Tune in for Love (2019) Movie Script

Too bad.
Take care of it via phone or fax.
Tomorrow, we're expecting a sunny day
across the country.
You're listening to Traffic News 57.
We have passed the rush hour, but
people are still stuck in a traffic jam.
There has been an accident
in the Ha-il interchange area
in the Hanam to Ha-il section of
the Seoul Ring Expressway.
This is causing severe traffic congestion
for 3km starting from West Hanam.
People are experiencing a severe
traffic jam at Songpa highway as well.
The accident on the Seoul-bound
Gyeongbu Expressway
at the Jamwon interchange
has been handled.
However, this has caused more disruptions
on the area between Dalene to Banpo.
The traffic accident
on Gangbyeon Expressway between
Mapo Bridge and Wonhyo Bridge
has been handled
but the traffic is still congested.
It's taking at least half an hour
to get to Banpo Bridge
from Olympic Bridge and Noryang Bridge.
It will be difficult to get to Gangnam
by crossing
Seongsu, Dongho,
and Hannam Bridge.
Traffic congestion is increasing from
Cheonho Bridge to Gangbuk.
The traffic is severely congested
from Mapo Bridge to Hangang Bridge
and near Ihwa Bridge,
Dongbu Expressway as well.
The outskirts of Cheonho Bridge
is severely congested
from Gunja Bridge
to the back gate of the Seoul Grand Park.
We're not open yet.
Are you looking for something specific?
Do you have anything made with soybeans?
Tofu or...
how about soy milk?
Sure, I'll take that.
KBS FM number two
We would like to let you know
that it will be nine o'clock shortly.
Regular milk
won't do, right?
It has to have soybeans.
There's a grocery store up the street.
Broadcasting, love, and airplanes.
Do you know what these three things
have in common?
They all require the most amount of energy
at the beginning.
-It's a miracle.
I'll be hosting Music Album from today.
I'm your new host, Yoo Yeol.
Like an airplane that is taking off...
TAECHANG SUPERMARKE On October 1st 1994,
we are starting the show...
That's Yoo Yeol. He must be the new host.
I'm a huge fan of his.
Eun-ja, that guy came in so early
and asked for tofu.
-He just went into that store.
I bet he just got out of jail.
No way. Look at him.
Hurry up!
Oh, your mother is here.
-Great, thank you. Have a nice day.
See you again.
-Please visit us again.
I told you not to come
because it's the exam period.
I'll do my best.
Should I carry this?
-Go and get changed first.
-I'll take care of this. Go to school.
-I don't need to go to school.
You two can just go ahead
and do what you need to do.
Hey, why don't you need to go to school?
I quit school.
did you really get out recently?
Get out of where?
I don't really want to talk about it.
All right, fine.
Hey, Tofu.
Tell us some stories
of when you were in prison.
All right, whatever.
You two aren't related, right?
We won't tell you.
I guess we don't resemble
each other at all, right?
Was it when she was 18?
That's when she started working here.
She learned
how to knead bread dough right away,
and she became
as good as my mom very soon.
Come on.
My mom relied on Eun-ja
a lot more than me.
So we are family.
Oh, dear. I should get ready
for the evening sales.
When I was at the juvenile
detention center,
I always went to have breakfast
at 9 a.m. sharp.
And every day, I'd hear the theme music
and think to myself,
"Oh, another day has begun."
After I finish my breakfast,
I'd hear the reporter talking.
Then it'd be about 9:50 a.m.
-You're listening to...
-Then I prayed every day.
-Last week...
-"Get me out of here today.
After my prayer, the radio show would end.
Then I'd just give up.
"Nothing will happen today."
The exact same routine repeated every day,
but I said this during my prayer one day.
"I pray that at least one thing
would've changed
by the time I leave this place.
I really don't think I can go on
if nothing has changed."
There's a grocery store up the street.
Broadcasting, love, and airplanes.
Do you know what these three things
have in common?
They all require the most amount of energy
-at the beginning.
-It's a miracle.
Hello, I'll be hosting Music Album
from today.
I'm your new host, Yoo Yeol.
I see.
I guess you could think of it
as a miracle.
Miracles are nothing special.
Can you open the curtains?
Do you want something to drink?
-You're here.
He eats so well.
Is it good?
-Tilt your head over to this side.
What are you going to do?
-Can I get a mirror?
-It looks perfect.
-I need to see the mirror.
-Okay, okay. It looks perfect.
Great, perfect.
You don't need to see it.
-Will you be here tomorrow?
-I'll be here.
What about the day after that?
I'll be here.
Have a great day!
He's so handsome.
Oh, my goodness.
Girls, go home.
-What's happening?
By the way,
what year were you born in?
In 1975.
Me, too.
But I started school a year early.
All my friends were born in 1974.
I see.
What's this here?
"I hate bread. Bread, bread, bread."
Oh, that...
I wrote it there when I was little.
I used to hate bread.
I would've been so happy
if my parents had owned this place.
You're back.
Oh, you're still here?
Hey, have you ever seen
anything this cute?
No, never.
Mini cupcakes. You rock!
They're so cute.
The Christmas tree is in that box.
Can you take it out and dust it?
You can leave after that.
Tofu said he doesn't mind going home late.
He wants to help.
Would you?
Shall we try to boost our sales today?
Let's put it outside.
You can talk casually to me.
Many of my friends
are the same age as you are.
My mom always put
the Christmas tree outside,
saying we should share it with others.
It's pretty.
It's beautiful.
Those are so pretty.
Guys, it's cold.
I knew it.
-Let's put this beside it.
-This one?
Can we take a picture?
-A picture?
-The three of us together.
With everything. This cake, too.
That's such a great idea.
We should take pictures of these.
How about we name them as well?
Fly, Little Chick cake,
Draft of a Memory cake,
and The Day Long Ago cake.
What are you talking about?
There are music award shows
at the end of each year.
We should do the same for our doughnuts.
Then I'll put a star
on the one for Kim Dong-ryul.
Sure, let's do that.
Why did the construction have to begin
right around Christmas?
In the past years,
we never had enough cakes to sell.
They're building low-rise apartments.
We'll get more customers soon.
Hey, it's too loud.
Hey, buddy. Merry Christmas.
What are you doing here?
What about you?
I work in the area.
I ran away from home, you know.
Gosh, it's so freaking cold.
I'll hang out here for a bit.
Would you like some milk with that?
No, it's okay.
I should've waited
until spring to run away from home.
This is so tough.
I saved his ass.
I'm the one who got him out of jail.
I was so surprised to see him here.
If it weren't for me,
you'd be spending this Christmas in jail.
-Little chicks.
-Tweet, tweet.
-Oh, they're here.
-Chirp, chirp.
-Quack, quack.
-Yes, go on in.
-Hi, come on in.
I'll give you one. Hold on.
Miss, this has chocolate buttons.
What? Which one?
Jeez, he still rides that scooter.
-What are you doing?
-Get over here.
Let me say hi to him first. Jeez.
I'm glad you're back.
-Did you say hi?
-Do you realize what time it is?
You should have told me
it was by the intersection!
How am I supposed to know
where this place is?
Well, you should.
We all had no problem finding this place.
You're the only one who's late, you moron.
Take this and leave.
Well, we're here
to help you boost your sales.
-We don't need help.
-Okay, let's talk outside.
-Lady. Why do we have to talk outside?
-We were enjoying this.
-Get out.
Just get out.
Would it be possible
to get paid in advance?
Hurry up.
They're not bad kids.
Hey, we've got to go. Fuck, let's just go.
-Let's go.
-Let's go.
Do you think he's leaving for good?
Yes, probably.
It doesn't look like
he'll come back, right?
He's too handsome.
-Guys, what's this about?
-I want to pee.
-Tell him to drink.
-Point directly at that person.
-Don't slur your words.
-Point directly at them.
-Stop pointing at random places.
-Got it?
-Hey, drink. Chug!
Damn. You are cool.
Excuse me.
It's so cold.
What the fuck? Is this a funeral or what?
-What the hell?
Hey, you motherfucker!
-What the hell did you just say?
-Hey, don't.
What did you say
as you were walking past me?
What did you say?
What the fuck did you say?
Hey, pass it over.
Gosh, you're pretty good.
That prick pushed him! He pushed him!
Call the cops!
What? What the fuck is your problem?
I said, call the cops!
Let go, you crazy punk!
As we near the end of the year,
we often make this kind of wish.
"I want only good things
to happen to me in the new year."
But if the sunny weather continues
all the time
the area will turn into a desert.
Snow and rain nourish the soil.
Without them,
fruit-bearing trees can't grow.
So when we're making such a wish,
how about we reword it slightly?
"I want some good things to happen
to me as well in the new year."
Like this.
What about all the big companies?
You didn't get into any of them?
-Oh, dear.
Your grades are pretty good.
The hiring managers from companies
used to line up to recruit our students.
What's happening this year?
There are two places
where you can start working right away.
One of them is... You've heard of
a company called Gwangjang, right?
What do they do?
They edit company newsletters.
This is a permanent position.
They're offering
15 million won a year.
They're looking for a literature major
from our school, so you'll get the job.
The other one is...
A part-time job at a broadcasting station.
It's only for two months, though.
It's for Yoo Yeol's radio show.
When you hear that melody, it's 9:20 a.m.
After that, he reads off a script
written by someone else.
But it's not that great.
Then you hear the theme song
by Kim Kwang-jin at 10 a.m.
Gosh, you should just take the job
at the radio station.
I know nothing about radio shows.
Forget it.
I'll just listen to the show
somewhere safe.
Oh, here's something important.
Yoo Yeol started hosting the show
on October 1, 1994.
Hey, what's wrong with you?
How could you remember that?
I know, right? I can't forget that day.
I'm sorry.
It's okay.
You need a stable job.
it's "safe."
Right, I'm sure it's safer than
this part-time job at the radio station.
It's crazy to have someone else
pack your stuff for a move, you know?
Those movers that offer packing services
will go bust soon.
Their rates are three times higher
than ours.
Why would anyone hire them? Goodness.
Moving gives you a chance
to go through everything you have.
If someone else moves
even your ramekins...
Give me that. It's heavy.
Then you wouldn't know where anything is.
Right, totally.
Oh, boy.
You're right.
You answer me
so half-heartedly these days.
Gosh, I've heard you say it
at least five times.
You're the master of your own life.
That is why you need to
move your own stuff.
Take these to Mr. Kim's bookstore.
-These two bundles?
I'm coming!
I gave you extra food.
Your cooking is great.
-Aren't they the best?
-We'd like to pay.
Your total is 9,000 won.
I got a job.
I'll be able to write.
I'm sorry.
Will you make a fortune in about a year
now that you've got a job?
I'll become super rich.
It's delicious.
You paid my tuition fees, right?
Enough, no more.
You're spending that little bit of savings
you have on my tuition fees.
You're like family to me.
Thank you, Eun-ja.
Don't mention it.
What is this?
That's my fat.
You must eat very well.
My gosh, well done.
-Hey, you're here.
-I'm back.
-Hey, Hyeon-u. You're here.
U-sik asked me to drop these off.
All right, thanks.
Hello, ma'am.
Hey, Hyeon-u. Can you take my mother home?
Thank you.
I'm practically blind at night even though
I can see everything during the day.
I know.
I'm serious.
My vision is totally fine during the day.
Question. Can pigs see the sky or not?
Why won't pigs be able to see the sky?
They just have to lift their head up.
Wrong. It is known that pigs can't lift
their head up high enough to see the sky.
-What are these red flags?
-Pigs can only tilt
their heads back on a 45 degree angle.
They'll build apartments here.
I see.
I see. I guess they can see the sky
when they fall down.
I got a job.
Wait just a little longer.
Until I can come back to this store.
My gosh, Hyeon-u!
Who is she?
Hello, ma'am.
Well, do you...
Yes, I live in this neighborhood.
I see.
I have to take her home first.
Can you wait here?
Yes, of course.
Don't go anywhere.
-Get home safely, ma'am.
-Thank you.
Did you run here?
I'm fine.
How have you been?
I have good news.
I passed the GED.
So you continued to study.
I'm impressed. I'm proud of you.
Eun-ja will be so happy
when I tell her the news.
Eun-ja now runs a noodle soup restaurant.
I miss Eun-ja, too.
If you happen to have some time tomorrow,
how about we go for some noodle soup?
My military service begins tomorrow.
You must be tired.
-No, I'm fine.
-You don't need to walk me home.
It's okay.
In the morning, I thought
it'd be just one of those ordinary days,
but it ended up being a very special day.
Who knew meeting someone again
could be this exciting?
This is it. This is where I live.
-This building?
Thank you for walking me home.
No problem.
I'm so happy
I ran into you today.
Same here.
Take care of yourself in the army.
I will.
I must be nervous now.
I wrote my ID number wrong.
Your ID number?
Yes, my student ID number.
It's like your social security number.
I see. You get an identification number
from school.
It's not a big deal.
You must be cold.
Wait here for just a moment.
Don't come in until I tell you to, okay?
All right.
Come in.
Come in.
This is all I have.
Why is this...
Are you all right?
-How did that happen?
-There's a new--
-I'll do it.
Do you want a new one?
Don't worry about it.
Let's clean up after.
This is a summer blanket,
but it's still pretty heavy.
Hold on.
I'm sorry.
-Are you all right?
-Yes, I'm fine.
I didn't see you there.
It's heavy right?
Hyeon-u, did you get changed?
Well, yes.
Those are Eun-ja's clothes. They fit you.
These are Eun-ja's clothes.
Sorry, I'm sorry.
What's wrong?
Is there something on your back?
Should I take a look?
It's done.
Are you asleep?
Back then,
I thought
you'd never
come back.
I waited for you.
Back then...
That day,
we got into a fight with a drunk man.
I was with Tae-seong.
The probation was revoked,
I had to go back
to the juvenile detention center.
I wanted to go back to the bakery.
So badly.
Sleep tight.
You, too.
I must be nervous since it's my first day.
I was so anxious all night long.
Me, too.
This is your e-mail address.
I created an account for you.
-I'm sure you know how to use it.
Just check your inbox when I e-mail you.
And don't forget to write me back.
-Let's keep in touch this way.
I'll visit you here.
Okay, sure. I'll be waiting.
-Hello, sir.
-Hello, how can I help you?
I'm supposed to--
-Are you Kim Mi-su?
-Hello, it's nice to meet you.
-Nice to meet you, too.
This is Gwon Eun-su in Accounting.
And this is Kim Hyeon-suk.
She'll train you.
-Great, thank you.
-Train your successor.
Oh, right. Yes, sir.
-You can go to her.
-Thank you, sir.
Put them in your ears.
I forgot to write down the password.
Soon enough, you won't need to wear them.
Pardon me?
The earplugs.
I see.
When my loneliness grows
As much as my shadow has grown
My nostalgia
Takes me to that place
-There, I find you
-This stop is
-Pagoda institute. The next stop is..
-My prayer for wanting to be with you
Is this your stop?
And our last moment together
How come I haven't heard
Any news about you?
Perhaps you're too far away
By the riverside at sunset
Our old memories still...
We have a lot of stories today.
How about we start with this one?
"Hello, Mr. Yoo. I'm Doughnut.
I'm sending you this letter because
I won't be able to
meet Tofu even if he comes to see me.
I'm moving.
I've been sending e-mails
to an account that he can't even check
for several days now.
The password is my student number, Tofu!"
I feel like this story is written in code.
"Password," "student number,"
"Tofu," and "Doughnut."
Hi, Hyeon-u.
The last time I saw you, my nose
was all red because of the cold weather,
but summer is in full swing now.
I passed by our store
for the first time in ages yesterday.
The ginko leaves have grown thickly
by the road.
You remember the big ginko tree
opposite the oil shop, right?
But I heard soldiers prefer
the hot summer to the cold winter.
-The tears that I shed
-Are you well and healthy?
-On the day that we broke up
-I'm writing another e-mail today,
hoping that you'll eventually get this.
How come I haven't heard
Perhaps you're too far away
Televisions and the internet
are often considered
the best inventions of the 20th century.
What kinds of fascinating inventions
will we witness in the 21st century?
I heard about
a cool gadget that was introduced
at the International
Communications Exhibition recently.
It's called a digital camera phone.
Apparently, it's a cell phone
with a digital camera inside.
Isn't it so fascinating?
This means that we can easily store photos
of moments we want to cherish.
If this phone becomes
available on the market,
what's the first picture you would like
to take?
Hey, Mi-su. It's me, Hyeon-u.
I've figured out the password.
You must be surprised.
I went to your place
when I came out during my leaves,
and also after I was discharged,
but you'd moved away.
Excuse me.
Is that room vacant now?
You're probably wondering
how I figured out the password.
This is the address.
What's the door code?
It's 262670.
It's 262670.
Right, 670.
-Actually, this is how I found out.
-Excuse me. This is the door code
the previous tenant used, right?
Let me see. Yes, I think so.
No, wait. I'm going to keep it a secret.
I'll tell you when I see you.
You will be surprised.
-Sir, can I use the computer?
I got in.
Why are you sleeping there?
Sleep in the room.
I'm impressed that you managed
to figure out the password.
I even sent the story
to Yoo Yeol's Music Album
to tell you what the password is.
Give me your number.
I'll call you between noon
and 1 p.m. tomorrow.
What are you doing?
Hey, is this really it?
We get paid for this?
Hey, just relax and walk around.
That's all I've been doing.
You're doing great.
Yes, it's me.
How have you been?
Well, you know.
I've just been working hard.
You're still so cheerful.
Just hearing your voice
is brightening up my day.
I miss you.
Do you still work there?
What kind of work do you think I do?
Something you wanted to do?
Eun-ja used to say every day
that you're such a great writer.
I guess I can say it's related.
I'll call you later. Around 6 p.m.?
Oh, okay. Then...
I'll be waiting for your call at 6 p.m.
Let's meet up this evening.
-I'll call you.
The person you are trying to reach
is unavailable at this time.
Please leave a message after the tone.
The person you are trying to reach
is unavailable...
Look at this!
please be quiet.
You ran away with the membership fees,
which are four million won per person.
And there are over 100 members.
These days, so many fitness clubs
change their names
to accept new members
just so they can scam them.
-We told you that we don't know anything.
-We're all part-timers!
I really didn't know anything.
When everyone was fighting,
I let people punch me
without hitting anyone.
And I'm in college now.
-I didn't do--
-I can't hear you. Pardon?
I get it, so just be quiet, okay?
Hey, well done.
Wait for me.
-Hey, thanks for taking care of that.
-Come with us.
-Hey, I was just trying to help you.
-Tae-seong did his best to help you.
-He really did.
He got you the job
so that you could earn some money.
Are you really not coming?
Let's please try to live decent lives!
-Even Tae-seong was fooled by the owner.
-So you're going to ditch us?
-Cha Hyeon-u.
It's not like Tae-seong did it on purpose!
Something must've come up.
I'm actually thankful
that I haven't heard from you.
I feel like a total loser these days.
I'm not really in the mood to catch up
and laugh with you after such a long time.
I hate myself.
I don't even want people to look at me.
I'm sad.
I made all these choices myself,
so why do I feel this anxious?
There's only one thing
that made me happy recently.
You figuring out the password.
Thanks to you, I had a good laugh.
Hyeon-u, get in touch with me
when something good happens.
I'll do the same.
Why is it so hard to start the day
Should I take it easy
With a cup of coffee
A grateful cup of coffee
That can wake me up
The smell of freesias
When I walk out the door
Yoo Yeol's Music Album
Since it's such a gorgeous day,
how about we do something to fulfill
our intellectual curiosity today?
In this segment, we learn about a book
and meet its author.
Mr. Jeong Su-man, the author of
Charming People, Their Travels,
is in the studio.
Hello. I'm Jeong Su-man, the author
of Charming People, Their Travels.
Mi-su, you can talk here.
Gosh, don't be silly.
I thought everything we say here
would be recorded as well.
Your friend is naive.
I really never imagined
that it'd be hosted in a studio
where you can't even see the outside.
I thought he was just
looking out the window
to observe every detail
of the scenery outside.
Please have a look.
Here you go.
-My gosh, you're back.
Go in.
I'm back.
-Good work, Mi-su.
Mr. Jeong sounded so nervous.
-Sounds good.
He got me all nervous.
I know, right?
-Did you take some photos?
-Yes, I did.
Jeez. Had my mother
not raided my place this morning,
I could've gone
to the broadcasting station.
-Hey, see if you can get more interviews.
-Okay, I will.
-I'm serious.
-Got it.
-I'll give you a bonus.
-Got it, sir.
Don't be all talk.
You always just say yes.
Take it easy, guys.
Okay, see you later.
Is someone moving
into the space upstairs?
Oh, I'm not sure.
They make movies or something like that.
The boss knows one of them.
I see.
They're college students
who do creative projects.
Apparently, their goal
is to make their dreams come true.
That's been everyone's obsession
since the World Cup, hasn't it?
I'm jealous.
What are you doing here?
I've been waiting for you.
Did something good happen?
Good, indeed. Hop on!
-No, it's okay. Be careful.
-No, not this.
I have to take you somewhere.
Get in.
-Did you see it?
-See what?
Oh, you didn't see it?
Number six!
The book we published
has made it to number six.
Congratulations, sir.
Come on. That's it?
You were so stressed out
as if the world was nearing its end.
Let it all out. Show me how happy you are.
The book I published
has made it to number six!
This is awesome!
-My gosh!
-It's amazing!
-It's made to number six!
Good work.
The sunlight is streaming
through a large window.
So boldly,
yet softly at the same time.
This dazzling, beautiful sunlight
from the sky
is shining on my desk right now,
reflected off
the green leaves at Yeouido Park.
I guess he has a window now.
Can you all feel this irresistible beauty?
This is a historic day.
Good morning.
Starting today, Yoo Yeol's Music Album
will be broadcast from this open studio.
I think it'll be hard for me to focus
on the show today
as I'll be busy looking out the window.
Yoo Yeol's Music Album begins now.
When I started this company,
I just gathered some people
and began working on projects for fun,
but we've managed to publish
a best-selling book in just two years.
I'm a lucky man.
We were longing for each other
At the same moments
At the same moments
While strolling along the same street
And walked past each other
We might have regretted our decision
At the moment
When we were exchanging our last farewell
Because I'm timid
I'm afraid we might walk past each other
met again by chance.
I know.
This is awkward.
I'm going home now.
There's something I want to show you.
If the thought
That you're all alone
Makes your heart ache as well
Every time you head out the door
If even just smiling feels like a struggle
Knowing how tenderhearted you are
You're probably keeping it
All bottled up inside
Like a fool
Just a second.
Wait, it's...
What happened?
I'm renting this place.
No, I mean...
How come you're living here?
Well, I've always liked this apartment.
It was vacant,
and I could afford the rent.
So I signed the lease.
I just remembered.
I didn't know what to say first
because there are so many things
I wanted to tell you,
but I just remembered.
I'm so glad we met again.
-Hold on.
We'll make kimchi stew first, right?
Kimchi stew and spicy stir-fried pork.
Let's make omelet rice, too.
I can make it.
Well, that will be too much work.
I'll do it. Get some rest.
No, there's too much to do.
We should've bought minced garlic.
This garlic is...
I'll mince the garlic.
But this is...
-Minced garlic--
I'll mince all the garlic.
Are you sure you can do everything alone?
Yes, go get changed and just chill.
All right, then.
Hyeon-u, did you turn on the water?
Did you turn on the kitchen tap?
If you do that, I'll only get cold water.
Thanks for cooking.
Is it good?
It's so good.
When I was living here,
there was a huge patch of mold
on that wall.
You didn't know about
not getting hot water
in the bathroom
when the kitchen tap's turned on.
Right, I get it because you live alone.
I guess you've never brought
a girlfriend home.
Can you stop looking around
and just eat your food?
I am eating.
-You have a new text message.
-Hold on.
You have a new text message.
What's all this?
I only have a handful of happy memories.
But with some of them,
I can't really recall the details,
which upsets me.
They don't even feel like my own memories.
I almost can't believe
I actually experienced those moments.
I took those
so that I won't forget.
You scared me.
You're like my mom.
Are you still scared of me?
You were scared of me when we first met.
How about now?
You're still not scared?
Catch me if you can!
Do you feel my love?
Even though
I'm hiding it from you
If you can feel it
Does it mean
You're hiding your feelings, too?
Do you feel my love?
When did you
Find out?
If you feel the same way
Tell me so
How about I bring it up
-Are you done?
Did you finish your book?
I have about three pages left.
Gosh, you're such a slow reader.
-By the way, did you ride motorcycles
-How about I bring it up casually
-While talking about something else?
-like these kids do when you were a punk?
-I've done it.
-How would you respond?
Would you accept me?
With a girl on the back?
-Do you see it?
-You're such a liar.
-I've already told you everything
-If you still don't know
-It tickles.
Shall I just forget about it again?
Give me the book you finished.
I don't want to see Eun-ja
living like that.
My mom was so good to her.
She really wanted to see Eun-ja
marrying a nice man
and starting a happy family.
I even said to her
that I'd never see her again,
but she insisted on marrying
that weird old man.
Go on. I'll wait here.
Can't you just come with me?
Let's go together.
Next time.
Go on.
Let's go.
Just go.
No, I'll just wait here.
Let's just go together.
Take a seat.
Hey, my gosh.
Is that you, Hyeon-u?
-Yes, Eun-ja. It's me, Hyeon-u.
-My gosh! Tofu!
Oh, my.
My goodness,
you look even more handsome now.
Oh, my gosh! Have a seat. Sit here.
How did you find me?
Mi-su didn't want to come, right?
Ma'am! She's in trouble.
-My gosh.
-She'll get beaten up!
Stop right there.
-Come here.
-It hurts!
-Let go!
-It hurts!
Say that you're sorry. Eyes down.
Say that you're sorry.
I'm sorry.
Hey, who is this woman?
"This woman"? Me?
You little...
I knew you'd be living like this.
-You don't even recognize your aunt?
I caught her smoking.
Your mom used to be
the best chef in the world.
Now, she's stuck here all day long
making noodle soup because of you.
Do you even know that?
-You got that? Everything's fine now.
-Why do you put up with this?
My sister...
Gosh, my little sister.
Why let that little girl
drag you around like that?
Where's the Eun-ja I know?
Why put up with this shit?
Done. Yes, it's that one.
All right, let's eat.
This is two-year-old kimchi. I only share
this with a few special people.
I'll pack some for you.
You can have more after you finish this.
Let's eat.
Dig in.
Thanks for the food.
It's good, isn't it?
It's delicious.
It's really tasty.
Do you want more pepper?
Eat it with kimchi.
It seemed like Eun-ja could tell
that we're seeing each other.
I mean, it's not a crime.
I wonder why she didn't bring it up.
It doesn't matter
even if she doesn't know.
I don't want to do anything
that you don't want.
I can be very offended by that
if I'm being judgmental.
Are you at work now?
Didn't you say there's a media venture
or something above your office?
We need a part-timer for our
live video streaming for the visual radio.
I know of a good part-timer.
Is he handsome?
You'd better not make a move on him.
This is so heavy.
What are you doing?
I'm getting ready to develop the film.
Well, Hyeon-u.
What do you think about
this Pepsi T-shirt I'm wearing?
It looks great on you.
Then will you give it to me
if I say I want it?
Yes, of course.
I'm good at this, aren't I?
What? What is it?
I've always wanted to ask you this.
How can you
smile like that?
But I've always wondered,
"Is that a genuine smile?
Or is he just trying really hard?"
I'm just saying.
When you're a loser,
everyone else looks like a loser.
And you doubt everything.
I'd want more
if I had a lot to begin with,
but I just need one or two things
that are absolutely dear to me.
That's what you are to me.
Go on.
At least to me,
you're the most indescribably
wonderful person in the whole wide world.
Gosh, this is sweet.
It's so sweet that it's making me dizzy.
Coffee tastes best
when it's hot and sweet.
Go in.
Go inside so I can see.
Should we get married?
I guess this is how guys feel.
I said that without even realizing it
when I saw you going in.
I was kidding,
so just forget what you heard.
Let's go inside.
In your old neighborhood,
there was an apartment complex over here.
And the hair shop was here.
Now, there's a real estate agency
where the bakery used to be.
If you turn right next to the convenience
store and keep walking,
you see the old corner store.
Do you remember?
What are you talking about?
Didn't I...
Didn't I tell you?
Oh, I guess I haven't told you.
I'm buying this store.
It'll be turned into a bakery
that offers cooking classes.
The classroom should be fairly big,
and this store is spacious enough.
You can start here.
Are you falling for me?
I'll make you laugh and smile,
just like this.
I'll really make you fall for me.
You sound so cheesy.
I'm returning these.
Sure, you can leave them there.
-Have a nice day.
-You, too.
Hey, why didn't you answer my calls?
Do you even keep track of the days?
I told you not to contact me.
Hey, buddy. I guess you're really living
a normal life now.
Today is the tenth anniversary
of Jeong-hyeop's death, you know.
You, of all people,
shouldn't ignore it, Hyeon-u.
We're leaving in the afternoon.
We'll wait for you.
Hey, make it quick.
-Don't get on my nerves, guys.
-You didn't do anything today.
-What is the matter with you guys?
-Can one of you just do it? I'm tired.
Rock-paper-scissors, then.
-Come on.
-Everyone should play.
-Ready or not, rock-paper...
Let's just do it.
Do it without him.
-Damn it.
-You moron.
Guys. Fuck, she saw me.
What have you been up to?
I took the GED and got into college.
I'm currently working.
If Jeong-hyeop were alive,
he'd be working for some company, too.
Just the fact that you punks
are doing well and not behind bars...
It makes us shudder with anger.
You punks don't deserve to be well.
You guys should be crippled
so that you can't do this to anyone else.
I really didn't do it.
I didn't do it. Please believe me.
I'm sorry.
don't care.
Tell Jeong-hyeop yourself when you die.
I'm off.
Damn it.
Where are you? I'm waiting for you outside
because it's going to rain.
You must be Hyeon-u's girlfriend.
Isn't this Hyeon-u's phone?
He left his phone in my car.
By the way, who...
Why are you talking so casually to me?
Do you know me?
Oh, right.
You're the girl from the bakery.
Hyeon-u, that prick,
didn't tell me anything.
There it is.
Were you busy today? What did you do?
I visited my aunt's place
to see my grandma.
I wish you had told me.
I'm sorry. I was really distracted today.
We have to move.
The owner is starting
a new business or something.
Then where will we go?
Don't you feel this way, too?
I'm getting quite tired of this.
It's not like we can afford
to find another office
and keep paying rent.
But don't you think it's unfair?
Then what about the radio station?
We have to start soon.
You got that job on your own,
so it's fine.
So? Have you started
looking for a new office?
No, not yet.
Gosh, I see. I'm sorry.
You'll be fine, though. You're still
young, so you can start afresh.
I have to step out.
All right.
What was Mi-su like when she was young?
Was she pretty back then, too?
I bet she was cranky back then as well.
I don't remember.
-Say, "thank you."
-Thank you.
Yes, sir.
You scared me.
We're here.
You should go up to the 2nd floor.
-Thanks for the food.
-No problem.
Is it good?
It's delicious.
-You should eat, too.
I visited
Jeong-hyeop's sister earlier today.
How did you know?
But she moved.
None of her neighbors knows
where she moved to.
You don't need to visit her again.
-Like last time--
-How did you know about that place?
I thought everything was okay now.
What's okay?
I'm asking what is okay.
It's not like it can go away.
You heard everything.
Don't go.
You shouldn't.
Couldn't you...
Couldn't you have remained
the only person in the world
that doesn't know about it?
Couldn't you just trust me?
You didn't tell me.
Never mind.
I'll forget everything.
I'll forget all about it,
so you should do the same and--
What should I pray for now?
I always prayed to God to let me
live a normal life.
I prayed so desperately.
when will you be okay?
Until when will you be this anxious?
Until when?
You smell just like those jerks.
Do you know that?
You reek of cigarettes!
Fuck, have you lost your mind?
What the hell?
The owner of the dojo
won't let this slide, right?
-Are you crazy?
Have you gone mad?
Live like a decent human being, okay?
Is life a joke to you?
I saw someone die while goofing around,
so I no longer goof or joke around.
"Goofing around"?
Fuck, did you actually just say that?
Yes, that's all it was about
whether we were beating someone up
or stealing stuff.
is anyone
who were there that day okay now?
No, none of us is okay.
You know what's odd, though?
I think we all made the same mistake,
but I feel like only you are forgiven.
Why do you think that is?
Is it because of your looks?
You crazy prick,
do you want to get beaten up?
People need to look at your hands,
not your face. I mean, your hands did it.
You motherfucker.
You son of a bitch. Fuck!
Son of...
Son of a...
Are you hurt?
Can I ask you something?
You and Aunt Mi-su
are not seeing each other, right?
Then let me ask you something, too.
Why are you so mean to your mom?
You mean, Eun-ja?
Gosh, why are you asking such a question?
What are you going to do if she hates you?
That woman?
That won't happen.
I'm all she has.
are you two seeing each other?
No, right?
Who's here?
There she is.
Hyeon-u, is that you?
What's going on?
I stopped by because I was hungry.
I'm glad you're here.
Dig in.
Thanks for the food.
It's so delicious.
Oh, hey.
What's up?
I left something inside the office.
May I go in and grab it quickly?
Well, I'm busy now.
What is it?
I'll give it to you another time.
It's a photo, but I need it now.
That photo.
It's at my place.
I'm sorry. I thought...
I thought you threw it out.
I don't like you.
Well, I like you, though.
But you're too serious and gloomy,
and so is Mi-su.
I think she needs someone
who can lighten her up a little.
We all need to relax once in a while.
Finally, as mentioned before, we
will now be starting the visual radio.
You'll actually be able to see the host
talk, rather than just listen to them.
When you were listening to the radio
weren't you curious how
Yoo Yeol was sitting
when he's talking,
or what he is doing when a song is playing
-Can I see Mi-su?
-or what the guests
-were wearing...
Can I see her if I follow you?
You'll follow me?
See you around.
As darkness befalls me quietly
At the end of this autumn
I dream of the first day of spring
I can't see you
Since you are
So far away
But I still tend my flower garden
Autumn is nearing its end
And winter is coming
-But I won't forget
The spring sunshine
Snow is falling hard
-As if it wants to
-Get in.
Smother the whole world
And vanquish
Even the slightest bit of sunlight
But in the faraway land, spring resides
Oh, love
When I close my eyes
And think about you
-I can fly
-Jeez, he's quite something.
-Even without wings
When I close my eyes
-Shall I pull over for a moment?
-And think about you
Even without
-A mast
I love you, Mi-su.
I love you.
Don't run, Hyeon-u.
Please don't run, okay?
You'll get hurt.
Why did you want to have soju
with doughnuts?
No reason.
I haven't had doughnuts in a long time.
But I couldn't recreate that taste
because I didn't have
the proper ingredients.
Thanks for the doughnuts.
Eat up.
See? It doesn't taste like
those doughnuts I used to make.
Darn it.
Everything in the world has changed
except for this taste.
-Does it taste the same?
Hang on, I'll...
Doughnuts taste best with coffee.
I'll make some coffee.
What are you doing?
I was just reminded of the old days.
You know. When the tofu-eating guy,
Hyeon-u, used to be around.
Yes, I know.
Hyeon-u promised me that he'd come back
and open a bakery for me.
The other day. It looked like
he was punched in the face pretty badly.
He just had some food and left.
Apparently, I told him that I trust him.
I said to him years ago that I trust him.
I don't even remember saying it.
From his grandmother and aunt
to his teacher,
no one believed him.
But I said that to him back then.
I don't even remember saying it, though.
But he still remembered it and came by...
This is unbelievable.
Shouldn't you get your make up done?
We even need a make up artist now.
This part has been revised.
So you don't have to read this part.
-Well, Hyeon-u.
-Yes, sir.
-You can go in and get ready.
-Okay, got it.
-Please read this part after this one.
Come in.
It's nice to meet you.
That must be the camera
for the video streaming.
But is it necessary to offer
video streaming of a radio show?
Oh, it'll look like
a collection of screenshots.
And we won't split it too much.
It'll consist of consecutive screenshots,
so it'll feel different
from other videos you see.
Today is the first day
of our video streaming.
Is there a name you'd like me to mention?
Whose name comes to mind?
Someone you want to get
to know more, someone you miss...
or someone you see every day
but can't stop thinking about.
Kim Se-in, Gwon Ye-ji, Park Song-i.
And Kim Mi-su.
Perhaps the names that we cherish
in our hearts are like our diaries,
journals, and precious records
of our lives.
Thoroughly enjoying this sunshine,
this beautiful greenery and energy,
I conjure up the thousands of
cherished names and memories in my heart.
Yoo Yeol's Music Album.
Here's the first song of the day.