Monday, September 26, 2005

~Daddy Long Legs~

Daddy-Long-Legs is a movies tittled that borrowed from the famous novel by Jean Webster, famous Korean star Ha Ji-won portrays the naïve but good-hearted high school girl Cha Young-mi. Left to her own devices after the tragic loss of her parents, Young-mi is determined to overcome whatever hardships the future may bring in order to complete her education. Through the help of an invisible benefactor who pays for her tuition fees and other necessary expenses, Young-mi is able to finish her studies and is offered her dream job as program writer for a radio station. It is there that she meets and falls in love with her colleague Kim Joon-hoo (Yeon Jeong-hoon). After Young-mi discovers a desperate message left behind by the former owner of her computer she decides to do something to help this heartbroken person …

Ha Ji-won has appeared in such popular movies as Love So Divine, in which she plays a wild girl that falls in love with a soon-to-be priest or My Love Ssagajy : 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant for which she slips into the role of a cheeky high school girl. Another of her well remembered roles is that of Damo in the same titled TV series about a justice seeking female warrior. Besides Ha Ji-won and promising newcomer Yeon Jeong-hoon, Daddy-Long-Legs also stars Jeong Joon-ha and Shim-I in supporting roles. Offering you some moving memorable performances as well as an enchanting original soundtrack to match, director Gong Jung-sik sends viewers a good-feeling modern fairy tale for all ages and genders.

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"I won't say this is the best movies if i'm looking for a typical love story that would make me feel happy and smile all the time...but the thing is i'm not looking for a typical love story...i'm looking for a different type of story which can show me the different things and different feelings...come on... life is not that perfect that everytime or everyone will feel happy and sad...

Well I think this movies is not bad coz the messages is there...."

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