Temptation of Wolves

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Temptation of Wolves
Romance of Their Own film poster.jpg
Hangul
Hanja 늑대의
Revised Romanization Neukdaeui yuhok
McCune–Reischauer Nŭkdae ŭi yuhok
Directed by Kim Tae-gyun
Written by Kim Tae-gyun
Guiyeoni
Starring Jo Han-sun
Lee Chung-ah
Kang Dong-won
Music by Lee Hoon-seok
Cinematography Jin Young-hwan
Edited by Ko Im-pyo
Distributed by Showbox
Release date(s)
  • July 22, 2004 (2004-07-22)
Running time 113 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Temptation of Wolves (Hangul: 늑대의 유혹; RR: Neukdaeui yuhok; also known as Romance of Their Own or True Romance) is a 2004 South Korean film directed by Kim Tae-gyun, and based on a novel of the same name by Internet author Guiyeoni. Starring Jo Han-sun, Kang Dong-won and Lee Chung-ah, the film is about an average high school girl who moves from the countryside to Seoul after her father's death only to become involved in a love triangle with the two most handsome and popular guys in town. The film was very successful gaining 2,189,453 admissions nationwide becoming the 9th highest grossing Korean film of the year.[1]


Synopsis[edit]

From her appearance to her mannerisms, it is easy to tell that Jung Han-kyeong (Lee Chung-ah) is a country girl. After her father's death, she comes to Seoul to live with her mother (Kim Bo-yeon), planning to attend Kang-Shin High School. However, her life in Seoul is a series of mental and physical shocks. On the bus, a slipper is thrown randomly at her head—but her problems don't end there. The guy who threw the slipper is none other than Ban Hae-won (Jo Han-sun), the most popular guy at her school, and everywhere he steps, girls trail behind. Seeing Han-kyeong's pitiable and adorable nature, Hae-Won falls for her.

The leader of Sung-Kwon High, Kang-Shin's neighbor and rival, is named Jung Tae-sung (Kang Dong-won), and he, too, has feelings for Han-kyeong. Despite his shy, adorable face, Tae-sung has strong fists and endless obstinacy. A fight that handles both pride and love begins between the two, and neither of them is prepared to back down. But Tae-sung has a secret, one that forces him to love Han-kyeong in spite of himself, and Han-kyeong, ignorant of this, tries to do her best to be gentle with both of them. Eventually, Tae-sung leaves Han-kyeong's side, and later, Han-kyeong and Hae-won learn of his secret.

Cast[edit]

  • Jo Han-sun ... Ban Hae-won
  • Lee Chung-ah ... Jung Han-kyeong
  • Kang Dong-won ... Jung Tae-sung
  • Jung Da-hye ... Da-reum
  • Kwon Oh-min ... Han Joo-ho
  • Lee Chun-hee ... Yoo-won
  • Lee Ji-hee ... Lee Bo-jung
  • Song Chae-min ... Yoo Jae-hee
  • Kim Ha-eun ... Lee Na-yoon
  • Ahn Hyeong-jun ... Kim Dae-han
  • Do Yong-gu ... Han-kyeong's stepfather
  • Jung Hye-young ... Young Han-kyeong
  • Shin Tae-hoon ... Young Tae-sung
  • Chun Ho-jin ... Tae-sung's father
  • Kim Bo-yeon ... Han-kyeong's mother
  • Nam Jung-hee ... Han-kyeong's grandmother

Awards and nominations[edit]

2004 Blue Dragon Film Awards[2]
2004 Korean Film Awards
2005 Grand Bell Awards
  • Best New Actress – Lee Chung-ah
  • Nomination – Best New Actor – Jo Han-sun
  • Nomination – Best Music - Lee Hoon-seok

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