Twenty-six minutes of pure love. A short story about a woman who waits for the man she loves every single day. It's a romance between the borders of South and North Korea, a love story that knows no boundary. Though the main concept of this is 'long distance relationship', the viewers who experienced great love would felt the longing Moon Chae Woon depicted on this movie: the longing to be with the one you truly loved. This is not just for those families who were been separated due to political rift between countries on Korea, but this is a movie for all. This is the movie for those who are waiting for their loved ones, for those sons or daughters asking to be loved by their parents, for those who still hope for another chance, for those who did not given a chance to say a proper goodbye, and for those people who are longing to fall in love and be loved in return. Once you experience a love that's so powerful and great, it will always stay with you even after that chapter of your life ended. A movie that will leave you breathless, melancholic, and lastly longing for a love that can last for a lifetime. A love that knows no bound, a love that transcends through time.
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