Drama A Masterpiece in My Life Information

A Masterpiece in My Life
  • Drama Title: A Masterpiece in My Life
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 2
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    Instead of directing his soft porn movie, In-gi talks heatedly about the film scenario he is working on. He had to abandon his dreams of becoming a serious director in order to pay off his parents' debts. So to make quick money, he began to direct soft porn movies. But his dream of making a masterpiece has not died yet. He visits an old college buddy who is now a film producer. There he meets another college friend, Myung-joon, who is now a famous director. Through Myung-joon, In-gi is introduced to the love of his life, Yeo-kyung, a struggling screenwriter. From this day onward, In-gi delights in finding the things they have in common --- from their affinity to banana-flavored milk and forgotten comic book characters. In-gi is fueled by his love for Yeo-kyung to make a masterpiece. Yeo-kyung is also emboldened by In-gi's affections and decides to become a true writer. They begin to collaborate on a story about the love between a circus clown and the daughter of the circus troupe director. Their characters begin to come to life and a true masterpiece is in the making.

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