Foxy Festival

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Foxy Festival
Foxy Festival poster.jpg
Revised Romanization Peseutibal
McCune–Reischauer P‘esŭt‘ibal
Directed by Lee Hae-young
Produced by Lee Jung-se
Jo Chul-hyun
Lim Min-sub
William Kim
Written by Lee Hae-young
Starring Shin Ha-kyun
Uhm Ji-won
Shim Hye-jin
Sung Dong-il
Ryoo Seung-bum
Baek Jin-hee
Oh Dal-su
Music by Dalparan
Cinematography Jo Sang-yun
Edited by Nam Na-yeong
Daisy Entertainment
Achim Pictures
Tiger Pictures
Distributed by Showbox/Mediaplex
Release date
  • November 18, 2010 (2010-11-18)
Running time
110 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Foxy Festival (Hangul페스티발; RRPeseutibal; "Festival") is a 2010 South Korean film with an all-star ensemble cast. It is a character-driven comedy of manners about the secret (and not so secret) sexual lives of a group of interconnected people in an upper-middle class district of Seoul.[1][2][3][4][5]


Loose cannon Kwak Jang-bae (Shin Ha-kyun), a neighborhood policeman, is obsessed with his sexual prowess and continually wants to have sex with his live-in girlfriend, Ji-su (Uhm Ji-won), an English teacher at a private school who is bored with his macho behavior. Forthright high-school student Ju Ja-hye (Baek Jin-hee) sells her sweat-stained panties on the internet and wants to lose her virginity to scruffy fish-sausage seller Choi-kang Sang-du (Ryoo Seung-bum); the older man is uninterested in her advances but Ja-hye cannot work out why. Ja-hye's mother (Shim Hye-jin), who sells hanbok (traditional Korean female dress), discovers the owner of a hardware shop opposite, Gi-bong (Sung Dong-il), is into S&M and starts having sessions with him in the back of his shop, assuming a dominatrix role. Kim Gwang-rok (Oh Dal-su), Ja-hye's teacher, is a married man who is secretly into wearing women's clothes when his wife is not around. When Jang-bae discovers Ji-su has ordered a vibrator, he has a major crisis over his manhood and stops sleeping with her. Meanwhile, as his neighborhood has been marked for a moral clean-up campaign by the police, it's only time before Jang-bae also bumps heads with its denizens' licentious goings-on.[3]



  1. ^ Han, Sun-hee (10 August 2010). "Foxy Festival: A light, fun story on sex". Korean Cinema Today. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  2. ^ Lee, Hyo-won (19 October 2010). "Sex comedies, romances to heat up theaters". The Korea Times. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  3. ^ a b Elley, Derek (1 September 2011). "Foxy Festival". Film Business Asia. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  4. ^ Mudge, James (18 March 2011). "Foxy Festival (2010) Movie Review". Beyond Hollywood. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 
  5. ^ Webb, Charles (4 July 2011). "NYAFF 2011: FOXY FESTIVAL Review". Twitch Film. Retrieved 2012-11-18. 

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