SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
“Satisfaction available to be purchased” is a Korean comic drama which denote the presentation of essayist/chief Jung Ik Hwan, who already took a shot at any semblance of “In Love and the War” and “Lifting King Kong”. The film includes a fascinating pair of leads in well known on-screen character Choi Kang Hee (as of late in the fantastic “Trivial Romance”) as an awful tempered and impolite lady compelled to go to her residential community home to care for her dad’s shop, and performing artist Bong Tae Gyu (“Two Faces of My Girlfriend”) as an old companion who tries to help her see the blunder of her ways. Loaded with charming children, delicate giggles and life lessons, the film is a cordial and nostalgic issue, while in the meantime attempting to offer a feeling of honest to goodness character improvement.
The film opens with Choi Kang Hee as Mi Na, an expense gatherer working in Seoul having an awful day without a doubt, running into inconvenience at work, discovering that her beau is undermining her, and slamming her auto. After a telephone call educates her that her dad is in doctor’s facility back in her residential community youth home Muju, she reluctantly consents to come back to deal with the family stationary shop. Edgy to offer the shop and escape from the site of innumerable awful recollections, she quickly starts making life hopeless for the nearby youngsters who come calling. Be that as it may, after old companion Kang Ho (Bong Tae Gyu) shows up as an educator at the close-by school, she begins to re-assess her needs and her associations with everyone around her.
Kang-hee Choi and Tae-gyu Bong in Happiness available to be purchased (2013) Movie Image
“Joy available to be purchased” is unmistakably just the same old thing new or even remotely unique, unambitiously going for the constantly well known rose-tinted contemplation and with a plot whose consummation is signposted from the primary edge. Gratefully, there’s somewhat more to it than this, and however wistfulness is particularly the request of the day, Jung Ik Hwan attempts to tissue out the character of Mi Na and to put her at the focal point of the film. Rather than a basic awful enormous city, legit and kind-hearted residential community subject, the script from at an opportune time obviously puts every last bit of her issues at her own entryway, depicting her as a depressed lady with different individual issues and who is inclined to terrible choices. While Muju is delineated as the normal calm and simple appearing environment, Jung shrewdly blends some intensity in with the sweet, including terrible recollections and additionally great.
Additionally, however a great deal of the film’s concentration is on the youths who stay nearby the shop, keeping in mind there’s a lot of cutesy conduct and sappiness, there’s in the meantime a satisfying acknowledgment of the brutality of youngsters and the way that for some individuals, school is an extreme and a long way from simple ride. Both Mi Na and Kang Ho are outsider and maverick figures, and the film much of the time plays upon this to great impact, connecting their encounters to a couple of lamentable youngsters in the present experiencing similar trials. This gives a strong goad to her character advancement, and the film works shockingly well as an individual voyage sort story, the viewer coming to watch over Mi Na and what happens to her, regardless of the possibility that her inevitable purge is never in any uncertainty. Fittingly, the conceivable sentiment and emotions between the two leads is never pushed too hard, and it seemingly gets more mileage from what isn’t said than any of the standard sudden love statements, Choi Kang Hee and Bong Tae Gyu both on great frame and getting a charge out of an unforced and credible science.
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Focuses are additionally won for Jung’s laid back however outwardly engaging course, and however there’s nothing awfully exceptional or extraordinary about it, “Bliss available to be purchased” is a film which for the most part gets everything right and prevails with regards to hitting its humble targets. Definitely exaggerated, however in the meantime extremely agreeable, it ought to make for charming survey for fanatics of this sort of film and has enough broad allure to conceivably interest a more extensive gathering of people – all things considered, it’s really difficult to envision anybody hating a film which has a key subplot rotating around an antiquated Street Fighter 2 arcade machine.