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Having just graduated high school, best friends Cha Chi Ho (Kim Woo Bin), Kang Dong Woo (Lee Junho) and Kim Gyung Jae (Kang Ha Neul) now find themselves a trio of twenty-year-olds standing on the brink of greatness. With an entirely new world opening up to them and so many new roads before them, they each have to stop and ponder what it is, exactly, that they most want to do with their lives.  With no real desire to do much of anything, Chi Ho is perfectly content to spend his days as an unemployed player whose entire purpose in life is to do absolutely nothing other than date gorgeous women. Kyung Jae, on the other hand, is an uptight university-bound goody-two-shoes whose one goal in life is to someday land a position at a large corporation. Meanwhile, the happy-go-lucky Dong Woo dreams of becoming a successful cartoonist. Though each young man seems well on his way to making his dreams come true, they’re each met with an unexpected set of obstacles that causes them to stop and consider the fact that being an adult is actually harder than it looks. Despite their various personal set-backs, Chi Ho, Dong Woo, and Gyung Jae agree that at twenty-years-old, the world is their oyster and each of them is more than willing to reach out and take it. Will their various misadventures ultimately bring them the life-long happiness they seek? Following the hilarious antics of three very unique friends, “Twenty” is a 2015 comedy film directed by Lee Byeong Heon.