Happy Ero Christmas
|Happy Ero Christmas|
|Hangul||해피 에로 크리스마스|
|Revised Romanization||Haepi ero keurisemaseu|
|McCune–Reischauer||Haep‘i ero k‘ŭrisŭmasŭ|
|Directed by||Lee Geon-dong|
|Produced by||Kim Seung-beom|
|Music by||Kim Dae-hong
|Edited by||Kim Yong-soo|
|Distributed by||Tube Entertainment|
|Running time||110 minutes|
Happy Ero Christmas (Hangul: 해피 에로 크리스마스; RR: Haepi ero keurisemaseu) is a 2003 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Korean comedian Cha Tae-hyun (My Sassy Girl) and Kim Sun-a (The Greatest Expectation and Wet Dreams).
Byung-ki (Cha Tae-hyun) is a taciturn village patrolman who helps out with trivial tasks like distributing promotional papers, though he dreams of fighting evil. One day, he runs into Min-kyong (Kim Sun-a), an employee at the neighborhood bowling alley, and falls for her at first sight. However, his attempts to woo her go unnoticed. Meanwhile, Sang-doo, the boss of the local gang, also swoons over Min-kyong and vows to take her virginity on Christmas Eve.
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