At thirty and age coming on her, Jung-joo despises how her life has turned up. Degraded into doing simple chores for a designer, she believes that the turning point of her life was failing in becoming the girlfriend of then school poster-boy Ha-ni. What’s more, Ha-ni has now become a top star, and that irritates Jung-joo more than anything. When a chance to go back to the past for a week is given to her, she meets her younger self, and is determined to change the course of life that has eluded her for so long. But such a task seems much harder than it had first appeared to be, and she becomes more desperate than ever.
Ko So Young as Na Jeong Ju
Lee Beom-soo as Oh Tae Hoon
Kim Jung-min as Jo Hani
Yoo Geon as Young Oh Tae Hoon
Jo An as Young Na Jeong Ju
Lee Jeong-moon as Young Jo Hani
I think it’s quite a fair movie, contrary to it being tagged “worst” during its release. I was even moved to tears at the last minute. It’s not that I can relate or anything, but there were quite a lot of touching parts in the movie. I mean, who wouldn’t want to turn back time and correct mistakes? Plainly magical, the plot is. But still cute, magical… not crappy magical or exaggerated. Other than that the film is really funny. Ko So Young is a fair actress. She’s not pretty like all the others but she’s OK. I think she was able to make good acting for the character of the older Na Jeong Ju striving to correct the things from her past. Yoo Geon of course, was so good looking in front of the camera. But how come he can’t shed the “Hello, God” image just a bit? Anyway, see it for yourself and know why.
Recommendable, funny movie for Valentine’s…