Ji Sook's mother has always been proud of Ji Sook and does anything for her. She is grateful for her mother but at the same time complains that her mother treats her like a baby even though she has gotten married and is a mother herself. But one day she makes a surprise visit to her mother and takes her to a trip. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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This is a movie that will re-define your view of what a mother is. Whether it’s sacrificing her own life goals so that her child can achieve great things, or enduring a painful relationship for the sake of the children, Jisuk’s mother is a true example of how far a woman is willing to go to make her children happy.
It is a lesson on appreciating things we take for granted. Most of the time, that is something that we have from the beginning of our lives but never think twice about, because we don’t know any different: most of the time that is our own mother. Jisuk herself largely ignores her mother when she was young, wishing to get away from her family and live elsewhere. When Jisuk learns that her mother endures the beatings from her husband, simply so that her daughter can have a stable home, this is the moment that Jisuk (and the audience) realise just how deep a mother’s love is. The newly found love for her mother increases tenfold when Jisuk also becomes a mother and this is when she truly realises how much she means to her.
This is one very emotional movie so don’t be surprised if you find yourself shedding more than a few tears, especially during the latter half. I advise you have at least two packs of tissue before you begin this movie. Actually, have a third pack, just in case. You won’t forget a movie like this for a long time.
This is a must-see for everyone.