A Korean in Paris

Synopsis: A husband scours the underworld of Paris looking for his wife who went missing during their honeymoon two years ago. He shows her photo to prostitutes in the backstreets but to no avail, so his search continues.
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
6.2
Year:
2015
35 Views


Yeon-wha, she's my wife.

I'll bring her back to Korea.

It's my father.

See you next time.

You come back whenever you want.

How are you?

Take off your clothes.

Chang, I am old.

Don't try too hard.

I am a whore.

Have you seen her?

Have you seen her?

Hello, how are you?

There aren't any

new Korean girls here.

Okay.

Good luck!

You will be better accommodated,

you will be able to go to sleep.

Breakfast in the morning.

Leave me alone now.

I don't want to go anywhere.

Come take a shower. It'll be nice.

Oh no, this is my home here.

Ah at least take

a bottle of water then.

Good luck anyway.

- So, goodbye.

- Goodbye.

- Good evening everyone!

- Good evening!

You can go to your room

and take a shower.

Have breakfast,

the service is almost finished.

Thanks.

- Do you want a coffee?

- No, thanks.

- I want to sleep with you.

- What?

You must find your wife.

It's my life, I'll decide what I'll do.

You're just like everyone else.

All you see in me is a whore.

Yes, you are a whore.

The money isn't enough?

Get out!

Not me,

but it's okay with your father?

You're just a prostitute,

what do you know about it?

Why not me? F*ck!

I am sorry.

Good bye.

Have you seen her?

Have you seen her?

Show me the photo again.

She said that she's seen this

woman before in Marseille.

She said that when she was in Marseille,

this woman lived next to her room.

But she wasn't Chinese.

If we go to the bathroom,

I'll give you more money, okay?

Money first

Money?

What a dirty homo!

Hey, dude, hey.

You can't just go like that?

We're going to have fun,

both of us. You will get your money.

You know, we don't like foreigners

who take advantage of our country.

I washed your clothes.

They stank too much.

Sweetheart, we lived so happily together.

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