Two girls confused between love and friendship leave their mutal friend Ji-Hwan unexpectedly. Years later, Ji-Hwan departs on a long journey to find his old friends as he confronts a ... See full summary »
Thirty-year-old Yun-woo bumps into a high school student in the elevator while on his way to work. His heart starts pounding at this teenager's boldness. At a subway station, KANG Sook ... See full summary »
Beautiful student Su-Eun prevents her fellow student Su-Ho to drown in the ocean. Su-Ho however, does not know who saved him, until Su-Eun tells him after a while. The love between them ... See full summary »
Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) is a tough guy, who is a high school senior,If he turns 19 years means, he could be a millionaire by inheriting his deceased grandfather's wealth. Unfortunately his ... See full summary »
Go Eun (Song Yoon Ah), a wedding dress designer and single mom, has only a limited number of days to live. Before parting from her young daughter So Ra (Kim Hyang Gi), Go Eun wants to do ... See full summary »
Released from prison, Taesik goes to live with an adopted mother. He takes a job and tries to live a quiet life with his new family. His efforts are threatened when a politician seeks to knock the family restaurant down to build a mall.
Mi-Soo (Han Hyo-Joo) is a doctor with a fiery spirit. Unfortunately, her fiery spirit gets the best of her one day at work. Mi-Soo fails to properly diagnosis an ill woman. Her husband sues... See full summary »
Well. "Maundy", look that up and you see it's a reference to the feast or holy day on the Thursday before Easter that commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ with the Apostles. A Christian tale of two persons, a suicidal mid-20's upper-middle class woman with a hate-on for her diva mother, an aunt who's a Sister and a prison inmate hoping to die. The aunt arranges for the two to "just talk", and slowly they do, on Thursdays, and their stories unfold. In modern Korean fashion the film has the top quality photo compositions, moody music and clever camera-work. Shocking red violence startles the viewer and the rigours of what passes for the modern Korean social welfare state are typified. Seeming slightly off is the depiction of the jail, the nicest CO's and happiest cons you'll ever see doing time. All in all, a straightforward message movie, well played.
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