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Baby and I
Also loosely supported the Japanese manga, Baby and I (Korean: 아기와 나; RR: Agiwa Na) is Jang Geun-seuk’s 4th movie which tells the story of a rebellious 18-year-old high school senior who finally ends up responsible as a father to a baby which was found with a note in his cart. The film was released on August 10th, 2008, and was directed by Kim Jin-young. The film had an attendance of 435,551 nationwide.
Although most parts of the movie were different than the first manga version, matters are somewhat similar, the film’s main character could be a troublemaking high school student while the most character within the manga Baby and Me may be a model student. Jang Geun-seuk’s character (Han Joon-soo) also encompasses a problem together with his parents, meanwhile, the initial version (Takuya Enoki) is braced with the best family but he had to require care of his younger brother within the place of his deceased mother.
A little bit about the plot:
A high school student, Han Joon-soo (Jang Keun-seuk), could be a troublemaker. He always quarrels along with his parents and doesn’t obey them. One day, his parents are sick of his bad behavior and runoff from home, leaving only a videotape and $100, stating they’d come when Joon-soo has gotten his act together. Shrugging it off, he decides to only throw a tiny low party together with his friends, Ki-seok (Ko Gyoo-pil) and Choon-seung (Choi Jae-hwan), in his empty house. While buying alcohol at a market, a baby with a note is left in his cart. The note claims the high school senior, Han Joon-soo, is that the father of the baby, and therefore the mother couldn’t make sure of him anymore. The baby’s name is revealed to be Han Woo-ram (Moon Mason). Joon-soo finds himself cursed the kid, he tries abandoning Woo-ram multiple times, but always fails. Without anyone to assist him, apart from Kim Byul (Song Ha-yoon), a sensible girl who incorporates a crush on him, Joon-soo resorts to bringing the baby to high school and his part-time jobs. Finally, he’s suspended from school because of the baby being a disturbance. After days of becoming financially broke and sinking to the underside, his parents return home when Joon-soo has an emotional breakdown and expresses his sympathy and love for the baby; a love that changed him from a troublemaker to a caring father. Joon-soo’s parents acknowledge their love for his or her son and tell Joon-soo that they’re going to help make sure of Woo-ram. When Woo-ram is admitted to the hospital, Joon-soo becomes depressed and meets up Ki-seok. Ki-seok tells Joon-soo that he’s the daddy of Woo-ram. Furious, Joon-soo beats up Ki-seok and tells him to require Woo-ram back. He later lies to Byul and Choon-seung that he doesn’t care about Woo-ram anymore. Woo-ram, now out of the hospital, is being adopted by a pair from overseas. After contemplating, Joon-soo races to the airport and fights his way through security. At the gate, he yells for the couple to offer Woo-ram back to him. Later, Joon-soon agrees with Ki-seok that they’ll raise Woo-ram together. Byul sends Ki-seok and Choon-seung to travel buy some soda, eager to be alone with Joon-soo. After she coyly compliments his “cool” behavior at the airport, Byul gives Joon-soo a fast kiss before running off.
In the same year with Baby and I, Jang Geun Seuk also released a comedy movie called Crazy Waiting (Korean: 기다리다 미쳐; RR: Gidarida michyeo), also called The Longest 24 Months, or Going Crazy Waiting. The film was written and directed by Ryu Seung-jin and stars Jang Geun-seuk as Park Won-jae, Son Tae-yong as Kim Hyo-jeong, Jang Hee-jin as Nam Bo-ram, and Danny Ahn as Seo Min-cheol. The film explored the dilemma of maintaining and leaving a relationship.
A little bit about the plot:
In the Republic of Korea, all men in their early twenties need to serve two years of mandatory military service, and plenty of young couples find themselves asking, “Do we stay… or break up?” If they stay together, will their love survive the two-year separation? The movie takes a glance at four couples as they explore these questions and “go crazy while waiting” to be reunited with their lovers.
Hyo-jeong is dating the much-younger Won-jae when he leaves for the military service, and his visits home put a strain on her wallet. Bo-ram features a crush on bandmate Min-cheol, who ignores her in favor of Han-na. Jin-ah and Eun-seok are the proper, cutesy couple, but telling his supporter to require care of her seems to be Eun-seok’s mistake. highschool student Bi-ang’s reaction to live-in boyfriend Heo Wook’s departure is to travel out and find a replacement – innocent collegian Ho Sin.
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