- Movie: Art Museum by the Zoo
- Revised romanization: Misulgwan yup dongmulwon
- Hangul: 미술관옆 동물원
- Director: Lee Jeong-Hyang
- Writer: Lee Jeong-Hyang, Lee Taek-Yong, }Kim Jin
- Producer: Lee Choon-Yun, Lee Mi-Young, Lee Soo-Jung, Kim Hong-Baek
- Cinematographer Jo Young-Gyu
- Release Date: December 19, 1998
- Runtime: 108 min.
- Genre: Romance
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Chul-soo, a young man on leave from his military service, goes to stay with his girlfriend Da-hye. However, Da-hye has already left to marry someone else, and she sublet her apartment to Choon-hee, a quiet amateur filmmaker. Chul-soo and Choon-hee start arguing almost as soon as they meet, but he ends up staying in her apartment and helping her with a script she’s writing for a contest. They continue to conflict with one another because of their opposite views on life and love.
When they go to a park in the suburbs, Chul-soo wants to visit the zoo full of people and animals, life and activity. On the other hand, Choon-hee prefers the art museum. She likes to look at things at a distance; pictures in frames and life through her camera lens. At the moment, Chul-soo is hurting from his break-up and Choon-hee’s imagination is captivated by an ideal one-sided love, but who knows what will happen by the time they finish the script?
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