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A Moment to Remember

Original title: 내 머리 속의 지우개
November 5, 2004 |
1hr 57min |
1hr 57min
November 5, 2004


A young couple’s enduring love is tested when 27-year-old Su-jin is diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer’s disease.

A Moment to Remember Movie Cast & Character

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Son Ye-jin
Kim Su-jin
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Jung Woo-sung
Choi Chul-soo
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Baek Jong-hak
Seo Yeong-min
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Lee Seon-jin
Jung An-na
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Park Sang-gyu
Mr. Kim
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Kim Hee-ryeong
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Seon Ji-hyun
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Kim Bu-seon
Madam Oh
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Kim Joong-ki
Section Chief Cha
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Hyun Young
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Park Mi-suk
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Shin Cheol-jin
Manager Park
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Jin Yong-ok
Construction worker 1
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Shin Hyun-tak
Construction worker 3
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Kwon Byeong-kil
Ph.D. Lee
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Oh Kwang-rok
Bum at station
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Jung Min-sung
Passerby on cellphone
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Choi Gyo-sik
Public officer
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David Lee McInnis

A Moment to Remember Movie Crew

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A Moment to Remember Movie Trailer, Teaser & Videos

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A young couple’s enduring love is tested when 27-year-old Su-jin is diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer’s disease.

A Moment to Remember Movie Details

Also known as: Nae Meorisogui Jiugae
Status: released
Available on: streaming-platform
Theatrical Release Date: November 5, 2004
Worldwide Collection: US$20.9 million

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About A Moment to Remember Movie

  • A Moment to Remember (내 머리 속의 지우개) is based on the 2001 Japanese television drama Pure Soul.
  • The film was released on November 5, 2004, in South Korea. It was a major success domestically, topping the box office for two consecutive weeks to become the 5th highest-grossing film of 2004 at 2,565,078 admissions.
  • The film was also a hit in Japan, breaking previous records of Korean films released there; it was the 19th highest-grossing film at the 2005 Japanese box office.
  • John H. Lee and Kim Young-ha won Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2005 Grand Bell Awards.
  • The film was remade in Turkish as Evim Sensin in 2012.
  • On October 22, 2008, it was reported that CBS Films had secured the rights for an American remake, with Susannah Grant attached to write the screenplay. After a turnaround, it was announced in February 2013 that Scott Pictures will produce and finance along with Sobini Films and Film 360 with Ben Lewin set to direct and Katherine Heigl has been cast as the female lead. On August 30, 2016, Josh Hartnett was in talks to star in the remake and Jena Malone replaced Heigl.
  • In the Philippines, on December 14, 2020, it was announced by “The One of Multimedia Alden Richards” on an interview with Philippine Entertainment Portal ( that there will be a Philippine remake of the movie starring him and “New One of the Generations Primetime and Movie Queen Bea Alonzo”, the production will start in January 2021 with Nuel Naval as director and GMA Pictures & Viva Films will both producing the film. As of today, shooting of the film started as of November 2021, and the official title of the film was renamed to “Special Memory”. By May 2023, it was announced that film was delayed to scheduling conflicts with their schedule. Alonzo was replaced by Julia Barretto in their role.

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