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  1. Apr 15, 2020 · The Kim family — who eke out a meager existence while living in a small semi-basement apartment — are parasites. Noble father Ki-taek, charmer son Ki-jung, wily Chung-sook the mother, and Ki ...

  2. Parasite ( Korean : 기생충; Hanja : 寄生蟲; RR : Gisaengchung) is a 2019 South Korean black comedy thriller film directed by Bong Joon-ho, who co-wrote the screenplay with Han Jin-won. The film, starring Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-shik, Park So-dam, Jang Hye-jin, and Lee Jung-eun, follows a poor family who scheme ...

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  3. Apr 20, 2020 · Parasite movie synopsis • street-cleaning pesticides. Ki-woo, the son, is gifted a scholar’s stone or suseok by a friend and given a recommendation for a tutoring job with a wealthy family. Ki-woo and his sister Ki-jung forge credentials for the job, and thus begins the long-con that sees each member of the Kim family infiltrating the upper ...

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  5. Sep 19, 2020 · In Parasite (2019), the decorative rock given to the Kim family by Min is described in the English subtitles as a “scholar’s rock,” and that it was said to “bring material wealth to families.” Indeed, shortly after the Kim family got the rock, they got material wealth from their new jobs. What happened to Mr Park in parasite?

    • 10 Min-hyuk, Ki-Woo's Friend
    • 9 Yeon-Gyo, Mother of The Park Family
    • 8 Dong-Ik, Father of The Park Family
    • 7 Geun-Sae, Moon-Gwang's Husband
    • 6 Da-Song, Son of The Park Family
    • 5 Ki-Woo, Son of The Kim Family
    • 4 Moon-Gwang, The Housekeeper
    • 3 Chung-Sook, Mother of The Kim Family
    • 2 Ki-Taek, Father of The Kim Family
    • 1 Ki-Jeong, Daughter of The Kim Family

    Min-hyuk is a friend to the Kim family, primarily Ki-woo. Min-hyuk offers Ki-woo his tutoring job while he's away noting that the family of the girl he tutors is not necessarily the best judge of character. Min-hyuk believes that Ki-woo poses no threat to his chances of eventually connecting with his student, Da-hye, and he knows that Ki-woo needs the money, so it is a kind gesture. It is a rather short-sighted one on his part because not only does Ki-woo end up pursuing Da-hye, but he ruins any possible opportunity to tutor for the Park family again. Maybe you're the one who isn't a good judge of character, Min.

    Yeon-gyo is a well-meaning mother and wife, but she's rather gullible. Not only does she completely fall for Ki-woo's masquerading as an English tutor to Da-hye, but she proceeds to hire every other member of the Kim family without doing very much due diligence. She is easily deceived by Ki-jeong's framing of the Park family chauffeur as explained by Dong-ik. She is also too easily swayed by Ki-taek's fakery of Moon-gwang's supposed tuberculosis diagnosis. You would think that maybe before you hire someone else, you stop to think if maybe your household staff is disappearing faster than usual?

    Honestly, it may be a tie between Dong-ik and Yeon-gyo here as they both fall for the deceptions of Ki-jeong and the rest of the Kim family. Dong-ik isn't a terrible guy, but he isn't a great one either. He's pretty checked out as to what's going on in his home until it's ready to smack him in the face. RELATED: Parasite: 7 Reasons It's Bong Joon-Ho's Best Movie (& 7 It's Not) We can't blame him too much for developing such trust in Ki-taek that he doesn't see his impending death coming right for him. But that he doesn't press Yeon-gyo for replacing Moon-gwang, who has been with the family for quite some time is really when his fate is sealed.

    Guen-sae may not be the brightest of the bunch, but he's not entirely an idiot either. Guen-sae manages to get the jump on Ki-woo after he fails to murder Guen-sae with the rock given by Min. But rather than simply getting out of the Park house and trying to make it in the outside world, he goes on a rampage at the party for Da-song. Perhaps he had just gone crazy, but choosing to go after more of the Kim family guaranteed that he would either be killed himself or that he'd land behind bars. Managing to never get caught up to that point, though, was definitely a feat on its own merits, even if it was in a basement.

    There is more to Da-song than meets the eye. He may be the youngest of the Park family, but he is by no means the dumbest. He almost outs the Kim family on their scheme when he realizes that both Ki-taek and Chung-sook smell the same. But, probably because of his age, his parents don't take his observation very seriously, to their ultimate doom. Da-song was perhaps the only hope the Park family had and still they collapsed.

    Ki-woo is what really gets the Kim family through the Park family's door. It is his success in passing as a competent English tutor that allows him to invite Ki-jeong into the home and so on. He also does a great job in coaching his father's performance for Yeon-gyo so that she will get rid of Moon-gwang. RELATED: The 10 Worst Family Movies Of All Time, Ranked Ki-woo makes some rather poor choices, too, though. Trying to make long term plans for him to eventually marry Da-hye are laughed off by his family. More importantly, his failure to dispose of Geun-sae with the rock eventually proves to be not only his undoing but both the Park and Kim families alike.

    Moon-gwang is pretty remarkable in that she has not only managed to ward off people from taking her job up until the Kim family, but she has also managed to keep her husband hidden in the Park family basement for a longtime. Moon-gwang may first appear as an easy person to take advantage of, but when she returns to the Park family's home to care for her sick husband, we see that she didn't get to where she is by chance. If not for the homicidal tendencies of the Kim family, she may well have lasted longer.

    Chung-sook, the Kim family matriarch, not only knows how to be a good housekeeper but also knows when to call her family members out when they're full of it. However, she makes a grave mistake by letting Moon-gwang back into the Park family home, thereby unleashing a Pandora's box she can't close. She does an excellent job getting the house back in order before the Park family returns and discovers Moon-gwang and her husband, but she's unable to stop what's coming by then.

    Ki-taek may be out of work, but he's no dummy. He has the hardest part to play in getting rid of Moon-gwang. Not only does he have to create suspicion about her, but he has to then convince Yeon-gyo to dispose of Moon-gwang without actually advocating for it. Yes, he receives help from Ki-jeong and Ki-woo with the peaches, but he is the one who must do the talking afterward. RELATED: 5 Reasons Why HBO's Parasite Is A Good Idea (& 5 Why The Movie Should Be Left Alone) His decision to kill Mr. Park at the end is a shocking and perhaps poor one, but not entirely unjustified. That he also manages to go into hiding in the Park's basement as did Geun-sae is pretty impressive given all the people that had to be going in and out of the house.

    Ki-jeong is usually one step ahead of Ki-woo and really solidifies getting the Kim family into the Park family home. Yes, it wouldn't have taken as much skill as she demonstrated to convince Yeon-gyo to be Da-song's new art therapist, but she plays the part so well that it positions her charge an exorbitant sum of money. And by the time she's left the Park family home, she is already making her next play by taking off her underwear and hiding them discreetly, but not so discreet that they can't be found by Dong-ik. She is seamless in her execution and rarely makes a misstep. NEXT: Parasite: D&D Alignments Of The Main Characters

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  6. Apr 23, 2020 · Parasite ending explained. Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite has an extremely wealthy Park family on one side and the extremely poor Kim family on the other side. In the movie, the Parks and the Kims are parallels of each other. Parasite neither sympathetically showcases the Kims nor antagonizes the Parks. The film has a lot of metaphors.

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