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Father And Son : The Story Of Mencius (맹부삼천지교)

맹부삼천지교 (Meng-boo-sam-cheon-ji-gyo)

Directed by Kim Jin-yeong-I (김진영)

Screenplay by ,

Comedy

117min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
Maeng Sa-seong excelled at his old school. However, at a new school located in an affluent neighborhood, the situation completely changes, and students make fun of him for being from a not-so-rich family. On the other hand, Hyeon-jeong living next door to him is the best high school student in the country and never feels timid with anyone. Maeng Sa-seong is a daddy’s boy, for his father is so dedicated to him, while Hyeon-jeong is bright and always confident, growing up without her father. Will Mr. Maeng succeed in forcing Kang-doo, a redneck rogue, to move out?

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Father and Son: The Story of Mencius" + DVD Giveaway

    2016/12/31
    In the cutthroat world of South Korean education, success goes to those who can score an apartment in a gentrified area with good schools. So it is with fishmonger Man-soo (played by Cho Jae-hyun), who following the story of Mencius, drags his son Sa-seong (played by Lee In-I) to Seoul in the hopes of getting him a better education. Alas, Sa-seong would rather just sing songs and hang out with local bad girl Hyeon-jeong (played by So Yi-hyun), whose own father figure Kang-doo (played by Son Chang-min) brought her to Seoul with the same gambit in mind,...More

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 Produced by
 Kim Sung-jin (김성진)
 Lee Seo-yeol (이서열)
Staff
 Lee Seo-yeol (이서열)
 Production department
 Seo Dong-sung (서동성)
 Directing department
 Kim Joon-seok (김준석)
 Score composer
 Jeong Jeong-hwa (정정화)
 Editing department
 Ko Im-pyo (고임표)
 Editor
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Airing dates : 2004/03/26

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