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Girl Scout (걸스카우트)

걸스카우트 (Geol-seu-ka-woo-teu)

Directed by Kim Sang-man (김상만)

Screenplay by

Action Comedy Crime Drama

100min | Release date in South Korea :


Mi-kyung drives a van for a private tutor institute. Yi-man works part time at a local supermarket. Bong-sun lives with her sick children, and Eun-ji is being chased down because of her father’s debt. Nothing can get any worse for these women and they only dream to live a simple life in the future, but one day, they get themselves into a big mess when Hyae-ran runs off with their money. Mi-kyung gathers up others to catch her and get their money back, and this is how the “Bongchon 3-dong Girl Scout” was organized. As they fall deep into a cruel underground world, the situation turns for the worse.


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  • Korean film industry at the 8th TIFFCOM

    2011/10/28, Source,
    By KOFIC Staff The Korean film industry is strongly represented at the Tokyo International Film Festival's content market TIFFCOM, which opened yesterday to run until Oct 26 in the Roppongi Hills complex. The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) has opened an umbrella stand with seven sales companies - CJ Entertainment, Showbox / Mediaplex, Finecut,M-Line Distribution, 9ers Entertainment, Lotte Entertainment, and Mirovision. "Last year, the KOFIC umbrella stand only had four companies, but this year we have a large-scale stand with seven companies. They are doing well with meetings results already on the first day. The companies were able to schedule ahead from Busan's Asian Film Market", said Jiwon CHOI, Japan & Europe Regional Manager on KOFIC's International Co-production Team,...More

    2011/10/06, Source,
    Aiming to promote and develop international co-productions, the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) is planning two upcoming KO-Production events in Tokyo and in Paris.   Ko-Production in Tokyo will be held in conjunction with TIFFCOM, the market that runs parallel to the Tokyo International Film Festival. As part of TIFFCOM's revamped Tokyo Project Gathering, which has a new focus on co-productions, KOFIC will be sending five Korea-Japan co-production projects to participate. Ko-Pro Tokyo will run Oct. 25 – 27 at the Ropponggi Hills complex with mentoring and one-on-one business meetings,...More
  • [Talk Star] Ko Joon-hee, "I am an honest woman when it comes to love" (Interview)

    2011/03/28, Source,
    Come back with movie "Drifting Away" and drama "Can You Hear my Heart". Actress Ko Joon-hee is aiming for the films and home screens at the same time.,...More
  • Soo Ae: 'I Felt Relieved After Filming Scenes Heaping Insults'

    2010/09/20, Source,
    "I had been worried about filming the scene where I had to curse and speak harsh words, but actually, I felt relieved because I could criticize Han Dong Soo, who distressed me in the movie". -Soo Ae
  • [ChanMi's star news] Han Ye-seul takes all 'New Movie Star Award' in 4 Film Festivals?

    2008/11/28, Source,
    Actress Han Ye-seul has been nomitated for 'New Movie Star Award' for her film "Miss Gold Digger" this coming 4th. She has been awarded for this film with the same award for the last 3 film festivals this year! If she is really awarded the same award for "Korean Grand Film Awards Festival" then she will be the first and only actress to receive all 4! At the "Blue Dragon Film Festiva" she said that she feels like she has received the heavens and that rather than her popularity reaching the heavens she wants her acting skills to be deeply rooted in her life.,...More
  • Korean films plunge to record low in May
    2008/06/10, Source,
    The market share of Korean movies plunged to a single digit for the first time in six and a half years, reflecting the depth of problems facing local filmmakers amid the lack of a much-needed hit.

    CJ CGV, the country's biggest multiplex operator, said in a regular monthly report that 12.82 millio,...
  • 'Girl Scout' Showcases 'Ajumma' Power

    2008/05/29, Source,
    By Lee Hyo-won
    Staff Reporter

    "Ajumma". The word can be roughly translated as "auntie", normally referring to married women or those past the rosy bloom of their youth. In certain contexts it can,...
  • Korean movies leap into box-office fray
    2008/05/29, Source,
    In late April, Iron Man arrived in the Korean cinema, smashing the box office into very profitable pieces. In mid-May, Prince Caspian took the baton and kept up the pressure on Korean competitors. Last weekend, whip-wielding Indy joined the Hollywood-only party, roped in plenty of movie tickets sale,...More
  • [MOVIE REVIEW] 'Girl Scout' short on comedy, long on realism

    2008/05/27, Source,
    Life is tough, especially money-wise, for these four women.

    Mi-kyeong (Kim Seon-ah) confronts one financial setback after another. Lee-man (N,...
  • Where are all the actresses?
    2008/04/03, Source,
    There is an untimely shortage of actresses.

    This year, the big successes have been movies about males, including "The Devil's Game", "The Chaser", and,...
  • Deluge of foreign films drowning Korean releases
    2008/03/05, Source,
    One of the intriguing (or disturbing) signs about where Korean movies are headed is the near absence of press previews this month. For instance, except for a screening of Yoo Ji-tae's short titled ",...More

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 Produced by
 Sim Bo-kyeong (심보경)
MK Picture (MK 픽쳐스)
 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Kim Jae-beom (김재범)
 Kim Sang-man (김상만)
 Park Nam-hee (박남희)
 Production department
 Park Hyeon-joon (박현준)
 Music department
 Lee Yoo-bin (이유빈)
 Scene progress
 Cha Seung-woo (차승우)
 Music department
100 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
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Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Airing dates : 2008/06/05
South Korean Box Office
Source : &
As of 2008.07.13 : 249,063 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.06 : 246,440 admissions (total)
As of 2008.06.29 : 242,541 admissions (total)
As of 2008.06.22 : 234,411 admissions (total)
As of 2008.06.15 : 219,090 admissions (total)
As of 2008.06.08 : 163,122 admissions (total)
As of 2008.06.01 : 5,781 admissions (total)

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looks like fun, hope i get to see it over here
2008-10-13 12:03:26
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