Two months after their wedding, Yeon-Yi (Yoon Jin-Seo)'s husband Jin-woo (Yoo Ji-Tae)gets into an accident and falls into a coma. Then Yeon-Yi waits at the airport for Jin-Woo's brother Jin-Ho (Yoo Ji-Tae), whom she has never met before. When Jin-wo and Jin-ho chat, Jin-wo told Jin-ho that they somewhat play a game (to swap their identity) and it was Jin-ho who went for mountain climbing.
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Chris Stuckmann and a guest debate the best and worst films from filmmakers and performers. Our Movie Fighters will be judged and scored on their arguments for facts, passion and creativity. Brush up on the universality of relationships while working on your ability to spot grammar mistakes by drunken closed caption makers by taking on some foreign cinema. It’s cute, it’s sweet and manages to avoid the overly-syrupy genre of romance by putting in enough bitter and sad parts to make a story worth reading subtitles for the payoff. Combining music and a timeless love, “Secret” is a touching Asian romance movie and not in the way that leads to lawsuits, prison terms and informing the neighbors that a predator has moved next door. Although “Virgin Snow” could have avoided a lot of searching and angst by Min leaving a note or dropping off an email, this story of trying to find a lost love is still fun to watch.


Hate and love dance back and forth among some of the funnier musical cues you’ll ever see in “100 Days with Mr. Romance goes from the comedic to the tragic with a supernatural turn as the man ends up a helpful ghost after his death. She is stunned when she meets him, because Yeon-Yi never knew Jin-Woo and Jin-Ho are identical twin brothers. The scene involved Yeon-yi picking up her brother-in-law at the airport and becomes stunned to see Ji-ho - who looks exactly like her husband.
The final scene filmed involved Jin-ho (Yu Ji-Tae) laying in a hospital bed, with Yeon-yi (Yun Jin-Seo) sitting nearby. WHEN JIN HO AND JIN WOO ARE ON THE BRIDGE FIGHTING JIN WOO ADK JIN HO WHY HE AS TO LIE ABOUT WHO RESCUE HER BUT YES IT WAS WHEN THEY WHERE SWITCHING IDENTITIES IT WAS JIN WOO AS JIN HO AND JIN HO AS JIN WOO THATS WHY THE STRANGE WOMAN THINK SHE MET AND LOVE JIN WOO. I concluded it remembering the part when Jin-woo disguised Jin-ho,wherein Jin-woo almost killed her wife, Yeon, knowing how his wife misses Jin-ho. When Yeon received a post card it was stamped and came from Montana (a place in Canada) meaning after what happen he have move back to Canada.
With a continuum of loss followed by new romance only to be followed by flux in that new love, this film is not cliched nor sappy but a piece of reality held up for you to take from it what you want thus making it a great Asian romance movie.
Using a composition for piano, a young woman from the seventies moves forward in time to fall in love with another music student and then things get heartbreaking. Korean and Japanese language differences add some humor to the tale of these lovers and definitely ups the quotient of cute moments while still staying clear of pounding abject happiness into the viewer. Love pushes for more love as the new ghost seeks someone out like him to be his tangible replacement in a sincere belief that the living should move on from sorrow.
She misses her deadlines for work, while she has only videos of her wedding to comfort her.


Yeon-yi is playing with tarot cards at that moment and pulls out a card which implies she will become involved in a risky and dangerous relationship.
Also the part wherein Yeon called Jin-woo, as Jin-ho, after Jin-woo and Yeon made love in the tub.
The police chase of the couple for the chef’s lead foot stands out as a scene that has a great prank twist that the chef will have to pay for, making a great Asian romance movie well worth the reading bits.“Chungking Express”. Tony Leung trying to build up the self-esteem of his soapbar as he goes around his apartment talking to his possessions is a scene that deftly flips between the sadness of the loss of his girlfriend and the goofiness of how he’s dealing with it.“Secret”.
Watching Xianglun play his heart out, in order to save his heart, as the conservatory chandelier falls during the destruction is a scene that stands out as you get to partake in his fight to travel to the past to be with his soul mate.“Virgin Snow”. As the snowflakes fall, watching Min’s rush to find Nanae is a warm fuzzy scene that takes heart in the goofiness and sincerity of love.“100 days with Mr. Ha-Young’s imaginative daydreams make this film a fun romantic comedy that embraces its goofiness as well as the serious matters of the love struck. The use of moving air as the man’s ghostly presence is a great device and with the pinwheel scene in the woman’s apartment, “Windstruck” shows a tender approach to grief and romance that should be appreciated. It was from Canada and by judging the scenery, it must be Canada (place where Jin-ho study).
The solution to the problem of running out of gas is a scene everyone has thought of in their head before realizing if they said it out loud it would get them maimed, or possibly killed.“Windstruck”.



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