Lovers' Concerto (film)

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This article is about the Korean film. For the Toys' song, see A Lover's Concerto.
Lovers' Concerto
Lovers Concerto film poster.jpg
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Yeonae Soseol
McCune–Reischauer Yǒnae Sosǒl
Directed by Lee Han
Produced by Hang Sang-gu
Written by Lee Han
Starring Cha Tae-hyun
Lee Eun-ju
Son Ye-jin
Music by Kim Sang-heon
Cinematography Jin Young-hwan
Edited by Kim Hyun
Distributed by Korea Pictures
Release dates
  • September 13, 2002 (2002-09-13)[1]
Running time 106 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Box office US$9,956,457[2]

Lovers' Concerto (Hangul: 연애소설; RR: Yeonae Soseol; lit. "Love Novel") is a 2002 South Korean film directed by Lee Han. It is a romantic melodrama dealing with friendship, jealousy and the ties that bind.

Plot[edit]

Lee Ji-hwan (Cha Tae-hyun) receives photographs in the mail that reminds him of how he met two girls, Shim Soo-in (Son Ye-jin) and Kim Gyung-hee (Lee Eun-ju), one summer five years ago. He shares his memories with his friend Chul-hyun (Park Yong-woo). He recalls initially being in love with Soo-in, but she rejects him. Throughout the summer, the three remain friends. Ji-hwan and Gyung-hee develop feelings for each other but are reluctant to admit it. Ji-hwan recalls the complex relationship between the three to Chul-hyun.

Cast[edit]

  • Cha Tae-hyun ... Lee Ji-hwan
  • Lee Eun-ju ... Kim Gyung-hee/Soo-in
  • Son Ye-jin ... Shim Soo-in/Gyung-hee
  • Moon Geun-young ... Ji-yoon, Ji-hwan's sister
  • Park Yong-woo ... Chul-hyun, Ji-hwan's friend
  • Kim Nam-jin ... Seok-jin
  • Sa Kang ... Min-young
  • Shin Seung-hwan ... Min-sik
  • Choi Jung-woo ...Soo-in's father
  • Kim Hee-ryung ... Soo-in's mother
  • Seo Yun-ah ... Ji-hwan's first love
  • Yoo Hyung-kwan ... chauffeur Min
  • Kwak Jung-wook ... young Ji-hwan
  • Jeon Ha-eun ... young Gyung-hee
  • Jung In-gi ... taxi driver
  • Lee Moon-sik ... sleeping man on the bus
  • Lee Yeon-ju ... guest at Chul-hyun's birthday party
  • Choi Seong-min ... surgeon at children's hospital
  • Kim Seong-su ... taxi passenger
  • Jeon Hee-ju ... taxi passenger
  • Park Jae-woong ... employee at cinema
  • Lee Geum-joo ... Ji-hwan's mother
  • Son Young-soon ... granny at amusement park

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ranked Box-Office Results for Seoul (2002)". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 19 February 2008.
  2. ^ "Love Story". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 19 February 2008.

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