A Werewolf Boy

A Werewolf Boy (2012)

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A mother moves with her older daughter and younger daughter to a large home in the country side. The older daughter suffers from a lung ailment and her doctor advised the family to move out into the country side. The home is provided by Ji Tae, the son of a business partner who worked with their deceased father. While the family gets acclimated to their new surroundings, the older daughter makes a read moreremarkable discovery. Within a locked room in the barn lives a wild boy. The family takes him in believing he is just an orphan with little social skills. The boy with little social skills begins to take an interest in the oldest daughter.

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    Wolf Boy ; Neukdae Sonyeon

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Dec 17, 2012
  • Overall 10
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.0
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Watched this movie for both Park Bo Young (loved her in Speedy Scandal) and of course, the ethereal Song Joongki. I had high expectations and I wasn't disappointed in any way.

Although this movie was done in flashback, it was easy to follow and did not leave me confused (like certain flashback movies). The story line was great albeit a little too simple, with its fair share of hilarious antics and sad read more moments that had me crying like a baby. Nevertheless, the story was more than well-supported by an amazing cast. Bo Young was fantastic as Suni. She acted really well and her crying scenes made me cry MORE than her!

The star of the show has got to be Joong Ki, definitely. As much as I love him, I have never really considered him as an amazing actor (because the roles he were given so far were not so challenging, i guess). But he proved his worth in this movie due to his versatility. And catch this - he has barely 5 lines in the entire movie! This goes to show how great of an actor he is, being able to carry a story along just through actions. Super impressed!

I love, love, love this movie and consider this to be the best work of both of them so far. Will rewatch it!
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Jan 18, 2013
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
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This movie should have been made silent... I mean with no words... I honestly would watch with the same pleasure as I just did... the words in this movie were even distracting... ChulSu's silence was telling so much... so much... the words were unnecessary...

This movie is perfect with just the light and bitter-sweet music and perfect, so perfect acting, the colors it has, the beautiful yellow and deep blue, the calm read more air it has around...the words are distracting...

If you think you are going to watch a story how a girl made a human out of a boy raised/born as a wolf, you are so far away from what you are going to see in this movie. This is a story about people, how some people look like monsters and are the most humane beings you could find, this is a story about people that look nice, but the worst monsters you could have the misfortune to meet... this is a story about choice and responsibility we bear for every person we meet in our life, how our smallest action can influence their life, how their action - could influence yours, how careful you should be with the words you use, as you never know what it will mean for the person before you...

I am really fighting for words with my brain to explain in what a mess I am right now, this movie just blew the air out of me, and I am really fighting to bring a string of cohesive thought back into my head (that is full of guitars, alphabet letters, yellow fields and blue forests, books and sweaters, shoe-laces and pencils, and finally JoongKi's eyes, oh, those eyes...)

In the beginning I mentioned about the words in the movie, well, believe it or not, JoongKi says only 10 words in the movie (and you'll be sane enough to hear only 1 of them, as then you'll still be holding on, but when the other 9 will be said, you'll be... as I was... weeping into you blanket/pillow, not to wake your parents...)

This movie was one of the most beautifully shot movies I have ever seen, so much calmness and so many colors...
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"A Werewolf Boy" was my first tearjerker. Both movies have gone into my collection of movies that make you cry. They are both beautiful, everything the guy did he did for the girl, and it makes you long for men like that to have in life although Koizora was based off the writers real experience. I would definitely suggest making a "Movies that make Me cry" collection with these 2 as the first to.
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'Dog' turned human romance story. Chul Soo (Song Joong Ki)'s character is like a wolf that suddenly gained a human body [yes he is a werewolf but this is how his character acts] where Shiro (Toyokawa Etsushi) is shown to be a guide dog given a human body to find the girl that raised him as a puppy. If you liked one you'll probably like the other.
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    missraichyl 17 hours ago - edited
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    WsupItsAnna 8 days ago - edited

    Wait. I heard there's an alternative version? I am confused. I am reading here that kissasian and dramacools are 2 different version but I saw it and they are the same??? I saw this movie on KissAsian btw. Where can I see the alternative version?

    Or what was the original ending? Because idk what is what.

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      missraichyl 17 hours ago

      I watched on Dramafever but I never heard about an alternate version..

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      mutslsb 7 hours ago

      yes, there's an alternative ending. but actually it's not a total different ending, it was hmmm how should i put it...was just the same ending with a different perspective if im not mistaken

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    WsupItsAnna 8 days ago
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    Remz23 13 days ago

    I lost all my tears after this movie

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    Nerissa Anne 26 days ago

    Everytime I see this I cry.....

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    tobikkokoro Feb 18, 2017

    Acting in this movie is A+
    Can't stop crying

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    ellelement Jan 21, 2017


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    kawaii-chan Jan 8, 2017 - edited

    I had too much expectation from the movie because of the comments and from the high rating. Maybe not my cup of tea. The beginning was good, I wasn't that thrilled afterwards, though I love the ending. It's an okay movie for me.

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      Nishat Jan 19, 2017

      Yeah this doesn't sound appealing to me but I'm so so curious because of the raving comments and high rating. But I'm scared I'll go into this with high expectations.

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      kawaii-chan Jan 20, 2017

      We have different taste after all :D I wasn't that emotional but who knows you might like it tho~

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      Nishat Jan 20, 2017

      Yeah I'll give it a try :^) thanks! <3 (I looked at ur list! we have sooome similar tastes :^) )

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      Bri 24 days ago
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    Simona Dec 27, 2016

    Full on weeping, wow. I had to hold back a lot and then some, and still cried really hard by the end of it. I love Joong-Ki even more now...

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    Sujach Dec 26, 2016 - edited

    My gateway to dramas. Could there be a better one? Will always remain in my heart <3 After 2 years still my favorite movie

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    rizzamhaydera Dec 21, 2016

    More Park Bo Young and Song Joong Ki movie/series please!!!!

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    Akaisora Dec 17, 2016

    This movie made me cry. I never cry.

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    goddessyuno_121 Dec 10, 2016

    The ending reminds me of Peter Pan.


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    South Korea
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  • Release Date:

    Oct 31, 2012
  • Duration:

    2 hr. 5 min.


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    8.9 (scored by 12,138 users)
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