Cheotsarang sasu gwolgidaehoe (Crazy First Love) (2003)
A young student falls madly in love with a professor's daughter. Promised by the professor that he will let him marry his daughter if he graduates from university with a law degree, the student works hard and finally succeeds. When the time comes for the professor to fulfill his promise, his daughter suddenly announces that she will marry another...
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Just wanted to watch it because they have Son Ye-jin inside of it... Actually, the story wasn't that bad, just the character that played by Cha Tae-hyun that I don't like very very much... He's the most disgusting, annoying, and pathetic person in a movie I've ever seen... Realy wonder why a beautiful and talented actress like Son Ye-jin want to play in a movie like this????More
This movie, directed by Oh Jong-rok. Typically overblown tragicomedy that signifies much of what westerners find inaccessible about Korean cinema and, to some extent, the Korean psyche. Let's call this lecture Misogyny and the Posessive, Overgrown Man-Child. The story is far too inconsistent and what starts off as a light comedy - in the mold of say, My Sassy Girl or 100 Days with Mr Arrogant - skews into soap-opera melodrama at the drop of a hat, with all players involved shouting and crying their way through proceedings. Seeing that Crazy First Love was produced in 2003 made me feel more disgusted. There were far more better romance/comedy Korean movies made before 2003. Timeless classics such as My Sassy Girl (2001), My Wife is a Gangster (2001), Sex is Zero (2002), Marrying the Mafia (2002) can easily topple Crazy First Love in terms of entertainment value and storyline. Tae-hyun Cha, who was pretty good alongside the fabulous Ji-hyun Jun in My Sassy Girl, is mistaken when he thinks that screaming at the top of his voice constitutes good comedy while all Ye-jin Son has to do is stand around and cry a lot. If you like shopping for the odd Oriental movie on auction sites and are looking for a nice comedy, I would recommend either of the previously mentioned titles, including Spy Girl and My Wife is a Gangster Series.More
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