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[Local and Foreign Films With English Subtitles]

2004/07/02 Source

▣ Orin Sinbu (My Little Bride) (2004)
Seoul Selection Bookstore
Saturday at noon
Starring two popular young actors, the Romantic Comedy "My Little Bride" tells of the most unlikeliest of marriages. Kim Rae-won plays Sang-min, a brash college art student with an overactive libido, while 17-year-old actress Moon Keun-young portrays the high school student Bo-un. Due to an old promise made by their respective grandfathers, the two are forced by their families to get married. (But Bo-un's parents insist there be no hanky panky until the bride at least graduates from college.) Although they've known each other for their whole lives, the young couple predictably have a hard time getting used to their new domestic circumstances, especially Bo-un, who does her best to pretend the whole situation isn't happening. Kim and Moon are perfectly adorable as the young husband and wife and save the film from its more saccharine moments. On DVD. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets: 3,000 won. Details: (02) 734-9565 or

- Joon Soh

▣ Oh! Soojung (The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors) (2000)
KNTO Building
Tuesdays at 4 p.m.

Hong Sang-su's black-and-white film shows the dynamics within a sexual relationship from two distinctly different points of view. Located near exit 5 of Chonggak Station on subway line 1. Free. Details: (02) 729-9497/8.

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