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Want to know how to use men to your own advantage? With just a few simple steps, you, too, can learn How to Use Guys with Secret Tips! The directorial debut of Lee Won Suk, How to Use Guys with Secret Tips is a hilarious anti-romantic comedy starring Lee Si Young (Meet the In-Laws) as a young woman who acquires a set of self-help tapes that teaches her to use the misogynistic attitudes of the men she works with to her own advantage. Oh Jung Se (Quick) goes all-out, co-starring as an arrogant soap opera star who unwittingly becomes the heroine's victim. Lee's creative directing style and twisted sense of humour has tickled audiences around the world, from the Udine Far East Film Festival (where it won the top prize) to the Shanghai International Film Festival.

Bo Na (Lee Si Young) works as an assistant director at a production company. Stuck in the same job for five years, Bo Na feels like she's hit a glass ceiling in a misogynistic society. After one disastrous shoot, Bo Na encounters a truck filled with self-help tapes. The shady owner sells her a set of tapes called "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips," promising that it will help her get somewhere in the world. By following the tips, Bo Na invents a new personality and begins using male mentality to her advantage. Soon, she sets her aims on Lee Seung Jae (Oh Jung Se), an arrogant soap opera actor who was rude to her on one production. Seung Jae soon falls for Bo Na, but is he in love with the new Bo Na or the real Bo Na?

Special Features

  • 5.1 Surround Sound
  • Anamorphic Widescreen with Removable Subtitles
studio:
Third Window Films
Run Time:
116 mins approx,
Director:
Lee Won-Suk
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Lee Si-Young

Oh Jung-Se

Kim Jung-Tae

Park Young-Gyu

Lee Won-Jong
Subtitle Languages:
English
Main Language:
Korean
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

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Arrow Video - Join the Cult!

Want to know how to use men to your own advantage? With just a few simple steps, you, too, can learn How to Use Guys with Secret Tips! The directorial debut of Lee Won Suk, How to Use Guys with Secret Tips is a hilarious anti-romantic comedy starring Lee Si Young (Meet the In-Laws) as a young woman who acquires a set of self-help tapes that teaches her to use the misogynistic attitudes of the men she works with to her own advantage. Oh Jung Se (Quick) goes all-out, co-starring as an arrogant soap opera star who unwittingly becomes the heroine's victim. Lee's creative directing style and twisted sense of humour has tickled audiences around the world, from the Udine Far East Film Festival (where it won the top prize) to the Shanghai International Film Festival.

Bo Na (Lee Si Young) works as an assistant director at a production company. Stuck in the same job for five years, Bo Na feels like she's hit a glass ceiling in a misogynistic society. After one disastrous shoot, Bo Na encounters a truck filled with self-help tapes. The shady owner sells her a set of tapes called "How to Use Guys with Secret Tips," promising that it will help her get somewhere in the world. By following the tips, Bo Na invents a new personality and begins using male mentality to her advantage. Soon, she sets her aims on Lee Seung Jae (Oh Jung Se), an arrogant soap opera actor who was rude to her on one production. Seung Jae soon falls for Bo Na, but is he in love with the new Bo Na or the real Bo Na?

Special Features

  • 5.1 Surround Sound
  • Anamorphic Widescreen with Removable Subtitles
studio:
Third Window Films
Run Time:
116 mins approx,
Director:
Lee Won-Suk
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Lee Si-Young

Oh Jung-Se

Kim Jung-Tae

Park Young-Gyu

Lee Won-Jong
Subtitle Languages:
English
Main Language:
Korean
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

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