By mistake, film director Ham Chun Su arrives in Suwon a day early. With time to kill before his lecture the next day, Chun Su stops by a restored, old palace and meets an artist named Yoon Hee Jung. Together, they go to Hee Jung's workshop to look at her paintings, have Sushi with Soju for dinner, and get close. Later, they go to another cafe and have more drinks with Hee Jung's acquaintances. When asked if he is married, Chun Su is forced to reveal the fact that he is, and Hee Jung gets deeply disappointed... In the second part of the film, a similar story of meeting and parting unfolds. Here, the woman's voice seems intimidated and her body crouched. The man and the woman go about to the same places, but this time the man strips himself and whatnot. (Source: KoBiz) Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
Cast & Credits
Right Now, Wrong Then offers the same scenario with the same characters and the same long, stoically quiet settings as if you wanted to check a scientific experiment for its repeatability. He achieves not only limelight and an apparent ease, but has in himself much potential for humor, which lies between the lines. In addition, or just because the director Hong Sang-soo can speak almost the same repeated sentences his actors and films, everything appears in part two still very different: the actors have been working on the nuances of emphasis dialogue, now all this sounds much more perfect, charming, charming than before. A radical film concept, filled with the lightness of being.