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Love Phobia (도마뱀)

도마뱀 (Do-ma-baem)

Directed by Kang Ji-eun (강지은)

Screenplay by

Romantic comedy Melodrama Romance

117min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis

On a sunny day, a boy named Jo-kang meets Ari, a girl in a yellow raincoat, and they become friends. Jo-kang falls helplessly in love with the quirky but attractive Ari, but one day, she suddenly disappears. Ten years pass and Jo-kang, now a high school student, gets a call from Ari and meets her again in a temple. Although they have not seen each other for ten years, they have such a great time together. Then, Ari disappears again. Jo-kang is devastated. Why has she disappeared again? What will become of them?

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Distribution
Cinema Service (시네마서비스)
International sales
CJ Entertainment (CJ Entertainment)
Staff
 Lee Joon-ik (이준익)
 Production department
 Jang Yoon-hyeon (장윤현)
 Production department
 Baek Sang-yeol (백상열)
 Adaptation/Dramatization
 Ko Im-pyo (고임표)
 Editor
 Lim Seon-ae-I (임선애)
 Storyboard
Technics
117 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
Web site
www.domabam2006.com...
Videos
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Interview
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Release date in South Korea : 2006/04/27
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2006.05.07 : 340,055 admissions (total)
As of 2006.04.30 : 213,019 admissions (total)

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See, this is how you do it ! Hollywood take notes and learn.
2007-04-11 16:31:35
2006-12-28 09:45:35
Love's it .. the story was great!~
coz they're real couple so we can feel the deep feeling by "jo-kang to ari"
2006-12-12 01:35:42
2006-10-10 03:34:27
this movie made me cry...nice movie(^_^)
man, this is one touching movie.. being as hardy as i am, i was very close to shedding a tear at the end of this movie..
2006-09-03 12:09:07
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