Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Movie Review: Postman to Heaven

I just finished Postman to Heaven, one of the telecinema aired by SBS last year. The story is about Jaejoon, who is tasked with the duty of solving people’s problem. He is assigned to a special mail post in the middle of a green field, and the mailbox only receives letters of bereaved families trying to cope with the loss of their loved ones-they sent letters to Heaven, hoping their loved ones' answers.
The catch is, he is neither a ghost nor an angel; thus, he can’t be seen by anyone except people who suffered the loss and the more they are deep in sadness, the better he is seen. Jaejoon meets with a chirpy, motormouthtastic Hana who discovers his secret, and he employs her to help him in his quest. Hana lost his boyfriend and sent a rude letter to his bf LOL. Together, they solve the sender's sadnessor whatever crap they are feeling and in the process they both fall in love (D’AWW) but one day, one of their customer, caught them cheating, and Jaejoon has to hang up his wings..

They ate a bento a grieving mother made for her dead son and then pretended the son ate it and liked it @.@

Her laughter..is infectious <3

They faked a DNA test to make sure a father believes his wife didn't cheat on him before she died
They were caught faking a tape recorder that is supposed to be from the man's dead son; his remorse was he could never show how much he loves his son b4 the son died

as Hana starts to forget his ex dead bf because of Jaejoon, Jaejoon cannot be seen anymore :'(
the MOST romantic place to meet a postman- the post office LOL

I love it! At first I was not interested to watch as I was more keen into another title in the telecinema series, but after watching this, I was glad I watched it. I just love the theme of redemption and long lost love. I also love just how spunky Hana is, and Han Hyo Joo played her perfectly. Hero of TVXQ played Jaejoon, though not as strong as Han Hyo Joo, but he is adequate and believable enough to be ‘a postman to heaven’. Guess that angelic face has its uses HARHAR

Oh, and it was written by Kitagawa Eriko, who wrote LONG VACATION and 
BEAUTIFUL LIFE And directed by Lee Hyung Min, the director of WINTER SONATA 

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