The fact is, Korean cinema rarely disappoints. They may not always produce groundbreaking content, but at least they make sure they don’t let down those who have put their trust in them. Girl”. It’s a story about first love and the meaning it holds for the rest of her life. Follow Bo Ra as she reconciles her feelings for Woon Ho and her friendship with Yeon Doo while also sharing a… kept happy spirit that grown adults would have a hard time with to emulate. We have to admit that the characters were a bit generic, but we’re forgiven for that considering the story feels good.
Bo Ra And Woon Ho’s Love Story
It’s 1999 and Bo Ra’s best friend, Yeon Doo, is traveling to the United States to have heart surgery. She tells Bo Ra that she has fallen in love with Hyun Jin, a boy who attends her school. She doesn’t want to go anymore because she wants to stay behind and be with him. Bo Ra tells her that she is stupid (we agree) and that he will help her find out more about him. Yeon Doo leaves and Bo Ra sets out to gather all information about him. She follows him and finds out his height, his favorite drink, and even his shoe size, and regularly emails these details to her best friend. He is often with his best friend, Poong Woon Ho. One day, looking for his phone number, he goes through an entire list in the phone book before he strikes gold. On her last coin, she guesses her number, but he realizes she’s calling him. The next day, he realizes that he was chasing Woon Ho and not Hyun Jin the whole time. He tells her that if she gets him the things he wants, he will get information about his boyfriend. brings an NSFW movie from his store. She does but ends up getting caught by the teacher.
These little encounters continue until one day she injures her leg trying to save Hyun Jin from some local thugs. Hyun Jin shows up the next day and asks Bo Ra out, but she refuses and runs out of the restaurant. Woon Ho follows her and helps her tie the bandage around her leg. He politely asks her if she likes Hyun Jin. Bo Ra sees Woon Ho in a new light as he tends to her leg, and he looks very handsome doing it. She tells him that she likes him but in reality, doesn’t like him. I don’t know what’s behind such a vague statement. But Woon Ho is the mysterious hero of k-drama land, and he agrees with what she says. The next scene shows everyone going on a school field trip, where Hyun Jin tries to flirt with Bo Ra again, but she rejects him One more time. Seeing this, Woon Ho gains confidence that he has a chance after all. That night, Bo Ra gets drunk with her classmates and meets Woon Ho. She tells him he has pretty eyes and that she likes him. him.
From this moment his story begins. He tells her he misses his brother in New Zealand and wants to see her again. She asks him for a movie and he agrees. his plans. Yeon Doo returns and we learn that the person she had a crush on was Woon Ho and not Hyun Jin. Bo Ra is unable to tell her that they have started seeing each other and decides to leave voluntarily. She sends Yeon Doo to her house for the film. That night he calls Woon Ho from the phone booth. He asks you to count to 10. When she’s done, he’s standing in front of her. K-Dramas know how to cause butterflies. But everything is far from ideal when Bo Ra tells him she has no feelings for him and breaks up. with the. Returning home that evening, he recalled falling in love with her when he returned to Korea. He fell in love with her first and he wanted to tell her that before he went back to New Zealand. . There is some awkwardness between them over the next few days, and Yeon Doo notices it. Things come to a head when Woon Ho jumps in on a double date at the amusement park and Bo Ra confesses his feelings. He tells her to leave, but Bo Ra doesn’t respond and hides her feelings. Hyun Jin tells Yeon Doo that they met. On the way home, the two best friends fight and Yeon Doo tells her that she should have been honest with her.
Why Does Woon Ho Stop Contacting Bo Ra?
Later, she tells Woon Ho about the reality of Bo Ra’s feelings and encourages him not to give her up just yet. That night he looks for her, but she is in the hospital with her brother Ba Da. The next day, Yeon Doo tells him that Woon Ho is leaving and he should meet him. She arrives at the train station just in time and the two confess their feelings before parting ways. That was the last time. she saw it. They stayed in touch for a while as he was planning to go to university in Korea, but one day he stopped responding to her emails. She never hears from him again. Confused and angry, she tries to communicate with him until one day she goes on a blind date with someone named Woon Ho. She breaks down in tears and calls him one last time on a pay phone, where she tearfully tells him she will never think of him. again.
Time flies and he is a distant memory in the back of her mind. One day, when he receives an invitation to an art exhibition from someone named Joseph, he understands that it has something to do with Woon Ho and accepts. In the exhibition, she sees memories of their time together before Joseph approaches her. He is Woon Ho’s little brother and he tells him that he died so many years ago. But in his short life, he had truly loved Bo Ra and cared for her greatly. Complete 20th Century Girls. with Bo Ra watching a video Woon Ho had put together of their time together and reliving her memories and feelings from the last year of the 20th century when their love blossomed.
What Works For ’20th Century Girl’?
It’s not a complicated story. The film is clear that it is a story of love and nostalgia, and it is portrayed accurately. Aside from the characters feeling a bit cliche, it gave off a cute vibe overall. The shots are beautiful and the actors are in great shape. There’s no real villain here, just complicated feelings and a bit of misunderstanding that isn’t exactly relieved when you don’t have cell phones.
This film is a great way to spend two hours on a weekday and we wouldn’t mind recommending it to our friends. K-Drama can always be counted on to deliver a good love story, and it’s one of the saving graces of a genre hanging by a thread.