Jobless, single and in her early thirties, Hee Soo is miserable. Desperate, she sets out to find her ex-boyfriend, Byung Woon, who owes her $3,500. Rather inconveniently, it turns out that Byung Woon is also penniless, but he cheerfully claims he can get the money from a series of girlfriends. Suspicious, Hee Soo decides to trail Byung Woon as he makes the rounds of his varied lady chums, just in case he tries to deceive her. Thus the pair embark on a strange, nostalgic journey together.
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The movie itself, the story, the pacing, the music, the dialogue, everything is so BORING. You didn't get anything! Well some movies has no story but you can be entertained by its plot, some may not be that entertaining but you can get lesson, some may just have music on them etc etc, but this one? Nope, nothing, nada, zip!
THis is just a story about someone getting back her money loaned to a womanizer ex boyfriend, and there it goes, the scene were all about how the womanizer man able to reaps money from all the girls he knows. Well, I somewhat appreciate one scene there, when the two them were riding the metro train and the woman cried, the dialoqgue from the guys is somewhat touching.
Sorry but this movie is pathetic. The synopsis is over promising, seemingly exciting movie, but nope, it's not, I was deceived!
Ha Jung Woo has an undeniable charm and really felt like the only one moving the film forward. The plot - what little there is - felt too thin for a 2 hour film.
Simply, the two characters just move from set piece to set piece; have a small conversation/interaction with a new random character and then move on with a little more money than before. But there was never any explanation given for why Hee-su needed the cash suddenly, so there was never any urgency.
There's hints of a past relationship between Hee-su and Byung-woon, but they never go into detail. If the point of the film is she's forced to deal with her ex ('enemy') for a day at least give us a clear reason why we, the audience, should perceive him as her enemy!
Overall, the film was pointless, but interesting enough (for me, at least) to complete. It was really only worth it for HJW's performance, which was natural and charming. I just wish there was a better script to match his talent.