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Don't Worry (걱정말아요)

걱정말아요 (geok-jeong-mal-a-yo)

Directed by Kim Dae-gyeon (김대견), Kim Hyun (김현), Sin Jong-hoon-I (신종훈), So Joon-moon (소준문)

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61min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
1. First Episode: "Anxious Mind" (Director: So Joon-moon)
It's the end-of-the-year and Chun-gil goes to Jongno to relieve her lonely heart. She meets Hyeon-joon, a young boy who is mad over his girlfriend who cheated on him. Chun-gil falls for him right away but as time goes, the situation just gets more and more complicated.

2. Second Episode: "Pinky Finger" (Director: Kim Hyun)
Hyeok works at a human rights group. He is in a normal relationship in a normal life until his ex-lover Seok comes along. Hyeok finds out Seok used joining the group as an excuse to find him. Every time Seok fills in a blank of the registration form Hyeok recalls memories from the past.

3. Third Episode: "Sowongil" (Director: Sin Jong-hoon-I)
Jeom-soon (52) does two jobs to live with her son Yong-geun who just got out of the military. She works in a restaurant during the day and works at Sowongil, selling herself, at night. One day, Jeom-soon helps Eun-ji who was being abused and the two become friends.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Don't Worry"

    2017/02/11
    In the first episode of "Don't Worry" wild child Hyeon-joon (played by Lee Si-hoo), desperate to resolve a bad situation, enlists the aid of taxi driver Choon-gil (played by Jung Ji-soon) to chase down his tormentor. Alas, this was a poor move on Hyeon-joon's part, as Choon-gil is a bit of an idiot. And that includes when it comes to romance, as Choon-gil fantasizes about the young, vibrant Hyeon-joon. This gets to be especially inappropriate as Hyeon-joon grows increasingly agitated with Choon-gil throughout the night. Lucky thing they're both gay,...More

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Staff
 Min Yong-keun (민용근)
 Adaptation/Dramatization
 Kim-Jho Gwang-soo (김조광수)
 Production department
 Kim Myeong-joon (김명준)
 Lighting/cinematography department
 Kim Dae-gyeon (김대견)
 Cinematographer
 Kim Dae-gyeon (김대견)
 Lighting/cinematography department
 Kim Dae-gyeon (김대견)
 Sound department
 Kim Hyun (김현)
 Sound department
 So Joon-moon (소준문)
 Computer graphics
 So Joon-moon (소준문)
 Title/credits department
 So Joon-moon (소준문)
 Editor
 Kim Dae-gyeon (김대견)
 Editor
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61 min 
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Airing dates : 2017/01/05
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2017.01.08 : 429  admissions (total)

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