Asian Dinner at Film: Now and Forever at Lulu’s!

When: July 15, 2015

From: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Chinese Dinner Buffet and South Korean Film: Now and ForeverNow and Forever

Location: Lulu’s Chinese Cuisine, 3011 Cerrillos Road (attached to Quality Inn)

Happy Hour/Cash Bar: 5:00 p.m., Chinese Buffet Dinner: 5:30 p.m. 

Movie Begins: 6:30 p.m. (Film is 105 minutes.) Post-screening Discussion: 8:30 p.m. led by CIR board member, Rob Reider

Cost:  $35 includes Chinese Buffet and Film: Now and Forever; $15 Film Only

Reservations required for buffet by Monday, July 13

THE DEADLINE TO RESERVE FOR THIS EVENT IS PAST.  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL THE CIR OFFICE:  (505) 982-4931

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Now and Forever (Hangul: 연리지; RR: Yeonriji) is a 2006 South Korean film directed by Kim Seong-joong and starring Choi Ji-woo, Jo Han-sun, Choi Sung-kook andSeo Young-hee.it also has a Japanese manga named RENRI NO EDA (連理の枝) Intertwined Branches .

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Min-su (played by Jo) is a playboy. With his attractive looks, money and position as a CEO of a game company, he can easily lure women he likes and simply enjoys casual relationships with them. His life, however, reaches a turning point when Hye-won (Choi) enters the scene.

At first, she is nothing more than one of many women he has met, but as he gets to know her he realizes that he is in love, which he has never experienced before.

Although Hye-won has to spend most of her time at hospital due to a fatal disease, she is always cheerful and not discouraged with her misfortune and tries to enjoy life. Mysteriously, Hye-won does not give any signs that she is dying until their relationship is in full bloom. As the story progresses, Min-su learns about the true meaning of love and Hye-won has the best time of her life, thanks to him.

Lulu’s Chinese Cuisine review:  “The only real Chinese in New Mexico…?? After moving to NM from So. Cal, I was really disappointed with the Chinese food in this state. I had pretty much given up on it. I saw this place with a grand opening sign up and figured it couldn’t hurt to try, and I was glad I did. First off, you know it’s going to be good when your order is written down in Chinese by the waitstaff. I’ve tried several dishes here on several occasions, and each one has been excellent (Kung Pao Beef, Orange Chicken, Sesame Chicken, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Egg Flower Soup, Hot & Sour Soup, Mushuu, Wontons, Spring Rolls, Fried Rice…) …this is one great restaurant.”

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