Movie Review: My Girlfriend is an Agent (Korean)

Aired: Apr. 23’09
Cast: Kang Ji-hwan, Kim Na Neul, Elizabeth Sujin Ford

Starting off with an undercover scene, we are introduced to Ahn Su-Ji, undercover bride-to-be. Jae-Joon, her confused and distraught boyfriend can’t understand why she keeps making excuses and hiding things from him. Inevitably explaining why he decides to leave her for international business.

He calls her Su-Ji for the last time at the airport, but due to being on the job in the middle of a chase, she is unable to answer his call.


After three years, they are reunited. Su-ji is now working on a case involving the Russian mafia and biological weapons. While undercover, she poses as a janitor and happens to come across Jae-Joon.


I’ll leave it at that. People are saying that this is Korea’s version of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, and while the idea of secret agent ‘spouses’ hiding it from one another is similar, the way it is presented is different.

(No spoilers in this post, because you need to watch it!)

I recommend this movie for anyone who enjoys a little bit of action, mixed with some regular Korean romance. My rating would be 3/5. Docked off points for corniness, and lack of realism.

*Photos c/o: http://asianwiki.com/My_Girlfriend_is_an_Agent


‘Life of Pi’ Trailer: The 2001 best-seller has come to shore

Finally! A trailer for Ang Lee’s movie adaptation of “Life of Pi” has docked.

Director Lee has adapted the epic journey of a young man who lives through a disaster at sea. While adrift on a lifeboat, he forms bonds with the ship’s only other survivor, a terrifying Bengal tiger.

Starring Sharma, Tobey Maguire, Irrfan Khan, and Gerard Depardieu, the 3D adaptation is said to capture the essence of the best-selling 2001 novel.

Join Pi on his sea adventure as “Life of Pi” hits theatres November 21.

For more information, visit: www.lifeofpimovie.com