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Parts of it that make it all hang together really disturb me. For instance, the younger man also is interested in the lead lady. But that isn't kosher-she is married. Where I come from that is grounds for gun fire. What troubles me is the writer posing that as just a way to make the story work instead of a serious problem the young jerk has.
There was a movie in the US that was so special they remade it three times. The second time starred Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr (I think). They were to meet at the top the Empire State Building. Generations have enjoyed and cried thru this movie. Now this Korean-made movie is as good as that one. It as special in its own way. I have watched it many times in the past month and expect to watch it many more. It is a wonderful experience you don't want to miss.
This lady as a lead has serious bad luck. I have seen her in two shows: "Fashion King" and "When A Man Loves". Both shows had possibilities but crashed and burned. "Fashion..." one of the top two worst soaps ever. The other was Birdie something other about golf. The other show by this lead lady ("when a Man Loves") was about a woman active involved sexually with one man while engaged to another. This isn't romance and it isn't porno but it sure felt dirty. The point and it's solely my opinion: I wouldn't trust this lady to star in Snow White for my time.