Solace (; lit. "Things You Say When You're in Love") is a 2006 South Korean film, and the directorial debut of Byeon Seung-wook. It stars Han Suk-kyu as a pharmacist who cares for his mentally disabled brother, and the relationship he builds with a debt-saddled woman (played by Kim Ji-soo) who sells fake designer clothes.
In-ku is a pharmacist who runs his own store in Seoul. Although approaching middle age, he still lives with his elderly mother and mentally disabled older brother, In-seob. In-ku spends much of his time caring for his brother, and in the recent past had to end a relationship with his girlfriend, as her parents would not accept In-seob into their family. Hye-ran earns a living by selling fake designer clothes on a stall in Seoul's Dongdaemun shopping mall, a practise which has led to trouble with the police on several occasions. She is also saddled with a crippling debt, inherited from her now-deceased father.
|author||Lee Hyang-hee , Byeon Seung-wook|
|keywords||answering machine build camp death anniversary debt disabled dongdaemun elementary school end fake designer clothes hike inherit karaoke box kill make up married mentally disabled middle age morning night out older brother pharmacist pharmacy phone call prostitute run sauna seoul shopping mall store walk work out|
|theme||romantic drama south korean|