but one question, why is I'm sorry or Please Forgive Me not in a woman's vocabulary? I mean really, of all the relationships I've been in, of which are only a few, not once did they ever say they were sorry, for anything. At the point of her FINALLY say it, I've only got, So Sad to say. I won't stop that though from giving this movie a low 10 though. A real shocker, through me for a real loop, yep, didn't see that one coming. Great story line and acting... :)

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    abracadabra Feb 2, 2014

    This was a comedy?! Really? Well, if the film is labeled as a comedy, it supposed to be funny till the last scene, but this... Don't know what is this. I laughed and cried. But, it was good, kind of, and little cheesy. Btw, JJH is the strength of this film. She's simply born to be an actress - gorgeous and so talented...

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    Steelheart Jan 10, 2014

    Damnit, wathcing her in You Who Came From the Stars makes me want to rewatch this.

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    Alexija Oct 29, 2013

    It's one of those movies when I can't stop crying... Beautiful movie and great music. I recommend this one sincerely.

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    SadBeat Aug 27, 2013

    First Korean movie I ever saw and I cried like a baby. This was the beginning of my addiction. :D

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    bossmama Aug 17, 2013

    Weird movie... weird plot, weird pace, weird humor, weird characters... and the production team sure spent money on useless props

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    Destati13 Jul 1, 2013

    I'm thinking about watching this but I didn't care for "My Sassy Girl", so I'm not sure if I should...

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      onewbaby May 12, 2014

      you're not alone... i thought it was awful, i gave it a 4

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    Liliino May 4, 2013

    It was a very beautiful movie! I liked it a lot :D

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    blackheart102125 Apr 1, 2013

    i think before i watch my sassy girl i watch this. why, i laugh from the first beginning and in the end i cried. I needed a lot of tissue.. its worth to watch.

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    AngryBunny Mar 31, 2013

    Goddamned, don't watch My Sassy Girl after this one, your heart will break. I swear it.

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    AngryBunny Mar 31, 2013

    I am crying during the pinky story... I wonder how sad the rest will be

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      AngryBunny Mar 31, 2013

      This was soo beautifuuul T-T Sooo beautiful

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    newNY Mar 30, 2013

    How is Windstruck related to Cyborg She?

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      dapinaymrs May 24, 2013

      Both were written and directed by Kwak Jae Yong. The tone and technique are evidently similar. :)

Details

  • Country:

    South Korea
  • Type:

    Movie
  • Release Date:

    Jun 4, 2004
  • Duration:

    2 hr. 3 min.

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    8.1 (scored by 1,695 users)
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