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'Everybody Has a Secret' to reveal secrets

2004/07/24 | 298 views | Permalink | Source

"Secrets" are something that everyone seems to have, and it raises the question, can knowing a secret lead to happiness? Then does that mean that a greater secret is greater happiness?

Director Jang Hyeon-soo of the new South Korean film, "Everybody Has a Secret", answers yes to both questions. The Korean film, "Everybody Has a Secret", is a remake of the hit Romantic Comedy of 2002, "About Adam".

The plot tells a story of a handsome, intelligent man, Soo-hyun played by Lee Byung-hun, who thinks that love is like shopping, falls for three sisters and secretly lures all three of them into his cage.

The story opens with one of the three sisters, Mi-yeong, played by Kim Hyo-jin, a jazz vocalist and the youngest of the three sisters, who sees this man and instantly falls for him at a jazz bar where she sings. Mi-yeong tells her sister Seon-yeong (Choi Ji-woo) about him however Soo-hyun, the other sister later asks him to marry her. Unexpected twists in 'Everybody Has a Secret,' are to surprise audiences.

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