On a dreary day Jini gets laid off by her boyfriend with the final note that he was only interested in making love to her but not in a lasting relationship.
This triggers the girl's curiosity about whether her past three lovers were also only after her favors. As a result Jini checks back on her previous boyfriends including Ku-hyeon, an advocate of strong religious beliefs, macho college lover Jeong-seok and inexperienced Yoo-in who makes a living as wandering artist. Will Jini's emotional journey be rewarded with sincere answers from her old admirers ? Find out as S-Diary unveils its top secret material.
Cast & Credits
The plot is pretty good, the acting is excellent. This is the kind of movie to watch for fun. Plus Kim Sun Ah is in it.
The story wasn't a novel idea but it was well executed. I loved some of the little bits and pieces of the movie. The characters were realistic and believable. What surprised me the most was the end of the movie. I had thought would be the message in the end was completely different than what was actually delivered and I wasn't upset at all. Being someone who knows what Jini went through, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I agreed with the end.
The actors did a splendid job making me believe in their performances and relate to the characters are real people and not just figments of imagination.
I'm really bad at noticing music in a movie unless something stands out especially so forgive me for not being able to really comment in this department.
Despite how much I liked the movie, if I was given a choice to rewatch it, I'd be in two minds. On one hand it gave a realistic view about relationships that was refreshing. On the other hand, I watch rom-coms to escape reality and feel good so I'm not sure if I'd watch it with that mind set.
It's a good movie, something you can pick over at the weekend and watch. Don't watch it with the delusion of being a friends-gathering sort of movie though.