Miracle: Letters to the President (2021)

Miracle: Letters to the President (2021)  is a film about `Jung Kyung` and his neighbors, whose only goal in life is to create a simple station in a village where the only way to come and go is by railroad tracks, but there is no station. Miracle” is a story about the first private station in Korea, `Yeolwon Station`, which was built in 1988 by the residents of the village, from the station name to the waiting room and boarding area. 

Jun-Gyeong’s sole purpose is to build a station to protect the people of the village who have no other choice but to come and go by train, even in dangerous situations where they do not know when the train will come. Jun-Kyung is the owner of four-dimensional ideas and passions, so he sends a letter written in a bottle to the presidential office to ask the president to meet him face-to-face, and his friend Rafui, who knows Jun-Kyung’s extraordinary talent at a glance and actively guides him, has an untouched relationship. 

The relationship between `Rafui` and `Jung-Kyung is untouched, and the relationship between `Rafui` and `Jung-Kyung is hilarious. On the other hand, the son to immerse himself in the railroad station to stand only zero frustration father `Taeyoon` and father’s heart while understanding the brother’s strong support army sister `Bo-Gyeong` to each person’s situation is held by a glimpse of the unexpected emotional gift. 

Jun-Kyeong, who did not give up on the dream of a sincere wish until the end, and those who stood by his side, connected to the world through the world’s smallest station, their story with warmth, laughter, and emotion expressed in the autumn evening of 2021, the previous generation of viewers will feel good special comfort and strength. It will be a special comfort and strength to the previous generation of viewers.


  • Movie: Miracle: Letters to the President
  • Native Title: 기적
  • Also Known As: The Miracle, Gijeok, Gijeog
  • Screenwriter & Director: Lee Jang Hoon
  • Genres: Drama, Fantasy
  • Country: South Korea
  • Release Date: Sep 15, 2021
  • Duration: 1 hr. 57 min.
  • Content Rating: 13+ – Teens 13 or older
  • Stars: Park Jung Min, Im Yoon Ah, Lee Sung Min, Lee Soo Kyung, Jung Moon Sung, Kim Kang Hoon