Heartwarming / Love, So Divine

  • This movie is chock full of them. Most notably is when Bong-Hee is seeing off Jinho, her ex, she opens the locket that Kyushik gave her. She finds a mirror, and remembers his speech about the locket containing the one thing he loves the most.
  • Kyushik gives up everything he's worked so hard to get, because he can't stop loving Bong-hee. At the seminary, He is asked if he is willing to give up a life of celibacy. Kyushik can't bring himself to say a word.
  • This particular scene where Kyushik tries to touch Bong-hee's "sleeping" face. He touches her bangs, but she immediately gets up to reveal that she repaired rosary that she broke earlier.
  • When they are allowed to return to their seminary Seon-dal realizes his friend is very troubled. He uses a metaphor, saying priests are akin to spoons. And that life is a meal.
    "Priests are like spoons. You can eat without a spoon using chopsticks, or hands. What's important is the meal... not the spoon.", Kyushik tells Seon-dal that he has committed a sin. Seon-dal responds that falling in love is not a sin, essentially telling him that there's no problem in going to pursue Bong-hee So, despite being a goofball, he proves how well he knows his friend.