|Revised Romanization||Tong jeung|
|Directed by||Kwak Kyung-taek|
|Produced by||Lee Ji-seung|
|Screenplay by||Han Soo-ryun|
|Story by||Kang Full|
|Music by||Kim Jun-seong|
|Edited by||Kim Sang-bum
|Distributed by||Lotte Entertainment|
Pained (Hangul: 통증; RR: Tong jeung; lit. "Pain") is a 2011 South Korean film directed by Kwak Kyung-taek. Kwak's first feature in three years, it is a romantic melodrama set in Seoul, which is a departure from the director's previous Busan-based masculine thrillers and gangster movies. It is adapted from an original story by popular webtoon artist Kang Full.
Debt collector Nam-soon (Kwon Sang-woo) lost his sense of pain after a traumatic accident during his youth, and now regularly takes beatings for his job. Street vendor Dong-hyun (Jung Ryeo-won) suffers from severe hemophilia, a disorder that impedes the body's ability to stop bleeding. For Dong-hyun, even the most minor of injuries could be deadly. She's left homeless after Nam-soon collects the last of her money, so he decides to take her in. As the two grow closer, Nam-soon suddenly begins to lose his lifelong insensitivity to pain and the hurt of a lifetime washes over him. Together, these two lonely souls learn to hurt and hope again...
- Kwon Sang-woo – Nam-soon
- Jung Ryeo-won – Dong-hyun
- Ma Dong-seok – Bum-no
- Jang Young-nam – Kye-jung
- Kim Hyeong-jong – jobless guy
- Keum Dong-hyun – Young-bae
- Lee Mi-do – street vendor
- Mahbub Alam – street vendor
- Song Bong-geun – bucktooth
- Oh Joo-hee – Nam-soon's aunt
- Kang Min-ah – Nam-soon's older sister
- Kwak Min-seok – newlywed husband
- Kim Yeon-ah – newlywed wife
- Kim Jin-goo – grandmother owner
- Sa-hee – actress
- Kwon Oh-jin – trader representative
- Kim Min-joon – male actor (cameo)
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- "Pain (aka Pained, 2011) Movie Review". BeyondHolywood.com. 2012-02-07. Retrieved 2012-02-15.
- "Pained (Movie - 2011)". HanCinema. Retrieved 2012-02-15.
- Lee, Claire (23 November 2012). "Movies based on webtoons flourish". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2012-11-25.
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