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A Love (2007 film)

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Hangul  사랑
McCune–Reischauer  Sarang
Written by  Kwak Kyung-taek
Director  Kwak Kyung-taek
Cinematography  Gi Se-hun
6.8/10 IMDb

Revised Romanization  Sarang
Directed by  Kwak Kyung-taek
Initial release  19 September 2007
Box office  14.5 million USD
Screenplay  Kwak Kyung-taek
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Produced by  Jeong Tae-won Yang Jung-kyeong
Cast  Joo Jin‑mo, Park Si‑yeon, Kim Min‑joon, Joo Hyun, Lim Hyun‑sung
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A Love (Hangul: 사랑; RR: Sarang) is a 2007 South Korean film starring Joo Jin-mo and Park Si-yeon and directed by Kwak Kyung-taek.



In-ho is a naive but tough teenager, who is trying hard to stay out of trouble, but he willingly sacrifices everything to protect his childhood girlfriend Mi-ju. But their relationship is wrapped in tragedy. The girl is raped as an act of revenge after her mother and brother both die before they settled financial debts with a gang. In-ho retaliates by attacking the rapist, and he and Mi-ju try to escape, but they are thwarted by the gangsters. Mi-ju ends up going to Japan and In-ho goes to jail.

Years later, he finds a job at a steel company and gets scouted by its owner to be his personal secretary and bodyguard. Life gets a little easier for him, until suddenly Mi-ju reappears ― as his boss’s mistress.

In-ho has held onto his unwavering love for Mi-ju throughout his prison term and long days of separation, and for Mi-ju, it has always been impossible to forget her beloved In-ho. But the more their love for each other deepens, the more difficult it becomes for the star-crossed lovers to be together.


  • Joo Jin-mo - In-ho
  • Park Si-yeon - Mi-ju
  • Joo Hyun - Chairman Yoo
  • Kim Min-joon - Chi-kwon
  • References

    A Love (2007 film) Wikipedia

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