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
MAX RESERVATION: 130
VENUE: Multi Purpose Hall, KCCUK
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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