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- Movie: Holiday in Seoul
- Hangul: 홀리데이 인 서울
- Director: Kim Ui-Seok
- Writer: Oh Si-Wuk
- Producer: Kim Mi-Hee
- Cinematographer Choi Jung-Woo
- Assistant Director: Kim Se-Kyum
- Release Date: March 22, 1997
- Runtime: 85 Min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
He is a bellboy at the hotel, 'Holiday in Seoul.' Having been dumped recently, he falls in love with a leg model with sensual legs, a regular at the hotel. Looking at her legs, he can predict everything about her, from her personality, hobbies, favorite foods, to even her style of making love. Sometimes, she orders breakfast by room service. Her morning face is pure and fresh. Sometimes, she has him fix her shoes and if he is lucky, he sees her in the elevator.
Her profession is a leg model.
She and her lover meet regularly in the hotel room, 901. There is no need for much talk with him. It is because his warmth lets her rest when she is tired. One day, her lover is in a hit-and-run accident and is killed. The bellboy also finds this out by reading a newspaper. Now when he thinks he will never see her again, she reappears. With a mysterious smile, she reserves room 901, just like before…
She is a hotel telephone operator who wishes to quickly use up her life.
To her, the telephone is an important means of communication.
He is a cabbie who rides a Harley Davidson.
Suffering from insomnia, he aimlessly races along the city night. When she gets in his cab, she does not tell him where to go. He does not ask, either. They just speed along.
The man she loves is a telephone wholesaler.
A married man, he avoids secret meetings with her. However, she needs him. There is something fatherly about him. The cabbie silently loves her. She gives the cabbie the cell phone she treasures and then disappears. "Keep it, I'll call you." Now the cabbie waits for her as he speeds along the city.
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