Happy Ero Christmas

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Happy Ero Christmas
Happy Ero Christmas movie poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Hangul
Revised Romanization Haepi ero keurisemaseu
McCune–Reischauer Haep‘i ero k‘ŭrisŭmasŭ
Directed by Lee Kun-dong
Produced by Hwang Woo-hyun
Hwang Jae-woo
Written by Lee Kun-dong
Starring Cha Tae-hyun
Kim Sun-a
Music by Kim Dae-hong
Kim Yang-hee
Cinematography Choi Young-taek
Edited by Kim Yong-soo
Distributed by Tube Entertainment
Release dates
  • December 17, 2003 (2003-12-17)
Running time
119 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Happy Ero Christmas (Hangul: 해피 에로 크리스마스; RR: Haepi ero keurisemaseu) is a 2003 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Cha Tae-hyun and Kim Sun-a.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

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-kyung (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, Seok-doo (Park Yeong-gyu), the boss of the local gang, also swoons over Min-kyung and vows to take her virginity on Christmas Eve.

Cast[edit]

  • Cha Tae-hyun as Sung Byung-ki
  • Kim Sun-a as Heo Min-kyung
  • Park Yeong-gyu as Bang Seok-doo
  • Hong Kyung-in as Noh Dong-chool
  • Kim Ji-young as Park Hyang-sook
  • Park Won-sang as Henchman 1
  • Yang Ik-june as Henchman 2
  • Jang Hang-sun as Ero chairman
  • Kim Jung-ki as Baek Chil-yong
  • Oh Tae-kyung as Jo Dong-kwan
  • Baek Bong-ki as Noh Hae-chool
  • Lee Chung-ah as Lee Hae-min
  • Lee Mi-hwa as Lee Bo-young
  • Park Choong-seon as Police substation chief
  • Jung Suk-yong as Sergeant Park
  • Jeon Seon-hwa as Lee Soo-jin

References[edit]

  1. ^ Soh, Joon (18 December 2003). "New Comedy Ero Christmas Isn't Naughty or Nice". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved 2 February 2015. 
  2. ^ "Local Film Accused of Copyright Infringement". The Korea Times via Hancinema. 23 February 2004. Retrieved 2 February 2015. 

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