Movie: Like for Likes (English title) / Please Like Me (literal title)
Revised romanization: Johahaejyo
Director: Park Hyun-Jin
Writer: Yoo Young-A, Park Hyun-Jin
Producer: Jin Il-Gyoo, Lee Han-Seung
Cinematographer: Shin Tae-Ho
Release Date: February 18, 2016
Runtime: 120 min.
Genre: Romantic-Comedy / Ensemble / Internet
Distributor: CJ Entertainment
Country: South Korea
Recently discharge from the military, Jin-Woo (Yoo Ah-In) is a popular actor. Gyung-A (Lee Mi-Yeon) is a screenwriter for television drama series. She doesn’t want to ask Jin-Woo, but asks him anyways to perform in her next drama series. Jin-Woo turns down her offer. At a wedding, Jin-Woo sees Gyung-A’s young child Bom. Jin-Woo wonders if he is the father.
Sung-Chan (Kim Ju-Hyeok) runs a small Japanese restaurant. Before his wedding, he leases an apartment from flight attendant Joo-Ran (Choi Ji-Woo), but Sung-Chan is dumped by his fiancé. At the same time, flight attendant Joo-Ran learns that she was ripped off and now doesn’t have a place to stay. Sung-Chan offers to share the apartment with her.
Soo-Ho (Kang Ha-Neul) is a songwriter. He is also deaf from a car accident that he was involved in high school. Soo-Ho has never had a girlfriend. He is a regular customer at Sung-Chan’s Japanese restaurant. One day, at Sung-Chan’s restaurant, he meets drama series producer Na-Yeon (Esom). They have a good time eating and drinking together. After exchanging messages on Facebook, Soo-Ho and Na-Yeon go on a few dates together. Soo-Ho is unable to tell her about his hearing disability.