Top 10 Kim Ha Neul Movies | 10 김하늘 영화

 Kim Ha Neul has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Kim Ha Neul movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Kim Ha Neul films to end the squabble once and for all.

Too Beautiful to Lie

 After watching My Tutor Friend and Don't Believe Her, I am convinced that Ha-Neul is a great actress for mild sassy / girl-next-door roles. I enjoyed her expressions in this movie where she had to lie her way out of tight situations. Her facial expressions and acting within the confines of the situations provided is pretty much the whole movie. She is sassy, mean, but also classy and very cute. Most of the scenes took place in a small town and there are many jokes worth laughing.  If you are looking for a night of laughs with your family go check this out.


My Tutor Friend

  A man from a wealthy family who should be in his second year of college, is still finishing his high school requirements. His family hire a tutor for him who is his own age but she comes from a poor background. This movie has some good fight scenes, great visual humor and a lot of spunk, thanks to the good chemistry between Kim Ha Nuel and Kwon Sang Woo, that bring a lot of energy to the story.


 Min Soo is a young police academy cadet, raised in an orphanage. After she gets involved in a horrible car accident, where one of her orphaned companions dies, she loses her sight and continues to soldier on in life all alone. The police academy days are over, while this beautiful girl is left by herself to fight blindness in a world of little compassion. The sense of guilt for her brother's death in the accident eats her up inside. Little does Min Soo know how she would soon become an unwilling witness and a key player in a hunt for a vicious serial killer, with her life and those around her on the line.


Dead Friend

 The teenager Min Ji-won is suffering from amnesia and being haunted by weird visions. When she meets her former high school friend Oh Yu-jeong, she receives a picture of her high school group of friends: Kim Eun-seo, who had recently died; Shin Mi-kyeong, who is in the hospital and Eun-jeong. Ji-won questions who took the picture, and when she visits her former friends, she recalls Han Su-in, a girl that was badly treated and humiliated by their group, disclosing her past and the fate of Su-in and finding a scary hidden truth.


 This film had a beautiful beginning and ending to it. The storyline had an intriguing plot to it: A girl called So-Eun in 1979 gets a radio and a guy called In Ji from 20 years later contacts her. They get to know each other by talking on the radio and arrange to meet at the clock tower, which they find to be impossible. The film has some beautiful scenery in the beginning and end as well. So-Eun's hospitalized friend was cute and funny and they were friends until So-Eun found out what lay ahead. The story itself was cute, sad, and humorous, mostly sad and beautiful I'd say.

My Girlfriend Is an Agent

 My Girlfriend Is An Agent is Korean version of the Mr And Mrs Smith,the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie-starrer wherein the two American lead stars mentioned got together in a controversial relationship. This action-packed romantic comedy pits two former lovers now both working a secret mission to infiltrate the Russian mob. As old sparks get out of control on the battlefield, so does the complications of their mission! 

You're My Pet

 On a rainy night, Eun-Yi walks home and finds a large blue box on front of her home. When she looks inside of the box she's shocked again to see the named In-Ho, sitting in the box. Ji-Eun brings sopping wet In-Ho into her apartment, while she tries to contact her younger brother. Her younger brother doesn't answer her calls. Oddly enough, In-Ho reminds Eun-Yi of her former pet dog Momo. Eun-Yi then comes up with an arrangement. She will let In-Ho stay at her apartment if he will become her pet dog named Momo.

Lovers of Six Years

 LOVERS OF 6 YEARS shows the real kind of love that countless relationship guides, romance novels and films have come to neglect: the love that real people face in real life. This is what sets this film apart from its predecessors. By showing the honest truth about the kind of regular, almost mundane love that real people experience, it allows for the audience to truly relate to its characters and the everyday dating problems they face. 

Almost Love

 Ji-hwan is a taekwondo student with a part time job as a stunt man, who dreams of becoming Korea's answer to Jackie Chan. Dal-rae is a drama student and aspiring actress, but tends to fail auditions because of her timid personality. This film starts out as a total slapstick and ends on a much more serious note. It seems the director was having a bet each way and trying to cater to everyone. It's a pity he didn't choose one or the other path to follow through, rather than trying to walk two paths simultaneously.

Don't Forget Me

 A mysterious woman named Jin-Young enters the life of Seok-Won, a lawyer who has lost his memory. As their relationship develops, secrets embedded in his memories slowly surface. Without knowing about his past, he falls in love with Jin-Young. And then his lost memory from the past 10 years begins to slowly come back.

(Source: MyDramaList, Wikipedia)

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