Saving My Hubby

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Saving My Hubby
Saving My Hubby film poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Hangul 굳세어라 금순아
Revised Romanization Gudseura Geum-suna
McCune–Reischauer Kudseŏra Kŭm-suna
Directed by Hyun Nam-seop
Produced by Seo Jun-won
Song Seung-hwan
Lee Gwang-ho
Kwon Jun-hyeong
Written by Hyun Nam-seop
Starring Bae Doona
Kim Tae-woo
Music by Angelo Lee
Cinematography Choi Young-hwan
Edited by Kyung Min-ho
Distributed by Korea Pictures
Release date
  • October 18, 2002 (2002-10-18)
Running time
91 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Budget US$1.8 million[1]
Box office US$535,850[2]

Saving My Hubby (Hangul굳세어라 금순아; RRGudseura Geum-suna; lit. "Be Brave, Geum-soon!"[3]) is a 2002 South Korean film starring Bae Doona, and is the directorial debut of Hyun Nam-seop.


Due to an unplanned pregnancy, twenty-something former volleyball star Geum-soon is now a married housewife with a young daughter. Her husband, Joo-tae, is starting the first day of his new job, when Geum-soon receives word that her in-laws are going to visit the following morning. While she struggles to get their house ready, Joo-tae is taken out for a drink with his new colleagues. Later that evening, Geum-soon gets a phone call from a nightclub owner who is holding her husband hostage, claiming that he has run up a huge bill and does not have the money to pay for it. Strapping her baby to her back, Geum-soon sets out to rescue her husband.



  1. ^ "IMDb profile". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
  2. ^ "Box office by Country: Saving My Hubby". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
  3. ^ Paquet, Darcy. "Saving My Hubby". Retrieved 2012-06-04. 

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