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[Videos + Photos] A Slew of New Stills and Trailers Dropped for "Beethoven Medley"

2018/08/24 | 224 views | Permalink | Source

A music video and trailer, plus new stills have been added for "Beethoven Medley".

Music Video

"Beethoven Medley" (2017)

Directed by Lim Cheol-min

With Shin Mun-sung, Go Hyun-ji, Seo Ho-chul,...

Synopsis
There is a run-down motel in an isolated area not far from the city. On the second floor, two men live on either sides of the wall from each other. Baek Do-bin (40s) is a trot composer and Bang Doo-sik (30s) is a taxi driver. They know each other, but they haven't exchanged conversations before. Bang Doo-sik has a principle of his own; one night stands! Under the pretext that he's healing himself, he has sex with two different women every week. Baek Do-bin steals their moans and writes songs. Most of these songs don't succeed but they are made into tapes for the road and Bang Doo-sik hears it in his taxi. However, the way of the world goes around and around. One day, Ophia (20s), a bar singer comes to Baek Do-bin to become a singer. Thanks to her, the two men experience a new kind of love. They communicate with words, not moans and a hit maker comes along, making it Ophia's debut song.

Release date in Korea : 2018/09/19

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