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[New Movie] "A Fine Day to Walk" Explores Life's Unexpected Changes

2018/09/22 | 268 views | Permalink | Source


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"A Fine Day to Walk" (2015)

Directed by Bae Yong-joo

With Jo Choon-ho, Park Ji-yeon-II, Yoon Hae-min, Kim Sae-byuk, Oh Jin-ha, Park Joo-hwan,...

Synopsis
This is a moment that might be the last in my life and it's a great day for a walk.
A road movie that realizes true happiness and joy of life through a trip.

Sang-wook grew up under wise parents without causing any trouble for them. He graduated from an elite school and is working hard. He's looking forward marrying his girlfriend and he's so happy that no one can make him feel any worse. However, he is diagnosed with cancer.

Sang-wook goes on a business trip to Jeju Island. Those who are carrying bags that look heavier than his heart have bright smiles on their faces. He follows them out of curiosity and end up in Olle-gil. He's nearly out of breath and his working shoes make his feet hurt, but he feels alive in the nature and new experience.

The wonderful scenery and sounds of the waves lead to encounters with people who share the same thoughts. Will Sang-wook's journey continue?


Release date in Korea : 2018/10/11

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