As a kid, all Kim In Ha ever did was follow his uncle around and help him cheat in gambling. As a high school student, he hung out with his friends at the basement of a theater. As Kim In Ha gets to know Choi Jeong Won, a model student and also the son of a very rich family, In Ha tries to tempt him into doing mischevious deeds.
A man wakes up one morning to find a beautiful young woman sleeping nude beside him. Neither of them can remember the previous night’s events. After trying to walk away from the incident and get back to his normal life as a lawyer, he quickly learns several important facts:
1. The girl is the daughter of a big crime boss.2. She was allegedly a virgin before he had his way with her.3. He can either choose to marry her, or be murdered.
The circumstances are very suspicious, and it seems possible that he’s somehow been framed into this position. But even a lawyer would have trouble talking his way out of this one–especially when the judge and jury are not at all impartial, are not his peers, all carry weapons, and want to kill him if he says the wrong thing.
A man from a wealthy family who should be in his second year of college, is still finishing his highschool requirements. His family hire a tutor for him who is his own age but she comes from a poor background.
The movie opens with an all-out rooftop brawl involving tons of gang members, all of whom duke it out to the sounds of Bing Crosby's "White Christmas." What's significant about the opening is the second appearance by infamous homosexual gangster Curtis Ahn. He is seen wearing tight leather shorts and a T-shirt that says "Bend over or die tryin'". Curtis manages to seduce and kill several enemies, including Matt Lam and Paul Lee. Things take a dramatic turn, however, when the infamous female gangster arrives on the scene in all her wire-fu glory. But just as she's in the midst of kicking ass and taking names, she's knocked off the building and plunges down to the streets below.
Due to a lucky break, the fall doesn't kill her, but it does cause her to suffer amnesia. Luckily for Eun-Jin, she's found by Yoon Jae-Choi (Park Joon-Gyu), the kindly owner of a small-scale Chinese restaurant. She worked as a delivery girl under the name of Tsu Tsu.
Once, in a feud with Ji-hyun, Tsu Tsu fell from the roof and recovered her past memories with White Shark, who had recruited Jun Man to kill her. Jun Man became impotent when Jae-choi's motorbike accidentally hit him in the groin. Ji-hyun was later kidnapped and was being rescued by Eun-jin, but Jae-choi was stabbed in the stomach and killed. Eun-jin was saved by the 132-members of the scissors gang. Ji-hyun later joined Eun-jin's gang to fight against some Chinese illegal drug dealers.
"Have you ever seen fish cry?"
When special agent Ryu of South Korea's secret service fails to prevent the death of an arms smuggler-turned-informant, he instinctively suspects the involvement of Hee, an enigmatic sniper from a North Korean terrorist group.
A skilled master of disguise, Hee has previously assassinated many government officials but since managed to disappear, escaping the unrelenting pursuit of South Korean agents.
Now it appears that she has returned...
"You're like a little bear awaken from hibernation. I am starting to fall in love with you..." Young commercial director Yong Lee presents his debut film Spring Bear Love starring Bae Du Na (Take Care of My Cat) and model/actor Kim Nam Jin. Tender romance begins in the most magical of ways in Spring Bear Love.Hyun Choi (Bae Du Na) is an office worker who has been dumped by many boyfriends because of her tough personality. One day she discovers a curious message in her library books. Mesmerized by the mysteriously attractive words, Hyun Choi tries to find the writer of the message. From the moment her search begins, love has been planted in her life.
The film tells a tale about a young college student Chi-hye (Sun Ye-jin) who is involved in a love triangle with her friend Su-kyong (Lee Sang-in) and a young modish playwright Sang-min (Jo In-seong). Meanwhile, she uncovers the romance and tangles her mother Chu-hui (also played by Sun) fell into in the late 1960s.
Bouncing back and forth, the film delicately unfolds the two romances of the two generations. Though the time and people differ in the two stories, the "classic" love feelings remain unchanged.