Korean movies opening today 2014/09/25 in Korea
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"Zombie School" (2014)
Directed by Kim Seok-jung
With Baek Seo-bin, Kim Seung-hwan, Ha Eun-seol, Kim Kyung-ryong, Park Jae-hoon, Lee Sang-eun-I,...
Chilsung School is seemingly peaceful, yet no can predict the horrific events that are soon to take place. Pigs buried alive during the foot-and-mouth disease scare, have come back from the grave – teachers are bitten by the zombie pigs, turning into zombies themselves, while the students team up to fight the teachers. This film promises another new experience in Korean-style zombie films.
"A Fresh Girl" (2010)
Directed by Kim Jeong-ho-I
With Kim Se-in, Bang Seong-ho, Jo Byung-ki, Uhm Choon-bae, Chae Eun-joo, Kang Byung-jin,...
Cheong-ah throws herself in the desires of grown ups for the sake of her disabled father.
For her disabled father and to protect her family which is on the verge of breaking up, high school teen Cheong-ah maintains life by working at a gas station. The owner of the gas station Dong-pal pretends to comfort her, but in the end his desires overwhelm him and uses money to take away her virginity. Dong-pal starts obssessing with her in the name of love and from then onwards, Cheong-ah abandons herself and throws her physical self out there. Then one day, San-hae, the owner of a medium-sized business who parted with his family and lived a lonely life, sees Cheong-ah sitting under a lamp post with a blue rose in her hands. A strange emotion sweeps over him...
"Nine Muses of Star Empire" (2014)
Directed by Lee Hark-joon
With Nine Muses,...
"Nine Muses of Star Empire" is a year-long chronicle that follows the journey of an all-girl pop group called The Nine Muses. It portrays the everyday life of nine young girls, relentlessly pursuing their dreams, happiness, and satisfaction in a world of jealousy, betrayal, and scandal. The Nine Muses, just like millions of other pop groups, is a new, emerging South Korean girl group, aspiring to perform on a national stage and gain world-wide fame. For that, the girls from an early age have decided to set aside their own agendas, interests, and identities, and instead live as one of the Muses, the characters which the entertainment company has created and whose every moves are coordinated.
"Toxic Desire: Addiction" (2014)
Directed by Yoon Yeo-chang
With Hong Kyung-in, Kim Sun-young-IV,...
Formerly known as "Cutie" (이쁜이, i-bbeun-i)
"Someone's always watching me but people don't believe me when I say there's someone there"
Psychiatrist Joon-sang is a well-known doctor. He is level-headed with his patients, but he's got a painful past. He'd witnessed his wife kill herself because she was raped. He'd suffered insomnia along with guilt and sadness until a beautiful girl Ji-soo comes along. She tells him every man who's loved her died and that someone was watching her. She seduces Joon-sang. A detective suspects Ji-soo to be involved with a recent murder case and asks Joon-sang for her medical records...
Falling in love with something dangerous and the end of which is unknown!
"A Pharisee" (2014)
Directed by Jeong Yeong-bae
With Ye Hak-young, "Viki", Cho Min-ah, Kim Bo-mi-II, Go Jung-il, Ha Tae-sung,...
For the first time ever, idols attempt at a bed scene!
The girl groups are coming of age!
Seung-gi (Ye Hak-young) has been living under a strict father, blaming himself everytime when a natural but uncontrollable desire surges from inside of him. However, because he can't spurt that desire in reality, every night Seung-gi shares passionate love with a mystery woman in his dreams.
He meets Eun-ji ("Viki") a senior from school and gets provoked by her as well as Soo-jeong (Cho Min-ah) who he's had a crush on forever.
"Splendid but Sad Days" (2013)
Directed by Lee Hong-Ki-I
In a wide ocean, an old woman works on a fishing boat by herself. Her alcoholic husband has been mooching off her for all his life. Nonetheless, the sea and her husband are equally the gifts of life to her.