Friendship between Choi Gon, once a popular singer to be Singer King in 1988 but now forgotten by people, and Park Min-soo, his manager. The first film in director Lee Joon-ik’s music film trilogy. Choi Gon does nothing but reminisce his glamorous past and Min-soo finally persuades him to go to Young-wol, far from all the glory, to be a radio DJ. Touching story of their friendship. Music director Bang Jun-seok’s “Rain and You” and special appearance of No Brain stand out.
Lee Jun-ik has been working in the Korean film industry since 1987. He established his own production company, CineWorld, after directing hit comedy <Kid Cop>. He has since produced diverse and popular set of films ranging from <The Spy>, <The Anarchist> to <Let's Play Dharma>. In 2005, he made his directorial comeback with the landmark film <King and the Clown>, which became a huge success, scoring over 12 million admissions in Korea. His filmography includes <Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield> (2003), <Radio Star> (2006) and <The Happy Life> (2007).