Release dateNovember 12, 2009 (2009-11-12) Initial releaseNovember 12, 2009 (South Korea) CastChoi Seung-Hyun (서정훈 (Jeong-hoon Seo)), Ijae Heo (차은형 (Eunhyeong Cha)), Seungri (박민서 (Minseo Park)) Similar moviesI Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine, Bloody Moon, The Case of the Scorpion's Tail, W Delta Z, Mad Max: Fury Road, Halloween
Tagline19 Years Old
19-Nineteen (Hangul: 나의 19세; lit. "I'm 19 years old") is a 2009 South Korean-Japanese film starring T.O.P, Seungri and Huh E-jae. Three nineteen-year-olds, two boys and a girl, are accused of murder and forced to run away. Everyone, including their parents, believes they are guilty, but the experience strengthens their bond as they attempt to find the real killer and prove their innocence.
It was part of the "Telecinema7" project, seven feature-length mini-dramas which were collaborations between South Korean TV directors and Japanese TV screenwriters; the seven Korea-Japan joint productions both received a limited theater release and were broadcast on television. 19-Nineteen was first released in Korea in CGV theaters on November 12, 2009, and later aired on SBS (South Korea) and TV Asahi (Japan) in 2010.
After graduating from high school Min-seo (Seungri) fails to get into college. He spends the next year cramming for his entrance exam once again. Jung-hoon (T.O.P) is a university student fresh out of high school. Late one evening, a high school girl dies. Earlier that evening, Min-seo filmed the girl in an internet cafe without her knowing. Min-seo, Jung-hoon, and another girl named Eun-young (Huh E-jae) – who went to the same high school as the dead girl – all become murder suspects in the death of that girl. All three of these young suspects are 19 years old. They don't know each other, but quickly become fugitives from the law. To clear their names they work to uncover the truth behind the girl's death.