Holiday in Seoul Trailer

Holiday in Seoul Trailer (1997)

21 March 1997 98 mins

A hotel bellboy having recently been dumped falls in love with a leg model who's a regular guest at the hotel' she and her lover meet regularly in room 901. One day, her lover gets killed in a hit-and-run accident. Also around this hotel is a telephone operator, whom wishes to waste her time. Her fixation is with a taxi ride. When she gets into a cab, she doesn't tell the driver where to go, and the driver doesn't ask. They just speed along the city at night.

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Cast

Jang Dong-gun

as Taxi Driver

Crew

Kim Ui-Seok

Director

International Releases Dates

Korea 21 March 1997

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