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Love Forecast

Love Forecast

Jan. 15, 2015 South Korea118 Min.
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Director

Park Jin-Pyo
Director

Cast

Lee Seung-gi isKang Joon-soo
Kang Joon-soo
Moon Chae-won isKim Hyun-woo
Kim Hyun-woo
Lee Seo-jin isDong-jin
Dong-jin
Lizzy isMin-ah
Min-ah
Son Ga-In isJoon-soo's girlfriend 2
Joon-soo's girlfriend 2

Synopsis

Whenever elementary school teacher Kang Joon-soo (Lee Seung-gi) falls in love, he always gives too much of himself to the relationship. Yet despite that, he ends up being the one getting dumped by his girlfriends. Joon-soo has been friends for 18 years with Kim Hyun-woo (Moon Chae-won), a weather forecaster whose beauty belies her witty tongue and aggressive manner.

Love Forecast
Love Forecast
Love Forecast
Original title오늘의 연애
IMDb Rating6.3 712 votes
TMDb Rating6.4 13 votes

(4) comments

  • Annie papiFebruary 25, 2015Reply

    The movie to fall in love with

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • annmichelle-tFebruary 25, 2015Reply

    An enjoyable slice of life of ‘some’ lovers in modern Seoul

    First of all, I adore Seung Gi Lee. When I heard about this movie, I
    thought if anyone can play a patient and loving guy following the girl
    of his dreams (well, not really, but I won’t spill the beans!) all
    those years with no end in sight (seemingly!) Mr. Lee certainly can.
    And I wasn’t disappointed. What’s more, I also enjoy Lee’s interactions
    with his co-star, the said girl who liked to chase but didn’t know what
    she’s chasing, and all those details that’s the day to day life but
    also a subtle yet telling portrait of the ‘some’ relationship of our
    couple. By the way, ‘some’ here, a Korean word, means the vague state
    between ”I like you” and ”I love you,” or between ”I kind of like you”
    and ”I definitely love you.” To see how the two leads negotiate that
    treacherous landscape and find what they want is the essence of this
    movie. I am very glad that I made the journey with them.

  • airen-5597February 26, 2015Reply

    Let’s all look for a Jun Su

    I liked the approach, the fun parts and the sweetness of the couple. I
    loved the plot to some extent but what saved the movie for me was the
    male lead.

    All the girls nowadays look for bad boys. I think it’s as stupid as
    believing in Santa close. Making the male lead a sweet and nice guy
    gave the movie a special charm. Everything he does for the heroine
    makes any girl swoon, and I’m sure, many will know they deserve a Jun
    Su as well.

    The acting of the two leads is top notch! Bravo! And the chemistry is
    electrifying.

  • ebossertMarch 13, 2015Reply

    Another impressive effort from the land of great Rom Coms

    Note: Check me out as the ”Asian Movie Enthusiast” on YouTube, where I
    review tons of Asian movies.

    He willingly spent 18 years in the ”friend zone”, but a young man
    begins to have sultry feelings over his long-time friend (who is a
    girl). I’m a fan of Seung-gi Lee (Brilliant Legacy, The King 2Hearts,
    Gu Family Book, My Girlfriend Is A Nine-Tailed Fox) as well as the
    gorgeous Chae-won Moon (My Fair Lady, Brilliant Legacy). Both give
    energetic, admirable performances and have great chemistry. There is a
    constant presence of outside love interests from start to finish, which
    makes for good interaction as well as some tension. Characters are
    developed properly. The humor is mostly grounded and works well.

    Another impressive effort from the land of great rom coms. This level
    of quality is what we’ve come to expect from South Korea. It’s not
    quite as purely entertaining as ”My Sassy Girl” (2001), ”Couples”
    (2011), or ”Castaway on the Moon” (2009), but it’s damn good stuff. If
    a movie like this was made in the U.S., there would be an absurd amount
    of hype surrounding it.

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