Kang Yi-kwan’s Sakwa screens at the KCC

The last of the wedding themed films at the KCC this month is Sakwa (2008). It didn’t get brilliant reviews when it came out, but it does have Moon So-ri as the lead, so it’s got to be worth watching. This Thursday, 28 April.

DIRECTOR: Kang Yi-kwan
RUNNING TIME: 118 mins
DATE: 7:00pm, April 28 2011
VENUE: Multi Purpose Hall, KCCUK
GENRE: Drama
CAST: Moon So-ri, Kim Tae-woo, Lee Sun-kyun

Sakwa is homonym of “apple” and “apology” in Korean.

Hyun-jung’s first love of seven years, Min-suk, has coldly left her. A man named Sang-hoon appears with a business card and a bouquet of flowers. Hyun-jung breaks down into tears and decides to marry Sang-hoon with the belief that no one in this world con love her as much. After their marriage, two conflicting views of love collide. During this division, Min-suk reappears unable to erase her memories and confesses his love for her. Hyun-jung is left a state of confusion. (KOFIC)

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