A Moment To Remember

A Moment To Remember


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Original Name  抱擁這分鐘
Starring Jung Woo Sung, Son Yae Jin, Lee Jae Han
Director Lee Jae-han
Screen Format Wide Screen
Video Format NTSC
Audio Dolby digital Surround 5.1
Language Korean, Cantonese
Subtitles English, Chinese
Year 2005
Running Time 117 Minutes
Genre Romance
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIA
Not suitable for children.
PAX-Code PAX0000768349
Catalog No.  AVPDVD239
Item Code  4895050872051

features

  • Memories sticker and 3 pieces of Son Ye Jin's postcards

description

Su-jin has always been a little forgetful. She first met Chul-soo at the convenience store and again when Chul-soo was sent over to do some carpenter's work for her company's showroom. A romance develops between the two, but slowly because Su-jin and Chul-soo have both been hurt in the past. Su-jin is recovering from a failed romance with a married man. Chul-soo was abandoned as a child, and has lived his life alienated and alone ever since. Su-jin is the first to fall in love, and asks Chul-soo to get married. At first, he remains skeptical and resists, having lived too long without love in his life, but eventually, he gives in to his feelings. Su-jin's forgetfulness begins to grow worse. Chul-soo does not take it seriously, but Su-jin goes to the hospital, where she learns that she has a rare form of early-onset dementia. As her memory deteriorates, Su-jin begins to lose her connection to Chul-soo and her loved ones, and Chul-soo learns what it really means to love.

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