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My Sassy Girl poster

My Sassy Girl

My Sassy Girl (Ã?‰â?¬â?Ã?½Ã?ªÃ?¸Ã?°Ã?¬ �Ã?¬ï¿½Ã?¸ Ã?ªÃ?·Ã?¸Ã?«ââ?¬Â¦Ã¢â??¬; literally, That Bizarre Girl) is a 2001 South Korean romantic comedy film. It is partially based on the true story told in a series of love letters written by Kim Ho-sik, a man who posted them online.[citation needed] The film is directed by Kwak Jae-yong. The film was extremely successful in South Korea. When My Sassy Girl was released throughout East Asia, it became a mega blockbuster hit in the entire region, from Japan, China, Taiwan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia, to the point where it was drawing comparisons to Titanic. Through positive word-of-mouth, the movie eventually became one of the most popular South Korean films among Asian Americans in the United States. An American remake, starring Jesse Bradford and Elisha Cuthbert, and directed by Yann Samuell is scheduled to be released in 2007 [1]. The film tells the story of a male college student, Gyeon-woo (Cha Tae-Hyun) and the Girl (Jun Ji-hyun) whose name is never...This information was automatically generated from Freebase article My Sassy Girl. You should replace/update it...