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No Regret (후회하지 않아)

후회하지 않아 (Hoo-hoi-ha-ji Hanh-a)

Directed by Lee Song-hee-il (이송희일)

Screenplay by

Drama Melodrama

114min | Release date in South Korea :


Leaving the country orphanage where he grew up, Su-min comes to Seoul to study design. However, after several tough jobs, he unexpectedly ends up working as a prostitute in a gay bar. There he meets Jae-min. Su-min refuses Jae-min who’s been trying everything he could to win Su-min’s heart. Jae-min is from a rich and conservative family that doesn’t accept his sexual identity. Can this relationship between two men with different backgrounds have a future? After experiencing a brief happiness as passionate lovers, Su-min and Jae-min fall into tragic situations


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 Produced by
 Kim-Jho Gwang-soo (김조광수)
CJ Entertainment (CJ엔터테인먼트)
 Lee Byung-hoon (이병훈)
 Score composer
 Lee Song-hee-il (이송희일)
 Yoon Eun-kyung (윤은경)
 Assistant director
 So Joon-moon (소준문)
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Airing dates : 2006/11/16

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No Regret by Dai-feng

rist of all, I really want to say the movie was AWSOME!!! Its expresses the love, desire, and relationship between people who come from totally different background. On top of all that "homosexuality" is taboo so to have a movie that is gay theme is even more crave. Its just make the movie more desirable. The story is great, the actor is so cute, and (of course) the sex scene is sooo graphic. You really don't have to guess what is going on.
Love it. ***watch it like 5 time****

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I don't remember some of the pictures that are on this site.... did i miss something? haha. GREAT MOVIE... (except for the ending)!
2008-09-13 19:47:44
2008-05-09 20:01:19
good movie, weird ending
This is such a great movie! It is being released in over here (Canada) during Summer 2008. I hope it will do well over here. This film changed my life.
2007-11-28 18:43:59
2007-11-20 08:03:13
i just saw this movie.. like it sosos much !!! any 1 know where can find this kind of movie more ??
LOVED this movie! Love Lee Young Hoon too!!! XD HES SO HOT!
2007-11-02 01:59:50
2007-10-29 02:02:43
Msg me and i'll let u know where to watch this movie, but theres no point in watching it online becuase u will and i guarantee u will want this movie as a collection!! =] this is a really great movie. its been on my mind for about a week now ever sin
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I'm a little bit confused... 2007-11-28

One night, about two months ago, I decided to watch this movie. I was fortunte enough to have found it easily. At any rate, I can honestly say that very few movies have made such an impression on me. I made it a point to watch other gay themed asian films (Happy Together, The King and the Clown, and Lan Yu) and quickly realized just how mature these gay asian films really are. I live in Canada (very liberal and open-minded people, and one of the exclusive countries where gay marriage is fully legal), and yet even here we made such a big deal about Brokeback Mountain (a crappy, cliched movie in my opinion). Are asians open about homosexuality? What is the deal there? I was told that it's something that is not really discussed - and yet, such movies come out of there... It seems a bit contradictory. Any insight, anyone?

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