Remember You

Synopsis: A man calling himself Jin-young walks into a police station to report a missing person: himself. Starting at the end of the story, Jin-young is revealed to be be Suk-won, a lawyer suffering severe memory loss and a total change of character. Formerly ruthless and calculating, the amnesiac Suk-won is kind and gentle; completely unlike the man his colleagues want for the important trial of their highest billing client, Mrs. Kim. In order to appease his firm, Suk-won goes to see a psychiatrist. At the hospital he meets Jin-young, a skittish woman he is inexplicably drawn to even as she does her best to steer clear him. As Suk-won investigates both his own past and Mrs. Kim's case the tragic truth of his and Jin-young's enduring connection to each other is revealed, bringing Suk-won full circle in a story of loss and the pain of remembrance.
Director(s): Yoon-Jung Lee
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.7
Year:
2016
106 min
8 Views

CJ ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

A W FACTORY PRODUCTION

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

JEONG TAE-SUNG

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

MICHELLE KWON:

I want to file

a missing person's report.

Tell me the sex,

age and physical description

of the missing person.

Height's a little over 180cm.

The hair's slightly long.

What's your relation to

the missing person?

It's me.

I'm filing my own

missing person's report.

JUNG WOO-SUNG

KIM HA-NEL

REMEMBER YOU:

What's that?

Well...

It looks like a last will.

To whoever remembers me.

Find him, now.

- If he dies, it'll be a big problem.

- Yes, sir!

I really hope you get to

read this fetter,

but! don't remember you.

I'm so sorry.

The pieces in my head

just don't connect.

If this letter luckily finds you,

If you get to find me,

It'll mean that you're

someone really precious to me.

Kim Jin-young.

Kim Jin-young.

Kim Jin-young.

Kim Jin-young, please come to

reception. I repeat,

Kim Jin-young, please come to

reception.

Give me the completed form.

I'd like to make an appointment.

How long will I have to wait?

What's your name, sir?

Yeon Suk-won.

Just a moment.

They said I was hospitalized for

over 10 months from the accident.

I lost my memory, but

since I had to live,

I trained myself to return

to my normal life.

Everything else was fine,

but strangely enough,

cars were still difficult.

Aren't you getting in?

The only place I could return to

was my home

that I had no memory of.

APARTMENT 1203 was my home

that I had no memory of.

I guess I'm someone with

a complicated past.

Yeon!

Are you home?

Yeon! Are you there?

Yeon, what's going on?

Suk-won!

Are you home?

Who is it?

Hey.

I thought you were dead.

You scared me.

What were you up to?

Did you just get up?

Where' re your jacket?

Here it is.

I've never seen this man before.

Hey, did you eat?

Here.

This stranger's asking me

if I'd eaten.

It's basically empty.

Or maybe he's not a stranger?

Why haven't you called?

I don't have a phone.

Exactly.

What am I supposed to do when you

have no phone and you don't call?

Here it is, a phone.

Is this a phone?

Now, look.

Okay?

Got it, right?

You always had a good memory.

Now I remember!

Oh Gwon-ho.

Shillim-dong rotten tofu.

Do you remember?

Hey.

Hey.

Why do you look so old?

Hey.

It happens when you have three kids.

Enough.

Let's go.

You'll get both of us late.

Now?

Where to?

Seocho-go, Seocho-dong.

58-1, Room 1301.

Law firm, 'Joongjung'.

Why do I have to be there?

Because you and I are partners.

I can take care of the trials

and consultations,

but we're losing client without you.

I don't get it.

We're not that different.

I've become a lawyer?

I was going to skip my bar exam

and get a job.

Why else would I be here?

So you know about it?

My condition?

What about your condition?

That 10 years of your memory's lost?

Get in.

It's your car.

I'm not getting in.

How will you get to work?

Anyway, I'm not getting in.

Then,

are you gonna walk?

BORROWING YOUR BIKE

WILL REWARD GENEROUSLY

Seoul has changed

in the past 10 years.

I was worried about

how I'd get about.

If I'm a lawyer,

I guess I should be relieved.

Mr. Yeon.

Hello.

What a relief.

We really worried about you.

Welcome back, Mr. Yeon.

Everything okay now?

Mr. Yeon!

You're back.

How are you feeling?

Yeon!

Where are you going?

Come here.

Come.

This is your office.

Look around carefully.

You should get settled in soon.

Mr. Yeon!

Mrs. Kim Young-hee is here.

Should I let her in?

Who is she?

It's been a while.

She's glaring at me.

A strand of hair!

It must've been a serious accident.

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