review korean movie more than blue

Saturday, October 03, 2009 marina 0 Comments

aku nak share ngan korang.. masa aku g uk aku ada tgk movie dalam plane.. tajuk nya more than blue..

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nie sinopsis cite nie..


Radio PD Kay (kwon Sang-woo) meets writer Cream (Lee Bo-yeong) in high school. Kay and Cream are orphaned on the same day which brings the two together.
Although the movie stars are in their 30s, they feel young enough!
This is a new melodramatic romance film!

Extended Cast

Jeong Ae-yeon as Jenna
Nam Gyu Ri
Lee Seung-chul
Seon Ho-jin

Kim Heung-gook
Jeong Joon-ho

Produced by Kim Jho Kwang-soo
Distribution : Showbox

ore Than Blue (Hangul: 슬픔보다 더 슬픈 이야기; RR: Seulpeumboda Deo Seulpeun Iyagi) is a 2009 South Korean film. The directorial debut of poet Won Tae-yeon, it stars Kwon Sang-woo, Lee Bo-young and Lee Beom-soo in the lead roles. The film's Korean title translates as "A Story Sadder Than Sadness".[1]


Kay and Cream first meet each other in high school & both are orphans; Kay was abandoned by his parents who nevertheless left him a sizable sum of money, while Cream lost her entire family in a traffic accident. The two become soulmates and come to share a home, though Kay watches Cream switch from boyfriend to boyfriend as he keeps his own feelings for her to himself. Knowing that Cream's biggest fear is to be left alone, Kay keeps the fact that he has terminal cancer as a secret, and instead he urges her to marry a kind and healthy man. When Cream announces that she is in love with affluent doctor Joo-hwan, Kay is left heartbroken, but is satisfied that she has met her ideal partner. The audience later learns that Cream accidentally learns about Kay's illness while entering the hospital room where Kay was at due to his fainting. It was shown earlier in the movie that Cream has asked Kay what his wish was; Cream finding a good and healthy man to spend her life with was what Kay wished for. Wanting to fulfill Kay's wish, Cream fakes falling in love with Joo-hwan. This part of the movie is shown at the end from Cream's perspective. Believing Cream has really found someone she loves, Kay asked Joo-hwan's fiance to break up with him. Joo-hwan's fiance agrees under the condition that Kay lets her take photographs of him. The night before Joo-hwan and Cream's wedding, Kay found the courage to tell Cream that he loves her while Cream replies "me, too." In the end, Kay and Cream believe that they are married because they walked down the isle together when Kay is handing Cream off to Joo-hwan at their wedding.


  • Kwon Sang-woo ... Kay
  • Lee Bo-young ... Cream
  • Lee Beom-soo ... Cha Joo-hwan
  • Jeong Ae-yeon ... Jenna
  • Lee Han-wi ... President Kim
  • Sin Hyeon-tak ... Min-cheol
  • Kim Jeong-seok ... Organization chief
  • Seon Ho-jin ... Sa-pa-mi DJ
  • Park Yeong-jin ... Handsome guy at guardhouse
  • Ji Dae-han ... Singer A's engineer
  • Jung Joon-ho ... President Im
  • Lee Seung-cheol ... Singer A
  • Nam Gyu-ri ... Catgirl
  • Kim Heung-gook ... Traffic broadcast DJ


More Than Blue was released in South Korea on 11 March 2009, and topped the domestic box office on its opening weekend with 256,809 admissions.[4] As of 19 April the film had accumulated a total of 724,206 admissions,[5] and as of 12 April had grossed a total of US$3,577,302.[6]

Critical response

Lee Hyo-won of The Korea Times commented that despite its familiar premise, More Than Blue "feels more classic than cliched and the undying fidelity of the love-struck characters nostalgically evokes old romances. The talented actors also bring freshness to their parts, making them very believable and worthy of every ounce of one's empathy." Kwon Sang-woo in particular was singled out for his performance, with Lee commenting, "Kwon wins the audience's heart by bringing a certain tenderness to his character, suggesting a maturation in his acting, a palpable break away from his previous roles as a romantic tough guy."[1]

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cukupla review untuk cite more than blue..

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