Kim Sun FYI, an elderly woman in her sixties living in the US, receives a phone call about the sale of her old family home back in South Korea. The Kim's lived in genteel poverty at the mercy of their arrogant landlord, Vitae, son of the business partner of Sun FYI's late father.
Because of her delicate health, the beautiful yet introverted Sun FYI lives an isolated life without any friends. Even though he behaves like a wild beast, Sun FYI's kindhearted mother adopts him and names him Chul-soo, assuming he's one of more than 60,000 children orphaned in the Korean War.
She teaches him how to wait patiently before a meal, how to wear clothes, speak, write, and other human behavior so that he could one day live like a normal man. The two eventually become close; as Sun FYI opens her heart to Chul-soo, he in turn falls in love with her, the only person to ever show him affection.
Feeling threatened, Chul-soo lets lose his bestial instincts and in their fear, the town villagers turn on him. In present day, Sun FYI walks into the shed to find Chul-soo sitting there, still as young as he was 47 years ago.
Not only were these numbers remarkably high for November, considered a slow season for movie going in Korea, but it was also a rare feat for its melodrama genre. The film also has the distinction of setting a new box office record for unsung day,” the date on which high school seniors take their College Scholastic Ability Test.
On November 15, its 4.12 million admissions surpassed Architecture 101 to become the most successful Korean melodrama of all time. The film also made its premiere in the Philippines on September 18, 2013, as part of the Korean Movie Festival 2013.
Summoned by an unexpected phone call, an elderly woman visits a cottage she used to live in as a child. She begins to recall her memories of a boy she knew 60 years ago.
The young Sun and her family move to a small rural village in Korea. There, they encounter a strange ‘wolf boy hiding under a bush and take him in out of pity.
Bothered by his wild eyes and feral behavior, Sun teaches the boy to wait patiently before a meal, put on clothes, and read and write the alphabet so that he can one day live like other human beings. Slowly, the boy begins to develop feelings for Sun, the first person to ever show him affection.
Then one day an unexpected threat exposes the boy’s deadly bestial instincts, and in an instant, he becomes the subject of the villagers’ fears. Desperate to save the life of the boy who risked his own to be by her side, Sun leaves him with a promise: ‘Wait for me.
Country: South Korea Type: Movie Release Date: Oct 31, 2012 Duration: 2 hr. Watched this movie for both Park BO Young (loved her in Speedy Scandal) and of course, the ethereal Song Suing.
The story line was great albeit a little too simple, with its fair share of hilarious antics and sad moments that had me crying like a baby. If you think you are going to watch a story how a girl made a human out of a boy raised/born as a wolf, you are so far away from what you are going to see in this movie.
Synopsis / Plot Summary: An offer to buy her property brings elderly Kim Sun FYI back to the country cottage she briefly lived in during eventful times in her youth. With her granddaughter by her side, Sun FYI recalls meeting Creoles, not only a feral orphan from Korean War days, but a mute boy genetically spliced with wolf DNA by a rogue scientist, now deceased.
She effectively tames the unsocialized lad through dog obedience training, and he soon becomes more than a loyal companion, protecting her from the rude advances of her late father's business partner's né”er-do-well, spoiled, self-centered son, Vitae, who fully expects Sun FYI to marry him someday. He would claim her as his own sooner than that if not for Creoles, who transforms into an unbeatable werewolf anytime someone threatens a member of his pack, leading Vitae to work towards a permanent solution to this problem.
Actor Young-nam Gang from A Werewolf is cast as Sun FYI''s Mom.” Young-nam Gang (born November 25, 1973) in South Korea and is a known Actress.
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It is 1870, a few years after the Civil War, and these men are on the outskirts of a small town in what is reminiscent of the Arizona Territories. However, unlike most stories that people read, this one is about what makes the difference between a man, and a monster.
Him saving her granted us safe passage through that buffalo Minotaur’s tribe's land. “And you know full well that I won't eat humans,” Jack said, as he snatched some buffalo meat from the fire, put it on a plate, and started to cut it up with his knife and a fork, like a human would, instead of his claws.
“I saved his one black human friend from a lynch mob,” Jack said. “My unit was nearby, and I'd gone for a stroll when I saw them trying to hang him for kissing a plantation owner's daughter.
“Yeah,” the Southern centaur said, as he looked away from the Minotaur. At this, Le fleet stood up and started to trot away from the fire that they had been sitting around.
“I've killed plenty of people, and that's not counting innings, Mexicans, Chin amen, and those I've eaten.” “When Le fleet's father found out that niggard and him were sexual partners, he forced Le fleet to eat the poor young man, alive.
As a result, he hasn't had a good night's sleep for the last four years. With me, fifteen years ago, I slept with a young woman and got her pregnant.
Her father, a dragon, told me to either marry her, or he'd roast me. Then, seven years ago, before I got drafted into the Union Army, we had a son, who is a werewolf like me.
However, by that time, I had made a promise to Jane, my wife, with whom that I had fallen in love with by then, that I'd never eat another person, and that we were not to teach our son to eat humans or anyone else, unless he had to. However, I broke my word when I avenged her brother's death, as I had eaten that man alive.
As for me beating you, all one has to do is take out your legs and put a blade or claw to your throat, and you become as docile as a calf that is being given its mother's milk.” “After that, I made a promise to myself, that I'd never use my wolf form again, not even if it meant the difference between life or death for me.
“Then I'd use my knife, and failing that, I still have my hands and feet,” Jack said. If I'd wanted to kill you when we first met in that jail in Austin, I'd of torn your head off, and tossed it through the brick wall, instead of using my spurs to open up the lock and set us free.
But what you did was just murder, and you are lucky that you are young, and could learn, because if you'd been thirty instead of twenty, I'd of killed you myself. I knew that he was a killer underneath the badge, but you just don't kill a lawman, not even one as bad as him.
“Talk about my wife like that again Lahore,” Jack said, as he grabbed his knife, and put it at the Minotaur’s throat. “And I won't hesitate to cut a long strip of leather out of your hide and whip you with it.
I can deal with you making fun about me, and maybe even Le fleet, but when it comes to my family, you'd better talk about them with respect. Jane's father is wealthy beyond your wildest dreams.
Lahore asked, speaking carefully because of the knife. “Well over a hundred million dollars,” Jack said, as he removed the knife and sheathed it.
Now, just for you to know, he was a small dragon, maybe eight feet tall at least, and he was missing an arm and a leg due to some gang fight we'd been in when we are fifteen. As for me, I couldn't count past ten, and I could just write my name.
However, he helped me out with that, and when I met his sister, oh she was drop dead gorgeous, especially her golden hair and blue eyes. “Jane's not some placid cow who is happy to graze at any patch of grass she is lead to.
She's like a wild mustang who will buck you off every time you try to saddle her, unless you are gentle with how you do it. “Nice story,” Le fleet said, as he trotted back to them.
You have no idea how happy I was with my friend, and all the good times we had. “Even with Lahore here snoring and mooing loud enough to wake the dead, I can hear you talking to him in your sleep.
I also hear you say at times, 'No father, don't make me eat James. “Le fleet, I suggest that you and Lahore get some sleep,” Jack said.
“Even if Jane isn't in town, we still need to pick up some supplies before we get back to the Double D by the end of the week.” “Thanks Jack,” the young centaur said, as he closed his eyes.
“Well, I certainly don't want to break the rules,” Jack said, as he looked the deputy in the eyes. With that, Jack got off of his horse, and put his revolver and rifle next to a post.
“Oh, this thing,” Jack said, as he pulled the foot long blade from his sheath. “You have that right,” Jack said, as he removed the knife, which was intact, and put it back in its sheath, and took his revolver and rifle from the post and put the rifle and revolver back in their holsters.
The harpy asked, nervously, as no self-respecting werewolf would just walk around in their human form, not without a very good reason. The harpy asked, as he carefully stepped back, as it wasn't wise to anger a werewolf, even when they were in their human form.
Suddenly, Jack heard something, which caused his ear to twitch, and started to walk towards the sound, which came from an alleyway. Then, as if on cue, a Kinshasa, a tiger-like creature, came flying out of the alleyway, landing in the middle of the street.
“She's mine Dog,” the man said, as he pulled his pistol out and started firing at him. To call a werewolf a dog was the biggest insult that one could say, and one was very lucky to get away with it.
At this, Jack pulled out his pistol, and as the bullets whizzed by his head, he aimed, and fired a single shot. The Kinshasa shouted, as he clutched his arm, which had the pistol, which fell from his hand.
With that, Jack fired four shots in rapid succession, each of them hitting the pistol, and ruining it beyond use. “I have one bullet left,” Jack said, as he pointed the revolver at the man's head, and cocked the hammer back.
With that, Jack lifted his left hand, revealing a fresh scar that had healed over recently. At the sight of the scar, the man gulped nervously, and started running away from him.
The woman asked, as Jack's ears shifted back to human ones. “Because I made a promise,” Jack said, as he reloaded his pistol with fresh cartridges, and put the hammer on an empty chamber, so that he wouldn't blow his toe off by accident.
“I made a promise to him that I'd take care of her, before he died.” With that, Jack turned back to the saloon, and, putting his revolver in his holster, started to walk towards it, with a sense of purpose.
“You look ornery enough to tangle with a Qatar, that has a snapped turtle on its tail, that or Sherman's Army.” “I'll say that he looks like he's going take on the whole Sioux, Comanche, and Apache nations,” Lahore said.
At this, he put several silver coins on the counter, more than enough for several drinks. At this, Jack grabbed the man by his fur, put his knife to the man's throat, and whispered, with a growl in his voice, “Talk like that again, and I'll show you a recipe that I know, Stewed Cat and Clam Chowder, New York City-style.
“Good,” Jack said, as he sheathed his knife, and walked over to the saloon keeper, a dragon, who was playing a game of poker, with a driver, a creature that had the upper body of a human, with the lower half being that of a tarantula, and a nga, one that looked like it was of the rattlesnake variety. Also, Jack could see a young woman under the table, on with blond hair, and she had her head right between the man's legs.
Also, standing by the nga, with a collar around his neck, was a scruffy-looking werewolf child, one that looked like Jack when he was in his wolf form. However, as much as he wanted to fill all three with them full of lead, Jack knew that it would be no good if he got killed in the process, so he decided to introduce himself in a friendly manner.
The driver asked, as the dragon shuffled the deck and passed out the cards. “Currently I'm the Forman there, meaning that I do the hiring and the firing of whose working, and who is a meal for the rest.
“She came here a few years back, with a couple of kids she'd had with some worthless werewolf that had taken her as a mate, but she left the fleabag for some stupid reason, and well, it was love at first sight, for me anyways. Of course, she's playing hard to get, and won't admit that the man she left won't be coming for her, even after I got her pregnant with MY daughter, and sold that bastard's kids to my brother in-laws here.
Her eyes had a vacant look, and she was naked, with some white stuff smeared across her mouth and chin. Then, as the dragon shoved the girl back under the table, the nga grabbed the collar that was on the werewolfboy's neck, and pulled him to the other side, and had him face Jack.
Like the girl, his eyes were also vacant, and he was naked of clothing. At this, the man moved something from his abdomen, something that looked like it had the upper body of a five-year-old human girl, with the lower part of a tarantula.
However, there was no mistaking those blue eyes and blond hair, she was Jane's child. But, as Jack looked into those eyes, he saw a certain level of sadness.
“I heard that driver kids grew fast,” he said, with a fake chuckle, as the mayor put the girl back on his abdomen. Jack starts the fight to get his family back.