Synopsis by Ryan Shriver
Korean filmmaker Moh Ji-eun makes her feature film debut with the 2002 romantic comedy A Perfect Match, a tale about a matchmaker at a dating service who could use a bit of matchmaking in her own personal life. Kim Hyo-jin (Shin Eun-gyeong) is an extremely gifted matchmaker whose 100% success rate is simply mind-boggling. Unfortunately, Hyo-jin's own relationship is an entirely different matter; her own boyfriend tends to prefer hanging out with his friends than spending time with her. Meanwhile, Hyo-jin discovers that one of her male clients, Park Hyeon-su (Jeong Jun-ho) is nearing the end of his 12 allotted dates without a successful match having taken place. However, when the two accidentally meet away from Hyo-jin's office, Hyo-jin finds she wants to learn a little more about her client in a nonprofessional sense. The film's original title, Joheun Saram Isseumyeon Jogae Shikyeojweo, roughly translates to English as "If you know someone nice, please introduce me."