Classic (2003) poster

Details

  • Movie: Classic
  • Country: South Korea
  • Release Date: Jan 30, 2003
  • Duration: 2 hr. 12 min.
  • Genres: Romance, Youth, Drama, Melodrama, Tragedy
  • Rating: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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  • Score: 8.3 (scored by 3,446 users)
  • Ranked: #642
  • Popularity: #603
  • Watchers: 6,178

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It involves unrequited love story of parents and how their children fall in love in the present day finding their own happiness, also trying their best for their parents love...
Recommended by asiandramafan
Both stories are about people who fell in love in the past and are looking back on their love.
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The synopsis tell a story of a great lovd that has similarities with Classic
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-Same plot and conditions
-Diary
-epic love story


Recommended by Lustdrama
Same writer. Your feelings will be flipped the same (good!) way.
Recommended by angeleste
Both the movies have a theme of the entwined fate, and they're both just pretty super-duper.
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both tell the tale of a young woman finding old letter/s and discovering secrets about their Dearest female carer. (the classic is a lot better imo)
Recommended by mobosies
The story is different but both stories were pretty much equal in terms of how the story is written. It's a tear jerker but heart warming. Not to mention same actress. I start liking Son Yeh Jin. Both were my favorites.
Recommended by i_am_andi
It isn't the storyline which makes those movies similar, but the fact that both are tragic movies. Plus they have an awesome scenery. A Millionaire's First Love is shot in a way that you can feel this wonderful atmosphere and so is Classic.
Recommended by Luna
It's similar in that two youngsters fell in love while they were on a vacation. It featured innocent first loves and love lost. However, Unforgettable is insincere. It was created to manipulate tears out of gullible viewers, who probably came out to watch this movie due to the popular main cast. Classic wasn't perfect, but the story, at least the one set in the past, is more believable with more tangible sensitivity. If you want to reminisce on bittersweet first love, don't waste your time on Unforgettable and watch Classic instead.
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They have similar settings. The way the love is portrayed is slightly different but still gives you the warm feeling inside.
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