Synopsis: Wol, a hairdresser, agrees to marry her co-worker Man-bok. When she meets her friend Hyeob, he tells Wol that he has had a crush on her since childhood. They spend the entire day together and, that evening, Wol takes pity on Hyeob and marries him that very night. However, Man-bok's reaction and the consequences of her hasty decision may be too great for Wol to bear.
Genre: Drama, Romance
84 min

What did you just say?

You think you know everything?

No, sir.

I didn't say that.

Get up.

I still believe I'm correct.

If you think you're so smart,

why don't you be the teacher?

You little shit.

But Mr. Yoo,

I'm still right, aren't I?

What the hell is the matter with you?

You piece of shit!

What do you take me for?

You think I'm an idiot?

You little shit.

Are you okay?

Hey, he's coming out.

F*ck, that's big.

Let's go.



It's not the strongest that survive,

but those who survive are strong.

I try my best to live every moment

to survive the world of endless competition.

Mr. Park Jung-gu?

My motto is be the owner of one's mind.

I believe controlling one's mind

is the start of everything.

Mr. Park...

Do you watch pornography often?


What? No.


What about you, Miss Lee?

What? Pornography?

No. What's your motto in life?

Traffic citation and tow warning notice.

Will you really send a bomb?

I saw your internet ad.

Do you really give away free bombs?

You're home.

You need to move out.


Don't you have anything better to do?

You're still doing it.

Aren't you?

What are you talking about?

I don't want to bust my butt

to support a piece of trash like you.

You can't do this me.

You still think

you got caught because of me?

It was a crazy thing to begin with.

Even if I didn't make a mistake,

you still would've been caught.

No fucking way.

You're a loser.

You haven't changed a bit.

F*ck you!

When will you come to your senses?

I'm sick of getting

tangled up in your mess.

Place the package.





Free homemade bombs:

dada999@gmx. net

Contact me, only if you'll use it

This post will terminate shortly.

Hey, Jung-gu.



Do you know what time it is?

I'm sorry.

What do you think of this place?

Where's this?

It's beautiful.

Somewhere in the Alps.

It's great.

Is this from your last seminar?

Prof. Baek will you please take me

to the next seminar?

What do you think?

It's great.


Jung-gu, do you know why I picked you out

of all the grad school applicants?

I'm not sure

You don't know?

It's because desperate people like you

are very obedient.

Mr. Kim.

I'm fine. How are you?

"It's the job applying season.

I bet our listeners are distressed these days..."


Our department is completely different

from your former Chemistry department.

Yes, sir.

We don't just sit still

and play with numbers.

If you want to survive here,

you have to adjust to us, not vice versa.

Whew. That's better.

Hey! What are you doing?


You just vandalized a school property.

You see, there's no off switch for this,

and it was so loud.

What's with this guy?

Give me your name

and your student ID number.

I'm Prof. Yoo Jun-yong.

I just started this semester.

What? Professor?

Yes. Prof. Yoo Jun-yong.

I'm sorry, I didn't recognize you.

I'm Han Kyu-nam, an assistant for Prof. Baek.


Mind your own business from now on.

What's with this guy?


That fucker.

Why? Is he not a professor?

This is the picture of Prof. Yoo.

I heard Prof. Yoo is young,

but I'm a fool for believing the bastard.

Who was that guy?

Kyu-nam. I have to be somewhere,

so I have to leave early.

For what?

Tell Prof. Baek when he gets back.

I'm in a hurry.

Can you tell him for me?


You're back.

Where will we be

if it wasn't for Mr. Kim?

Is that a project from

Daesung Corporation?

Why do they always want market research

and demand forecasting?

I don't even know my own future.

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