Park Min Jae is a low ranking public servant at a district office and a man of principle. He suffers from a barrage of civil complaints filed by Na Ok Boon. Somehow, Park Min Jae begins giving English lessons to Na Ok Boon and a friendship develops.
Cast & Credits
After going through a series of melodramatic moments, the film culminates with a dramatic moment required for well-being, and I must point out that this moment is cliché and heavy at times. In the case of two certain minor supporting characters that appear during that time, I understand that they simply exist to emphasize what is at stake for Ok-Boon ...
However, the film is not entirely without emotional appeal, and this is mainly because of the performance manipulating numerous humorous scenes during the first half of the film, Nah also brings genuine sadness to more serious scenes during the second half, and surely keeps his terrain well during the dramatic moment mentioned above. In short, well-made comedy drama film, the film is less satisfying in terms of story and characters, but its good elements are still strong enough to make up for its remarkable failures.
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