Poster for S Diary
|Revised Romanization||Eseu daieori|
|Directed by||Kwon Jong-kwan|
|Produced by||Jeong Hoon-tak|
|Written by||Park Seong-gyeong |
|Music by||Choi Wan-hee|
|Cinematography||Kim Hoon-kwang |
|Edited by||Moon In-dae|
|Distributed by||CJ Entertainment|
|Box office||US$6.2 million|
S Diary (Hangul: 에스 다이어리) is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film about a woman who decides to interrogate her past lovers about why their relationships failed - then hatches a plot to take revenge on them.
On a dreary day, Jin-hee (Kim Sun-a) gets dumped by her boyfriend (Jang Hyuk) with the final note that he was only interested in making love to her but not in a lasting relationship. This triggers her curiosity about whether her past three lovers were also only after her sexual favors. She checks back on her previous boyfriends - Ku-hyeon (Lee Hyun-woo), an advocate of strong religious beliefs, macho college lover Jeong-seok (Kim Su-ro) and inexperienced Yoo-in (Gong Yoo) who makes a living as wandering artist. Will Jin-hee's emotional journey be rewarded with sincere answers from her old admirers?
- Edwards, Russell (2 November 2004). "Review: S Diary". Variety. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
- Official website (in Korean)
- S Diary at SidusHQ (in Korean)
- S Diary at the Korean Movie Database
- S Diary on IMDb
- S Diary at HanCinema
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