Hatsuyuki No Koi: Virgin Snow

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Year:
2007
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VIRGIN SNOW:

What a view!

I'm here!

It's spring of 2004. I was born in

Seoul and lived there ever since.

But I suddenly went to Japan

to follow my father who is a potter.

Well, I can't speak

Japanese at all.

But that's actually good.

Now I've got

an excuse not to study.

God...

Oh yeah, my name is Kim Min.

You're bleeding.

I fell off my bike.

Are you Korean?

Yes.

What's that?

That.

Omikuji.

Omikoji?

Fortune teller.

Fortune tell...

Right! Fortune telling!

You can buy one there.

It's all in Japanese.

What does it mean?

It's Daikichi.

Daikichi?

Lucky. Very lucky.

Very lucky.

I think so, too.

You may tie only

bad luck omikuji' here.

Just the bad ones only here.

Your omikuji is good.

Please keep.

Oh, keep?

Nanae, come here!

Okay.

Please keep.

With lucky.

Lee Jun-ki

Miyazaki Aoi

VIRGIN SNOW:

Min, let's have breakfast.

Help yourself.

No kimchi?

In Rome do as the Romans do.

Anyway, why is this soup bowl

so small?

And don't we need something

like a spoon for this?

They don't use

a spoon in Japan.

Since you'll be here for a year,

try to take some interest in Japan.

Not bad.

What is this?

Beating Japan with 365 words

For picking up girls?

Thank you.

'Otosu'.

To tempt and succeed.

I love this word.

Yes!

What a great day.

Aren't you...?

Huh?

Do monks go

grocery shopping, too?

Move!

Move! Move!

Move! Move! Move!

Class, this is Kim Min.

He came here with his father,

an exchange-professor in Japan.

He doesn't know

Japanese too well,

so please help him.

Yes!

Well, Min's seat is...

Ma'am, here.

Hello.

Oh, you can speak Korean.

Quality Guaranteed

Quality Guaranteed.

My name is Assa Kaori.

Nice to meet you.

Assa Kaori.

Yeah, Assa Kaori.

Her name wasn't the only thing

that was funny.

Let's go and eat something.

- Okay, let's go.

- Let's go.

Okay.

What's he doing?

Hey, what are you doing?

Hey!

You can't hear us?

- Huh?

- Yeah, you.

I mean,

where are you from?

You're stealing this bike, huh?

Give it back.

Sometimes feet are

faster than words.

Black Belt in Taekwondo,

Kim Min

Who is this girl?

Bastard still knows

how to break the mood.

You've already picked up a girl?

You just got to Japan.

First say 'hi' at least?

How's Japan? Bet it's tough

because of the language barrier.

That's why I told you

to learn music like me.

Yeah, so how's

the drumming going?

Just playing, that's all.

And don't forget to eat.

Okay. Take care of yourself.

Where are they?

Min! Min,

why are you so late?

The first class is gym.

Huh?

Don't you have a gym suit yet?

Gym suit.

Gym suit?

Here we are.

Min, the guys go there.

Hurry up.

Ippon!

Coach,

he used to be

a fencing champion in Korea.

Really?

I want to have a match with him.

Hey!

I heard that you used to be

a fencing champion in Korea.

Why don't you take this chance

to show us what you got?

What's he saying?

Oh, a welcoming ceremony!

Now you notice who I am!

Good to see you!

I look great, don't I?

Huh?

- Fight!

- Wait!

I said wait!

Give it to me.

Damn it.

Come here!

This sucks.

Fine, you're going down.

Here I go!

Min! Min!

Min! Min!

Bring him some water.

Okay.

I'm sorry.

It was my fault yesterday.

I thought that you

were stealing the bike.

What's he saying?

Is he apologizing to me?

Where are you going?

Min!

Min!

What's wrong?

Forget it!

Wait!

Min!

- What's the matter?

- Wait, Min!

Nanae!

Ohm no!

Nanae cherishes that.

What are you going to do now?

Oh, no!

The stream's too shallow!

Mom, you're drinking again?

Whatever...

You'll kill yourself like this.

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