April Snow



Language: Korean

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April Snow (Korea)

Reviewed by: windancer January 25, 2006

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

Main Cast: Bae yong Joon as In Su Son Ye Jin as Seo Young Synopsis The story line is quite simple, really. A man and a woman were seriously injured in a car accident. Their respective spouses rushed to their bedsides, only to surmise that the two were in an affair and the accident happened during one of their trysts. In coping with the hurt, the betrayal and the confusion that resulted from this discovery, the two In...

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11-20-2007 12:14 PM


it looks like this is goin to be about a sad story>_<


05-31-2007 07:43 PM


oiii i have to see thisss
its got that bae yong jun guy in there

winter sonata is my all time favv ♥


01-19-2007 12:00 AM


You got to be kidding me? A Moment to Remember is rather forgettable? Do you really watch that movie? You cannot even compare A Moment to Remember with April Snow. Not in any part. A Moment to Remember is superior than April Snow in every single way. Plus, it is more successful than April Snow in the box office. A Moment to Remember is great right from the acting, directing, editing, storyline, and etc.. It is perfect in every single way. And not to mention that it is the most heartbreaking and sad than any other korean's tearjerker movies. I haven't watch yet any other movie that can match A Moment to Remember. My friend hate April Snow so much that she even hate Son Ye Jin in this movie. But after I asked her to watch A Moment to Remember, she cried like hell and even said that Son Ye Jin is beautiful in that movie. I hope that next time before you write other movie reviews, think twice before making any unreasonable comments. April Snow is just not in the same league as A Moment to Remember. Everyone who have watch both movies will be definately agree with me.


11-15-2006 12:00 AM


this movie was kind of a disappointment...not as thought-provoking or intelligent as I had expected. I don't think this was a great performance on Bae Yong Jun's part either - somehow, he didn't emote as well as he did in Winter Sonata.


03-30-2006 12:00 AM


I enjoyed this movie very much. I thought I would try and clarify the ending. There was a scene towards the end of the movie where In Su is sitting alone in an apartment surrounded by boxes. I took this to mean he had left his wife and was now in his new home. And I think he left his wife because he realises that she was in love with her lover as indicated by her devastation upon learning of his death. I also think the last scene where Seo Young asks, "what should we do?" shows that she and In Su are together.

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