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“Joo Won called me up one day and asked me if I wanted to go on a romantic trip for couples for the program.” Choi Kang Hee recently joined Joo Won on “1 Night, 2 Days,” and showed off their chemistry, friendship, and ease with each other.However, when asked if she would say yes if Joo Won asked her out, she replied, “I don’t want to date Joo Won.Kang-hee Choi's Estimated Net Worth, Age, Biography, Career, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki.Scroll below to learn details information about Kang-hee Choi's Salary, Earning, Cars, and Income Reports.At least, that’s what the innocent Hwang comes to realise when he believes the girl of his dreams responsible for not one, not two, but three murders!In a way this black comedy is about the somewhat mordant education of a man who regards modern women (in a very funny opening scene) as obsessed with trivia and therefore not worthy of his love, but who then struggles with the discovery that the woman he loves is both less and more than he imagines. Young-Woo’s Hwang and Gang-Hee’s sensible Mina have instant chemistry as the would be lovers and Eun-Ji as Mina’s caustic flatmate Baek is so good she practically steals every scene she’s in.Actress Choi Kang Hee recently made a guest appearance on SBS variety talk show “Hwashin” on May 14.
All in all this is an impressive debut by its writer/director with the thematic obsessions shown here developed and expanded on to even greater effect in Jae-gon’s follow up, the superb Villain and Widow (2010).
She struggles to develop her own career and life but Gilro [played by Joo] is the only barrier on her way.
Choi has cemented her unique and solid acting career hopping between TV and films through her hits such as “My Scary Girl” (2006), “My Sweet Seoul” (SBS, 2008), “Goodbye Mom”(2009), “Petty Romance” (2010) and most recently “Protect the Boss” (SBS, 2011).
Of course he can’t and the film perfectly sums up Hwang’s predicament in voiceover; “When some people visit the place of their first kiss, they say they think of their past love,” opines our heartbroken lover, “Whenever that person’s song is heard, there are people who reminisce.
As for me, every time I see news about the discovery of a secretly buried corpse in the mountain, I think of her.” Lol, as they say.
When Mina is forced to kill her violent ex in self-defence, she has to buy a fridge to store the body in (after insisting the salesman climb in the freezer so she knows it’s big enough) and then back at her flat nonchalantly saw a finger off the corpse when her ex’s rigid digit means she can’t get the lid down.