The time stops when you don’t use it.Uncle selling trinkets to Ethan and Joy.
We, three, watched this movie on a Friday night—yes, including Bryce who crumpled himself in the seat to sleep. Jaycelle, on the other hand, cried buckets in a love story, as usual.
It was a feel good movie to watch with your better half.
The scene I liked the most was the “stuck-room” and the last five days of Joy in Hong Kong. Here’s this song leading towards the hopeful ending. Part two, anyone?
“Bungee Jumping of Their Own” is our movie of choice to cap off our Saturday night weekend. I asked Brian what genre was it, and he said it’s a Korean love story, and I got excited right away. Korean romantic movies have a reputation with me to be heart-wrenching yet so irresistibly good, and I wouldn’t pass up the chance to watch and experience the story myself.
Disclaimer: I didn’t read the synopsis of this movie, and had no idea and no expectation on how the story will unfold. I find this as an effective way to really be wowed by the movie, and I love it this way.
Set in 1983, it’s not the usual movies I’ve watched wherein I fell in love with the characters right off the bat. It came to me slowly as their story unfolds.
I found this Korean movie—Bungee Jumping of Their Own (2001)— and in the synopsis was the word “soulmates”. This must be a love story—Jaycelle and I will watch this together, I thought. It’s captivating—just like all the other Korean love stories that I’ve watched before—there’s always something that either you will relate to or reminisce about.