Spy Girl

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Spy Girl
Spy Girl film poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Hangul
Hanja 를 모르면
Revised Romanization Geunyeoreul moreumyeon gancheop
McCune–Reischauer Kunyŏ rŭl morŭmyŏn kanch‘ŏp
Directed by Park Han-jun
Produced by Myeong Sang-pyo
Written by Ha Won-jun
Starring Kim Jung-hwa
Gong Yoo
Music by Lee Jae-jin
Cinematography Shin Ok-hyun
Edited by Kim Sun-min
Distributed by Showbox
Release dates
  • January 30, 2004 (2004-01-30)
Running time
100 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Spy Girl (Hangul: 그녀를 모르면 간첩; RR: Geunyeoreul moreumyeon gancheop; lit. "Those Who Don't Know Her Are Spies") is a 2004 South Korean film starring Kim Jung-hwa and Gong Yoo.[1][2][3]

Plot[edit]

A group of students run a website devoted to the girls who work at their local Burger King. When Ko-bong falls head over heels with new girl Hyo-jin, he promptly posts some pictures of her on the internet, and before long she becomes something of a local celebrity. However, little does he realize that his would-be girlfriend is in fact a North Korean spy who is trying to keep a low profile.

Cast[edit]

  • Kim Jung-hwa - Park Hyo-jin
  • Gong Yoo - Choi Go-bong
  • Nam Sang-mi - Nam Jin-ah
  • Baek Il-seob - Park Mu-sun
  • Kim Ae-kyung - Oh Mi-jae
  • Jadu - Park Hyo-jin
  • Jo Dal-hwan - Song Hyo-guk
  • Ahn Hae-suk - Ko-bong's mother
  • Kim Myung-guk - Ko-bong's father
  • Yoo In-young - Woo Wol-ran
  • Park Kyung-hwan - Man in black suit
  • Kim Ki-hwan - Male student
  • Lee Kwang-ki - Kim Young-kwang
  • Baek Seung-hee - Young woman
  • Park Jin-taek - Manager

References[edit]

  1. ^ Park, Eun-young (27 January 2004). "삼수생의 낭만적 판타지, <그녀를 모르면 간첩>". Cine21 (in Korean). Retrieved 12 May 2015. 
  2. ^ Hartzell, Adam. "Spy Girl". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 12 May 2015. 
  3. ^ "Spy Girl (Korea, 2004)". Love HK Film. Retrieved 12 May 2015. 

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