DVD Ne-beu-en-ding-seu-to-ri

DVD Ne-beu-en-ding-seu-to-ri

Run time: 108 min
Rating: 6.5
Genres: Comedy | Romance
Director: Yong-joo Jung
Writers: Byeong-Heon Lee, Eun-kyo Park
Stars: Tae-woong Eom, Ryeowon Jung, Yoo Sun
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Country: South Korea
Release Date: 18 January 2012 (South Korea)

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  1. So this is a romantic comedies revolving to people that find out they have cancer and is dying. One is a slacker named Kang Dong-Joo(Uhm Tae-Woong) that doesn't really have a goal except winning the lottery. Uhm Tae-Woong seems to be taking these romantic comedy roles a lot these days. And and the female lead is someone that uses statistic and percentage for all circumstances and has her future all mapped out and planned out. Her name is Oh Song-Kyung and is played by Jung Ryeo-Won an actress I was kinda impressed with in the movie "Two Faces of my Girlfriend". Anyways because of certain circumstances and because they have a thing is common which is the fact that they have cancer, they decide to date each other. The two lead characters doesn't start out all that likable at first but they keep getting more and more likable as the movie progresses, especially Kang Dong-Joo. What I would have liked to see is the progression of there change but it comes off drastic. And used a bit of their starting out traits like how Oh Song-Kyung being a woman that has everything planned out in her life and give sharp and direct answers for everything. The whole premise reminded me of "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" except instead of the two lovers facing the end of the world they are both facing cancer. This isn't as depressing but still a sad and yet cute flick. It's kinda unique how the two couples in this date and enjoy the little things in life, although they are told by the doctor that they only have few months to live. And instead of doing crazy stuff they enjoy casual dating and fall head over heels for each other. Knowing how to enjoy the small things even when facing death, the ending is sad and yet happy at the same time. The dating parts seems kinda redundant at times though and doesn't add much to the focus of the story. This is a cute romantic comedy worth checking out at least once. Especially if you like to see couples dating in a cute manner.

    6.8/10

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