The Way Home

The Way Home
The Way Home

Year

2002

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

Korean (English subtitles)

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In this touching South Korean drama, spoilt, city-raised seven-year-old Sang-woo is take to a remote village and left in the care of his mute grandmother, while his mother looks for work. Sang-woo throws tantrums and takes advantage of his grandmother's kindness, without understanding that she is too poor to give him what he demands. Will the boy learn from his grandmother's patience and kindness by the time his mother returns to take him back to Seoul?

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Contains one scene of very mild peril

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