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Source:  Salon

In the age of swiping right for your next date, it can be easy to say romance is dead. Too easy, in fact, as South Korean filmmaker Jin Mo-young’s touching “My Love, Don’t Cross That River“ teaches us.

After more than seven decades of marriage, husband and wife Jo Byong-man and Kang Gye-yeul seem to live every day as newlyweds.

In a quiet village in South Korea’s countryside, Jo and Kang go about their chores — collecting firewood, shoveling snow and fetching water — with childlike affection and vigor, all while wearing matching hanbok robes, the traditional Korean dress.

POV documentary “My Love, Don’t Cross That River” airs tonight on most PBS stations.

Read the story at Salon.

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