Bomnareun Ganda (One Fine Spring Day) (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

Bomnareun Ganda (One Fine Spring Day) (2001)

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Urban recording engineer Lee Sang-wu travels to the small town of Kangneung to do a job for local radio host Han Eun-su. As the two work together on a segment for Eun-su's show, a hesitant romance is born. Their time together is short and after Sang-wu returns to the city, they miss each other. Months pass and, unable to restrain her feelings any longer, Eun-su leaves Kangneung to see Sang-wu.

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Critic Reviews for Bomnareun Ganda (One Fine Spring Day)

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It's sublime, modest and lyrical -- much like a work by Ozu.

July 22, 2005 | Rating: A | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Bomnareun Ganda (One Fine Spring Day)

One Fine Spring Day was a film where all the faces of love were presented through visually emotional camera and with powerful acting. It concentrated on describing the main characters. Sang-Woo a single sound engineer living with his grandmother who suffers of Alzheimer and Eun-Su, a radio show host, who lived by herself in a small messy apartment. They met while recording the sound of wind in a bamboo forest for her radio show, and a relationship develops between them. The film observed them over the course of the changing seasons in Korea, starting in the Spring. The pace is kind of slow, and the characters didn't really change that much, but the film was beautiful and lovely to listen to the music, and it was definitely worth seeing. For me the male lead (Ji-tae Yu) was very good in his role.

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