Written September 16, 2014
You don't know quite what to expect with this film. It's over the top at times, but you just end up rolling with it, because there are some real poignant moments and it's got heart. If you want a good laugh and want to feel good, go see this film. You'll end up smiling at the end.
Written September 19, 2014
Full review at stacylwhitman.com.
Suffice it to say: it was funny and cute, and I loved the all-Korean cast. All in all, a cute rom com with a twist that you won’t see coming— after watching the trailer again, I realized that what I thought was a twist was actually in the trailer, so I won’t worry that’s a spoiler—but that you’ll realize was set up perfectly in hindsight. It has some flaws in the storytelling—moments that went on too long, that kind of thing. But it was funny and cute and well worth my time, and it was great to see a different perspective of Korean culture in the media than that of a Korean drama. I love dramas, but they have their own tropes and stereotypes, and most of them seem to have a particular point of view that is very different from the POV of Wedding Palace.
I must say, though, my favorite character had to be Halmoni (Grandma).
Written September 30, 2014
Great cast that keeps you laughing!
Written September 28, 2013
Loved the movie! A must see. Cute and funny. The acting and direction were terrific.
Written September 30, 2013