The only thing sixteen year-old Seo Bo-Eun's grandfather wants is to see her wed, even going as far as to fake a fatal illness to get his way. He arranges her marriage to twenty-something Park Sang-Min, the grandson of a family friend. Keeping their marriage a secret from all but a select few, the newlyweds try to live their separate lives as normally as possible, but it becomes far more complicated than they ever imagined...Written by
In South Korea Moon Geun-Young, Affectionately called the "Nation's Little Sister," because of this movie's Succes. See more »
very refreshing comedy
i saw this movie on DVD not long ago, and although i didn't find it completely satisfactory (certain aspects of the story don't seem very convincing among other things), i did find it a very entertaining watch. Mun geun yeong's acting is still not fully mature here, but she certainly did challenge herself in this role (compare to her role in 'a tale of tow sisters) and is quite successful. Kim Rae Won's acting is also highly creditable. It is a very heart-warming comedy that mix and mingles some serious themes with amusing dialogue and narrative quite well. Not the typical tragic love story of Korean movies, and has a happy end. Worth a watch, especially if you are a Korean movie or Mun Geun Yeong fan.
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