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Director  Lee Kyoung-mi
Music director  Jang Young-gyu
Language  Korean
6.5/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Duration  
Country  South Korea
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Writer  Lee Kyoung-mi, Park Chan-wook
Release date  October 16, 2008 (2008-10-16)
Initial release  October 16, 2008 (South Korea)
Screenplay  Park Chan-wook, Lee Kyoung-mi, Eun-kyo Park
Cast  Gong Hyo-jin (Yang Mi-Suk), Seo Woo (Seo Jong-Hee), Woo-seul-hye Hwang (Lee Yu-Ri), Lee Jong-hyuk (Seo Jong-Cheol), Bang Eun-jin (Seong Eun-Gyo)
Similar movies  Gong Hyo-jin appears in Crush and Blush and Love Fiction

crush and blush open talk at 13th piff 2008


Crush and Blush (Hangul: 미쓰 홍당무; RR: Misseu Hongdangmu; lit. "Miss Hongdangmu" or "Miss Carrot") is a 2008 South Korean film. It is the feature film debut of director Lee Kyoung-mi, and also the first film to be produced by Park Chan-wook.

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Crush and Blush premiered at the 13th Pusan International Film Festival, and went on general release in South Korea on October 16, 2010.

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Plot

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Yang Mi-sook is an unpopular and frumpy high school Russian teacher, who has a habit of going red in the face. For ten years she has been harbouring a crush on Seo Jong-cheol, her former teacher and now married colleague, though he is more interested in pretty new teacher Lee Yoo-ri. Mi-sook tries to put a halt to this blossoming romance, forming an unlikely alliance with Jong-cheol's daughter, Jong-hee.

Cast

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  • Gong Hyo-jin as Yang Mi-sook
  • Seo Woo as Seo Jong-hee
  • Lee Jong-hyuk as Seo Jong-cheol
  • Hwang Woo-seul-hye as Lee Yoo-ri
  • Bang Eun-jin as Seong Eun-gyo
  • Bong Joon-ho as teacher (cameo)
  • Awards and nominations

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    2008 Blue Dragon Film Awards

  • Best Screenplay - Lee Kyoung-mi
  • Best New Director - Lee Kyoung-mi
  • Nomination - Best Actress - Gong Hyo-jin
  • Nomination - Best New Actress - Seo Woo
  • Nomination - Best New Actress - Hwang Woo-seul-hye
  • 2008 Korean Film Awards

  • Best Actress - Gong Hyo-jin
  • Best New Actress - Seo Woo
  • Nomination - Best New Director - Lee Kyoung-mi
  • 2008 Director's Cut Awards

  • Best Actress - Gong Hyo-jin
  • Best New Actress - Seo Woo
  • Best Producer - Park Chan-wook
  • 2008 Women in Film Korea Awards

  • Best Actress - Gong Hyo-jin
  • Best Director and Screenplay - Lee Kyoung-mi
  • 2009 Baeksang Arts Awards

  • Nomination - Best Actress - Gong Hyo-jin
  • Nomination - Best New Director - Lee Kyoung-mi
  • Nomination - Best New Actress - Seo Woo
  • Nomination - Best New Actress - Hwang Woo-seul-hye
  • 2009 New York Asian Film Festival

  • Rising Star Award - Gong Hyo-jin
  • 2009 Buil Film Awards

  • Best New Actress - Seo Woo
  • Release

    Crush and Blush made its world premiere at the 13th Pusan International Film Festival, which ran from October 2–10, 2008. After its theatrical release on October 16, 2008, it attracted 532,323 admissions, and grossed a total of US$2,628,300.

    References

    Crush and Blush Wikipedia
    Crush and Blush IMDbCrush and Blush themoviedb.org


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