Oh Song Kyung is a well organized 28-year-old bank teller. She meticulously has a plan for everything, including getting married through a dating agency. Taekwondo master Kang Dong Joo's biggest pleasure is buying lottery tickets in hopes of one day hitting the jackpot. He is forced to register with a dating agency because of pressure from his sister-in-law who wants to kick him out of their house. A few days after registering with the agency, they meet at a hospital where they have both been diagnosed with brain cancer and given just three months to live. With time running out, together they prepare for the last ceremonies of their lives: their funeral, by shopping for coffins, urns and burial clothes and chambers, as well as wedding plans.

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  • Oct 28, 2012 1 of 0 episodes seen
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    • Overall  8
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    • Acting/Cast  9
    • Music  9
    • Rewatch Value  6
    The story was quite different from other love stories involving terminal diseases. Instead of presenting a heartbreaking love between the two leads, it leaned to a funny and lighthearted interpretation of what it's like to die with someone you love. And it worked out well.

    The cast was adorable, and the acting was well-done. I've been watching lots of Uhm Tae Woong's projects these days. I guess he must really be that good of an actor to be given such many interesting projects.

    I liked the music. It's rare that I get captivated by the music from Korean movies, and this one's part of the rare ones. The music's really nice.

    It doesn't have a high rewatch value although the movie's really good. I guess if
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  • Jul 4, 2013 1 of 0 episodes seen
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    The premise of this movie reminded me a little of Scent of A Woman and A Moment to Remember - you start off the show knowing there is a certain terminal illness awaiting a main character, except in this show, it applies to both the main characters.

    It is a charming show at best. The two lead characters' personalities are polar opposites, making them a pretty good fit. More so, they share the same morbid sense of humour and way of looking at their remaining days on earth. In a sense, the story stays true to the title of the show - 'Never Ending Story'. Even though the characters know they face terminal illness, they must live on as normally as they can - EVEN if
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  1. 1800 characters remaining Spoiler?
  • Nissya Jan 25, 2014
    does anybody know the name of the song they hear while driving?
  • Sandrose Dec 20, 2013
    Live your live as if each day were your last and live each day with laughter- this is what I find to be the premise of this date movie. It's very cute and the premise is handled in a lighthearted way but it is there and has its charm.

    It's a case of opposites attract when the regular guy next door with an easy going approach to life meets the somewhat uptight girl with whom he shares the same kind of fate, as they fall in love, they learn things and take a slightly different approach to their situation. Love gives hope? Laughter gives hope. The cast is really good, although UTW's crying felt a bit too forced. Otherwise I enjoyed their interactions.
  • educto1 Mar 2, 2013
    Seeing Park Ki Wong so laid back here... and comparing his character in Gaksital. Totally different! Great actor!
    4 ❤
  • compay Jan 30, 2013
    I found this somehow similar to Pain, the movie with the same female lead. She found her stereotype?
    1 ❤
  • Mazzie Oct 22, 2012
    Where can I watch this? Dramacrazy don't have it anymore :(
  • zu_ai_grusz Jul 15, 2012
    A case of opposites perfectly complementing each other's personalities. This film will bring you both laughters and tears.
    4 ❤
  • theshinukage Jun 19, 2012
    The female character can predict the future. The male character likes to fart. I liked and will always like this movie.
    1 ❤
  • angelfundz Jun 16, 2012
    where did you go to watch it?
  • Michiyo Jun 14, 2012
    A great movie ^^ ;
    a beautiful lesson of life : to continue to be happy even in death... :)
    PS : Manny moments in this movie are very funny, and ... i love their laughter =)
    3 ❤
  • MonikaB Jun 12, 2012
    Upbeat movie about dying, facing death & love. Great soundtrack & great cast added to the overall good feel of the movie!
    3 ❤
  • sweet_angellesley Jun 12, 2012
    I'm gonna watch this!!! it's already in youtube ^_^
    here's the link ^_^ enjoy!!
  • eiyaah Jun 7, 2012
    weeehhh!!!! why there's only one comment...!!! this one is pretty nice.. -add 2 my list:}-
  • educto1 May 11, 2012
    is this nice?
    2 ❤
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Neverending Story

Neverending Story


  • Main Title: Neverending Story
  • Native title: 네버엔딩 스토리
  • Also Known as: Never Ending Story

General Details

  • CountrySouth Korea
  • Released Date: January 19, 2012
  • Average Duration 1 hr. 54 min.
  • Genres: Drama, Melodrama, Romance


  • Score: 7.45 (scored by 582 users)
  • Ranked: #457
  • Popularity: #152
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