Video — 1 videodisc (106 minutes) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
The contact: "Dong-hyeon is a radio program producer who has had a reclusive life since his beloved Young-hye left him. One day, a music record is sent to him. Guessing Yeong-hye sent it, Dong-hyeon tries to look for her by playing a song from the record on his radio program. At that time, Su-hyeon, who is suffering from a secret crush on her friend's boyfriend, goes on a night-time drive to soothe herself and almost has a car accident. She requests the song on Dong-hyeon's radio program, which leads him to contact her via computer. As they continue on-line talks, Dong-hyeon and Su-hyeon begin to feel close to each other and promise to meet in real life. However, Dong-hyeon fails to keep the promise because he is told that Yeong-hye has died. Depressed, Dong-hyeon quits working and decides to leave Korea. Though he does not answer Su-hyeon, she keeps trying to see him. Finally, they face each other for the first time at the night before Dong-hyeon's departure.'--Container.
"Modernization has been an important subject for Korea in the last century. Modernization was exchangeable with economic development and industrialization, and people took part on the road to achieve the so-called "Miracle on the Han River." Consequently, Korea was accredited as one of the rare countries that accomplished rapid economic growth. The shadow, however, was cast deeply along with the fast track of the development, and Korean society is now facing all problems great and small. It is meaningful to look back at the process of Korean modernization and to view various aspects of the modern represented in the films. These endeavors bring us beyond the mere appreciation of the past in a retrospective fashion and provide us a chance to make a rendezvous of the past with the present and that of the present with the past. The films selected from each period reveal the problems, values, and subconsciousness of the time, and they function as referential frameworks for each other, which bring you the joy of new discoveries."--Commentary book.