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Ing poster.jpg
Promotional poster for ...ing
Revised Romanization Aienchi
McCune–Reischauer Aienji
Directed by Lee Eon-hee
Produced by Hwang Pil-seon
Written by Kim Jin
Starring Im Soo-jung
Kim Rae-won
Lee Mi-sook
Music by Bang Jun-seok
Cinematography Kim Byeong-seo
Edited by Lee Hyeon-mi
Distributed by Tube Entertainment
Release date
  • 24 November 2003 (2003-11-24)
Running time
104 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

...ing (Hangul아이엔지) is a 2003 South Korean film starring Im Soo-jung, Kim Rae-won and Lee Mi-sook and directed by Lee Eon-hee. The title refers to the present continuous tense in English.


Min-ah (Im Soo-jung) is a young woman who has become reserved and aloof to the world as a result of her chronic illness and deformed hand, the film quietly portrays the unconventional, yet endearing relationship between Min-ah and her mother Mi-sook (Lee Mi-sook), as well as Min-ah's development as she is befriended by the high-spirited and carefree photographer Young-jae (Kim Rae-won) who moves into their apartment complex.[1]



No. Title Artist Length
1. "그녀에게" (Within Her) Whiru 4:07
2. "첫사랑" (First Love) Blue In Green 4:37
3. "그녀입니다" Lee Byung-hun (Vanilla Voy) 3:55
4. "...ing" Blue In Green 2:38
5. "Beautiful One" Junoo 4:22
6. "Tres Quarto" Blue In Green 1:42
7. "기다림" (Waiting) Yi Sung-yol 3:37
8. "구름우산" (Cloud Umbrella) Blue In Green 4:26
9. "Sunflower" Lee Ji-sun 4:04
10. "선물" (Gift) Blue In Green 3:17
11. "Bird" Blue In Green 3:27
12. "잘있어요...?" (Goodbye...?) Blue In Green 2:43
13. "버스" (Bus) Blue In Green 2:22
14. "기다림 (Piano Version)" (Waiting (Piano Version)) Kil Eun-kyung 2:10


A 2012 Chinese remake titled First Time (第一次) starred Angelababy, Mark Chao and Jiang Shan.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Korean Movie Synopsis: ...ing". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 2012-06-04. 
  2. ^ Elley, Derek (14 June 2012). "First Time". Film Business Asia. Retrieved 2012-06-04. 

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