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My Heart (정)

정 (jeong)

Directed by Bae Chang-ho (배창호)

Screenplay by ,

Drama

114min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
Sixteen year old Soon-i is married to the ten-year old son of the local Korean medicine doctor. Married to a child, Soon-i is subjected to the hard life of the traditional daughter-in-law. Ten tears pass and her husband, who has gone away to study, returns with a stylish 'modern woman' dressed in Western clothes. When Soon-i finds out that the woman is carrying her husband's child, she quietly packs her bag and leaves. Years later, Soon-i is living in a small village as a widow. Deok-soon, the village potter, takes her to his home, confessing his love for her. Soon-i accepts his pure and sincere love, and the two of them live in happiness and growing affection. Then one day, Deok-soon is killed in an accident... Again the years pass and one winter Soon-i, alone and struggle to survive, takes in a woman and child on the run from an abusive husband. When the woman is forced to give up the child, Soon-i takes him in and devotes herself to the child with all her heart.

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  • [Artists' Choice] Director Bae Chang-ho Lists His 11 Favorite Korean Movies

    2019/03/09
    Bae Chang-ho was the most commercially successful director of the 1980s, who made a number of chic melodramas about the new sensibility of the young generation. His debut film, "People in the Slum" (1982), and following films, "Whale Hunting" (1984), "Deep Blue Night" (1985), and "Our Joyful Young Days" (1987) all generated enthused reactions from not only ordinary moviegoers but also hardcore film maniacs,...More
  • [Hancinema Film Review] "My Heart"

    2019/03/02
    One of the most visually stunning films in Bae Chang-ho's filmography, "My Heart" was the product of his and his wife's (Kim Yu-mi, who is also the protagonist) combined writing effort, which resulted in a great story about the life of a woman from the 1920s until the 1960s,...More
  • [Interview] Bae Chang-ho

    2019/02/23
    Bae Chang-ho was the most commercially successful director of the 1980s, who made a number of chic melodramas about the new sensibility of the young generation. His debut film, "People in the Slum" (1982), and following films, "Whale Hunting" (1984), "Deep Blue Night" (1985), and "Our Joyful Young Days" (1987) all generated enthused reactions from not only ordinary moviegoers but also hardcore film maniacs. "Deep Blue Night" was shot mostly on location in the US at a time overseas shooting of even a few scenes was not an easy task. Despite these successes, Bae refused to dwell in one place. Since the 1980s, he pushed on in his artistic explorations, even enduring box office failures. The hit maker of the 1980s transformed himself into a maker of low budget, independent films such as "My Heart" (1999) and "Road" (2004). His early works showed elaborate filmmaking techniques that were second to none among his contemporaries, but his later works are more characterized by simple and down-to-earth approach to story telling and image capturing. He once taught in college, but left his teaching position, frustrated by artistic stagnation,...More
  • [USA and Canada] Korean movie "A Melody to Remember" to be released in theatres in North America on January 29th

    2016/01/27, Source
    Korean movie ""A Melody to Remember"" to be released in theatres on January 29th in CGV Los Angeles and nationwide on February 2nd Synopsis War took away many things But hope was never gone. South Korean platoon leader HAN Sang-ryul (Im Si-wan) lost his family and comrades due to the Korean War. He assigned to another unit and comes across war orphans, some of whom are exploited for profit. He decides to help the orphans by creating a choir, thereby healing their wounds with beautiful songs with the help of volunteer teacher Park Ju-mi (Go Ah-sung). Their beautiful voices rise from the battlefield and begin to melt everyone's hearts,...More
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 Produced by
 Bae Chang-ho (배창호)
Staff
 Lee Han (이한)
 Directing department
 Kim Yeong-ro (김영로)
 Directing department
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Release date in South Korea : 2000/06/17

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