Plot[ edit ] Ahn Mo-rae and Han Sang-in have been friends since childhood. He didn't mind that she followed him around, calling him hyeong or Big Brother though Korean girls are supposed to call older guys oppa , and their marital relationship is an odd but appealing mix of hot sex and best buddies. The day of their wedding anniversary is pretty eventful. Mo-rae Shin Min-ah cooks breakfast, serving it on their best china, hoping to get Sang-in Kim Tae-woo into the mood for love before he goes to work. Sang-in quits his high-end stockbroker job so that he can devote himself to his lifelong dream of running a fancy restaurant.
One day Mo-rae decided to go to a museum where his husband wanted to go, since it's his husband's birthday. When they hear that the owner was coming they hid and they had sex. Yes they had sex!. Sang-in told him that he resigned to his job decided to have a restaurant, something that he dreams since then and there's a man coming from France that will help him to build his restaurant. Mo-rae confessed to her husband that she had sex with a guy that she didn't know anything about even his name or address.
Tuesday, April 14, The Naked Kitchen Movie Review K The gist about the movie, simply put is about the journey of "adultery" and how a couple comes to terms with it, esp when the man involved was a friend. It done beautifully, with the feelings meticulously portrayed and Jihoon was fantastic in his role as Doo re in this. I loved many details in this film, from the lovely artistic patterns and designs, to the set up and the directing of the whole movie. While one may easily point a finger at Mo Rae's straying feeling, yet as you move along with her, you found yourself unable to dislike her and strangely , able to comprehend her feelings. On the other hand, no longer framed in his princely character, Jihoon has broken out to show a more mature and versatle actor he is aiming to be.
I feel they both are few of those under appreciated talents in the industries right now - their capabilities are yet to be explored to their full capacity. I would also like to see Shin Min-Ah with Rain and Zo In-Sung in other projects; now that all of them have matured as actors, it may work better than it did in the past. In the movie, there is sadness, and betrayal, and longing, and insecurities - but they aren't overly dramatic at all.
Well, if your faith is so weak that you are willing to accept a God who is no better than a stage magician and charlatan and a deceiver who creates all sorts of things just to lead people astray. But scripture clearly states that the study of the creation (the discipline we call Science is to be commended and that *IT will lead to revelation of God's true Glory. Scripture also instructs NOT to get into stupid arguments based on genealogies which is what YEC is based upon.