To You from Me

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To You, from Me
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Poster for To You, from Me (1994)
Korean name
너에게 나를 보낸다
Revised Romanization Neoaegae nareul bonaenda
McCune–Reischauer Nŏege na rŭl ponaenda
Directed by Jang Sun-woo [1]
Written byJang Sun-woo
Koo Sung-zoo
Produced byYoo In-taek
Starring Moon Sung-keun
Jeong Seon-kyeong
CinematographyYou Young-gil
Edited byKim Hyeon
Music byKang San-e
Distributed byAge of Planning
Release date
  • October 1, 1994 (1994-10-01)
Running time
107 minutes
CountrySouth Korea

To You, from Me (Korean : 너에게 나를 보낸다; RR : Neoege na reul bonaenda) is a 1994 South Korean film directed by Jang Sun-woo. It was the fifth-highest grossing Korean film for the period 1990–95. [2]



This erotic drama is about a writer involved in a plagiarism suit who becomes romantically involved with a woman with whom he is connected through dreams. [3]


Director's statement

"I used pornography in this film as a style of expression and as a voice of criticism against... morality, the sense of values and the common sense of disjointed modern society." [5]


  1. Infobox data from "To you from me(Neo-ege naleul bonaenda)(1994)". Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Retrieved 2008-01-14.and Neoege narul bonaenda (1994) at IMDb OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
  2. "1990-1995". . Retrieved 2008-01-14.{{cite web}}: External link in |publisher= (help)
  3. Synopsis from "To you from me(Neo-ege naleul bonaenda)(1994)". Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Retrieved 2008-01-14.
  4. Cast based on "너에게 나를 보낸다 - To you from me(Neo-ege naleul bonaenda) (1994)" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Retrieved 2008-01-14.
  5. Jang Sun-woo quoted in "To you from me(Neo-ege naleul bonaenda)(1994)". Korean Movie Database (KMDb). Retrieved 2008-01-14.


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