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16th(2014)



A Dangerous Woman

YI Okseop

  • Korea
  • 2014
  • 28min
  • DCP
  • color
  • 드라마

Synopsis
Bo-kyung is in the final year of her studies in oriental painting. Although she has a boyfriend of four years, Duk-woo, she has feelings for one particular senior. After she has been to the senior’s house, Bo-kyung repeatedly asks Duk-woo to bring an abandoned counch and a second-hand fan inside her atelier.


 

Program Note
Bo-kyung, a painter, has been dating Deok-woo. Lately, however, she begins to have a crush on a ‘senior’ from her school. On their way
 back from purchasing a used fan, Deok-woo questions her emotions and she honestly answers that she loves someone else. Bo-kyung may
 look selfish but she is always honest and transparent. Even in a moment of embarrassment, she does what she desperately wants to do.
 Unpredictable actions of the characters can be obstacles to win sympathy from the audience but such humor is what makes the film attractive. [HWANG Miyojo]

Director

  • YI OkseopYI Okseop

    Graduated from Korea National University of Arts. She made her debut in 2010 and has made short films such as RAZ on Air, A Dangerous Woman, and Girls on Top. This is her first feature film, and the 14th human rights film project supported by the National Human Rights Commission of the Republic of Korea.

Credit

  • ProducerSEO Yu-ri
  • Cast KIM Kkobbi, KOO Kyo-hwan, BEAK Soo-jung
  • Screenwriter YI Ok-seop
  • Cinematography GIM Gi-hyun
  • Art director PARK Sang-hwa
  • Editor KOO Kyo-hwan, YI Ok-seop
  • Sound GIM Ju-hyun