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I Miss You (보고싶다)

보고싶다 (bo-go-sip-da)

Directed by Jang Eun-youn (장은연), Jero Yun (윤재호), Seo Eun-ah-I (서은아)

Omnibus Drama

115min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
A movie full of emotions and encounters brought out by 3 rookie directors: "Love Letter" by director Seo Eun-ah-I, "Hitchhiker" by Jero Yun and "Boy Meets Girl" by Jang Eun-youn.

Episode 1: "Love Letter"
Will we be able to recognize each other when we meet? Ok-ja gets married at the age of eighteen but loses her husband to the Korean War. She spends a tough 55 years on her own and starts to learn how to read and write Korean at a late age. She writes a letter for the first time for a Korean writing competition.
Extraordinarily, line by line, her husband from the war writes back to her...

Episode 2: "Hitchhiker"
A mysterious man wanted to drink with someone.
Late night, a middle-aged man is hitchhiking in the middle of an isolated road. When no one stops for him, he throws himself in front of a van. He gets onto the van and suggests to the driver that they go drink. The driver is stunned and judging by the man's shabbiness and North Korean dialect, he assumes the man is a spy and takes him to a nearby police station. The man is investigated. He doesn't say a word. After the driver returns home, the man faces the squad leader and suggest that they go for a drink.

Episode 3: "Boy Meets Girl"
I will call you! So you better answer your phone!
In the year 2020, a homestay is being conducted for male and female teenagers in preparation for a union between North Korea and South Korea. North Korean girl Ha-jin goes to South Korean boy Woo-yeong's house to homestay. Woo-yeong starts to bully Ha-jin who has taken his room, but alas! First love has found its way to these children. Woo-yeong runs away to Seoul with Ha-jin to help her meet her father.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "I Miss You"

    2016/07/16
    Funded by the South Korean Ministry of Unification, "I Miss You" is an omnibus feature that explores the emotional rift created by the arbitrary partition of the Korean peninsula into two halves. The presentation is emotionally striking and frequently sad, moving from past to present to future. There is always hope, and even if reconciliation seems impossible one day, bit by bit, working together, maybe dreams will come true,...More

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115 min 
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Airing dates : 2016/06/23
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2016.07.03 : 604 admissions (total)

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