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Throughout the movie, we get to see the relationship between the two teachers flourish and fluctuate periodically.
The interesting bit is that Kang Hye-jeong is already engaged to a doctor and Park Hae-il has a steady girlfriend for 6 years.
An introvert, indifferent woman joins a high school as a student teacher, under supervision of a shameless, nymphomaniac man who is a year younger than her.
On a school trip, the supervisor tells the trainee that he wants to have sex with her.
But I couldn't stop thinking about the film called Swept Away (the original, mind you), where sex was the force which brought two different people together. When these characters are together the world around them disappears, leaving them free of consequences and fear.
But there are always consequences, especially for such unusual tales of romance.
A guy with a talent for cards makes his way into the dangerous world of underground gambling in this crime thriller from South Korea.
Go-ni (Jo Seung-woo) is a small-town guy with a big ...
He discovers that the entire penitentiary is controlled by an inmate who has been running a crime syndicate with the help of the warden and guards which provides them 100% alibi.
Almost immediately he starts hitting on her and inviting her for drinks after work, but Choi, although not thrilled is neither too reluctant nor disturbed by his persuasiveness.
It becomes even more strange when we find out that they both are in stable, long-term relationships with people who care greatly for them.
For the first half of the film Choi's character seems internally vacant and emotionally unconscious, which prompts Lee to further pursue her with sexual endeavors.
She confesses in suffering from insomnia, but shows signs of more serious depression that we become only aware of later on.