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Watch: Lee Yi Kyung Vanishes On His Wedding Day + Reappears As Younger Version Of Himself In New “Cafe Midnight” Film

Upcoming film “Cafe Midnight: Missing Honey” has released two sneak peeks of its magical story!

“Cafe Midnight: Missing Honey” is a new fantasy romance film based on the popular “Cafe Midnight” drama series, which revolves around a mysterious cafe on a mountainside road that doesn’t appear on a map—and which transcends both time and space.

In the first of two newly released trailers for the film, Namgoong Yoon (played by Chae Seo Jin) runs around in her wedding dress at night as she frantically searches for her missing bridegroom. “As you go through life, you experience lots of different things,” she says in voice-over, “but who could have guessed that I’d get lost in the woods in the dead of night while wearing a wedding dress?”

As the clock strikes midnight, Namgoong Yoon stumbles upon the mysterious Cafe Midnight, where she is greeted by its “master” (played by Shin Joo Hwan). When she comments, “I’ve never seen this cafe before,” he replies, “Here, we open our doors at midnight and close our doors when the sun comes up.”

Namgoong Yoon starts to say, “I’m looking for a missing person,” but she soon winds up running into the very person she was looking for: her fiancé Ahn Tae Young (played by Lee Yi Kyung). However, Ahn Tae Young doesn’t recognize her, and he stares blankly at her before asking, “Who are you?” Namgoong Yoon asks in disbelief, “Do you really not recognize me?” and he responds, “I think you’ve confused me with a different customer.”

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It soon comes to light that this version of Ahn Tae Young is only 25 years old—and unlike Namgoong Yoon, who’s living in 2022, he’s from the year 2016. As it dawns on her that she’s talking to her fiancé from the past, Namgoong Yoon learns that “there are people from many different times here [in Cafe Midnight].”

Ahn Tae Young then catches her off guard by saying, “I’ll apologize instead. If what you’re saying is true, then I disappeared on my wedding day six years from now. If I were in your shoes, I wouldn’t be able to forgive me either.”

As an older woman reassures Namgoong Yoon, “They say that people who are meant to meet end up meeting no matter what,” and the seemingly jilted bride asks in bewilderment, “Why in the world did he disappear, and where did he go?”

Meanwhile, the second trailer begins with Ahn Tae Young proposing to Namgoong Yoon. The smitten couple happily poses for their wedding shoot before Ahn Tae Young tells his fiancée, “Let’s never break up, no matter what.”

However, when their wedding day arrives, Ahn Tae Young is nowhere to be found, and a guest murmurs, “How can the groom not have arrived yet at this hour?” Although Namgoong Yoon attempts to call him, his phone is off, and she ultimately winds up running down the street in search of her missing groom.

After Namgoong Yoon runs into the 2016 version of Ahn Tae Young at Cafe Midnight, the cafe master shocks the bride by calling her by her name. “You know my name?” she asks him, and the cafe master replies, “Yes, since you’re an invited guest.” Namgoong Yoon then wonders aloud, “What is this place?”

When Namgoong Yoon attempts to go back to the cafe during the daytime, it has mysteriously vanished, and she insists to her colleagues, “There was definitely a cafe here yesterday.” She then confesses to the younger version of her fiancé, “I was really mean to you. Maybe you ran away after having to put up with my temper for so long.”

Plagued by doubt and regret, she goes on to worry, “It was all my fault. I’m ruining everything.” The trailer ends with Namgoong Yoon asking the same all-important question: “Why in the world did he disappear, and where did he go?”

“Cafe Midnight: Missing Honey” will premiere on November 17.

In the meantime, watch the latest installment in the “Cafe Midnight” drama series with subtitles below!

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