Hong Jae Chul, president of the Seoul-based Christian Council of Korea.
He called Dr Kim's remarks 'cursed and deplorable.'Dr Kim, a plastic surgeon at Dong-A University Hospital in the southeastern port city of Busan, specializes in fixing facial deformities.
Despite help from his friends, Eun-sik begins to doubt himself when Gi-joo, a suave prosecutor, tries to compete for Kyeong-ah's affections.
It was revealed that Kyung-ah was raped in high school, then attempted suicide.
[Kyeong-ah]'s dark past, while adding some dimension to her relationship with Eun-sik, lacks substance."'Everything Did' was written for the fly girls of the night and day, who survive having marginalized jobs like sex work and still manage to have their hair did, nails did, everything did," said CHAE over email.As Dr Kim Seok-Kwun begins surgery to create a functioning penis for a Buddhist monk who was born female, he is well aware of the unease his work creates in this deeply conservative country.with Im Chang-jung reprising his role from the original Sex Is Zero as male protagonist Eun-sik.Other actors returning from the first film were Choi Seong-gook, Shin-ee and Yoo Chae-yeong, though the female lead was played by Song Ji-hyo in place of Ha Ji-won, with Ha making only a cameo appearance in the film's opening sequence.