Wedding Palace
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Abandoned at the altar, Jason's (BrianTee) family quickly introduces him to other eager brides in waiting but to their horror, he rejects them all. The clock is literally ticking on Jason's life as his 30th birthday is fast approaching, bringing along an old family curse. On a business trip to Korea, Jason meets the girl of his dreams, Na Young (Kang Hye-jung). They embark on a cyber love affair fueled by imagination and video chats. Jason proposes and his family is beyonddelighted. However when Na Young arrives in Los Angeles with a surprising revelation, Jason has hesitations and his… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 33%

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"Kang's Na Young and Tee's Jason have a winning rapport when the script isn't pushing them into contrived shtick."
‑ Mark Jenkins, Washington Post
"Yoo finds room for all of the obligatory bad first dates and fantasy sequences, montages and misunderstandings, a wisecracking best friend and overbearing parents. It doesn't appear that she means any of this ironically, or as parody."
‑ Christy Lemire, RogerEbert.com
"Writer-director Christina Yoo has fashioned a film that can only be described as somewhat bizarre in its mash-up of American and Korean rom-com tropes."
‑ David Noh, Film Journal International
"The cross-cultural rom com about a Korean American's search for true love is marred by serious overacting, broad characterization, flat comedic skits. It tries too hard, like a comic who's the one laughing hardest at his jokes."
‑ Tirdad Derakhshani, Philadelphia Inquirer
"While the story is a bit weak, the film does a good job of contrasting Korean-Americans who steadfastly adhere to the traditions of their homeland with South Koreans who have renounced old customs."
‑ Nicole Herrington, New York Times
"A fresh and very funny look at the romantic comedy through the Korean-American lens."
‑ Ron Wilkinson, It's Just Movies
"Loud, frenetic action drowns out the charms of Christine Yoo's debut film."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"The genre elements of the romantic comedy "Wedding Palace" attempt a transpacific transit, but get lost in translation."
‑ Inkoo Kang, Los Angeles Times
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