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Movie: Once in a Summer
Revised romanization: Geuhae Yeoreum
Hangul: 그해 여름
Director: Jo Geun-Sik
Writer: Kim Eun-Hee, Jo Geun-Sik, Lee Sook-Yun, Son Hyun-Hee, Min So-Yeon
Producer: Park Mu-Seung
Cinematographer: Lee Yeong-Deok
Release Date: November 30, 2006
Runtime: 121 Minutes
Studio: KM Culture
Country: South Korea
SUBTITLES : ENGLISH - KOREAN
To make up for her poor performance as an assistant producer, a girl promises to have her reserved but very renowned professor appear on their television series. The show involves locating the long-lost loved ones of the participant's past. Although hesitant at first, the professor finally agrees. His story takes the assistant back 50 years—1969—when the world is in chaos.
President Park Chung-hee is a dictator and the students are furious. Suk-young and a group of his classmates travel to the country to escape the tense city and help a small village become up-to-date with newly invented technology. It is there he meets Jung-in, a very pretty girl who is the custodian of the only library. Cheerful and happy, they first run across each other when Suk-young hears Jung-in singing while hanging up laundry. Over the period of time that Suk-young is at the village, they get to know each other more. Although Jung-in is hesitant, she gradually opens up to Suk-young. However, their bumpy courtship is threatened by dark secrets that Jung-in hides about her family and their history in the village, secrets that will haunt the pair as the volatile political climate catches up with them.
Lee Byung-hun as Yun Suk-young
Soo Ae as Seo Jung-in
Choi Deok-moon as Suk-young's senior
Jeong Seok-yong as Mr. Kim
Lee Hye-eun as Bok-ja
Lee Se-eun as Lee Su-jin
Na Ki-soo as Suk-young's father
Oh Dal-su as Nam Gyun-soo
Yoo Hae-jin as PD Kim
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