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That love has no race, no language, no culture,was purely shown in this beautiful Korean,Japanese romantic drama, Virgin Snow.The movie's main key lays in the Japanese city of Kyoto where Min played by Korean hunk Lee Yun Ki, moved to live with his father,a potter, and became an exchange student for a while, where he met a Japanese girl named Nanae,(Aoi Miyazaki).Their strong desire to understand each other came up as the only communications tool they had, their body language.But their cultural gap turned out to be bigger than they imagined.Min's hot tempered character stereotyped that Korean men tend to be more aggressive than Japanese men in seeking women.While Japanese women were more reserved. But these talented actors were remarkable special in this movie and it worthy a watch.
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