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- Movie: Sunshine Boys
- Revised romanization: 1999, Myeonhee
- Hangul: 1999, 면회
- Director: Kim Tae-Gon
- Writer: Kim Tae-Gon, Jeon Go-Woon
- Producer: Jeon Go-Woon
- Cinematographer: Moon Sang-Won
- World Premiere: October 5, 2012 (Busan International Film Festival)
- Release Date: February 21, 2013
- Runtime: 83 min.
- Genre: Drama / Indie
- Distributor: Indiestory
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki Staff ©
Sang-Won (Sim Hee-Seop), Seung-Joon (Ahn Jae-Hong) and Min-Wook (Kim Chang-Hwan) were best friends in their high school days, but one year after their graduation they have become distant. Their situations have changed as well. Sang-Won is the only one who entered college. Seung-Joon failed to get into college and is now studying again. Min-Wook is a solider.
One day, at the end of the year, Seung-Joon and Sang-Won leaves for Cheorwon, Gangwon-do to meet Min-Wook. Min-Wook joined the army because of his family situation. They finally get to the military camp, but while waiting for Min-Wook, they feel uncomfortable. Seung-Joon has a letter from Min-Wook's girlfriend Esther, who wants to break up with him. Seung-Joon and Sang-Won are unable to show Esther's letter to him and they decide to do anything for Min-Wook for their next two days. A mysterious woman appears in front of them who is 23 years old.
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