Invasion of Alien Bikini

de Oh Young-doo



Young-gun appears to be a timid boy, but it’s actually just a mask to hide his nighttime adventures as an urban avenger. One evening he rescues a girl from a bunch of thugs. The young woman wants to reward Young-gun for his heroic deed, but all her gifts of seduction will be useless in view of his vow of chastity. This would sound like the plot of some typical, racy comedy if it weren’t for a small detail: the lady in question is actually an alien who needs Young-gun’s seed for her race to procreate on our planet. Made with a laughable budget and tons of imagination, Alien Bikini is one of the most pleasant surprises from the 2011 harvest of guerilla filmmaking.


Oh Young-doo

Born in 1975. In 2010 he directed the feature-length film The Neighbor Zombie (co-directed with Hong Young-Geun and Ryoo Hoon), that clearly showed his interest in making low-cost fantasy. In 2011 he released in Sitges Invasión of Alien Bikini.

Technical information

Edition: 2011
Section: Noves visions - Discovery
Original language: Korean