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Domestic Movies With English Subtitles

2006/01/05 Source

Welcome to Dongmakgol (2005)

Seoul Selection Bookstore

Saturday at noon

Based on a popular theatrical production by Jang Jin, the movie is a story about soldiers from different sides during the Korean War who find refuge in a mysterious village. Starring Shin Ha-kyun, Jung Jae-young and Kang Hye-jung, the film revolves around three North Koreans, two South Koreans and one American who are stranded in a remote mountain village "Dongmakgol" during the Korean War in the autumn of 1950. At first, they see one another as enemies due to their ideological and national antipathies, but soon learn to understand one another after falling in love with the innocent villagers. The movie was the most successful film of last year, drawing more than 8 million moviegoers. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets: 3,000 won. Details: (02) 734-9565 or Open the link


Cine-Cafe Mornings

At 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 11

Samsung Raeminan Cultural Center

This charity movie session, which is held every second and fourth Wednesday, will screen "Innocent Steps", a story about an ethnic Korean-Chinese woman who lives in Yonbian, China, and comes to Seoul to learn competitive dance. Popular teen actress Moon Geun-young plays the ethnic Chinese-Korean Jang Chae-lin. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Admission to each session is 10,000 won, which will be donated to a local charity organization. Details: 011-748-1972 or Open the link

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