Current user rating: 83/100 (44 votes)
- Movie: Come, Closer
- Revised romanization: Jogeumman Deo Gaggayi
- Hangul: 조금만 더 가까이
- Director: Kim Jong-Kwan
- Writer: Kim Jong-Kwan
- Producer: Kim Ryoon-Hee
- Cinematographer: Kim Hwa-Young
- Assistant Director: Park Ju-Young
- World Premiere: October 2010 (Pusan International Film Festival)
- Release Date: October 28, 2010
- Runtime: 106 min.
- Distributor: KT&G Sangsangmadang
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki Staff ©
"Come, Closer" covers the broken relationships of five different couples.
Su-Jin (Kim Hyo-Seo ) works in a coffee shop. On a slow evening, with no customers in the cafe, she receives a phone call from a Polish guy in Holland looking for his ex-girlfriend. Su-Jin tells him she has time to listen.
Hye-Young (Yozoh) is the singer for an up and coming indie band, while Ju-Young (Yoon Hee-Seok) is the guitarist. People often mistake the two for boyfriend and girlfriend.
Young-Soo (Oh Chang-Suk) brings over a girl named Se-Yun (Yeom Bo-Ra) after a night of drinking. The girl admires the erotic comics that he draws. She asks him about the rumor that he is gay. Young-Soo replies if there's rumors then it must be true. They then kiss.
Hyun-Oh (Yoon Kye-Sang) drives his car out of a parking lot on a rainy evening. Out of nowhere, his ex-girlfriend Eun-Hee (Jung Yu-Mi) stands in front of his car. She then gets in his car.
Young-Soo lays on the couch on his apartment in turmoil. His boyfriend Woon-Chul (Jang Seo-Won) finally comes home after a night drinking with friends. Young-Soo tells him that he is leaving him for a girl ...
Additional Cast Members:
The media player is loading...
| Latest News
|| Latest Trailers