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Untold Scandal

Untold Scandal ★★ Joseon Nam nyeo Sangyeol Ji Sa 2003

The scandalous 18thcentury French novel “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” is transported to Korea during the publicly conservative (and privately wicked) Chosun dynasty. Jo Weon (Bae) is a pleasureseeking artist whose manipulative cousin, Lady Jo (Misuk Lee), wants him to seduce virginal teen Soh-ok (So-yeon Lee), who's about to become her husband's concubine. Jo Weon is more interested in the virtuous Catholic widow, Lady Jeong (Jeon), as a challenge. If you've seen any of the other film versions of the novel, you know what's coming. Korean with subtitles. 124m/C DVD . KN Bae Yongjun, Lee Misuk, Jeon Doyeon; D: Jeyong Lee; C: Kim Byeongil.

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