South Korean cutie Sang Mi Chu has been working since 1997, but it’ll take a man with a mouth able to twist and shout better than Mr. Skin to pronounce (or even spell) the titles of those features. The first that makes any sense to our Western ears is Interview (2000), a harmless romantic tale. Sang followed that up with a tail more in tune with the skinsibilities here at Skin Central, Say Yes (2001). The horror film is scary mostly because of the brief exposure of its star. She only slips a nip in bed and flashes some fanny getting into a hot tub. Her last but certainly not least nudity onscreen is in On the Occasion of Remembering the Turning Gate (2002), a love story. And you’re going to love watching Sang make love in a long scene that’s followed up with some nude canoodling. She’s gone on to appear in movies as provocatively titled as My Right To Ravage Myself (2003), which sadly doesn’t show her doing explicitly what the title makes implicit. Oh, Sang, please a happier song.