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Sang-Doo, a young single father who has resorted to the life of a gigolo to pay for his daughter's hospital bills. One day, he sees his first love, Eun-Hwan. Circumstances had parted them ten years ago and although he forgot her over time, he never stopped loving her. Even though Eun-Hwan is engaged, Sang-Doo is determined to win back her love. However, Eun-Hwan has her doubts even though she still loves Sang-Doo. She is engaged to Min-Suk and finds it hard to believe that Sang-Doo is sincere about her since he didn't profess his love for her ten years before. So, do the two ill-fated lovers reunite?

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  • ASIN: B000REIMCW
  • UPC: 078895730036
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Esmerelda on August 22, 2008
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This is captivating from the beginning---you don't have to wait thru a difficult 'set-up' period before the film takes off. Like another reviewer said, it is both comedic and poignant. In spite of Jung Ji Hoons (Bi/Rain) immense comedic talent---at one point he does Stan Laurel so well I felt he WAS Stan Laurel, and had to shake my head a little to clear that up---this story is sad and difficult, but constantly moving and interesting, with a unique and fun soundtrack.

He is a single father of a little girl who got his child by default after the mother abandoned her at birth. The child is sick and the only way he can make enough money to pay for her hospital bills is to work as a gigolo, which he finds extremely distasteful, but manages to be hilarious with his interactions with the various older women he must please. At the same time he pursues his own love interest and spends a lot of time taking care of his little girl. There are also love triangles here. It's a complex story.

The viewer decides on the ending. The two lovers get hit by a truck, and a dated letter from the little girl (who is now w/ her more mature mother) to her dad suggests that they live, move away and have a baby of their own.
Or---they die, go to their next life and have a baby of their own.
At the end, the two lovers thank the viewers (in writing) for choosing the ending where they get to live, love, and have a baby together.

I loved it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H. Lam on December 8, 2007
In the aftermath of a swindle gone bad, a gigolo (portrayed by Korean pop-star Bi) finds his high school sweetheart (played by the lovely Kong Hyo-Jin) after many years. She is now a high school mathematics teacher. The gigolo resolves to win her back, becoming a security guard at her school, and eventually enrolling in her class.

"Let's Go To School, Sang-Doo!" is playfully acted and has lots of lively, silly moments. Even the gigolo's on-the-job moments are comically absurd. But this 16-episode drama series is captivatingly poignant, too. As the lead roles interact more with each other, precious memories they share from the past come alive to simultaneously wrench and sustain them. These flashbacks, which are weaved in throughout the series, provide a romantic counterpoint to the reality of how far life and circumstances has drawn them apart.

Best for those who believe that true love may be eternal, this soap opera reminds us that when the chips are down, the silly fights and petty differences disappear; only love remains.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Neil Wilson on December 3, 2007
The story is about a young boy and girl who go to school together and eventually fall in love. The boy, Sang Doo (played by Jeong Ji-Hoon, The singer RAIN), loves Eun-Hwan so much, he would do anything for her.

Sang Doo ends up going to prison for putting a man in a coma when he tries to stop debt collectors from confiscating Eun-Hwan's family's belongings. Eun-Hwan doesn't know what happened to Sang Doo and she goes on with her life, but never forgets him.

After MANY years, Sang Doo, who is now a gigolo in order to pay hospital bills for his very sick daughter, sees his first love again...
From here, the story takes off. Eun-Hwan is now engaged but Sang Doo is determined to never let her go again.

I won't say any more about the plot, I don't want to ruin it...
RAIN does an excellent job in this drama. There were many events and feelings in the story that I could relate with, most people with children could as well. I only rated it 4 stars because I hated the ending. There were some things that happened that made me feel cheated and the closing dialog by Sang Doo's daughter Bori struck close to home with me...these didn't ruin the show, but when I watch it again, I will probably skip the last episode.
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By tigeress2010 on December 24, 2012
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rockin bitchin movie and rain was soo hot and i loved the story and ending!!! i buy it again if i could
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