CAFE NOIR

By Sung-Il JUNG

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Romance - Completed 2009

A musical variation of Goethe’s <The Sorrows of Young Werther> or Dostoevsky’s <White Nights>

    • Year of production
    • 2009
    • Genres
    • Romance
    • Countries
    • KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN
    • Director(s)
    • Sung-Il JUNG
    • Synopsis
    • On Christmas Eve in Seoul. Young-soo falls in love with Mee-yeon who is his student’s mother. This extramarital love affair cannot continue because her husband is back. One day, Young-soo receives a birthday invitation card from his student – Mee-yeon’s daughter. He has determined to kill her husband and save Mee-yeon but it didn’t work out. In a full of despair, he jumps into Han River to suicide.
      After all the troubles, he survives and suddenly a girl shows up. Sun-hwa is waiting for her boy friend who promised to come back in one year. Young-soo finds himself being attracted to her for some reason and suddenly Sun-hwa, tired of being waiting, asks him to go somewhere with her. Can Young-soo start a new relationship? Isn’t Mee-yeon coming? Why hasn’t Sun-hwa’s boy friend come back?
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