Flying Boys

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Flying Boys
Flying Boys film poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Hangul
Hanja 발레
Revised Romanization Balle gyoseupso
McCune–Reischauer Palle kyosŭpso
Directed by Byun Young-joo
Produced by Kim Mi-hee
Written by Byun Young-joo
Starring Yoon Kye-sang
Kim Min-jung
Music by Jo Yeong-wook
Cinematography Seong Seung-taek
Edited by Park Gok-ji
Distributed by CJ Entertainment
Release dates
  • December 3, 2004 (2004-12-03)
Running time 109 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Flying Boys is a 2004 South Korean film, written and directed by Byun Young-joo, and starring Yoon Kye-sang and Kim Min-jung. The film had 114,478 admissions in South Korea.[1]

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Min-jae is a high school senior who lives with his father, an airline pilot, and is struggling with his studies. For some time he has had a crush on Su-jin, a girl his own age who lives in the same apartment building, but has lacked the courage to approach her. Su-jin, meanwhile, is frustrated with her family life and keen to get away. She plans to become a veterinarian, even though she is no good with animals.

Min-jae and Su-jin are unexpectedly thrown together when they are both pressured into joining a local ballet class. As time passes they get to know each other, as well as the other oddball characters who make up the rest of the class.

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