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Innocent Steps

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Genre  Comedy, Drama, Romance
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Language  Korean Mandarin
7/10 IMDb

Director  Park Young-hoon
Music director  Choi Man-Sik
Country  South Korea
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Release date  28 April 2005 (2005-04-28)
Writer  Gye-ok Park, Young-hoon Park
Initial release  April 28, 2005 (South Korea)
Screenplay  Park Young-hoon, Park Gye-Ok
Cast  Moon Geun-Young (Jang Chae-rin), Chang Yun (Jung Hyun-soo), Kim Ki-Soo (Lee Chul-Yong), Kim Ji-Yeong (police), Lee Dae-yeon (police), Jeong Yu-mi (Oh Mi-Soo)
Similar movies  Moon Geun-young appears in Innocent Steps and My Little Bride

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Innocent Steps (Hangul: 댄서의 순정; Hanja: 댄서의 純情; RR: Daenseoui sunjeong; lit. "Dancer Purity") is a 2005 South Korean film directed by Park Young-hoon. Another English title for the movie is "Dancing princess".

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Innocent Steps movie scenes

There's a director's cut version of the movie featuring additional 17 minutes of footage and alternative cut of the dance scene at competition.

Innocent Steps movie scenes

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Plot

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Former acclaimed dancer Na Young-sae (Park Gun-hyung) attempts to make a comeback after his opponent, Hyun-soo (Yoon Chan), purposely injures him at a dance competition. At the suggestion of dance studio manager Ma Sang-doo (Park Won-sang), Young-sae then brings to Korea Jang Chae-min (Moon Geun-young), an ethnic Korean from China whom he presumes is a renowned, talented dancer. To his surprise, Young-sae learns Chae-ryn knows nothing about dancing and her soon-to-be married, older sister, Jang Chae-min, is the talented dancer. With only three months until the national dance championship, Young-sae trains Chae-min, vowing to turn her into a world-class dancer.

Cast

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  • Moon Geun-young as Jang Chae-min
  • Park Gun-hyung as Na Young-sae
  • Park Won-sang as Ma Sang-doo
  • Yoon Chan as Jung Hyun-soo
  • Awards and nominations

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    2005 Grand Bell Awards
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  • Nomination – Best Actress – Moon Geun-young
  • Nomination – Best New Actor – Park Gun-hyung
  • Nomination – Best Costume Design – Lee Ji-young

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    2005 Blue Dragon Film Awards
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  • Nomination – Best New Actor – Park Gun-hyung

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    2005 Korean Film Awards
  • Best New Actor – Park Gun-hyung
  • Critical reception

    The film received mixed to negative reviews. Variety reviewer, Derek Elley favorably compared the film to Dance with the Wind, citing Moon Geun-young and Park Gun-hyung's performances, but wrote "the plot holds no water." Koreanfilm.org critic Tom Giammarco called the film "disappointing and cliche," and Darcy Paquet credited the film's box office success to Moon's celebrity status and noted that the ending was disappointing: "We never even really get to see the knock-em-dead dance sequence that you'd expect."

    Remake

    In 2015, Culture Cap Korea announced that it will co-produce a Chinese remake, which will cast a Chinese actor and a Korean actress. 60% of filming will take place in China, and 40% in Busan.

    References

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    Innocent Steps IMDbInnocent Steps Rotten TomatoesInnocent Steps themoviedb.org


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