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Korean movies opening today 2013/02/28 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2013/02/28 in Korea "Behind the Camera" and "Nobody's Daughter Haewon" (2012)

Directed by Lee Jae-yong

With Youn Yuh-jung, Park Hee-soon, Kang Hye-jung, Oh Jung-se, Kim Min-hee, Kim Ok-vin,...

Synopsis
Another docu-drama by Lee Jae-yong after "Actresses". Director Lee tries to direct a documentary style feature film remotely, using the Internet and mobile technology after having been proposed to make a short film promoting a new smartphone in the winter of 2011. Perhaps the first attempt of its kind in the world. The cast boasts popular stars.

Festival
Busan International Film Festival (2012) - Korean Cinema Today-Panorama
63rd Berlin Film Festival - Panorama

"Nobody's Daughter Haewon" (2013)

Directed by Hong Sang-soo

With Lee Sun-kyun, Jung Eun-chae, Kim Eui-sung, Yu Jun-sang, Ye Ji-won, Kim Ja-ok,...

Synopsis
Haewon, a college student, wants to end her secret affair with her professor, Seongjun. Feeling depressed after bidding farewell to her mother who is set to immigrate to Canada the next day, Haewon seeks out Seongjun again after a long time. That day, they run into her classmates at a restaurant and their relationship gets revealed. Haewon gets more agitated and Seongjun makes an extreme suggestion to run away together… Haewon dreams often. Her dreams will be compared to her waking life, but none can be denied as being a part of her life.

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