A Millionaire's First Love

Synopsis: Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) is a tough guy, who is a high school senior,If he turns 19 years means, he could be a millionaire by inheriting his deceased grandfather's wealth. Unfortunately his family lawyer informs Jae-Kyung about the will from his grandfather. In his will grandfather stated he can only become a millionaire after he graduates from Boram High School,a countryside local school. He has no other choice to avoid. Life became worse there and he can't use his money or make friends. In his class, he meets Eun-Hwan (Lee Yeon-Hee)a pretty girl. She's some kind of different from others. Things change Jae-Kyung's mind and became close to their new friends. Eventually he fell in love with Eun-Hwan and things become strong after he knows about her secrets.
116 min

What's the time limit

on a wounded heart?

I suppose nothing lasts forever.

In the 60's, while the world

restlessly searched for meaning...

I lived in an isolated shell.

Until one fateful day.

On December 10th, 1968...

broad daylight on a street in Tokyo.

It happened in seconds.

No one was hurt.


Don't you want to call anyone?

Not necessarily a parent.

Call a friend or a sibling,

if you want.

We're concerned about you.


there's no one to call.

She's my daughter's age.

A guy tried to assault her...

yet she won't tell anyone.

Let it go.

The girl wasn't hurt.

Yeah, but she shows

no emotion at all.

Shinjuku, Tokyo



Extend my curfew.


I turned 16 today.


She's a bit young to be

staying out at night.

Well, she gets that

from her mother.

No doubt.

While the passage means

"maidens who exult in life"...

it also alludes to life being as

ephemeral as a flower.

A venerable temple

may appear ageless.

But eventually, it too

will erode.

You again?

Stop dawdling and come in.

Found you a cute

high school girl.



What? No interview?

When I came, you grilled me

for hours.

That's because you're obnoxious.

Well, Ryo?

Do as you like.

I'll do it.


What do you want, child?


Say something.

I don't want to be an adult.

You pass.

Right, Ryo?

Play this record.

Art Blakey.

You came.

Relax. Take a seat.

Hear about Ryo?

No, what?

A photographerwants

him as a model.

How much?


What have you got to lose?

I say go for it.

Who asked you?

Don't you have a show to do?

Get back to work.


I'm going.

But it's a good offer.

You should think about it.

We'll be at your show tomorrow.

Wanna come along?

You here alone?

This theater group is only

six months old.

Yuka's their star.

She's a pretty women

but a little strong-headed.


As forthe others...


Tetsu's a fighter.

He'll take on anyone,

even gangsters and police.


Yasu's in high school like you.

He's in charge of comic relief.

He'll even laugh through

Yuka's tirades.

Ryo! Where've you been lately?

That's our leader, Ryo.


Real ladies' man...

from strippers to housewives.

He looks dangerous but...

he's a softie at heart.

People gravitate to him.

And I'm Takeshi.

Down with the US-Japan

Security Treaty!

I demonstrate with college students


but I'm still cramming to get in.

Still gets me chicks, though.

I'm secretly an aspiring writer.

I plan to make it big someday.

Let's march!

That's my story.

What's yours?

You seem to have one but...

It's starting.

Beyond recollection...

dreams of Xanadu!

Crossroads of fate...

a plaintive lullaby!

And then there's Kishi,

the oddball.

He hangs out because

he's pals with Ryo.

But he doesn't do much.

No stealing, no protesting.

Cast yourwarm light

upon the blind!

Let's split.

What a dog!

Look who's talking.

You picked them up, Ryo.


No, I don't.

All I remember is she was

gorgeous last night.

What'd you do last night?

Drank alcohol, cold medicine...

smoked some pot.

Then I felt tired,

so I dropped acid.

That explains the girl.


Sorry. Did I wake you?

I'll call you.

Sure you will.


Eat something.

Thank you.

She is gorgeous.



Is that you?


Shut up.

That's no way to talk

to your mother.

Drunk again?

What if I am?

Why don't men ever come home?

Maybe they're busy.

Ryo's at it again.

Tetsu broke it up but...

Why don't any of you evertry

to stop him? You, too, Kishi.

What's the point?

Ryo's always upset after

seeing his mom.


Don't you remember me?

You're my brother.

Listen... if you're ever in trouble,

give me a call.

But don't come to the "B."


Catching a flick?

How was it?

I don't remember.

You're a strange one.

Ryo says it's a good film.

Do you go often?



Where do you get the money to watch

movies and hang out at the "B"?

Is yourfamily rich?


Then do you steal it?

Hey, I'm only kidding, all right?

It doesn't matter.

I live at my uncle's.

Dad died when I was a kid.

Mom took my brother and vanished.

Abandoned, huh?

Everyone at the "B" pretty

much has the same story.

Ryo's late.


If you're falling for him,

you're wasting yourtime.

Ooh, very nasty, Yuka.

Is this a catfight?

Hearthat, Kishi?


What a stick-in-the-mud.

That's why no one likes

Tokyo U. students. No fun.

What's wrong?

Where's Ryo?



The cops busted up a fight

he got in with some punks.

He got tagged.

-Why didn't you help?

- I tried.

They didn't give a sh*t about me.

They targeted him.

What'll happen?

I have no idea.

Jail, I guess.


Where you going?


Ryo's going to jail and

he doesn't care?

Then promise me this.

Stop causing trouble


We'll see.

This is the last time.

Why are you here?

Worried about Ryo?

It's okay.

But he's going to jail.

I heard some people saying the

police won't press charges.

He'll be out tomorrow.


Yeah. Don't worry.

Go home.

Yodobashi precinct, I think.

Ryo! You know who Ryo is!

Forget it!

No luck?


What's up?

Seen a ghost?

How'd you get out?

-Yeah, how?

- Prison break?

You had us worried.

Bring beer!

No, whiskey!


Go pour us some.

Yuka's crying.

F*** you.

How many glasses?

Just bring a bunch.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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