Kim Rae-Won and hot newcomer, Moon Geun-Young (Lovers Concerto) star in My Little Bride, a romantic comedy so funny, you ll fall head over heals in love!Sang-Min s (Kim Rae-Won) life is perfect. He s young, good-looking and popular with the ladies. That is, until he finds out he s arranged to be married to a high school student! Sang-Min and his young bride live a turbulent and hilarious double-life as they find out if there really is life after marriage.
Clocking in at almost two hours that you never want to end, My Little Bride is simply just what Korean romantic comedy needs at a time of trite formula and My Sassy Girl rip-offs. As the second biggest domestic film of 2004, itshows its right to be there in spite of a slightly offbeat story and change of pace from your average film of the genre, which could have disagreed with your common viewer. Kim Ho-joon has crafted an infectious debut that knows what the viewer wants, gives it to us for almost the entire running time, and quickly zips through the required melodrama in breakneck speed, while sprinkling some drama throughout the film. College wanna-be playboy Park Sang-min arrives home to meet his childhood friend Boeun, now a fifteen year old girl in high school, who s also been called home for an important family matter. Boeun s grandfather started a friendship with Sang-min s grandfather years ago during war, and before Sang-min s grandfather died, they agreed to have their children marry. A problem arose after the death because they both had sons, so Boeun s grandfather decided to pass down the pact to the next generation, so he could keep his promise with his friend when he meets him in death. Boeun s grandfather, allegedly on his deathbed, gets the two families to agree, and springs it on Sang-min and Boeun to their dismay, and they immediately refuse. Soon, out of guilt and promise, they do get married, but between Boeun s high-school life and Sang-min s not-so-surprising position, they ve somehow got to figure out how to live with each other. The fun all seems to start when Boeun is referred to as a girl, and she claims that in the old days, women her age would be married by that time. What a perfect prelude to grandfather s question. While it may seem like taboo to match a college student up with a fifteen-year-old girl, especially when the guy initially seems borderline perverted, the naivity of most of the relationship is one of the more endearing qu --http://www.acdrifter.com/Asian-Movie-Review/102/My-Little-Bride.html