Between Love and Hate

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Between Love and Hate
Between Love and Hate film poster.jpg
Hangul ,
Hanja , 그 참을 수 없는 가벼움
Revised Romanization Yeonae, geu chameul su eobmneun gabyeoum
McCune–Reischauer Yŏnae, kŭ ch‘amŭl su ŏmnŭn kapyŏum
Directed by Kim Hae-gon
Produced by Kim Jeong-su
Jo Jin-man
Written by Kim Hae-gon
Starring Kim Seung-woo
Jang Jin-young
Music by Lee Han-na
Cinematography Choi Gi-youl
Edited by Kyung Min-ho
Distributed by Cinema Service
Release date
  • September 7, 2006 (2006-09-07)
Running time
125 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Budget US$3.5 million
Box office US$3,464,124[1]

Between Love and Hate (also known as The Unbearable Lightness of Dating) is a 2006 South Korean film starring Kim Seung-woo and Jang Jin-young, and is the directorial debut of screenwriter Kim Hae-gon. Jang's performance won her Best Actress at the 2006 Korean Film Awards.[2] This would be Jang Jin-young's final film before her death almost 3 years later.

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Young-woon works in his mother's restaurant, and is more interested in having a good time with his friends than settling down with his fiancée. He allows himself to be seduced by bargirl Yeon-ah, and the two embark on a tumultuous love-hate relationship. But when Young-woon's mother finds out about the affair and pushes him into marrying his fiancée, he is forced into choosing between the two women.

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