Nae meorisokui jiwoogae   2004   South Korea A Moment to Remember
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Director:John H. Lee
Studio:CJ Entertainment
Writer:Yeong-ha Kim, John H. Lee
IMDb Rating:8.2 (4,280 votes)
Awards:1 win
Genre:Drama, Romance
Duration:144 min
John H. Lee  ...  (Director)
Yeong-ha Kim, John H. Lee  ...  (Writer)
Woo-sung Jung  ...  Cheol-su
Ye-jin Son  ...  Su-jin
Jong-hak Baek  ...  Seo Yeong-min
Sun-jin Lee  ...  Ahn Na-jeong
Sang-gyu Park  ...  Mr. Kim
Hie-ryeong Kim  ...  Mother
Ji-hyun Seon  ...  Jeong-eun
Bu-seon Kim  ...  Madam Oh
Hang Lee  ...  
Jung-ki Kim  ...  
David Lee McInnis  ...  Fashion Model (Cameo)
Yeong Hyeon  ...  
Pyeong-kir Kwon  ...  Doctor Lee
Kwang-rok Oh  ...  Bum at station
Mi-suk Park  ...  
Tae-won Kim  ...  Composer
Jun-gyu Lee  ...  Cinematographer
Steve M. Choe  ...  Editor
Sung-won Ham  ...  Editor
Hyeon-yeong  ...  
Comments: A ridiculously tearful melodrama. Despite the medium grade writing and direction, picking nits with this film is useless. It is so well-acted by two beautiful Koreans it's freakish. First half is smiley RomCom, second half is face dripping, and I mean soaking wet, sad.

Summary: Su-jin, a beautiful and vibrant girl, deeply falls in love with her carpenter fiance Chol-su. They embark on the journey of their adult lives as do most young couples-by getting married, buying a house and starting a family. However, Su-jin is soon diagnosed with Familial Alzheimer’s Disease, an amazingly rare and hereditary form of AD that afflicts people aged from 30 to 60 years. Unlike common AD ravages its victims at an accelerated rate and death is imminent within a year. The youngest diagnosed patient was 28 years old; Su-jin is 27 years old. The young lovers lives are changed forever. They had the perfect life, but the fate is never kind to star crossed lovers in the realm of the Korean romantic tragedy.

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