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Solace (사랑할 때 이야기하는 것들)

사랑할 때 이야기하는 것들 (Sa-lang-hal Ddae I-ya-gi-ha-neun Geot-deul)

Directed by Byeon Seung-wook (변승욱)

Screenplay by ,

Drama Melodrama Romance

114min | Release date in South Korea :


For local pharmacist In-ku, marriage has always been the lowest priority because of his need to take care of his mentally-ill brother. In his life comes along Hye-ran, an imitation clothing designer, who leads a hard life as she tries to repay the debts left by her father. A chance encounter allows them to recognize what they have been missing, and to find solace in each other. However, as their love grows, so do each of their burdens.


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Release date in South Korea : 2006/11/30
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As of 2006.12.03 : 103,012 admissions (total)

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would this couple's problem be "sandwich generation" in japan? or babyboomers in america?
2008-03-27 00:05:01
2007-08-17 04:58:00
a resonant movie esp if you're over 30. also a rare case of substance over style.
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