Hot Young Bloods is a 2014 South Korean teen romantic comedy film that depicts the loves, rivalries, and friendships between four high school students in Hongseong County, South Chungcheong Province in the 1980s. Hot Young Bloods was inspired by the short film That's What I Told Her (2013, Daniels Calvin).
The movie is set in the 80's in Heongseong, Korea. The drama expresses the competition, friendship, love and secret secrets of the students studying at a high school in Heongseong. Young-Sook (Park Bo-Young) is a pretty girl but with a strong personality, she was the leader of a girls gang in high school. Although her appearance is always strong and mischievous, she has a secret crush on Joong-Gil (Lee Jong Suk). Meanwhile, Joong-Gil is a school playboy. He was trying to attract all the girls in his high school, not including Young-Sook. That's because Gwang-Sik (Kim Young-Kwang), another leader of a famous male gang of rival school, sees Young-Sook as his woman. A new girls transfer student (Lee Se-Young) from Seoul to this school. She is different from other girls and is very pretty. Joong-Gil immediately fell in love with her, while Young Sook was trying to stop his hidden mysteries when the female student just started reading her feelings. Trouble came to Joong-Gil when Gwang-Sik found out about Young-Sook's work when she started to bring offensive moves between Joong-Gil and the cute girl.
Park Bo-young as Young-sook Lee Jong-suk as Joong-gil Lee Se-young as So-hee Kim Young-kwang as Gwang-sik
Hot Young Bloods is a teenage film in the 80s and 90s because the context and costumes look so oldskool. The plot of the movie is light, cute and funny, so it is not fussy about viewers. The film is extremely suitable for entertainment on such epidemic days.