Troubled celebrity Choong Ui gets into trouble with the law. He is then forced to do volunteer work at a health-care facility for the terminally ill that is about to be closed down. While working at the hospice, he is able to come to terms with his own psychological wounds and, at the same time, help the patients to continue with their dreams.
Cast & Credits
The story was beautiful. This movie takes us on a journey, the journey of life. By the end of this movie, I was in tears. As, I explained it to my husband, yes they were sad tears, but at the same time they were meaningful tears. I was sitting here thinking, if that were me, could I still smile? Could I still love? I don't know, but it made me FEEL. The final message: Live.
The acting was great. From the pretentious star, to the thug drummer, to the little girl on the keyboard, you are drawn into all their stories and how they come together. Hong Ki showed a lot of potential as the main. Jun Min Suh is a little girl we are going to have to watch out for as she gets older.
The music was perfect, especially the main song.
I won't re-watch this. Once was enough crying for me.
This is a sad but meaningful story, sharing a variety of characters and their stories, they way they lived their lives, their regrets but also their joys.
I've experienced both laughter and tears for this movie, and even though I tried to predict what would happen in the end it was so much more heartfelt that what i had imagined.
Watching all the characters grow and change in a successful progression in the short amount of time that we know them in the movie, it makes the ending just that little bit more saddening.
I'm glad this was Hong Ki's first major role in a film he did a really good job! and it's my first time seeing Baek Jin Hee too who impressed me :) I love the songs and the meaningful lyrics shown in this film and how well it was carried out with their voices!
Not sure about whether I would re-watch this again because of the tears but I'm glad I've watched it!