By Danny NAM

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Drama - Completed 2013

A Spoiled Hotshot K-pop Idol Star Becomes a Mentor of the Band of the Terminally-ill.

    • Year of production
    • 2013
    • Genres
    • Drama
    • Countries
    • KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN
    • Duration
    • 100 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Danny NAM
    • Synopsis
    • A famous K-pop star, ‘Chung-Ui’ always causes trouble with his hot temper.
      At a club party, Chung-Ui gets into a scuffle with a drunk. Charged with assault, he comes to serve 300 hours of the community service in a hospital where seems weird for letting patients smoke and work at night clubs,
      and not putting a dying patients on a respirator. He finds out that the hospital is where the terminally-ill can feel homey getting ready to say goodbye to their beloved ones.
      While filling the service hours, Chung-Ui doesn’t want to stay here another minute and thinks only about getaway.
      One day, the hospital is confronted with a serious financial difficulty. A clumsy hospice band “PHOENIX” decides to take part in SUPER BAND competition in order to fund-raise for the hospital.
      But, for the competition, the band needs their own song. The band asks for Chung-Ui to write a song for them, but Chung-Ui coldly turns them down.
      Meanwhile, Chung-Ui, gets an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with a world famous US music producer and it leads him to find a way to shorten the service hours.
      Chung-Ui makes a deal with the band that he gets double service hours for songwriting and lessons.
      Finally, Chung-Ui becomes a member of the hospice “PHOENIX” band. As spending time with the band, there happens a big change in Chun-Ui himself…