I’ll forget everything soon. I won’t know why you’re with me. You’ll be gone from my mind. And so will I. You understand? As my memory disappears, my soul will too. I’m scared. – Su-jin
A Moment to Remember Synopsis : 27-year-old fashion designer Soo Jin goes into a convenience store to buy a Coke but accidentally leaves it on the counter. Remembering the Coke, Soo Jin walks back to the store and bumps into a carpenter, Chul Soo, whose goal in life is to become an architect. While surveying a construction site that her father is in charge of, Soo Jin sees the same man and soon falls in love with him. A relationship develops between them but Soo Jin will have to face an undeniable fact. (Source : MyDramalist)
- Son Ye-jin as Kim Su-jin
- Jung Woo-Sung as Choi Chul-soo
- A Moment to Remember is a 2004 South Korean film based on the 2001 Japanese television drama Pure Soul.
- It follows the theme of discovery in a relationship and the burdens of loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease.
- The film was released on November 5, 2004 in South Korea.
- It was a major success domestically, topping the box office for two consecutive weeks to become the 5th highest-grossing film of 2004.
- The film was also a hit in Japan, breaking previous records of Korean films released there; it was the 19th highest-grossing film at the 2005 Japanese box office.
- John H. Lee and Kim Young-ha won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2005 Grand Bell Awards.
- “When the memory is gone so is the soul.”
- This movie was simple, quirky and totally compelling.
- A story that would teach us how genuine and pure ones love and affection could be.
- I love the chemistry between the two lead characters.
- This was a great movie. Prepared to cry all your heart out to this.
- The ending is bittersweet and carries a soft sort of hope.
- Be warned: Watch at your own discretion, and have the box of tissues close by.
My Rating – 9/10
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