At its heaviest tv-style, with very theatrical acting, twists and bend slow as
syrup, every story has a tragic end of at least one caracter, and the trivialities of a boring everydaylife is just as reckognizabel as mine the grumpy old man, and yours are or have been.
so its a pension that acts as a colloseum, the strongest will live ,on behalf of the weak. its just a tiny recommend for the heaviest lovers of south korean filmaking
Four stories take place. Choo-Ho (Jo Han-Chull) will do anything to make his wife Mi-Kyung (Park Hyo-Joo) happy. Mi-Kyung asks Choo-Ho to kill the man who led their daughter to death. A husband (Park Hyuk-Kwon) and wife (Rie Young-Zin) arrive at the pension. They hope to rekindle their listless marriage, but they soon get into an argument. The wife goes into the woods for a walk. She meets the man (Kim Tae-Hoon) who is staying next door to them. After Jae-Duk (Jo Jae-Yun) divorced, he came to the mountain to run the pension alone. One late night, Ja-Young (Shin So-Yul) arrives at the pension. She wants to stay in a specific room. Jae-Duk accommodates her request, but Ja-Young seems nervous and Jae-Duk worries about her. He visits her room and gets involved in a mysterious case. In-Ho (Lee Yi-Kyung) manages the pension instead of Jae-Duk. He wants to have a sweet night with his girlfriend, but a misunderstanding causes his girlfriend to leave the pension. A couple visits the pension. ...
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February 02, 2021 at 12:58 PM