One Fine Spring Day

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One Fine Spring Day
One Fine Spring Day Poster.jpg
One Fine Spring Day promotional movie poster
Revised Romanization Bomnaleun ganda
McCune–Reischauer Pomnalŭn kanda
Directed by Hur Jin-ho
Produced by Cha Seung-jae (executive producer)
Kim Sun-ah (producer)
Written by Ryu Jang-ha
Lee Suk-yeon
Shin Joon-ho
Hur Jin-ho
Starring Yoo Ji-tae
Lee Young-ae
Music by Jo Seong-woo
Cinematography Kim Hyung-koo
Edited by Kim Hyeon
Distributed by Cinema Service
Release dates
  • September 29, 2001 (2001-09-29)
Running time
106 minutes
Country South Korean
Language Korean

One Fine Spring Day is a South Korean feature film released by Sidus and Applause Films in 2001. Directed by Hur Jin-ho (of Christmas in August), the film is a portrait of a love affair - from its blossoming in spring, to its decline as the years pass.


Sound engineer Sang-woo meets local DJ Eun-soo on a recording trip in the quest for nature's voice. They succeed in capturing various sensual sounds as well as each other's tenderness. Their love flourishes as spring comes along, but Sang-woo's ever intensifying passion often reminds Eun-soo of her tragic past. She knows only too well how passion can vanish like a sound, and how love always surrenders to its end.



2001 Baeksang Arts Awards[1]
2001 Busan Film Critics Awards
2001 Tokyo International Film Festival
  • Best Art Direction - Park Il-hyun
2001 Blue Dragon Film Awards
  • Best Film
2001 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards
  • Best Film
  • Best Cinematography - Kim Hyung-koo


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Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Film
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