Come Rain, Come Shine

Synopsis: An architect is driving his woman, who is a publisher, to the airport and he tells that he intends to move to her house and his office in her basement to save money; however, she tells that she will leave him since she has met another man. They are surprised by a storm and they stay trapped in her apartment. They find a cat in a hole in front of the apartment and the man rescues the animal. Soon their neighbors arrive in the apartment seeking for the cat, but the animal is hidden. Meanwhile they prepare dinner together.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Yoon-ki Lee
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Year:
2011
105 min
71 Views


Presented by

NEW / East Gate Partners LLC

In association with

October Pictures

Distributed by

NEW:

Produced by

bom film productions Co., Ltd.

Subtitle by

Dr. Muhammad Awais Amin

We're ok with the time, right?

How long will it take?

Around 30 minutes.

Since it's Gimpo Airport,

checking in won't take long.

What about lunch?

Will you be okay?

I can eat on the plane.

But in-flight meals are blah.

Grab a bite at the airport.

We'll see.

So, you're back in 2 days?

Yeah.

That makes it... Saturday.

What time?

I'll pick you up.

What's with you?

Don't bother.

It's okay.

It's a weekend.

You'll be caught in traffic.

So don't bother.

which will continue

throughout the weekend

But, from Sunday afternoon,

the Southern region

shows signs of hurricane

activities.

Tokyo and then Osaka...

2 nights and 3 days is a bit short.

Why not stay longer?

It's a shame to go there just for work.

It'll be weird to stay behind

when everyone else is returning.

Oh, and... KIM Sunghoon's going, right?

The photographer.

Yeah, why?

He lent me his work last time.

Please thank him for me.

Okay.

His photos are great.

Especially the portraits.

Want something to drink?

What do you have?

Coffee and fruit juice.

Coffee then.

It'll be sweet since it's latte.

I'll just drink it.

You have the juice.

It's okay.

Just give me the coffee.

Are you sure?

You don't like milk in your coffee.

It's okay.

Just give it to me.

Is it sweet?

A little.

I'm thinking of moving

my studio into the house.

How come?

It's such a hassle

to have it downtown.

When I'm working,

I'm there day and night...

It's just too far

to commute everyday.

Yeah, I know. but...

Well, I guess you're right.

But won't it affect your work?

I discussed it with colleagues.

They all said okay.

It's not like a daily teamwork job,

anyway.

I'll just stop by

for office meetings.

Then... I should empty

a room for you.

It's okay.

I can use the basement studio.

Really? That space is

already quite packed.

Don't worry.

I can rearrange things a bit.

Yeah, but still...

I'm the basement-type anyway.

And since you work at home a lot,

we'll have more time together.

Is that why you're moving in?

Cause I might need company?

It's not just that.

I'll be more comfortable at home.

And...

I can save on rent.

I guess so.

Listen.

I'm moving out.

What do you mean?

I'm moving out of the house.

What're you talking about?

I've made up my mind.

I'm leaving you.

I'll just make things simple

and move out.

So it won't be a hassle for you.

I've really thought hard

to come to this decision.

Although you probably

couldn't understand.

So, there's no room

for reconsideration?

I'm sorry.

What are you planning to do?

I can take care of myself.

Is there someone else?

Yes.

But you already knew that, right?

Don't you want to know

who it is?

Well,

I don't know what to say.

Anyway, okay. I got it.

Will you be okay?

I don't know.

I guess so.

I guess I will be.

COME RAIN, COME SHINE

Yeah, mom.

What are you doing?

I'm still sort of packing.

Is there a lot to do?

Just a bit.

Hello?

Um...

What's with the silence?

You made this call, remember?

Hello?

Is it also raining hard

over there?

Yeah, it's pouring.

No need to do things now

when it's raining like this.

Why don't you think it over

for a few days...

I'll call you later.

I want to finish up first.

What about dinner?

Why worry about that now.

Jeez, mom.

Just concerned

you might skip meals.

Jiseok and I are planning

to go out later.

I really don't understand

you two.

Anyway, I'll call you later.

Mom? I said I'll call later

when I'm done here.

Yeah, okay.

And now's the weather forecast.

A constant stream of rain clouds

coming out of the Wheat Sea

are creating strong showers

at 30mm/hr in the central region.

Heavy rain will hit regionally

until tomorrow morning.

There seems to be

some serious rain outside.

I know.

I made reservations for 7pm.

I wonder if it'll still be pouring.

You made reservations?

Remember the long wait

when we didn't book last time?

Right. But with all this rain...

It's always like this

whenever we try to go out.

Just like rain on a picnic day.

How's the soccer going?

The first half's over.

Scoreless.

That's no fun.

What were you doing?

Nothing much.

Why're you packing those things?

I thought you would take them

with you anyway.

Are you being helpful?

I had some time so...

I'll just leave them here.

You're not taking them?

It'll be a hassle.

I won't need them

right away anyway.

But you've been saving them up

for special occasions.

Then I'll pack and put them aside.

They're all yours.

Are you sure?

Of course.

It's been a while,

but they're still pretty.

Can you shut the staircase windows?

Rain's coming in.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

Odd.

How come I can't close it?

It shouldn't be that hard.

Next time when you're stuck,

pull it back this way...

and then shut it again.

That'll do it.

It's hard.

And I keep forgetting.

It's cause you're using strength

instead of skill.

Isn't it about time

you got used to it?

I should finish up.

The 2nd half must've started.

Go watch.

Need a man's hand?

Let me know if you do.

Nope, I can do it on my own.

Come down later.

I'll make coffee.

Are you done?

No, not yet.

What're you looking at?

Didn't your company publish it?

This is the English original.

We used this well for cooking

before the translated version

came out.

Ah, right.

Yum. You're always right on...

We had enough practice

to open a pasta place.

With your coffee and pasta,

you could probably open one.

But you make better pasta.

Mine always looks sloppy.

I don't know why I can't

make it look like yours.

Looks don't count

when the taste is good.

Look here.

It's what people wrote

when you made rigatoni with chorizo.

Yeah, chorizo with those odd-looking

brown mushrooms.

I wonder if they wrote compliments

just to be polite.

Nonsense.

I'm sure they were sincere.

Is this the last room

to go through?

Yeah.

You think you'll finish

by dinner time?

Is it because of the reservation?

It's not just that...

We can just whip

something up here.

Why go out

when it's raining like that.

Still...

It might clear up.

You're not up to going out?

No, it's not that.

You know

I love that restaurant.

Give me the trash

if you have any.

It's OK. I'll take it down when I'm done.

There's not much.

I see you've been smoking much.

I'll do it. Leave it.

Where's the trashcan?

I said I'll do it!

I'm all scatterbrained with things

lying around like this.

Take your time.

Hey.

You know I'm not mad, right?

I know.

What're you doing?

A lot of rain came in.

Need any help?

No, I'm almost done.

What's all this stuff?

I'm gonna throw them out.

They're useless anyway.

Why have you kept them

if they're useless?

I know. Come to think of it,

you're right.

I always throw things out,

and you always stock up.

Sometimes I should throw

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