|Cast||Soo-bin Bae Yeong-ho Kim Dong-Hwan Yun Ni-ta Ah Hyun-hee Kim|
|Runtime||South Korea:96 min|
|Plot||Hyuk and Kyung have their share of marital problems, one of them being a stagnating sex life. Kyung again rejects Hyuk's advances and Hyuk goes to bed feeling hurt and angry. The next morning, the couple discuss their problems and decide to take a romantic weekend trip to add fire to their marriage. But when Hyuk fails to perform, they are back to square one. The following Monday, Hyuk confesses his story to his colleague Woo. Woo suggests swapping partners by joining a secret club called Club Butterfly . Hyuk soon receives a mysterious email from an anonymous sender urging him to join this illicit club. Neither Hyuk nor Kyung knows what is in store for them.... see Keul-leob Beo-teo-p'eul-la-yi on IMDb|
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|"Club Butterfly," a melodrama based on realism and a sober look at today's society, won the Korean Film Commission's 1999 Screenplay Competition. Critical interest in the film was heightened by its depiction of one of society's absolute taboos, as well as the strength of its scenario, penned by director Kim Jae-soo and cinematographer Jung Kwang-seok. According to Kim, people have become confused about their sexuality due to society's close-minded views. Together with cinematographer Jung Kwang-seok he has set himself the task of capturing this contradiction.|
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