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Late Blossom

Late Blossom

Late Blossom, a Korean love story movie. Touching, beautiful, and leaves a mark.


Most romantic movies shows the beautiful moment from dating to wedding. And maybe, sometimes it’s also tells the ending : “They live happily ever after”. Okay, that’s wonderful. But sometimes, that’s not what happened.

This movie teaches what it means to marry someone. What it means saying those vows when you were married: “… for better or for worse, … in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish; from this day forward until death do us part…”

It also teaches that love knows no age nor time. Being old doesn’t mean that someone couldn’t falling in love and act as a young couple. They could. And sometimes, their story just as much as beautiful young couple love stories, or even more.

And another thing that it teaches I think is that you can have a best friend even when you’re closer to your end.


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