• 2011

52 %
$ 5 Million

Man-choo is a 2010 English-language Drama Romance movie written and directed by Kim Tae-yong and produced by Jo Seong-woo and Lee Ju-ik. Anna Chen's highly jealous husband discovers that Anna has rekindled a relationship with her first love. When Anna's husband confronts her about their relationship a terrible fight ensues. Anna awakens from a daze and discovers that her husband is dead. The police arrive. 7 years later, Anna learns in prison that her mother has passed away in Seattle. Prison officials grants Anna a three day furlough to attend her mother's funeral. Anna sits alone on a bus about to embark on a long trip to Seattle. A man in a hurry suddenly boards the bus right before its departure. The man doesn't have enough money to pay for the ticket so he looks over to the seated passengers. The man spots Anna and walks confidently to her. He smiles and asks to borrow $30. The man eventually gets the $30 and is able to ride the bus to Seattle. The sweet-talking man's name is Hoon. He is a Korean immigrant who works as a gigolo. Hoon is now on the run from a wealthy client's furious husband. These two mingly lost souls are about to share three memorable days together. Written by anonymous. Man-choo features Tang Wei in the lead role along with an ensemble cast including Hyun Bin, Wei Tang, James C. Burns, Jun Kim, John Wu and Danni Dandan Gadigan. The motion picture is based on Manchu by Kim Ji-heon. The music was composed by Jo Seong-woo along with Choi Yong-rak. Cinematography was done by Kim Woo-hyung and editing by Steve M. Choe and Jin Lee. The movie has a running time of 115 minutes. It was released on 17th February 2011 in English, Korean and Mandarin Chinese languages. The motion picture made a box office gross of $5 million. Distribution rights for the film were acquired by Boram Entertainment.

Release Date 17 FEB 2011
Run Time 1 HOUR 56 MINUTES

English, Korean, Mandarin


Drama , Romance

Cast & Crew

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