That day Bongwan's wife finds a love note, bursts into the office, and mistakes Areum for the woman who left.
Kwon returns to Seoul from the mountains and is given a packet of letters from Mori back from Japan to propose to her. She reads them and has to make sense of the chronology - and so must we?
Plot Summary Yongsoo goes to meet a friend and they discuss Minjong, his girlfriend with whom he intends to marry.
She has been seen drinking heavily in one of the local bars and when Minjong is confronted by Yongsoo she denies it was her, but Yongsoo is unable to ignore the rumours.
And then consider the locations (I'd guess this was filmed in Hongdae); from coffee bars to streams and parks: we are miles away from the hectic urban centre of Seoul which is the typical backdrop of most Korean films.
Minjong (Lee You-young) is certainly a complicated character, and one who doesn't always have the audience's sympathy.
Hong Sang-soo, who makes films about relationships, has been called the Woody Allen of Asia and you can see why.
His characters are somewhat world weary, and in the case of Yongsoo, given to moments of self pity and despair.
The memories of the woman who left weigh down on him.
😂 Lee Sung Kyung and Nam Joo Hyuk, did you watch the concert together??
In RL I was busy trying to transition to a new job.
But let’s not forget the fine print – “복주녕 Forever,” he captioned, which translates to the pair’s on-screen couple name Bok Joon Hyung. When you expect the typical K-drama fodder of totally fluffy, PG-13 smooches and you get overly passionate kisses feat a lil’ hair tug here and some neck action there (hide yo eyes, kids).
©owner pic.twitter.com/ow GBMr YDoy — Annnnnnnnaaaaaaaaaaa (@shamrock53210) April 16, 2017 The Coldplay concert was a star-studded affair with many top-notch celebrities in attendance, including our one and only Bok Joon Hyung couple!