Au Revoir, UFO (2004)

Director
Kim Jin-min

Main cast
Lee Eun-ju; Lee Beom-Soo; Bong Tae-gyu; Byun Hee-bong

Genres
Comedy

Description
In a town where everyone believes in UFOs, a bus driver named Sam lives out his daydreams by making special radio programs for the passengers who ride his bus. A heartwarming story of a physically challenged but outgoing girl named Kate who falls in love with this timid but lovable bus driver.


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