Monster - Korean Movie
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- Movie: Monster
- Revised romanization: Monster
- Hangul: 몬스터
- Director: Hwang In-Ho
- Producer: Kim Min-Kyoung, Ahn Sang-Hoon
- Cinematographer: Jung Yong-Gyeon, Kim Ki-Tae
- Release Date: March 13, 2014
- Runtime: 114 min.
- Genre: Thriler
- Distributor: Lotte Entertainment
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Bok-Soon (Kim Go-Eun) lives with her younger sibling. She runs a street stand. Bok-Soon is slow, but when people angers her she goes crazy. That's why she is known as the "crazy woman".
One day, cold-blooded killer Tae-Soo (Lee Min-Ki) appears in front of her. To hide his secret, he kills Bok-Soon's younger sibling. Bok-Soon then goes after Tae-Soo for revenge, but Tae-Soo goes after Bok-Soon.
- Filming began May 5, 2013 in a village in Chuncheon, South Korea. The first scene filmed involved Bok-Soon (Kim Go-Eun) deciding to take revenge and leave her house. Tae-Soo (Lee Min-Ki) arrives to an empty house.
- Filming ended July 31, 2013.
|Lee Min-Ki||Kim Go-Eun||Kim Roe-Ha||Kim Bu-Seon|
Additional Cast Members:
- Ahn Seo-Hyun - Na-Ri
- Kim Bo-Ra - Eun-Jung
- Nam Kyoung-Eub - Boss Jeon
- Han Da-Eun - Yeon-Hee
- Park Byung-Eun - Kwang-Soo
- Bae Sung-Woo - Sung-Moon
- Kim Gyung-Ae - Bok-Soon's grandmother
- Heo Joon-Seok - demolishing team leader
- Yoo Jae-Myung - police constable
- Yoo Jae-Myung - country police corporal
- Lee Do-Yeon - flour based food restaurant woman
- Yoon Jin-Ha - #1 in trio of big men
- Yoon Young-Kyun - #3 in trio of big men
- Park Chul-Min - Boss Park (cameo)