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Hee Soo is a popular songwriter with numerous hits, but she is going through a dry spell. She wonders if she lost her inspiration, because she is lonely. Hee Soo then meets a boy, Seung Ho in the elevator of an apartment building. She notices his stares. Hee Soo feels a new song coming about. Edit Translation

  • English
  • Polski
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • dansk
  • Country: South Korea
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Dec 5, 2013
  • Duration: 1 hr. 20 min.
  • Score: 6.1 (scored by 948 users)
  • Ranked: #10362
  • Popularity: #5671
  • Content Rating: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

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Amelia
4 people found this review helpful
Apr 24, 2021
Completed 1
Overall 7.0
Story 7.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 2.0
Rewatch Value 7.0
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This is an erotic movie, it is basically porn but they won't show genitals.

*sighs, here goes my comment:

Good things:
-The actors are hot, I've to say they are really good looking, so I enjoyed the view.
I don't mind women with plastic surgery. I've to say the FL is hot, really hot, her body is absolutely gorgeous, I think it has the perfect thickness in the correct places, her legs and hips are to die for. Her waist and breast were fantastic.
The ML is also super pretty, at that time he portrayed a 19 years old boy, so I think it was just perfect, his body was not too big, not too small, exercised in the perfect amount with a really nice face.
The second ML was super handsome, really sexy. A jerk but I liked him.

-The chemistry between them was good, I like the scenes in which they had sex without rushing, I think that was the main point. I liked the way they portrayed the relationship, she was the hot FL that will sleep with whoever she wants, career focused, yet still silly because of her previous dramatic relationship. Talented but needing inspiration.

-The story itself is pretty simple, they met in an elevator, she looked at a guy that was cute and he seemed aroused by her and the scene, she liked him. He saw a hot woman, he wanted to get her.

-Interesting, realistic character, the boy: He is 19, his hormones are crazy but he has way too little experience with woman (I liked the fact that they didn't make him the super innocent guy, they said he had actually experienced touching women before is just that he didn't get to the point itself), he rushes to get females always so he is not able to make them orgasm and he has to learn. (sadly many males are like that and I think this is the reason why I liked this movie, men are always in a rush to get sex, so they don't dedicate the correct amount of time to kiss, to touch, to contemplate a woman's body. That is what the FL was trying to teach him.)

-A bit of a plain character, the FL: She is in her 30s, she is experienced and has a good libido so she is not caught in the moral question about if she should date or not a 19 years old. She feels attracted, she feels curious by him, she wants to teach him and so she does.

-The art, the boy is an amazing artist.

The so-so, meh, bad things:

-It was al fun and sex but there was a point in which feelings are mixed, she gets jealous and confused, she fucks her ex, the boy caught them in middle of the act. He feels betrayed, he left. The boy misses her, she needs him for inspo, they get back together but then she understands that what she is doing is not appropriate, that she has many issues, that she doesn't know what is love and that she is playing with the boys feelings, basically she is fucked up, so she leaves.

The bad:
-I absolutely hated the music, it should be better, they were supposed to be composers so I've no idea why they didn't invest in good songs.

-They missed the opportunity for a good ending, I mean, I like the fact that they are not together at the end because it is realistic, but the 'cheating'? or she getting back to her ex? that was unnecessary, they should portray a bit more of society's criticism or her fucked up trauma and mind, maybe with those elements the ending was a bit more interesting.

All in all, if this is a good or a bad movie is up to you.

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Completed
Foxiest Steve
3 people found this review helpful
Feb 13, 2021
Completed 2
Overall 6.0
Story 4.5
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 3.0

Hot or not, you decide!

Warning: there is nudity, there is sex, and there is a lot of sweat.

This is an erotic romance between an older woman and a younger male (still in what looks like high school). The older woman needs some inspiration for her music and she finds a muse in this curious, young flower to pluck. She is the initiator in their relationship, the more impressive of our actors, and the principal reason to keep watching.
There's not a lot of story happening here, but a physical-based romance. A few tender / sweet moments, showing affection and intimacy, between Noona and our leading gent got me over the hump of calling this a mere pleasure fest. At the same time, there are a few scenes where the female lead is just on camera half-naked, then goes on the attack towards our male lead.

Only major gripe is the male lead is shown as cuddly and innocent for a longer than necessary.
A few items of Unexpected praise:
- Apart from the elevator make-out scene, it's staged really well. Lightning, her apartment, camera angles; all looking good.
- I rated the acting highly because you believe that these two are into each other. In many drama films, it's a functional surprise that the leads have feelings for each other when none of it was felt by the audience. Or worse yet, when the controlling woman character treats the younger male as a sex puppet. Neither is the case here. She digs him, despite his age, and he's into her; rightly so, might I add, because she's gorgeous, fun, and good to him.
- Character progression! Some actual maturing happens and our characters learn (some of) what they value in life.

Final thoughts:
I wouldn't go out of my way to watch this again.
It's a bit too shallow to be readily rewatchable. Exception being it may be light enough to watch with your significant other to get into the mood. The length of the film helps on the latter front.

Alternative watching experiences:
If you want an emotional rollercoaster that can get hot and heavy, try
- "Secrets, Objects" (emotion over physical) or
- "Innocent Crush" (physical over emotional).

If you want something sweeter on the heart try
- "My Little Bride" where the age gap is smaller and roles are reversed)
- "Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy", a drama series with the same roles

For something completely different try
- "Women who Flirt", for a Chinese drama film with next to no physicality (between the leads), while being funny, sweet, and really self-aware.

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  • Movie: Love Lesson
  • Country: South Korea
  • Release Date: Dec 5, 2013
  • Duration: 1 hr. 20 min.
  • Content Rating: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

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  • Score: 6.1 (scored by 948 users)
  • Ranked: #10362
  • Popularity: #5671
  • Watchers: 1,902

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