Ok-hui-ui yeonghwa


Lee Sunkyun, Moon Sungkeun

Jung Jeehye, Baek Jungrim

Bae Juyeon

Song Kihyung

Seo Younghwa

Lee Chaieun, Chough Songduk

Written and Directed by Hong Sangsoo

Producer- Kim Kyounghee


Park Hongyeol Jee Yunejeong

Lighting - Yi Yuiheang

Recording - Lee Yurim

Editor- Hahm Sungwon

Music - We Zongyun

Sound - Kim Mir

Produced by JEONWONSA Film Co.


Ddaedabomok Jijilcaenabonba!

Ddaedabomok Jijilcaenabonba!

- Youngsu!

- What?

Never mind. It slipped out.

- Who's Youngsu?

- A friend from high school.

His name just popped up.

- His name is Youngsu?

- You don't know him.

Why are you smoking so much?

I thought you were quitting.

I will.

Don't make promises

you won't keep.

Forget it. Do whatever you want.

Where's the car?

You don't remember?

My wife isn't the same these days.

Have I been inattentive?

She won't talk much. And she

doesn't really laugh at my jokes.

Youngsu, was it?

Who's Youngsu?

Where's the car?

It wouldn't move itself.

It was here...

I might be home late.

I have a Q & A today.

Q & A?

They're showing

that short I made today.

- So you're drinking again?

- I guess I might...

We'll see. It won't

be much anyway.

You remember what you said?

What you promised?

Only twice a month.

I know. I didn't say

I'm drinking for sure.

The whole crew will come

and you know how hard they worked.

You promised, just twice a month.

How many times is it now?


There's the car.

Right. There it was, all this time.

As the morning light crept

in through the window,

he heard the doorto

the hotel room open.

The man knew who was coming in.

He thought she changed

her mind and forgave him.

Before he hugs her,

she stares at him.

Her face is suddenly

full of mischief.

'Cause I'm a mosquito. 'Cause

I'm so cold, 'cause I'm a mosquito.'

She says to him.

Everything else is just

technical things to fix.

If you don't fix it,

the narrative won't support itself.

Your sincerity needs its own form.

The form will take you to the truth.

Telling it as it is won't get you there.

That's a big mistake.

Don't be so stubborn.

You have potential.

Dialogue is great.

The characters' emotions aren't fake.

There's a real sensibility.

But if you don't fix this,

it won't stand as a feature.

Can't you understand?

Do you want me to be greedy?

Is that why you do it?

Because of greed?

What the hell do you know?

So I'm doing all this

shit because of greed?

I'm showing you

how to survive.

You can't even change this?

Turning points!

Two turning points!

That's how to take away

what's fake in you, idiot!

I can't.

I just can't do it.

I felt bad,

so I told her I'd buy

her a drink at Insadong.

I need to cheer her up.

- Hello.

- Hi, professor.

You had class today?

Yes, I just finished.

- See you later, sir.

- All right.

- See You at the restaurant.

- What? Bye.

Are we meeting later?

Yes, some of the faculty.

Aren't you coming?

I didn't know.

Nobody told me about it.

We're meeting at three,

at the Chinese place.

- Yes, sir.

- We'll just get a bite

since everyone seems busy.

Three o'clock is good for me.

Why don't you come in to talk?

- Yes, sir.

- Come on in.

Nothing good comes

from chasing after money.

They should've listened to me

and built a reliable system first.

To train and cultivate young talent.

Look at this mess.

Good things never come easy.

You're right.

They're all about money.

Struggling artists like you

can't make films anymore,

when there's no more

money around.

It is difficult...

Money ruins it all.

Film as an art is finished.

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