What a Man Wants

Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Byeong-heon Lee
Production: Next Entertainment World
100 min



a HIVE MEDIA CORP production


KIM Woo-taek


KIM Won-kuk


Lee Byeong-heon

LEE Sung-min, SHIN Hak-yun,

SONG Ji-hyo, EL

A silver Mercedes will pull

out from the lot up ahead.

Please follow it.

Could you go unnoticed, please?

I don't do tailing.

It's my husband's car.

A female employee is with him.

Those sleazebags are going

to do it during lunch hour.

That's crazy!

At lunch?

How can they not eat?

Let's go.

Aren't Chinese food names cute?

Like Bon Bon Chicken.

Sounds like candy.

You're good at pounding.

He likes that more than eating, still?

How can he do such a thing?

Bad guys don't know what

they're doing is bad.

The only way to solve the problem

is to stop 'em from doing it.

You're married, right? I saw

you take your ring off.

I take it off often.

My husband only comes

home on weekends.

There are still 3 days

left till the weekend.

I love to play, but people

don't see me like that.

How do I look?

What matters is that you like to play.

Do you like wine?

It's not fun to play without wine.

It suits you.

Forgive me?

- Stop it.

- Come on.

You bitch!

Dear! Let go!

Calm down!

You rotten bitch!

Hit your husband, not her!


Crazy bitch!


Let go of her!

Have a nice day!


There are 2 days left till the weekend.

To spend 2 days together,

a bottle isn't enough.

I'm sure there's a way to fill

a day doing something else.

All day long?

Having wine together will

improve your marriage.

A gift for my cooking buddy.

It's popular at my resto!

It's not fun to play without wine.

Have a great weekend!

Stupid fool.


Brother-in-law! Waited long?

Yes. You're very late.

Do taxi drivers kiss the passengers now?

It's a tourist city.

Were you with her?

I was with you, of course.

Let's see.

We played pool for two hours right?

- Did you do it?

- Yup.

You really did it?

You had sex?

How could you do that

on your wife's birthday!

Or any day for that matter!

I was wrong. I won't do it again.

I think that, but I can't help it.


But I never ask to do it first.

Then what?

Ask if they want to do it.

The quiet types say, 'We should'.

The flirty ones say, 'Oh please'.

Then they say we should, so I do it.

That's it.

You know that's wrong, right?

You know, people are evil by nature.

No, people are good.

- You're so square.

- No, I'm honest.

Anyway, don't expect me to lie for you.

You don't have a choice.

Why not come tomorrow?

Can I?

My beloved Dam-deok.

I'm forever grateful.

I respect you fully.

And love you eternally!

Please! Your sister is watching.

Kids need to see this to

grow up and be happy.

I've seen enough. I'm not happy.

What does that make me?

Why are you late again?

I had a date.

It's my wife's birthday.

I said we should be moral

even if it's an affair.

A moral affair?

But she wouldn't let me go.

What would you do?

I told you to wash your

hands when you come home.

Must be her eyeshadow.

You always lose track of

time when you play pool.

I didn't know Bong-soo

was so competitive.

He wouldn't let me go till he won.

What? You played together?


Go wash your hands.

Rematch on Monday?

- What?

- It's your day off.

You said to play for $100.

See you at 6 PM.

Right. $100.

It's too loud.

You social media addict.

From a guy who's been playing

with Lego for 3 hours?

It's a hobby that gives me

a sense of achievement.

Well, I get orgasms with this.

You get orgasms with your phone?

Are you a pervert?

What sense of achievement

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