After years of planning, she and her husband Jong Bae open an auto body repair shop, only to see everything they've worked for stripped away when a loan Jong Bae had guaranteed defaults. People just needed a moment to absorb what they had sen. Jung-Yeon Jeon Do-Yeon is married to Jong-Bae Ko Soo and they have one daughter named Hye-Rin Kang Ji-Woo. Jong-Bae learns that he is now on the hook for the loan and sky high interest charged by the loan sharks. Written by The story of a woman who transport drugs into Korea might be a turn off to you at first and you might think that she deserves all she gets, but this film is really gripping and if you have any emotions they will flow out of you through this movie, the acting is excellent by all the actors and as a personal thing I just love Ko Soo and have never seen him act badly, the performance to remember is his wife in this who really grabs at your heart even though technically she is a criminal but she pays dearly for her unwitting crime.
After getting caught at Orly, Jang was jailed near Paris for three months awaiting trial. I even got a map out later and routed the journey they took I should expect that this film would receive some Oscar nominations, maybe for cinematography, director, perhaps even best picture, but I would love to see Jim Sturgess having a nomination for his role. The audience can see just what the struggles and difficulties are. Everything changes for them, after a friend of Jong-Bae commits suicide. As their financial situation worsens, Jung-Yeon makes a phone call without her husband knowing and offers to smuggle the gemstones into Paris. Jong-Bae sign… Jung-Yeon Jeon Do-Yeon is married to Jong-Bae Ko Soo and they have one daughter named Hye-Rin Kang Ji-Woo.
Their financial situation is even more perilous as they are months behind on their rent. This is a stellar movie and surely worth a couple hours of your time. Although they don't have a lot of money, they work hard and feel content with their lives. Bravo to the cast, cinematographer, and most of all, Mr. Jung-Yeon and Jong-Bae run a small car repair shop together.
Back in Korea, her husband does his best to get through to the diplomats and secure her passage home. She leaves a note for husband and gets on an airplane to Paris. Left with no other apparent way to preserve the family, Jeong-Yeon decides to steal a piece of bread. We hear and see a great deal about the crimes of the Nazis during this period but very little about the crimes of the Soviet system. At the Paris airport, Jung-Yeon is arrested and she learns that is arrested for transporting large amounts of cocaine into the country. .
Korean Embassy Employee as Sung-Woo Bae. They now live in a small one room apartment in a shady neighborhood. Let it take its time; it is thrilling and appalling, but also beautiful. Most of the journey is filmed looking closely at the characters, but this is what is crucial to the audience enjoying the story. Everything changes for them, after a friend of Jong-Bae commits suicide.
As their financial situation worsens, Jung-Yeon makes a phone call without her husband knowing and offers to smuggle the gemstones into Paris. There was not the usual end of film scrum. Detective from Seoul Prosecutor's Office. They now live in a small one room apartment in a shady neighborhood. Jong-Bae learns that he is now on the hook for the loan and sky high interest charged by the loan sharks. The other actors within this, despite them being relatively unknown on the Hollywood stage, join the cast well, and the chemistry is there to make the journey and the true stamina of the group believable.
Way Back Home - 2013 Jung-Yeon Jeon Do-Yeon is married to Jong-Bae Ko Soo and they have one daughter named Hye-Rin Kang Ji-Woo. It is based on the true story of an ordinary Korean housewife who was imprisoned in for two years after being wrongfully accused of at a Paris airport. While the veracity of the story in the book has been questioned, that doesn't interfere with the great film-making. Ed Harris, in the role of the sole American, lends his usual gravitas. They're thrust into a rather awful situation when a good deed for a friend is swiftly unexpectedly punished.
Jong-Bae signed a loan for his friend as a guarantor prior to his friend's suicide. Although they don't have a lot of money, they work hard and feel content with their lives. Later, Jong-Bae calls his friend to take up hid offer, but he learns that the job is for only a woman. This film really had you captivated for the entire journey - and you really connect with the characters within it, so much so you experience their emotions with them - you laugh with them, you are on the verge of tears at moments, and you feel their determination. Others have commented on the quality of the acting, the accuracy of the story and the cinema-photography; I want to comment on a different aspect of the film. When she turns up looking nervous at Orly Airport in Paris with over 30 kilograms of cocaine in her luggage, it is the beginning of a globe-spanning nightmare that began with an old friend and a tempting proposition. It has some engaging characters but not brilliant dialogue or complicated characters.