Unbearable lightness of dating
No one warned me that I would one day sit in a beautiful old house with a fan pointed at me, getting ready for a fun-and-family-filled weekend.
This isn’t the life I was promised, and I am so incredibly grateful for that.
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She was saying how she and her friends have a TV-show night every week. I don’t think I could go to China because I couldn’t even sound out anything. Chris: We packed up all the food we didn’t eat, and we joked about how this is going to be an amazing lunch tomorrow.
He spent a year in China and was talking about going to Peru. However, I feel like everybody here feels they can just go online and find somebody new, so I don’t think they make as big of an effort to make a genuine connection right off the bat. I’m not like jumping up and down, like, ready to see him again, so excited.
Between Love and Hate (also known as The Unbearable Lightness of Dating) is a 2006 South Korean film starring Kim Seung-woo and Jang Jin-young, and is the directorial debut of screenwriter Kim Hae-gon.
Jang's performance won her Best Actress at the 2006 Korean Film Awards.
Young-woon works in his mother's restaurant, and is more interested in having a good time with his friends than settling down with his fiancée.