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A movie that deals with the youth scandals between Hoya and Seoya, fraternal twins who are going through their last winter before becoming adults.
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"Normal" after the shit is done, that the pregnancy is discovered want the suicidal as form of thinking that this will solve their problems.
The rule is simple, when one does not want to, two do not and if they do, both must bear the consequences, my grandmother always said, if you know how to do then you know how to create. The brother fulfilled his role of protecting his sister well, he would have done the same if he had one.
Basically the story tells of two brother Ho Ya (Yoo Yeon Seok) and his younger sister Seo Ya (Baek Jin Hee) who are very united and live together, both then begin to date ...
There's always that good-looking school guy who's got his eye on the naive little girls like Ho Ya's sister.
After getting what he wanted, this is dating just to trace Seo Ya, however, after he discovers that she is pregnant quickly he breaks the courtship and gives in the foot.
So when Ho Ya discovers that his little sister is pregnant and has been abandoned by his boyfriend he becomes so pissed and decides to go after the madman who got her pregnant and then abandoned her, the problem is that this guy is a boxing fighter and the brother is Just a weak and ordinary boy.
Commoted and with feelings of anger for loving his sister, he then makes the promise that he will take revenge for her and decides to learn to fight boxing, meanwhile he assumes the child, as if it were a case of incest, since Seo Ya Is frowned upon in school and society because they both live under the same roof and without any adult together and the fact that they are very affectionate with each other has helped to find this. In the thought of Ho Ya, rather incest than sister prostitute.
The story is cool, it adds values, as instead of fighting in a delinquent way it resolves to fight through the sport. And it shows how society is prejudiced and does not even know the facts.
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