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Madeleine (마들렌)

마들렌 (Madeleine)

Directed by Park Gwang-choon (박광춘)

Screenplay by , ,

Romantic comedy

120min | Release date in South Korea :

Ji-suk is a Korean Language & Literature major who dreams of becoming a writer. He starts delivering newspapers part-time. He goes to a hair salon to cut his long hair. A charming woman calls him by name. She is none other than Hee-jin, his junior high classmate. Dreaming of becoming a hair designer, Hee-jin is a senior hair designer at the salon despite her young age. Ji-suk is drawn to the dignified beauty. Hee-jin is also drawn to the untainted pureness of Ji-suk. Their paths cross by chance a few more times and the two grow closer. Finally, Hee-jin suggests a 'one month romance.' "Neither one of us can say 'Let's break up' before the month is up! After a month, we part ways grandly! What do you think? Fun, huh?" Ji-suk is caught off guard. Seeing this, Hee-jin smiles at him sweetly...

Ji-suk who ponders over everything seriously. Hee-jin who is filled with playfulness and is cheerful. They have 0% in common but together, they learn of a new world unfamiliar to them. Their romance is more splendid than they expected. But one day, Ji-suk's first love, Sung-hae, shows up. Majoring in film, Sung-hae is the lead singer of a band and very cool. Hee-jin gets jealous over Sung-hae and starts to fight with Ji-suk. It is the first time they argue since their month of romance began. And to make things worse, Hee-jin is faced with an enormous decision...

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  • [UNSCENE MAGAZINE] Haddon House: Seoul's Friendly Neighborhood Foreign Grocer

    2012/06/02, Source,
    While living in Korea, one finds it difficult to locate certain foods and sundries, seemingly on a daily basis. There are a few good foreign markets in the Itaewon area, but one which is greatly overlooked is Haddon House, located east of Itaewon station, just around the corner from Oksu. Upon walking in, it feels more like a typical western grocery store, albeit a small one. There's a good selection of fresh produce – from avocados to asparagus, and fresh herbs from mint to dill. At the end of the first aisle is a freezer with some frozen meats, such as full-sized turkeys. Just beyond is a wide assortment of jarred and canned goods, including some of those harder to find canned fruits and veggies, such as artichoke hearts. If you're a snob about quality, there are some excellent choices to be found,...More
  • Exhibit shows life in North Korea

    2012/03/24, Source,
    'For people to see their own life in other people's lives, it has power to break down barriers'. - David Guttenfelder AP Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll, left, and Korean Central News Agency Senior Vice President Kim Chang Gwang tour the gallery during an opening reception for the "Window on North Korea: Photographs from the DPRK" photo exhibit on Thursday in New York. [AP/YONHAP] NEW YORK - It's a simple scene that repeats itself around the world. A man gently lifts a small child by the arms as they reach the top of the escalator inside a modern department store,...More
  • U.S. Congressional Leaders Commemorate Korean American Day

    2012/01/20, Source,
    The members of the U.S. Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) recently released the statements to commemorate January 13th as Korean American Day The U.S. Congress designated January 13 as "Korean American Day" in 2005 to celebrate contributions made by Korean Americans to the U.S. society. This day was chosen in honor of the 102 Koreans that arrived in America for the first time on January 13, 1903,...More
  • The Kimchi Chronicles

    2011/06/03, Source,
    Join Marja Vongerichten as she rediscovers her Korean roots and introduces her superchef husband to the tastes and flavors of Korea. (New York, New York, April 2011) Korean food isn't shy. It's about loud, punchy flavors, about ingredients that take time to pickle and ferment, about soups that come together quickly with a rolling boil and barbeque cooked over an open fire built right into the dinner table. It's about banchan, the huge variety of side dishes that accompany every Korean meal, and also about communal eating. It's about sharing food and time with family, about a culture that's simultaneously rooted in tradition and devoted to innovation. Korean food is healthy, satisfying and it's entirely fun,...More
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Distribution
Cinema Service (시네마서비스)
International sales
Cinema Service (시네마서비스)
Staff
 Park Kok-ji (박곡지)
 Editor
 Jeong Hoon-tak (정훈탁)
 Casting
Technics
120 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35) Dolby SRD
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www.madeleine.co.kr/...
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Release date in South Korea : 2003/01/10
 Korea, South - 2003/1/10

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:D
2011-03-04 03:05:37
2009-05-07 22:58:59
i lOvE iT., sO cUtE., LUV.LUV.LUV!!! ;)
A simple plot about relationship between two persons and yet it touched deeply in my heart.
2006-09-18 00:23:31

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