NewsLetter DailyWeekly
My HanCinema | Sign up, Why ? Your E-mail   Password    Auto| Help
HanCinema :: The Korean Movie and Drama Database, discover the South Korean cinema and drama diversity Contact HanCinema HanCinema on TwitterFaceBook HanCinema PageHanCinema on Twitter

Korean movies opening today 2012/05/24 in Korea

2012/05/24 Source

Korean movies opening today 2012/05/24 in Korea "Kids From Heaven", "U.F.O", documentaries "Hello!" and "Monk Beopjeong's Chair"

"Kids From Heaven" (2012)

Directed by Park Heung-sik

With Yoo Da-in, Park Ji-bin, Kim Bo-ra, Won Tae, Kim Beom-joon-I,...

A short-term teacher who takes over a problematic class goes through a stage of preparing for a performance with these children. Directed by Park Heung-sik and starring Park Ji-bin, Yoo Da-in and more.

"U.F.O" (2011)

Directed by Kong Quee-hyun

With Lee Joo-seung, Jung Young-ki, Kim Chang-hwan, Ji Sang-hyeok, Kim Tae-yoon-I, Seo Eun-ah,...

Soon-kyu, a high school student, caught sight of a UFO by chance with his classmates. To find the UFO, they leave for a so-called 'UFO mountain'. When they arrive there, they meet a girl named Ji-hyun who tells them to leave. But they don't turn back and keep their steps towards the mountain. 3 days later, they come back and insist they've contacted aliens the last night except Soon-kyu who blacked out due to overdrinking. After hearing that Ji-hyun's missing, he leaves for the mountain again to answer his own questions- UFOs, aliens and Ji-hyun.

"Hello!" (2011)

Directed by Lim Tae-hyeong

A documentary about the growth of 14 blind children going through school life and discovering their talents into the world.

"Monk Beopjeong's Chair" (2011 - Re-release)

Directed by Lim Seong-goo

With Choi Bool-am,...

The late Monk Beopjeong lived his whole life alone in a small temple in the mountains with no possessions. This human documentary of Monk Beopjeong from his childhood to his passing brings a person to his senses and gives limitless courage and overwhelming hope to live through this dangerous life. Giving sense of sharing, communication and mercy, Monk Beopjeong's lesson on no possession has come alive on video and has fragrantly bloomed once again.

Attention You're reading the news with potential spoilers, make them spoiler free, dismiss



 Previous news

About | Privacy policy | Contact | Partners

Mobile version