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Korean movie with English subtitles

2006/06/29 | 231 views | Permalink | Source

Our Sweet Days (Kippun Uri Cholmun Nal) (1987))

Seoul Selection Bookstore

11:00 a.m. Saturday

Directed by Bae Chang-ho and starring Ahn Sung-ki and Hwang Shin-ae, the movie is a sad love story. In the film, Yong-min has a big crush on Hye-rin when he sees her play at a theater, and he secretly expresses his love for her by anonymously sending her flowers and fruits and making her a photo album with photos from her plays. However, she gets married to an obstetrician, and leaves for New York. Yong-min comes across her in a subway train and reminisces on his past. He finds out she is divorced. Knowing the tragic failure of her first marriage, Yong-min has stronger feelings for her and reveals his true love for her. Hye-rin is moved by Yong-min's devotion to her, and later accepts his proposal of marriage. But their marriage faces a crisis as Hye-rin falls ill during pregnancy and her doctor tries to persuade her to give up the baby to save her life. However, she truly loves Yong-min and decides to have his baby. The venue is located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets, 3,000 won.

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