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2006/09/28 | 318 views | Permalink | Source

For Horowitz (Horowitz-rul Wihayo) ("My Piano")

Seoul Selection Bookstore
11:00 A.M. SATURDAY

Directed by Kwon Hyeong-jin, the film is a human drama about a piano teacher and orphaned boy who is a music prodigy.

Kim Ji-su (played by Uhm Jung-hwa), is a 30- year-old single woman who used to dream about becoming a world-class pianist but ends up opening a small neighborhood piano school on the outskirts of Seoul.

She meets a boy named Kyung-min (Shin Eui-jae), who shows off and pesters her for no apparent reason. He is a headache at first, but after she discovers his great musical talent, her goal becomes to turn him into a renowned pianist like Vladimir Horowitz.

However, what she really wants to achieve is to gain the reputation of being a great piano teacher, which will mean success for her small piano school.

Things are not easy as she thinks. Kyung-min, who lives with his grandmother after he lost his parents in a car accident, tries to keep his distance from other people.

She gradually realizes that what the boy really needs is love, and her relationship with him then becomes almost maternal.

The venue is located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets cost 3,000 won. For more information, call (02) 734-9565 or visit www.seoulselection.com.

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