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Two Guys (투가이즈)

투가이즈

Directed by Park Heon-soo (박헌수)

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Comedy

116min | Release date in South Korea :

Hun(CHA Tae-hyun) is a famous Casanova who works as a part-time valet parker at a bar. He suffers from a huge amount of credit card debt, since he has spent money on his girls. Meanwhile, Hun's usurer hires Joong-tae(PARK Joong-hun) to threaten Hun for getting his money back. One day, Hun and Joong-tae witness a murder scene, and they fall into the real trouble.

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 Produced by
 Kim Dong-joo (김동주)
Production
Showeast (쇼이스트)
International sales
CineClickAsia (CineClickAsia)
Staff
 Lee Jeong-hak (이정학)
 Production department
 Lee Joo-ik (이주익)
 Production department
 Hong Kyeong-pyo (홍경표)
 Cinematographer
 Kim Yong-deok (김용덕)
 Production department
Technics
116 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
Web site
www.twoguys2004.co.k...
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Release date in South Korea : 2004/07/09
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2004.07.18 : 765,408 admissions (total)
As of 2004.07.11 : 345,000 admissions (total)

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So funny and... hahaha
2007-07-29 13:56:22
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