Finding Mr. Destiny (Kim Jong-ok Chatgi) (2010)

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A woman named Seo Ji-Woo travels to India and meets her first true love, Kim Jong-Ok. Since that time Ji-Woo can't forget her first love. She then turns to a company, called "Finding Your First True Love Company," to help her track down Kim Jong-Ok. Han Gi-Joon, who started "Finding Your First True Love Company," takes on Seo Ji-Woo as the company's first client. The pair travel all over Korea to find Seo Ji-Woo's first love, and in the process, Han Gi-Joon falls in love with her.
Rating:
PG-13
Genre:
Art House & International , Comedy , Drama , Romance
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Studio:
CJ Entertainment

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Cast

Yoo Gong
as Gi-Jun
Im Soo-Jung
as Ji-Woo
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Audience Reviews for Finding Mr. Destiny (Kim Jong-ok Chatgi)

It wasn't bad. It was rather silly and just one of those films us ladies watch to be in a better mood. The flashbacks were kind of odd with their transitions and at times you had to remind yourself that it wasn't happening in the present. The end was weird for me and happened a little toooo conveniently.

Kat Slof
Kat Slof
½

A sweet and simple Korean romantic comedy to lighten one's weekend. Though the plot revolves around the topic of first love, the story line as a whole is basically lighthearted which gives adequate amount of enjoyment.

Thomas Andrikus
Thomas Andrikus
½

As much as I love Korean movies, some of them are among my favorite films of all time, their romantic comedies absolutely do not do anything for me. Granted this is the same for most romantic comedies I see in general, but they're all sort of cut from the same cloth. They all feel the same stylistically and thematically. There was one where the guy became the boyfriend of a killer, that could've been interesting and different but it ended up turning into a cutesy romantic comedies. And this movie isn't much different. It's really hard to find any actual highlights to the movie itself, I guess the leads are likable but that's almost always the case in these movies so it's not like that's enough. It's not exactly funny other than a few chuckles here and there. I don't mean to say this is a bad movie because it is competently made, at least considering the type of film it is, but it just doesn't offer anything of value. So it's not that it's a terrible movie, just that it simply doesn't offer anything to set itself apart from the pack. If you love Korean romantic comedies then go ahead and watch this but I can't really recommend it when it was as bland as can be and not particularly entertaining.

Jesse Ortega
Jesse Ortega

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