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Korean movies opening today 2012/03/15 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2012/03/15 in Korea "Gabi", "Pink", "The Beat Goes on", "Home Sweet Home - Movie" and omnibus "Fighting! Family"

"Gabi" (2011)

Directed by Jang Yoon-hyeon

With Joo Jin-mo, Kim So-yeon, Park Hee-soon, Yoo Sun, Yoo Chae-mok, Jo Duk-hyun,...

Also known as "Russian Coffee"
Synopsis
Toward the end of the 19th century, King Gojong (Park Hee-soon) of Korea's Joseon Dynasty briefly sought refuge at the Russian consulate under the threat of foreign invasion. Here he fell in love with a drink that had yet to gain popularity in his homeland: coffee. Returning to the throne, he hires the beautiful Tanya (Kim So-yeon) as his personal barista. Tanya becomes involved in a dangerous social circle that involves not only the Russian sniper Ilyich (Joo Jin-mo) but also the mysterious socialite known as both BAE Jeong-ja and Sadako (Yoo Sun). With her intimate connection to the King, making a drink that could easily conceal poison, Tanya must decide if shewill become a pawn in the political battlefield of late 19th century Korea.

"Pink" (2011)

Directed by Jeon Soo-il

With Lee Seung-yeon-I, Seo Kab-sook, Park Hyun-woo, Kang San-eh, Lee Won-jong, Jung Jae-jin,...

Synopsis
Busan's representative director Jeon Soo-il's eight full feature film is set around "Pink", a shabby bar, and captures in detail the low lives with the director's characteristic static style. The performance by Seo Kab-sook, who returns to the big screen for the first in over 10 years since [Bongja], music by artist Kang San-eh, and the picturesque scenery of Goon-san beach, complete with the flying seagulls, add make the film an unquestionably memorable experience.

"The Beat Goes on" (2010)

Directed by Byun Sung-Hyun

With Bong Tae-gyu, Lee Young-hoon, Kwak Ji-min, Defconn, Byun Sung-Hyun, Lee Jae-won-I,...

Previously known as "Youth Groove" on HanCinema.
Synopsis
Meet the secret hip-hop group "Rampage" live and on stage.
Leader Chang-dae (Bong Tae-gyu), MC Min-soo (Lee Young-hoon) and vocalist Ah-ra (Kwak Ji-min) make up the cool and popular underground Hongdae hip-hop trio "Rampage". All is going well until Min-soo gets picked up by a record company and the group faces breaking up. Three years later, Chang-dae sees Min-soo on TV, now rich and better off than him, and he dreams of another chance to make it big. He then seeks out Ah-ra to find the whereabouts of the "S" video he starred in long ago...
What exactly happened to the group three years ago?

"Home Sweet Home - Movie" (2011)

Directed by Moon Si-hyun

With Kim Young-hoon, Yoo Ae-kyung, Lee Tae-rim, Baek Seol-ah, Kim Jong-soo, Kim Bum-joon,...

Synopsis
Tae-su, a young promising businessman and happily married family man, loses everything overnight when he underwrites a friend's debt. His wife cannot bear the thought of selling their posh flat and proposes divorcing on paper. Tae-su agrees and tries to steer clear of creditors at a bleak, dank Gosiwon or low-cost lodging facility for the poor with cubicle-like single rooms. There, a precocious teenager girl Se-ra takes an interest in him, but it's not before long her father intervenes.

"Fighting! Family" (2012)

Directed by Hong Ji-young, Kim Seong-ho, Lee Soo-yeon, Shin Su-won

With Kim Ji-young, Sun-Woo Sun, Lee Myung-haeng, Jung In-gi,...

Synopsis
An omnibus movie created by the Ministry of Health and Welfare to increase the nation's interest in low birth rates. The four-part story tells us the reality of our society.

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