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Native Title: 방자전
Also Known As: A Story of Bangja , Bang Ja Jeon, 春香秘伝 The Servant, 情慾對決,
Screenwriter & Director: Kim Dae Woo
Genres: Historical, Comedy, Romance, Drama
Tags: Storytelling, Adapted From Folklore, Forbidden Love, Servant, Past And Present, Interview, Sexual Content, Nudity, Poor Male Lead, Rich Male Lead
This R-rated movie had been turned down by a few actresses because it contained too many sex scenes. Yeo-jeong Cho, however, took advantage of the opportunity and it turned out to be a huge stepping stone in her career.
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The Servant (2010) – Storyline/Plot:
“A Story of Bangja” is a comedy based on the popular South Korean folktale “Chung Hyang.” The movie then twists the story around to ask what would happen if Lee Myong Ryong was unattractive, while his servant Bang Ja Jeon was attractive? During Lee Myong Ryong’s courtship with Lady Chun Hyang both parties use their servants to communicate …
The handsome servant of a powerful nobleman schemes to win the heart of the geisha they both covet, but soon finds that the object of his affections may have a scheme all her own. Bang-ja works for Mong-lyong, and they both lust after Chun-hyang, who plies her trade at the a geisha house. When Bang-ja learns that his master longs to claim Chung-hyang for himself, he seeks the wisdom of a wise old relationship expert named Ma to learn that secrets of seduction. Later, using a combination of Mencius and Confucian Analects to charm Chun-hyang away from Mong-lyong, Chun-hyang becomes just another step in the cunning beauty’s clandestine plan to transcend her current social status
Review of The Servant (2010 Film):
This is an excellent Korean period piece. I am not a Korean nor do I know anything much about Korean history, but I could relate with the movie. The premise of the movie may seem a bit strange for modern viewers, but that was the sad truth: There were times in not so distant past when people were divided into strict social hierarchy; and it was a taboo to break those social norms. This movie is a simple triangular love story that forms between an aristocrat, his male servant, and an woman from aristocratic background that they both vie for. The cinematography is lush and full of colors, and the pacing of the film is slow without being boring. All three major actors played their part extremely well. Kim Ju-Hyuk as the hapless servant caught between his love and his duty towards his master is subtle and subdued in his performance. He dominates all the scenes that he is in. Yeo-Jeong Jo manages to expresses all the love, lust, and fierceness that a woman in her position can feel. And lastly Ryu Seung-bum as the vain but effeminate lord manages to catch the psychology of the character so well that I couldn’t help but sympathize with him. Despite his cruel motive to destroy the two lovers, we do understand him not to be a demon; but just a regular guy who needs a hug. Don’t be fooled by the love scenes. They are organically stitched to the overall movie, so it does not feel like it has been misplaced simply for the sake of titillation. Overall, this movie is a great viewing!!