Movie: Daisy Hangul: 데이지 Director: Wai Keung Lau Writer: Jae-young Kwak Producer: Hoon-tak Jung, Robbert Becker, William Kong, John D. Trapman Cinematographer: Kwong Wing Chan, Shigeru Umebayashi Release Date: March 9, 2006 Runtime: 110 min Production Budget: US$ 10M Studio: IFilm Co., Ltd. Distributor: Showbox Language: Korean Country: South Korea
Set in Amsterdam, DAISY tells the story of a love triangle between a young girl and the two men in her life. Hye-young (Jeon Ji-hyun) is a painter in Amsterdam who looks after her grandfather’s antique shop during the week and earns extra money as a street painter on weekends. It’s through her painting that she meets Jeong-woo (Lee Sung-jae), an Interpol cop who is chasing a criminal, but keeps Hye-young in the dark about his real work. The other man, Park Yi (Jung Woo-sung), is a hit-man who found a soft spot for her and watches her from afar for some time. However, being shy and ever mindful of the dangers of his professional career Park Yi can only make small gestures to her while still staying in the shadows. Hye-young is dying to meet the man who leaves flowers on her doorstep every day, and built a bridge over a stream for her after she once fell in. Both men try to woo her from afar while still hiding their identities, as she remains alone but moved by these incredible gestures to her. It’s only a matter of time before the hit-man and Interpol agent cross paths and things really begin to unravel in this action-fueled romance story.