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and as of right now i really like this korean drama movie the best the classic
The film tells the parallel love stories of a mother and daughter. The story of the mother is told partially in flashbacks.The movie starts in the present day. The daughter, Ji-Hae (Son Ye-jin),
is cleaning-up around her house when she comes across a box full of old
letters and a diary that detail the story of her mother, Joo-Hee (who
is also played by Son Ye-jin). Periodically in the movie, Ji-Hae reads
one of these letters, which starts a flashback scene in which the story
of the mother is told. These flashbacks are intertwined with Ji-Hae\'s
own story, in which she falls for a fellow student, Sang-Min (Jo In-sung), who is involved with the school theater.
The movie tells the story of both relationships. The mother,
Joo-Hee, visits the countryside as a student one summer and meets
Joon-Ha (Jo Seung-woo).
Together they explore the countryside, playing near a river which they
both will always remember as their special place. When a storm starts
they take shelter together under a tree, but not before Joo-Hee twists
her ankle and is rendered helpless. Joon-Ha carries her on his back and
they struggle home, only to be confronted by her angry parents. Before
they separate, Joo-Hee gives him a necklace, which he keeps close as a
precious reminder of their time together.
Unfortunately, as often happens in affairs of the heart, a third
party prevents any deepening of their relationship. Joo-Hee has been
promised by her parents as a bride to Tae-Soo, Joon-Ha\'s friend. But
Tae-Soo, a noble friend, finds out about Joo-Hee and Joon-Ha\'s
attraction for each other and helps the two communicate secretly by
letting them use his own name in place of Joon-Ha\'s in their letters.
When Tae-Soo\'s father finds this out, however, he beats Tae-Soo.
Tae-Soo tries unsuccessfully to commit suicide so that his two friends
can be together.
Meanwhile, in the present, Ji-Hae falls for Sang-Mi in whom her friend Su-Kyeong (Lee Sang-in)
is also very interested, but he seems not to notice. Then, in a sweet
scene, they take shelter from the rain together under the same tree. He
uses his coat to cover both of them and escorts her to where she needs
to go. The moment, while magical, does not go anywhere as she feels his
help was only due to his generous nature and not from any feelings for
her on his part.
Back in the past, Joon-Ha is guilt-ridden over his friend\'s
attempted suicide and Joo-Hee\'s own guilt. Determined to prevent any
more hurt to her, Joon-Ha joins the army and goes to Vietnam. There he
loses his eyesight while he tries to retrieve the necklace Joo-Hee had
given him. When he returns to Korea, he meets again with Joo-Hee, and,
trying to hide his blindness, convinces her he has married in the hope
she will move on with her life. Though heart broken that their
relationship cannot continue, she does move on and eventually marries
Tae-Soo, Joon-Ha\'s kind friend. After they have been married for
several years and have a young daughter (Ji-Hae) Joo-Hee is approached
by friends of Joon-Ha, who relate Joon-Ha\'s last wish: that his ashes
be scattered by Joo-Hee in the river, now a reservoir, where they first
met. She then finds out that Joon-Ha already had a son the same age as
her daughter. The heart-break is too much and she cries.
In the present, Ji-Hae\'s own story unfolds. Sang-Mi reveals his true
feelings for Ji-Hae - feelings that mirror her own. It is also revealed
that their taking shelter together during the storm was no accident: he
had purposely left his umbrella behind in a shop so that he could join
her under the tree. Then, when Ji-Hae pensively reveals her mother\'s
story to him, tears stream down his face. Silently he lifts a necklace
from around his neck and places it around hers. It is the necklace that
Ji-Hae\'s mother, Joo-Hee, had given to Joon-Ha when they met. The
circle is completed: Joo-Hee\'s daughter and Joon-Ha\'s son have fallen
this movie is sad have time watch it at asian-horror-movies.com
Nang Nak aka Death Never Do Us Part
Based on a Thai Legendery true story of Nak, a very beloved wife who is very loyal to her husband.
It is believed that her loyalty could not be declined by her death.
and the second one Ghost of Mae Nak
2005 Thailand Movie A new twist on a legendary ghost story, set in modern Bangkok, shows how love transcends death.
Mak and Nak, a young newlywed couple in Bangkok, acquire an antique brooch and an old abandoned house that soon bring them into contact with Mae Nak Phrakhanong, a figure of horror and despair from one of Thailand\'s most enduring ghost legends
got to asian-horror-movies.com
Buppah Rahtree: Flower Of The Night
Buppah Rahtree is an isolated, self contained girl....
Things get rolling after Rahtrees corpse is discovered. The police arrive
and she is shrouded according to local custom but when they try to remove the
corpse it simply refuses to go. Rahtrees body may be dead but her spirit is
very much alive, very angry, and it will not leave without a fight
yea yea this is some randomly thread so yea it changes in times, like in 4 seasons of loneliness
SO WHAT KINDA COLLECTION DO YOU DO FOR HOBBIE OR SPARE TIME IN LIKEINGS .... CARE TO POST my collection its on page 56...
this thai chick is so hot [youtube]5HG3pQT3SZ0[/youtube]
Name : Sarunrat Visutthithada
Nickname : Lydia / Dear
Bithday : 07 July 1987
Age : 20
Nationality : Thai
Education : Northwestern University [next year will Study At Harvard University ]
Sport : Golf
- Asia Pacific Junior Golf Tournament Championship (11th place)
- Thailand International Junior Golf Championships (2nd place)
- Nike (Thailand) Junior Golf Tournaments (1st and 2nd place)
- Nivea Invitation (2nd place)
Hobby : drawing ,Art [Stippling]
Language : Spanish , Thai , English
Also known as Dear Visutthithada, Lydia is Thailand’s newest R&B idol phenomenon. RS picked her name, \'Lydia,\' as it means \'success\' in Polish- just like her real thai name \'Sarunrat.\'. She has been intensively training vocally since age 5, and is excited to have her life long dream of being a pop star come true. Instruments she plays include flute, saxaphone, drums, and piano.
Lydia completed high school at the International School of Bangkok where she sang in an acapella group called \'UNDEFINED\' and won the ISB Idol competition with her friend. She graduated as Vice President of her class, and with a 3.9 GPA. Lydia then accepted a place in the Northwestern Class of 2009 before beginning her singing career in Thailand. She has since applied to Harvard University in New York, but has chosen not to attend college. The most important thing to Lydia is definitely money!! Since skyrocketing to fame, she has produced two hit albums, and one joint album with Thailand’s popular pop group Dream II.
edited on 7/29/2009 5:55:22 AM