Everybody Has Secrets

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Everybody Has Secrets
Everybody Has Secrets movie poster.jpg
"Everybody Has Secrets" movie poster
Hangul
Hanja 누구나 은 있다
Revised Romanization Nuguna Bimireun Itda
McCune–Reischauer Nuguna Pimirŭn Itta
Directed by Jang Hyeon-su
Produced by Jeong Tae-won
Written by Jang Hyeon-su
Starring Lee Byung-hun
Chu Sang-mi
Kim Hyo-jin
Choi Ji-woo
Cinematography Yeong-cheol Kim
Editing by Kim Sun-min
Distributed by Cinema Service
Taewon Entertainment
Release dates
  • 30 July 2004 (2004-07-30)
Running time 105 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Everybody Has Secrets (Hangul: 누구나 비밀은 있다; RR: Nuguna bimireun itda) is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars Lee Byung-hun, Choi Ji-woo, Kim Hyo-jin and Chu Sang-mi.[1] Because it has several sex-scenes, it is generally restricted to viewers under 18 or 21. Although the film wasn't a particularly big hit in South Korea it grossed $4,888,679 in Japan.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

Han Mi-yeong meets Choi Su-hyeon and falls in love with him. However, unknown to her, he also begins to seduce her two sisters Han Seon-yeong and Han Ji-yeong. The two sisters are captivated by him and are unable to resist him.

Cast[edit]

  • Lee Byung-hun as Choi Su-hyeon
  • Choi Ji-woo as Han Seon-yeong
  • Chu Sang-mi as Han Ji-yeong
  • Kim Hyo-jin as Han Mi-yeong
  • Sunwoo Yong-ryu as Mother
  • Kim Hye-gon as Ji-yeong's husband
  • Jeon Jae-hyeong as Han Dae-yeong
  • Tak Jae-hun as Sang-il

Awards and Nominations[edit]

2004 Blue Dragon Film Awards[3]

2005 Grand Bell Awards

  • Nomination - Best Adapted Screenplay - KIM Hee-Jae

2004 Korean Film Awards

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