The First Amendment of Korea 2003
The First Amendment of Korea 2003: Firstly, About Koh Eun-bi, a prostitute who wants to be a congresswoman in a South Korea Election. Then, Will she as a prostitute can succeed?
Eun-bi, an orphaned girl who works as a prostitute, is moved to action when her prostitute friend is brutally gang raped and the police do nothing because her friend was a prostitute. However, Deciding to run for Korea’s parliament, she runs into mob coercion and deception along with way. This movie is a funny but insightful satire of the corruption of Korean elections.
Secondly, a power struggle between the ruling party and the opposing party!!! Unlikely,Opposing party senator gets killed in a conspiracy whereby the senate gets divided in half with the two parties occupying 136 seats each. On the other hand, the senate is divided in half, and the nation’s focus turns to the city of Surak, where the by-election will take place. Then, the two parties go out of their way to win the race in Surak, trying to become the senate’s majority party.
Thirdly, what was expected to be a close race between the ruling and opposing parties the turns into an unpredictable race as one of Surak’s prostitutes joins the race. So, the two parties begin to feel threatened as the unexpected prostitute candidate slowly begins to eat up popularity and support of Surak’s people. Thus, the ruling and opposing parties goes all out to build conspiracies and strategies to win the race.
Lastly, Will she be able to win a senate badge through all these troubles? Finally,…
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Revised Romanization: Daehanminguk heonbeob je 1jo
Hangul: 대한민국 헌법 제1조
Director: Song Kyeong-Shik
Writer: Choi Jong-Tae, Kim Jin-Su, Park Yeon-Sun, Ji Sang-Hak, Choi Won
Producer: Kim Hyung-Joon, Choi Jong-Tae, Lee Jang-Ho
Cinematographer: Lee Dong-Sam
Release Date in South Korea: March 14, 2003
Runtime : 108 min.
Production Company: Hanmaek Movies
Distributor: Cinema Service
Country: South Korea
Ye Ji-Won – Ko Eun-bi
Lim Sung-Min – Kang Se-yeong
Lee Moon-Sik – Baek Sung-ki
Jin Nam – General
Choi Eun-Joo – Aeng-doo
Kim Yong-geon – Oh Man-bong
Lee Tae-Rim – Ma Doo-Sung
Thus, The First Amendment of Korea 2003 is the best movies we should watch at free time with friends or family and lovers.