The Contact (접속) is a 1997 South Korean romance film directed by Chang Yoon-hyun. It was the second biggest-grossing Korean film of 1997 with 674,933 admissions, and was awarded the Grand Bell Awards for best picture.
One day, radio producer Dong-hyeon (Han Suk-kyu) receives an anonymous package containing a music band of the Velvet Underground’s record. Dong-hyeon hopes that the record was sent by his former lover. He decides to play the song Pale Blue Eyes of the Velvet Undergraound’s off of that record. At the same time, a home shopping telemarketer, Soo-hyeon (Jeon Do-yeon) listens to the radio program while driving her car.The next day, Soo-hyeon makes a request through the internet for Dong-hyeon to play the song again. Dong-hyeon then contacts Soo-hyeon, hoping she is his former lover or someone he knows.
Starring Han Suk-kyu and Jeon Do-yeon, Jeon Do-yeon awarded Best New Actress of the Blue Dragon Film Awards and Korean Association of Film Critics Awards. As well as she awarded most popular actress of Baeksang Arts Awards. It was the second biggest-grossing Korean film of 1997 with 674,933 admissions, and was awarded the Grand Bell Awards for best picture.
The film had many hit songs, original sound tracks such as the pale blue eyes by the Lou Leed’s Velvet Underground, Lover’s Concert by Sarah Vaughan.