See You After School

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See You After School
Theatrical poster
Hangul 방과후 옥상
Revised Romanization Banggwahu Oksang
McCune–Reischauer Pangkwahu Oksang
Directed by Lee Seok-hoon
Produced by Choi Hee-il
Written by Lee Seok-hoon
Starring Bong Tae-gyu
Kim Tae-hyun
Jung Yoon-jo
Music by Kim Jin-han
Cinematography Choi Jin-woong
Edited by Moon In-dae
Distributed by Cinema Service
Release date
  • March 16, 2006 (2006-03-16)
Running time
103 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

See You After School (Hangul방과후 옥상; RRBanggwahu Oksang; lit, "Rooftop After School") is a 2006 South Korean comical melodrama about typical loser's zero to hero conquest.[1][2][3][4]


Goong-dahl, a typical loser billed as the "unluckiest man alive" returned to the school after one year's intense training of reject student's treatments. Now he is up to the challenge of posing himself other than a typical loser. With the leads from his another old fellow mate he started with a new face by threatening and rescuing hot girl "Min-ah" from several oldies in the school. Everything went smoothly up to the plan until one of the bully is happened to be the schools notorious thug "Jae-koo" thus receiving invitation to a grand duel on the roof top after the school.

After the light of adventure shading with the price of upcoming fierce grand duel Goong-dahl along with his ally seeks alternatives to avoid the grand duel. But adding more wood to the fire all the plans back fired and cemented his legend thanks to bolstering myths spread by famous mouth flickers in the school.

Meanwhile, unknown to "Goong-dahl" group of thugs from outside also trying to hunt him mistakenly believing he is their arch enemy Jae-koo. Nevertheless, during the intermission Goong-dahl fallen in love with Min-ah and became the resurrection dragon of loser student's union in the school.

But after all the hard work done, he is survived by only two options before the duel. Either become a predator of fellow losers or the protector of fellow losers. What will be his ultimatum? Is once a loser forever a loser?


  • Bong Tae-gyu ... Namgoong Dahl
  • Kim Tae-hyun ... Ma Yun-sung
  • Jung Yoon-jo ... Choi Min-ah
  • Ha Seok-jin ... Kang Jae-goo
  • Jo Dal-hwan ... Byung-goo
  • Park Chul-min ... homeroom teacher
  • Im Hyun-sik ... doctor
  • Chu Sang-mi ... female doctor
  • Son Byeong-wook ... Tae-son
  • Choi Eun-joo ... Mae-soon
  • Jeong Dae-hun ... student on bus
  • Lee Dal-hyeong ... Park Ki-bong
  • Noh Hyung-ok ... Hong-soo
  • Lee Je-hoon ... Ahn-kyung
  • Lee Ho-young ... Chinese teacher
  • Hong Gyung-yeon ... Dal's mother


  1. ^ Lee, Seong-wook (14 March 2006). "<말죽거리 잔혹사>의 코믹 버전? <방과후 옥상>". Cine21 (in Korean). Retrieved 23 April 2015. 
  2. ^ Kim, Tae-jong (22 March 2006). "Now, Just Where Do These Similarities End...?". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved 23 April 2015. 
  3. ^ Bertolin, Paolo (26 April 2006). "Korean Films Receive Hot Spotlight at Udine". The Korea Times via Hancinema. Retrieved 23 April 2015. 
  4. ^ Paquet, Darcy (12 May 2006). "Welcome To Dongmakgol wins Audience Award at Udine". Korean Film Biz Zone. Retrieved 23 April 2015. 

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