Beastie Boys (film)
|Revised Romanization||Biseuti Boiseu|
|Directed by||Yoon Jong-bin|
|Produced by||Kim Young
|Written by||Yoon Jong-bin|
|Based on||The Moonlight of Seoul – Part Zero
by Kim Seung-wook
|Music by||Kim Hong-jib|
|Edited by||Kim Woo-il|
Wire to Wire Films
|Distributed by||Lotte Entertainment|
Beastie Boys (Hangul: 비스티 보이즈; RR: Biseuti Boiseu) is a 2008 South Korean film about male hosts who serve female clients in discreet salons tucked into the affluent fashion districts of southern Seoul.
Its international English title The Moonlight of Seoul is taken from a 1970s short novel by Kim Seung-wook, 서울의 달빛 0장 ("The Moonlight of Seoul – Part Zero"), which explores the aura of Seoul's nightlife.
In director Yoon Jong-bin's own words, the film "depicts youths living in the exotic, affluent backdrop of Gangnam and those kicking and screaming to survive in the superficial, capitalistic society."
- Yoon Kye-sang as Seung-woo
- Ha Jung-woo as Jae-hyun
- Yoon Jin-seo as Ji-won
- Lee Seung-min as Han-byul
- Ma Dong-seok as Chang-woo
- Yoo Ha-joon as Won-tae
- Kwon Se-in as Ji-hoon
- Yoon Ah-jeong as Mi-seon
- Bae Jin-ah as Seon-joo
- Hong Yi-joo as Joo-hee
- Jang Ji-won as Myung-ah
- Jung Bo-hoon as Soon-hee
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- "K-FILM REVIEWS: 비스티 보이즈 (The Moonlight of Seoul)". Twitch Film. 30 July 2008. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
- Lee, Hyo-won (28 April 2008). "Moonlight Shines on Seoul's Nightlife". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18.
- "Actor Goes From Killer to Professional Casanova". The Dong-a Ilbo. 29 April 2008. Retrieved 2012-11-18.