Young-Hee arrives in Jeju from Seoul. She's here to act as the fiance of man named Chul-Soo. Chul-Soo's father is terminally ill. His father always hoped to see Chul-Soo get married and Chul-Soo has hired Young-Hee to make it appear he has a fiancée.
On the way to see Chul-Soo's father, Young-Hee goes over their fake love story. Chul-Soo seems indifferent to her. He then receives a phone call that his father has lost consciousness. They finally arrive at the hospital. Young-Hee begins telling her lies to Chul-Soo's father.
One that makes you think about it more, than showing everything on screen.
The premise of the story is of a man, Chul-Soo (Park Hee Soon), who's father is in the hospital. His father is worried that his son would never meet anyone. (Chul-Soo, seems like he doesn't have friends).
Chul-Soo then arranges for a young woman Yeong Hee (Gong Hyo Jin) to meet his father as his "girlfriend".
It's short, and endearing, as to how someone who is getting paid can do the right thing to help someone else out, even when they don't need to.
First time I heard Gong Hyo Jin sing, and apparently it was an opera, which I thought was pretty interesting.
The only thing I didn't like was the music didn't really fit the serious tone of the film, until like the last few minutes when they finally relaxed a bit.
Of course I didn't know that it only lasts 27 minutes. I discovered it as the movie suddenly ended. And I thought it had only just began. Anyways, may be I have misunderstood something but for me it was one really pointless half an hour.
I didn't get the message of this story. (It didn't even go much far)
May be it's just me..
But I don't recommend this thingy to anyone..