Love, So Divine
|Love, So Divine|
|Revised Romanization||Sinbu sueop|
|Directed by||Heo In-moo|
|Written by||Heo In-moo
|Edited by||Kim Sun-mi|
|Distributed by||Korea Pictures|
Love, So Divine is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Ha Ji-won and Kwon Sang-woo, and the directorial debut of Heo In-moo. Released in Korea on August 6, 2004, the film sold over 1,242,476 tickets nationwide.
After getting into trouble at their seminary, seminarians Gyu-shik and Seon-dal are sent into the country for a month of service under the elderly Father Nam. Upon their arrival, Gyu-shik meets Father Nam's niece, Bong-hie, who has flown across from the United States to see her boyfriend. However, when her boyfriend ends their relationship, Bong-hie finds herself stranded at her uncle's church with nowhere else to go. At first she and Gyu-shik struggle to get along, but eventually they become attracted to one another, and Gyu-shik is forced to question his commitment to the priesthood.
- Kwon Sang-woo as Kim Kyu-shik
- Ha Ji-won as Yang Bong-hie
- Kim In-kwon as Shin Seon-dal
- Kim In-moon as Father Nam
- Kim Seon-hwa as Sister Kim
- Jeon Hye-jin
- "Korean Movie Synopsis: Love, So Divine". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 4 June 2012.
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