“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.