Friday, August 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Wedding Palace

MOVIE SYNOPSIS
Wedding Palace


This film has been called the Korean-American "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." Abandoned at the altar, Jason's family approaches bridal replacements, but to their horror, he rejects them all. On a business trip to Korea, he meets the girl of his dreams, Na Young. They embark on a cyber love affair fueled by imagination and video chats. Jason proposes and his family is delighted. When Na Young arrives, Jason's wacky family screws things up at every turn causing a roller coaster of ups and downs to this modern romance. Jason will have to bridge the gap between family expectations and true love. Award winning indie trail blazer, WEDDING PALACE is the first ever US-Korea indie co-production and was shot in Los Angeles and Seoul.
Related reviews:
10/03/2013
Christine Yoo's directorial debut, Wedding Palace, which opened the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival in 2011, is one of those films you wish you could root for despite its obvious problems. » Read more

MPAA rating:
Unrated
Cast:
Bobby Lee; Brian Tee; Stephen Park; Margaret Cho; Kang Hye-jung
Directed by:
Christine Yoo
Genre:
Comedy; Family, Children's; Romance
Running time:
01:38
Release date:
2013
Be the first in line! Find local theaters, view listings and purchase tickets.
Search by theater name, city or zip code.