Two Faces of My Girlfriend
|Two Faces of My Girlfriend|
|Directed by||Lee Seok-hoon|
|Produced by||Kim Min-gi |
|Written by||Hwang In-ho|
|Starring||Bong Tae-gyu |
|Music by||Bang Jun-seok|
|Edited by||Nam Na-yeong|
|Box office||US$4.2 million|
Naive and awkward Gu-chang is on his seventh year of college, constantly failing job interviews and living off of an allowance from his divorced sister. The almost 30-year-old virgin has never had a girlfriend, or even kissed a girl before. One day, he picks up a wallet at a dining hall and meets its owner: sweet, innocent and bashful Ani. He falls in love with her instantly and the two begin dating. But just when everything seems to be going well, he discovers another side to Ani: she becomes overly aggressive, drinks too much and cusses loudly. He learns that his girlfriend has multiple personality disorder, and that wild and violent Hani is one of her two personalities.
- Bong Tae-gyu as Gu-chang
- Jung Ryeo-won as Ani/Hani/Yu-ri
- Lee Hye-eun as Young-sun
- Shin Eun-jung as Sang-hee
- Kim In-kwon as Gu-chang's seonbae
- Jin Tae-hyun as Shi-hoo
- Kim Tae-su as Gu-chang's hubae
- Kim Gyeong-rae as Gu-chang's hubae
- Jang Ji-woong as Gu-chang's hubae
- Sa-hee as Shi-hoo's girlfriend
- Jo Dal-hwan as Bum
- Lee Su-na as Tteok ajumma
- Go Tae-ho as Dong-gu
- Im Hyung-kook as Gu-chang's senior colleague at work
- Lee Young-ah as Glamor girl
- Kim Hye-ok as Gu-chang's mother
The film was released on September 12, 2007. It attracted 762,112 admissions, earning ₩4,586,849,000 at the box office.
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