Postman to Heaven

Synopsis: Jaejoon, isn't your ordinary postman, he delivers letters to Heaven from those missing their loved ones.
Director(s): Hyung-min Lee
107 min


Are you doing good?

There isn't any problems there, right?

It has been 7 years since you've left.

Until now, I still can believe that you're gone

Ah it's been too long.

Meanwhile, I'm married

And have a kid.

I really want you to see my baby


I think I'm immature even though I'm an adult now

Even though I'm already married,

even after my daughter's born

It feels as though I'm still playing with toys.

Because to my mom,

I'm always a young child

I don't know what to do

Mom, today I looked down the veranda

and waved down to my young daughter who turned 1 year old this spring.

She was wearing a yellow school bag

And I suddenly felt as if I wanted to talk with you.


How have you been?

How's the world there?



In heaven.


Heaven's Postman

- Who are you?

- Here.


It's dangerous taking water from a stranger.

Are you dangerous?

I'm not saying that I'm dangerous.

But who are you?

Heaven's Postman


A postman who delivers mails to heaven.


The one from the fairytale?

Not fairy tale...

I deliver the mail you send to heaven.

Excuse me.

Wait a minute.

What are the heck are you doing?

What are you doing?

- There?

- What?

Read the time over there.

I knew!

Heaven's Postman!

That's what I told you before.


These days there is talk in the internet of a handsome postman who appears

And says that he delivers mail to heaven...

Oh, you do have legs.

So, you're not a ghost?

An Angel


Stop mocking me!

Then fly.

From here to there.

- Now?

- Now.


Close your eyes then.


Close then

They're closed.

Don't peek.

When I count to three,

open your eyes.








Stop there!




Lots of mail has come.

Letters for parents from their children.

A husband who left his wife.

A letter for a dead friend.

A mom who lost their daughter.

Or a lover who lost his lover.

Because people who are left behind believe there is a heaven.

But one of the letters is seriously wicked.

If that person were normal,

they wouldn't write that.

"You're so bad,

how can you go without me."

"People like you should die."

She sent foul-mouthed,

abusive words to heaven.

What do you think I should do with her?

She's narrow-minded!

You sent that letter.

Who says that?

Today you have the same envelope,

the picture with red cherries.

Because of your rude and spiteful mind.

I, a ghost, have to actually come down to talk to you about that letter.

You think I'm such trouble that a ghost should talk to me?

To tell you the truth,

I wanted to put a bomb inside the letter.

I wanted to send a bomb to heaven!

So that when he opens the letter,


He will be ripped into bits and pieces.

But he's already dead.



that coffee cup...

Is it floating in the air?


To you, do I look if I'm a crazy woman talking to herself and ordering two coffees?


Is there...

A person there?

Yes, there is!

- There is?

- Yes!

The person there,

He says he's an angel or a ghost.

What do you think I should do?

He must be insane!

Just don't talk to him and leave him alone.

You know,

I heard all of that.


what are you exactly?


I know!

To make people believe you're a postman to heaven.

- You walk from here to there around the mailbox,right?

- No, it's a part time job.

Part time job?

For example,

Delivering letters to heaven.

- Are you possibly insane?

- No

I'm just helping people who lost their loved ones, perhaps?

So what is that?

Give me more details.

There's no more because it's a secret.

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Eriko Kitagawa

Eriko Kitagawa (北川 悦吏子) (born December 24, 1961) is a Japanese screenwriter and film director. She is best known for writing Japanese television dramas, notably Long Vacation (1996), Beautiful Life (2000), Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi (2002) and Orange Days (2004).In 2009, Kitagawa made her directorial debut in the coming-of-age film Halfway, which she also wrote and co-edited. She then wrote and directed the 2012 film I Have to Buy New Shoes, a contemporary romantic comedy set in Paris. Both films were produced by her friend Shunji Iwai, and Kitagawa appeared in his 2011 documentary Friends after 3.11, which explores the aftermath of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. more…

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