Grand Prix (2010 film)

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Grand Prix
Promotional poster for Grand Prix
Directed by Yang Yun-ho
Produced by Lee Jung-hak
Written by Lee Jung-hak
Nam Sang-wook
Choi Jong-hyeon
Starring Kim Tae-hee
Yang Dong-geun
Music by Mok Young-jin
Cinematography Gi Se-hun
Distributed by Sidus FNH
Release date
  • 16 September 2010 (2010-09-16) (South Korea)
Running time
109 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Korean name
Hangul 그랑프리
Revised Romanization Geurang peuri
McCune–Reischauer Kŭrang p‘ŭri

Grand Prix (Hangul그랑프리; RRGeurang peuri) is 2010 South Korean sports film directed by Yang Yun-ho. It stars Kim Tae-hee and Yang Dong-geun in lead roles as horse jockeys.


Seo Ju-hee is a horse jockey who dreams of winning the Grand Prix championship. One day, she suffers an accident during a horse race. Her beloved horse is put down and she injures her arm. Feeling as if her dreams were crushed, Seo Ju-hee falls into depression and quits horse racing. Then, Seo Ju-hee decides to go to Jeju for a vacation. There, she meets Woo-suk, a fellow horse jockey who has previously won the championship. They fall in love and he helps and encourages her to make a comeback at the Grand Prix Championship.



Lee Joon-gi was originally cast as the male lead and took part in the first month of filming. However he dropped out when the Military Manpower Administration declined his application to postpone enlistment for mandatory military service.[1] His role was subsequently re-cast with Yang Dong-geun, as his comeback project after being discharged from military service.[2]


  1. ^ Ko, Kyoung-seok (28 April 2010). "Lee Jun-ki to enter military next month". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 
  2. ^ Kim, Lynn (10 May 2010). "Yang Dong-geun to make comeback in film Grand Prix". 10Asia. Retrieved 2012-10-17. 

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