Springtime (2004 film)

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Springtime
Springtime poster.jpg
Hangul
Revised Romanization Ggotpineun bomi omyeon
McCune–Reischauer Kkot p‘inŭn pomi omyŏn
Directed by Ryoo Jang-ha
Produced by Choi Eun-hwa
Written by Ryoo Jang-ha
Starring Choi Min-sik
Jang Shin-young
Kim Ho-jeong
Yoon Yeo-jeong
Kim Kang-woo
Music by Jo Seong-woo
Distributed by Big Blue Film
Release dates
  • September 17, 2004 (2004-09-17)
Running time 128 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Springtime (Hangul: 꽃피는 봄이 오면; RR: Ggotpineun bomi omyeon; lit. When Spring Comes) is a 2004 South Korean film starring Choi Min-sik as a struggling musician who takes a job as a music teacher in a rural mining town outside of Seoul.

Plot[edit]

To trumpeter Hyun-woo, life seems to remain forever locked in winter. In desperation, Hyunwoo signs up for a position teaching a children’s wind ensemble at a small junior high school in a distant Dogye village. Worn-out instruments, tarnished trophies and frayed certificates testify to the poor conditions of this ragtag group. This leads Hyun-woo, together with his students, to take on a seemingly impossible challenge.

Awards and nominations[edit]

2004 Blue Dragon Film Awards[1]
2004 Korean Film Awards
  • Nomination – Best Actor - Choi Min-sik
  • Nomination – Best Supporting Actress – Yoon Yeo-jeong
  • Nomination – Best Music - Jo Seong-woo
  • Nomination – Best New Director – Ryoo Jang-ha
  • Nomination – Best New Actor - Kim Kang-woo

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