Friday, February 16, 2007


Sunflower (Hae Ba Ra Gi)

Release Date : 2006
Director: Kang Seok Beom
Writer: Kang Seok Beom

Kim Rae Won
Kim Hae Sook

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Extras - credit to PChoi @ soompi

01 main poster 1 photoshoot (10.7 MB)

02 teaser posters photoshoot (12.0 MB)

03 Miscellaneous BTS / Whole cast & crew (28.3 MB)

04 Kim Rae Won recording for OST (10.0 MB)

05 Kim Rae Won interviews + photo shoot (10.7 MB)

06 November 10-12 'hugs~hugs' publicity events / scenes + BTS (32.4 MB)

No.7 -- VIP Screening + Press Conference (Nov 13, 2006) 32.4 MB

No.8 -- Photoshoot & interview documentary (part 2 of No.5) 10.9 MB

No.9 -- Short clips of Tae Sik in the movie 41.8 MB

No.10 -- The 3 main cast interviewed with scenes from the movie 29.6 MB


Tae-sik, who cleansed up the neighborhood back alley with his bare knuckle after dropping out of high school, is released on parole. The once sacrificial sheep of Tae-sik’s frank Min-seok has become a detective and Tae-sik’s henchmen friends have turned on each other’s back. As if have forgotten the old days he shared with them, Tae-sik only does what he wishes to do, which was written down on his crumpling small scrapbook. Tae-sik finds a warm shelter in the small neighborhood food joint ‘Sunflower’, where Tae-sik handed his scrapbook to its owner before. Tae-sik tries to live a quiet new life with the lady who runs the restaurant and her daughter, Hee-ju. However, nobody believes him but the owner and her daughter of the ‘Sunflower’.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually, doesn't his mechanic boss at the garage believe in him also?? hmm... sad but touching show...

Wednesday, April 25, 2007 5:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i love the movie...made me cry...sad truth...society should be more open-minded and let people who wants to change, change...instead of pushing them back to go back to old ways, support them...

kim rae won definitely rocks!!!

Saturday, May 19, 2007 4:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

loved this movie!! i hated the begining but thats how great movies start off wth

Wednesday, January 30, 2008 11:44:00 AM  
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I'm not a very fan of asian movies, but I saw some movies that are very good specially in plots, usually japan movies and some for china, let's see what about korean movies.

Tuesday, February 08, 2011 10:13:00 AM  

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