My Sassy Girl is the tale of the first and last time Charlie Bello falls in love. From their initial meeting, trouble is the name of the game.
My Sassy Girl is the remake of the super popular, early 's movie of the same name. In this version, though, the story doesn't take place in modern times, but in the Joseon period. I found it a thoroughly enjoyable drama for the most part. It's a light romantic- comedy sageuk / I'm a sassy girl I'm a sassy girl I'm a sassy girl I'm a sassy girl I'm a sassy girl Baby, you know that I'm the star of the show Come on up and show me 'cause I'm ready to go Show me some love 'cause I'm gonna explode Just because I'm sassy from my head to my toe Look out, I'm the star of the show Watch out 'cause I'm ready to go. Feb 04, Sassy Girl (Featured Music In Dance Moms) Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Whatta Guy Music); Muserk Rights Management, and 3 Music Rights Societies.
Imagine an amorphous mass of dating disasters and you get an idea of the relationship between the young couple.
Some mysterious force with the strength of gravity between two planets must be at play between Charlie and Jordan as the relationship truly makes no sense on the surface. Everything seems pitted against the two of them.
My Sassy Girl (2008) - Letter's from Charlie to Jordan
Things suddenly come to a halt when the two write letters confessing their love for each other. Agreeing to meet a year later to read the love letters together, Charlie and Jordan go their separate ways. Written by Marx-Michael. Watch the Korean version first.
This version will just act as a spoiler. This is Hollywood just taking the short cut. Look at what is huge in other countries and ripping it off. I was fortunate enough to see the Korean version first, if I hadn't this would have lessened the impact.
The acting was only OK. A lot of the emotion was zapped out of the story. In the Korean version the Sassy girl was played and presented better. You knew there was something intriguing about the girl. She seemed emotionally hurt. In this version she seemed more psychotic, She just seemed to attack.
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KoreanEnglish. Warner Music Korea Raemong Raein. The One. Total length:. SBS Drama Awards. Thus begins his comically ill-fated relationship with the Girl.
After this second overnight stay at the hotel, she begins to become a more active part of his life. She visits Gyeon-woo in school and pulls him out of class, telling the teacher that Gyeon-woo is the father of her soon-to-be-aborted baby.
The Girl's mood swings wildly from joyful to downright violent, but Gyeon-woo puts up with it and lets her abuse him for her amusement. She is an aspiring scriptwriter and throughout the movie gives Gyeon-woo three different screenplays from different genres.
The first is an action movie- The Demolition Terminator -which switches gender roles, symbolically having the Girl save her helpless lover Gyeon-woo.
The second is a wild perversion of a Korean short story- Sonagi -in which the Girl, having died, asks that her lover be buried along with her-even though he's still alive.
All three feature the same common thread: the Girl is from the future. Despite all the horrible things Gyeon-woo endures, he is determined to help cure the girl's pain.
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He decides to surprise her on her birthday and takes her on a nighttime trip to an amusement park which ends up quite differently from how he planned: the pair encounter an AWOL soldier who holds them hostage and rants about his misery after being jilted.
Gyeon-woo convinces him to release her, and she in turn convinces the soldier to free Gyeon-woo and go on with his life and pursue another love. The Girl and Gyeon-woo's relationship takes a turn for the better; her cruel treatment toward's Gyeon-woo is her way of showing affection and the two grow closer.
After a day of hanging out, he walks her home in the pouring rain and she demands he meet her father, who is a habitual drinker. Her parents do not take to Gyeon-woo and on leaving, he overhears an impassioned argument between the girl and her mother over her relationship with him. He does not hear from her for quite some time and his life without her begins.
One day however, the Girl calls him and tells him to bring her a rose during class the Girl attends an all-girls college to commemorate their th-day anniversary. He does this, leading to a touching and romantic scene where he arrives in disguise as a food delivery person into a packed auditorium and watches her play the melody of George Winston 's variations on Pachelbel's Canon in D on a piano onstage.
He presents her the rose and the two hug while the classmates applaud in approval at his romantic gesture. As part of their celebration, they hit the bars and clubs together dressed in high-school uniforms; she gets drunk and as Gyeon-woo carries her on his back, a stranger slips him a condom. Gyeon-woo drops her off inside and is confronted at her house by her parents again; the father interrogates him and forces him to empty his pockets, where he embarrassingly presents the condom.
Her father demands the two to break up.
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The Girl does not contact him again and Gyeon-woo naturally thinks they have broken up, until one day seemingly out of the blue, she calls Gyeon-woo to meet her for dinner as she is on a blind date. The Girl introduces Gyeon-woo to the date, who thinks Gyeon-woo is a great friend of hers based on how highly she speaks of him.
She is unusually soft and gentle as there is clear awkwardness between the two.
She excuses herself to the washroom and appears to not be handling the break-up so well. The Girl returns to the table to see Gyeon-woo gone; he left while she was in the bathroom, but not before offering the blind date ten rules to follow to ensure her happiness; only order coffee at cafes, prevent her from over-drinking, give in to her at every circumstance, when she hits you pretend it hurts when it doesn't and vice versa, surprise her with roses, learn Kendo and Squash sportand more.
My Sassy Girl is a South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Kwak Jae-yong, starring Jun Ji-hyun and Cha Tae-hyun. The film is based on a true story told in a series of blog posts written by Kim Ho-sik, who later adapted them into a fictional novel. The film was very successful in South Korea, where it was the highest-grossing comedy of all time, and one of the top five highest-grossing films ever at the Starring: Jun Ji-hyun, Cha Tae-hyun. My Sassy Girl is a fully pre-produced TV series. Filming began on August and finished on March 7, Actress Kim Ju-hyeon was selected to play the female lead role through auditions, but was replaced by Oh Yeon-seo after quitting. RatingsOriginal network: SBS. Jul 27, My sassy girl is a movie kind of old indeed, I have it since it went out on DVD, because every movie I hear good comments I buy it, but honestly I didn't see this movie until yesterday, I saw the directors cut which is 15 minutes longer, so the movies reaches 2 hour 15 minutes, and there wasn't a single minute that I got bore, the movie is the perfect mix of comedy and romance, the comedy part 8/10(K).
While the blind date recites these rules to her, she realizes how well Gyeon-woo understands her and realizes her love for him. She abruptly leaves her date and searches for Gyeon-woo at the subway station.
They cross paths several times, but never run into each other, so she goes into the subway security office to see the security monitors. She sees him standing close to the edge of the platform just like she was in the beginning. While an employee makes an announcement in the microphone, she yells his name; he hears and they re-unite at the office. Once reunited the two realize they are at a turning point in their relationship, but, for some unspeakable reason, the Girl decides it is time for them to part.
As a gesture to their happy times the two write letters to each other and bury them in a "time capsule" under a particular tree on a mountain in the countryside.
They agree to meet again at the tree after two years to read the letters together. After burying the "time capsule" they go their separate ways for good. During the two-year span, Gyeon-woo works hard to improve himself; he practices Kendo and Squash and learns to swim. To pass the time, he also began writing about his dating experiences with the Girl on the internet as a means to cope.
His stories gain so much notoriety that he is approached by movie producers to turn his letters into a movie; he is ecstatic because the Girl's life-long dream was to have one of her screenplays made into a film.
He so desperately wants to share this news with her, but chooses to wait until they agree to meet.