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Virgin Snow (2007)

Hatsuyuki no koi (original title)
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Min is a Korean boy moves to Japan with his father who is a potter. One day at a local shrine, he meets Nanae, a beautiful Japanese girl with stunning eyes who is aspiring to be a painter. ... See full summary »

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Min Kim (as Jun-ki Lee)
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Nanae Sasaki
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Seon-Yeong Baek
Seon-Mook Cho
Yeon-hui Gu
Hyeon-suk Hwang
Tae-Hyeon Jo
Jae-man Kim
Hwan Lee
U. Yong Lee
Ye Eun Lee
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Hui-jun Ryu
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Min is a Korean boy moves to Japan with his father who is a potter. One day at a local shrine, he meets Nanae, a beautiful Japanese girl with stunning eyes who is aspiring to be a painter. Min falls in love at first sight and finds out that Nanae attends the school to which he has just transferred. Their friendship develops fast despite their cultural and language difference. When Min's grandmother falls ill, Min returns to Korea and Nanae is nowhere to be found. Had his true feelings for Nanae not been apparent to her? Why has Nanae disappeared without a word? Written by Colleen16

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Language barrier is not a barrier at all when it comes to Love.
21 August 2008 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I've seen a Korean movie after along time even though my logic kept requesting me not to do that as its my exam time. But I have to say that it was worth it. Though the movie has a theme which is very common in Korean movies but it has touched a few areas which are rare. I was praying for the movie not to end but it end and left me very emotional. The coordination and contrast between Japanese and Korean is shown in a good fashion. The story moves around a Korean boy who meets a Japanese girl in Kyoto and many events starts to take place between them which seems quite natural. Like many Korean movies it starts with the comic flavor, get romantic and becomes very sentimental as the story builds on. The ending is something that everyone like and hope to see. If you are an emotional guy or gal then you may feel a lump in your throat as the movie ends. It also shows a few things about Japanese culture as most of the movie events occur in Kyoto, Japan. You may learn a few words of Japanese language and get a good taste it. One may not be impressed by the story as nothing is new in it but its a very good pastime and I am sure you will be entertained and thats what a movie is all about, isn't it?


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