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2 Young (Jo sok)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:April 28, 2005
Running time:107 minutes
Cast:Jaycee Chan, Fiona Sit, Eric Tsang, Teresa Mo, Anthony Wong Chau-Sang
Director:Derek Yee Tung-Sing
Producer:Henry Fong, Jianxin Huang
Writer:Derek Yee Tung-Sing

Description: Ka Fu is born to a working-class family. He is happy since he has a very loving family. Natalie grows up in a very affluent family. Her parents want her to have the best and thus have lined up a rich education for her. However, Natalie is not happy. She finds no love from her parents and they are often away on business trips. Ka Fu and Natalie are from two different worlds. They are not related in any way, but fate throws them together. Natalie accidentally falls pregnant. Ka Fu's parents are so furious because they find their son following in their footsteps. They do not want Ka Fu to regret when he gets older. However, they are finally moved by the love of the young pair.

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