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- Movie: Hoya (English title) / Eighteen, Nineteen (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Yeolyeodeolb, Yeolahob
- Hangul: 열여덟,열아홉
- Director: Bae Kwang-Soo
- Writer: Choi Hee-Dae, Bae Kwang-Soo
- Producer: Lee Jung-Eun, Jang So-Jung
- Cinematographer: Sung Seung-Taek
- Release Date: March 1, 2012
- Runtime: 105 min.
- Genre: Romance
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
"Eighteen, Nineteen" depicts a youth scandal involving fraternal twins Ho-Ya and Seo-Ya. They experience their last winter before they become adults ...
During the summer when Seo-Ya turns 18, she confesses her feelings to Ho-Ya. Her fraternal twin brother, already timid in nature, becomes embarrassed and starts to date Do-Mi (Uhm Hyun Kyung). In response, Seo-Ya begins seeing an upperclassman at there school named Il-Gang (Kim Jung-Hun). Il-Gang is a member of the school's boxing club and popular with the female students. Now, conflicts arise for Ho-Ya, Do-Mi, Seo-Ya and Il-Gang due to their relationships. Soon, Seo-Ya sinks into despair due to Il-Gang. Her twin brother, Ho-Ya then seeks to get revenge. Ho-Ya takes up boxing lessons with a tough female coach named Gi-Ji (Lee Young-Jin). Finally, Ho-Ya faces Il-Gang during an amateur tournament.
- Filming took place September 23 to December 31, 2009.
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