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Mai Ratima
Korean Project
Mai Ratima
YOO Ji-tae Korea
As one of Korea’s most recognizable contemporary actors, Yoo Ji-Tae has taken on various roles in many films, such as; One Fine Spring Day and Old Boy. He made his directorial debut with his first short film The Bike Boy. This actor-turned-director has written, directed, produced and acted in his own films. YOO’s filmography includes How Does the Blind Dream?, Out of My Intention and Invitation. All his films have received awards and screened at numerous international film festivals.
“They, too, have the right to be happy!” An immigrant lady from Thailand, a jobless young man created by the burgeoning capitalism, and a story of these two square pegs in Korean society.
Abandoned by the world, Soo-young (Bae Soo-bin) is penniless and has on one to depend on. One day, he saves Ratima (Park Ji-su) from danger and for the first time in his life he wants to protect someone other than himself. Ratima had joined her husband in Korea from Thailand, but she soon became a victim of domestic violence. She finds herself attracted to Soo-young’s kindness and follows him to Seoul. But the happiness doesn’t last long as Soo-young gets worn out from the harsh reality and meets a girl full of charm, Young-jin (So Yoo-jin). She makes every effort to win his heart and he starts wavering.
Busan Office 3rd Floor, BIFF HILL, Busan Cinema Center, 120, Suyeonggangbyeon-daero, Haeundae-gu, Busan 612-020, Korea Tel. 82-1688-3010 Fax. 82-51-709-2299
Seoul Office #1601, GARDEN TOWER, 84, Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-795, Korea Tel. 82-2-3675-5097 Fax. 82-2-3675-5098