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- Movie: Il Mare
- Revised romanization: Siworae
- Hangul: 시월애
- Director: Lee Hyun-Seung
- Writer: Kim Eun-Jung, Yeo Ji-Na
- Producer: Jo Min-Hwan, Yun Sang-Oh
- Cinematographer Hong Kyung-Pyo
- Release Date: September 9, 2000
- Runtime: 105 min.
- Genre: Romance / Fantasy
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
In 1997, architect Sung-Hyun (Lee Jung-Jae) moves into the home 'Il Mare' that his estranged father built. One day, he pulls out a letter from his mailbox. The letter is from a young woman who addresses the new occupant of the 'Il Mare' house. Sung-Hyun is surprised because he is the only person to have moved into the home. More letters arrive and in those letters her predictions are accurate. She warns about a flurry of snow on a certain day in January of 1998 and an ensuing flu virus.
Eun-Joo (Gianna Jun) is convinced that her letter has traveled back in time to December of 1997 and starts writing regularly to Sung-Hyun. Eun-Joo decides to ask Sung-Hyun to find her cassette recorder, which she lost at a train station. Sung-Hyun goes to the train station and gets a glimpse of Eun-Joo ...
- The title of this film, “Il Mare” means "The Sea" in Italian.
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