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건축학개론 [videorecording] = Architecture 101 / 제공(주)롯데엔터테인먼트 ; 제작명필름; 각본감독이용주.
Kŏnch'ukhak kaeron [videorecording] = Architecture 101 / chegong (chu) Lotte Ent'ŏt'einmŏnt'ŭ ; chejak Myŏng P'illŭm ; kakpon kamdok Yi Yong-ju.
[Sŏul] : K'aendŭl Midiŏ, 2012.
[서울] : 캔들 미디어, 2012.
1 videosidscs (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.+ 1 supplement disc (185 min.), 1 booklet (329 p. : ill. ; 19 cm)
Romance fiction, Korean
Yi, Yong-ju, 1970-
Ŏm, T'ae-ung, 1974-
Han, Ka-in, 1982-
Yi, Che-hun, 1984-
Pae, Su-ji, 1994-
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"Seung-min was a vibrant but shy twenty year old architecture student. He falls in love with a music student Seo-yeon whom he met at 'Architecture 101'. As they work on their homework together, they gradually open up their minds for one another. But Seung-min is not familiar with ways of expressing his emotions towards her. Eventually, Seung-min and Seo-yeon break up over a minor misunderstanding before he confesses his love for her. Now, Seung-min is 35 years old and an architect. After 15 years, Seo-yeon suddenly shows up. He is confused and Seo-yeon requests him to design a house for her. Seung-min got to build Seo-yeon's house as his first project ever. As they build up the house little by little, they recollect memories of what might have been love from the past. Now, their feelings of love are rekindled."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a movie in 2012.
Chejak Sim Chae-myŏng, Yi Ŭn ; kaksaek Kim Chi-hye, Min So-yŏn, Yi Kwang-jae.
제작심재명, 이은 ; 각색김지혜, 민소연, 이광재.
12-se kwallam ka.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround; dual layer.
Ŏm T'ae-ung, Han Ka-in, Yi Che-hun, Pae Su-ji.
엄태웅, 한가인, 이제훈, 배수지.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean and English.
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