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‘Innocent Steps’, ‘My Love, My Bride’, ‘More: 5 Classic Korean Romance Movies To Watch This Love Month

The time of the year has returned! February has now arrived, filling the air with romance, butterflies and love.

What better way to spend Valentine’s Day than by watching the best Korean movies of all time? Here are the classic Korean movies you must watch this month of love!

1. “Temptation of Wolves”

Like many other teen novels, “Temptation of Wolves” follows the typical love triangle between three handsome characters.

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“Temptation of Wolves”

It tells the story of Jung Han Jung (Lee Chung Ah), an orphan who moves downtown, and the two handsome boys Hae Won (Jo Han Sun) and Tae Sung (Kang Dong Won) who fall in love with her. .

For movie buffs and rom-com junkies alike, this film contains the best elements of the genre, sharing an umbrella in the pouring rain, secrets to uncover, and the usual childhood love story trope!

“Temptation of Wolves” is a beautiful and heartfelt love story that can be enjoyed by all family, friends and loved ones.

2. “Innocent Steps”

“Innocent Steps” by Moon Geun Young and Park Gun Hyung is an oldie but a goodie!

'Innocent Steps', 'My Love, My Bride', 'More: 5 Classic Korean Romance Movies To Watch This Love Month

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‘Not innocent’

The classic film follows the story of a young Chinese girl who travels to Korea as her sister to learn how to dance. To stay in the country, she has to pretend to be married to a Korean who is a former ballroom dancer.

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It’s a touchy love story between strangers who pretend to be in love with each other, unaware that they’ve finally fallen for real.

“Innocent Steps” is an incredibly slow but gentle journey to love.

3. “My love, my bride”

Shin Min Ah and Jo Jung Suk’s hit romance film “My Love, My Bride” doesn’t look romantic at all at first glance.

'Innocent Steps', 'My Love, My Bride', 'More: 5 Classic Korean Romance Movies To Watch This Love Month

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“My love, my wife”

“My Love, My Bride” depicts the harsh realities of married life. Unlike many other Korean movies, the story doesn’t start out fun and flirtatious, but instead jumps to the start of the romance between couples.

As the two characters feel unappreciated by each other, they become dangerously close to cheating. But despite the film’s flawed fairy-tale love story, it inspires viewers to appreciate relationships, people, and sacrifice more.

“My love, my bride” just makes you want to fall in love again and again.

4. “Always”

So Ji Sub and Han Hyo Joo are combining their acting skills in the popular romance film “Always.”

The film stars So Ji Sub as Cheol Min, a parking attendant who falls head over heels in love with Jung Hwa (Han Hyo Joo), a kind blind girl.

Some viewers might find the movie “boring,” but unlike other movies, “Always” is all about the progression of a relationship. He talks about misunderstandings, reconciliations and the dramatic struggles of couples.

“Always” is undoubtedly a compelling film that will make any viewer swoon with affection.

5. “The Classic”

Romantic comedy queen Son Ye Jin and Korean idol Jo In Sung promise a sweet romance through the movie “The Classic.”

'Innocent Steps', 'My Love, My Bride', 'More: 5 Classic Korean Romance Movies To Watch This Love Month

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‘The classic’

The film tells the story of a love that is lost and found, a difficult relationship told through the memoirs of the female lead (played by Son Ye Jin), who is read by her daughter (also played by Son Ye Jin) .

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The title is aptly named as it is a classic Korean movie that everyone should watch at least once in their lifetime.

“The Classic” is a masterpiece that has absolutely inspired many Korean films of the current generation.

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Written by Elijah Mully.