Min-soo (KIM), a gay man, and Hyo-jin (RYOO), a lesbian, both decided to get married. Not to their respective partners... but to each other. Their devious plan works perfectly. While secretl... More
Gay Director to Announce Wedding Plans 2013/05/14, Source,
Director Kim Jho Kwang-soo, who came out in 2006, will tie the knot with his boyfriend, who is 19 years his junior. Rainbow Factory, his production company, said Monday that Kim will reveal his wedding plans at a press conference at a theater in Sadang-dong, Seoul, on Wednesday. Kim's boyfriend, a co-president of the company, is due to make his first public appearance at the conference,...More
[HanCinema's Film Review] "Two Weddings and a Funeral" 2013/02/09,
Min-Soo (played by Kim Dong-yoon-I) is a shy gay man who's very self-conscious of the way the world views him. Hyo-Jin (played by Ryoo Hyeon-kyeong) is a woman who's worried about appearances more for the sake of social permissions- it's easier to process an adoption as a married couple than as a lesbian even in the context of a long-term relationship. Min-Soo and Hyo-Jin get married, as it serves both their purposes, and from their the story follows their daily gay life,...More
Director set to marry his boyfriend 2012/10/18, Source, Kim Jho Kwang-soo, the director of "Two Weddings and a Funeral" and "Love, 100 Degrees", is rumored to be planning an unofficial wedding ceremony next year. A source from his production company told News N on Wednesday that Kim will marry his boyfriend, who is 19 years his junior, sometime next year. They have dated for eight years. "The date hasn't been set yet", said the source, who singled out parents' discord as the reason for the delayed event,...More
Min-soo (KIM), a gay man, and Hyo-jin (RYOO), a lesbian, both decided to get married. Not to their respective partners... but to each other. Their devious plan works perfectly. While secretly living with their partners, who move in next door, they appear to the outside world as a “normal” couple. They enjoy all the benefits afforded to heterosexual couples and also are able to ward off the curiosity of parents and any others who might disapprove of their lifestyle. However, Min-soo’s intrusive and incredulous parents begin to get a bit too involved with his life, threatening his scheme.
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