A Moment to Remember

Synopsis: A Korean love story about a young couple's enduring love, which is tested when 27 year old Sun-jin is diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer's disease.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): John H. Lee
Production: CJ Entertainment
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
8.2
Year:
2004
117 min
758 Views


CJ Entertainment presents

A Sidus Pictures Production

A Moment to Remember

Hey...

Can I bum a light?

No, not that, got a light?

When a memory's gone...

So is the soul, they say.

Ah, memory!

When a memory's gone

so is the soul.

Some story, eh?

Hey, man, let me tell you

a story about memory.

When you were walking

towards me.

I saw you smoking.

That's a memory.

You know

what I'm waiting for here?

Not a cigarette light.

I'm waiting for the light.

Sharing a cigarette light

means sharing the light.

So...

Hey Miss...

Got a light?

When will I ever smoke this?

The train is now approaching.

Please wait behind the yellow line.

You gave me a dollar.

Damn, not again.

Here you go.

Hurry.

Come on!

You must've been in a hurry.

So you're through with him?

What did I tell you?

I knew it!

Did you eat dinner?

Are you hungry?

Dad's gonna kill you!

Is that her?

She doesn't look

stupid or anything.

Look at those eyes.

Totally foxy.

- Do you like your desk?

- Yes

Welcome to our team.

How about a fresh start on the new floor?

Being such a feminine

and sensitive woman as you are...

Can you do men's wear?

You should help me.

I'll learn.

I bet you will.

You look just perfect

for the job.

I'm Anna JUNG

Nice to meet you,

I'm KIM Su-jin.

I've heard a lot about you.

From Yeon-suk,

your ex-boyfriend's wife.

She and I went to college together.

Oh, she's not his wife anymore.

Here?

Shorter.

Here?

You sure?

I don't get it.

Getting a cut doesn't help

forget the past.

Wait!

Right here.

Don't get caught up in it.

Time heals everything.

Feels so good

going out with my little girl.

Don't you hate me?

I've given

the family a bad name.

You had to go to police station

many times because of me...

I did?

To forget easily is a gift.

Let go of your old mistakes.

Make a fresh start.

It won't take long.

Want to come along?

Go ahead.

So dusty!

With the sleepy spring breeze

all around you...

Here's a song to wake you up.

Ill be back tomorrow.

And this is the last song for today.

La Paloma.

What's wrong with you?

If we don't finish this right now,

what are you gonna do with it?

Am I talking to a wall?

We're talking in circles.

Stop wasting my time!

- You son of a...

- What's the matter?

Sir!

The cement trucks are all here.

But this jerk here won't let

them do their job.

Do you know what it'll cost us

if we send them back?

Fine, go ahead, pour all of the sh*t!

It won't be my mess.

Don't come crying to me later.

Damn it!

What the...

Who does he think he is?

Wait...

You're the foreman, right?

What's your name?

That's the 30th time you've asked!

It's CHOI Chul-soo.

I'm sorry, Choi.

What's the problem?

Problem?

The mold isn't strong enough

to hold the concrete.

- Damn!

- It rained like hell last week.

And we're not even done

with the scaffolding.

What if it collapses

after people move in?

Collapse? Don't jinx it, boy!

Okay, Choi.

Let me take a look.

No way we can finish this

by tomorrow morning.

Do it the day after tomorrow

for your own sake.

You don't know

what you're talking about.

You're a frigging carpenter!

Look, I'm telling you this

from my experience.

Do it today

and it will collapse.

Do you want to be

on the prime-time news?

Some temper he has!

Who?

Let's go eat.

I thought the renovations

would be done by now.

I'm screwed!

They'll fire me.

I had my buddy do the project,

but he took the money and ran.

Damn, I already paid him.

Jesus.

Let me see what I can do.

There might be a way.

Really?

How?

I know some people.

Dad, are you sure?

Of course! I'm your favorite

pushover, am I not?

No, you're not a pushover!

You're my Christmas!

What?

I mean Santa Claus!

Enough.

I'll send someone over.

Let the guys deal with him.

Okay?

He's... rough, very violent.

Don't mess with him.

So glad you made it!

Let's have some coffee

in my office.

Where's the site?

This way.

Where's the floor plan?

We don't have any.

The guy ran off.

Why's the wallpaper torn?

Hey! Pardon... What the! Wait!

Leave it please!

We're out of time here.

This is what you call a slapdash job.

The whole wall has to go.

Walking home?

Yes... No!

I'm taking the bus... No, taxi...

I'm taking a taxi.

Are you okay?

Yes.

You sell these

on the subway or something?

These are all here?

I lose pens all the time.

Won't it cost money

to fix the door?

Get in through here.

Wait! Wait!

Hold on to this.

Okay.

Comfortable?

What's the baseball bat for?

Do you beat up

people with it?

Why would you

beat up people?

I'm sorry.

For what?

For snatching your coke.

I'm, you know...

I'm very... uh, very...

Forgetful!

How'd you remember

me anyway?

Is this the exit?

Hey, you're seeing

somebody today, right?

Don't you dare

pick up a hunk alone.

Hunk?

All you girls talk about...

Looking for someone?

Well, where is...

That tall mustachio?

He's working on the site

so couldn't come.

People down here are

in charge now, I heard.

Thank you so much

Su-jin.

Your father plays golf, right?

I'll give a call later.

- What are you doing?

- Jesus! Oh God!

What hunks?

I don't even see ghosts.

I have to go pee!

- She has to go pee!

- Be quiet!

Trust me on this, okay?

Let's go.

Mr. Park is a jerk.

He never pays on time.

You should push the prick

to save our asses.

He'll pay on time this month.

I don't care about the style.

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