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Korean movies opening today 2014/11/13 in Korea

2014/11/13 Source

Korean movies opening today 2014/11/13 in Korea: "Cart", "The Youth", "Set Me Free" and "A Dream of Iron"

"Cart" (2014)

Directed by Boo Ji-young

With Yum Jung-ah, Moon Jung-hee, Kim Young-ae, Kim Kang-woo, Do Kyung-soo, Hwang Jung-min-I,...

A story of the things that happen to a non-contract employee at a supermarket after he is wrongfully dismissed and decides to stand up for it.

"The Youth" (2014)

Directed by Ju Seong-su, Jung Won-Sik, Kim Ji-mook, Kim Jin-moo, Park Ga-hee-I

With Donghae, Nam Sung-joon, Woorin, Park Chan-woo, Gu Won, Son Ji-hyun,...

An omnibus film consist of 5 shorts: Go Out, The Rumor, Wonderwall , Enemies All Around and Play Girl . Young filmmakers captured youthfulness in attractive episodes to show how they react to the world of violence and insensitivity.

"Set Me Free" (2014)

Directed by Kim Tae-yong-I

With Choi Wooshik, Kim Soo-hyun-IX, Jang Yoo-sang, Kang Shin-chul, Shin Jae-ha, Park Joo-hee,...

"Well, someone's living with a lot of pain..."
The seventeen year old 'Yeong-jae' was safely sent away to the group home 'Isaac's house'. She's old enough to leave now, but doesn't want to go back home to her irresponsible father.
On bended knee, she tells everyone at the reform banquest how much she'd like to get married and lead a model life, but she can't count on other people, gradually betrayed one by one by her friends. 'Yeong-jae's father seeks her out and she provides some entertainment for the unwanted guest.
'Yeong-jae' is outraged to discover that he's trying to abandon her younger sibling and explodes in revenge...
"...kill the unworthy father, into the embrace of the unknown mother, please hold me".

"A Dream of Iron" (2013)

Directed by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park

"A Dream of Iron" looks back on South Korea's history of modernization in the 1960s, when the nation underwent drastic economic changes under President PARK Jung-hee's rule in attempts to recover from the devastation left by the Korean War. Artist Kelvin Kyung Kun Park paints a portrait of what now remains of this time, when its people shared collective hopes and dreams for the nation's new beginning.

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