Get Up (2008 film)

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Get Up
Get up film.jpg
Promotional poster for Get Up
Written byKo Eun-nim
Directed byLee Jae-dong
StarringLee Min-ho
Choi Ah-jin
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes1 (television film)
Production location(s)South Korea
Production company(s)MBC
Original networkMBC
Original release24 February 2008, 13:10 (KST)
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Get Up
나도 잘 모르지만
Revised RomanizationNado Jal Moreujiman
McCune–ReischauerNado Chal Morŭjiman
Literally, "But I don't really know either"

Get Up is a 2008 South Korean television film on the educational problems of adolescents in schools. It starred Lee Min-ho, Rhyme,[1] and Choi Ah-jin.[2][3]


High school students Min Wook-gi (Lee Min Ho) and Doo Hun (Rhyme) both land in trouble after they get into a fight. Doo Hun gets suspended, and Wook Gi has to clean his teacher's (Gi Ju-bong) car as punishment. While he's cleaning, his girlfriend Chura (Choi Ah-jin) shows up to tell him she's going on a ski trip with her new boyfriend. To chase after his girlfriend, Wook Gi tries to steal his teacher's car – but he can't drive. As he's making a run for it, Doo Hun happens to pass by on his motorcycle, and the two end up hitting the open road together.[4]



  1. ^ "라임". Daum. Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  2. ^ "나도 잘 모르지만". Daum. Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Korean drama of the week "Get Up"". Hancinema. 9 October 2014. Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  4. ^ "Korean drama of the week "Get Up"". Hancinema. 9 October 2014. Retrieved 10 October 2014.

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