Twenty

Twenty
 

Profile
Movie: Twenty (English & literal title)
Revised romanization: Seumool
Hangul: 스물
Director: Lee Byeong-Hun
Writer: Lee Byeong-Hun
Producer: Lee Sung-Doo, Lim Ji-Moon
Cinematographer: No Seung-Bo
Release Date: March 25, 2015
Runtime: 115 min.
Genre: Youth / Friends / Comedy / Drama / Coming of Age
Distributor: Next Entertainment World
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
Plot
Chi-Ho (Kim Woo-Bin), Dong-Woo (Lee Joon-Ho) and Gyung-Jae (Kang Ha-Neul) have been best friends since high school. Now, they are all 20-year-olds.

Chi-Ho has a girlfriend, So-Min (Jung So-Min), but he only thinks about wooing other women. An accident leads Chi-Ho to spend time with aspiring actress Eun-Hye (Jung Joo-Yeon).

Dong-Woo hopes to work as a comic artist, but his family’s poor financial situation has Dong-Woo juggling several part-time jobs. So-Hee (Lee Yoo-Bi) is the younger sister of Gyung-Jae and she just adores Dong-Woo.

Gyung-Jae is a freshman in college. He hopes to land a job with a large corporation. Gyung-Jae then meets an upperclassman, Jin-Joo (Min Hyo-Rin), who takes an interest in him and he falls in love with.

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