Movie: Tune in for Love (English title) / Yoo Yeol’s Music Album (literal title)
Revised romanization: Yooyeolui Eumakaelbum
Hangul: 유열의 음악앨범
Director: Jung Ji-Woo
Writer: Lee Sook-Yun, Jung Ji-Woo
Producer: Kim Myung-Jin, Jung Ji-Woo, Kim Jae-Joong
Cinematographer: Jo Hyung-Rae
Release Date: August 28, 2019
Runtime: 122 min.
Distributor: CGV Arthouse
Country: South Korea
In 1994, on the first day when singer Yoo Yeol becomes the DJ for radio program “Music Album,” Mi-Soo (Kim Go-Eun) meets Hyun-Woo (Jung Hae-In). Hyun-Woo is just released from a juvenile detention center and he enters the bakery store that is run by Mi-Soo and her older sister Eun-Ja (Kim Guk-Hee). Hyun-Woo begins to work part-time at the bakery store. At first, Mi-Soo is scared of Hyun-Woo, but they get close and develop feelings for each other. Hyun-Woo though carries heavy guilt from a fatal incident that occured in his past and he does not want to talk about that incident with anyone.
One day, Hyun-Woo’s friends appear at the bakery store and they leave with Hyun-Woo. Mi-Soo believes Hyun-Woo will not come back. Their relationship does not end there and they cross paths several more times in the future.
Tune in for Love
La película se sitúa durante el período de crisis del FMI (que tuvo lugar del 3 de diciembre de 1997 al 3 de agosto de 2001). Un hombre y una mujer intercambian historias a través de un programa de radio y acumulan amor.