My Boss, My Teacher
|My Boss, My Teacher|
|Directed by||Kim Dong-won|
|Produced by||Kim Du-chan|
|Written by||Kang Seok-beom
|Music by||Kim Si-hwan|
|Edited by||Cho Jae-geun
|Distributed by||CJ Entertainment|
Gangster Doo-shik has graduated school and is now attending college, though he is allowing his underling Sang-du to take classes on his behalf. For the final semester, all education majors are sent out to work in schools for teacher training. This is one job that Doo-shik must complete himself, and he is sent out to teach in the trouble-laden high school himself.
- Jung Joon-ho ... Gae Doo-shik
- Kim Sang-joong ... Oh Sang-jung
- Jung Woong-in ... Sang-du
- Jung Woon-taek ... Dae Ga-ri
- Kang Sung-pil
- Choi Yoon-yeong
- Han Hyo-joo
My Boss, My Teacher was released in South Korea on 19 January 2006, and topped the box office on its opening weekend with 1,106,825 admissions. It held the number-one spot for a second consecutive week, and went on to receive a total of 6,105,431 admissions nationwide, making it the fourth best selling film of 2006, and—until surpassed by 200 Pounds Beauty in early 2007—the most successful Korean comedy film of all time. As of 5 February 2006, the film had grossed a total of $30,585,589.
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