Yesterday, my dude and I went to Angono Plaza and registered to a “Computer-School-On-Wheels” program by the Mayor of Angono. We spent almost 3 hours there just to register, from 7 am to 10 am. However, the registration doesn’t have a connection of what i am going to write here today. And so, speaking of what I am going to blog, I have watched another Korean Movie yesterday. I don’t know why I am fond of watching Korean Movies nowadays. The title of the movie is Love, So Divine.
Love So Divine. A Korean Movie Starring Kwon Sang Woo (a Never-been-in-love & soon-to-be-priest, Kim “Peter” Kyushik) and Ha Ji Won (a Bratinella girl, not-so-religious woman named Yang Bong-hie who came all along from America to Korea just to see her “boyfriend” who dumped her so badly). It is a Romantic Comedy movie that everyone should watch.
Seminarians Kyushik and Sundal are sent into the country for a month of service under the elderly Father Nam. Upon their arrival, Kyushik meets Father Nam’s niece, Bong-hie, who has flown across from the United States to see her boyfriend. However, when her boyfriend ends their relationship, Bong-hie finds herself stranded at her uncle’s church with nowhere else to go. And so, Kyushik was assigned to train Bong-hie some religious manners for her baptismal, and if Kyushik succeeded, he will pass the ordination and become a priest. But eventually, they become attracted to one another and Kyushik is forced to question his commitment to the priesthood.
The movie was good. It’s funny to watch and sure many of you if you haven’t watched it yet, you’ll surely can relate. Here are some pictures of some scenes of the movie.
The choral representation for the newly wedding couple of the church.
The first time he gave Bong-hie a bible.
And my favorite part of the movie. Kyushik wrote here his feelings that he can’t say to Bong-hie. He said “Don’t step into my heart” . He have now feelings for Bong-hie which he shouldn’t have because he is a seminarian and soon-to-be-priest.
Wanna watch on Youtube? Click HERE.
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