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Korean movies opening today 2015/11/05 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2015/11/05 in Korea: "The Priests" and "Wild Flowers"

"The Priests" (2015)

Directed by Jang Jae-hyeon

With Kim Yun-seok, Gang Dong-won, Park So-dam, Kim Eui-sung, Son Jong-hak, Lee Ho-jae,...

Crank in : 2015/03/15
Formerly known as "Black Priests"
Synopsis
Two Catholic priests get involved in a mysterious case.

"Wild Flowers" (2014)

Directed by Park Suk-young

With Jo Soo-hyang, Kwon Eun-soo, Jeong Ha-dam, Lee Paul, Kang Bong-sung, Oh Chang-kyung,...

Synopsis
The life of runaway girls is exposed to the threats of prostitution or violent situations during the quest to find a place to stay overnight like Eun-soo and Soo-hyang. They save Ha-dam another girl being abused by a man on the street and together they seek a motel to sleep. Waiting for them are 'uncle' and his buddy Tae-sung who lock up runaway girls to pimp them for prostitution. The three are confined to their room, but manage to use Tae-sung's fondness of Soo-hyang to escape. After settling down in an abandoned house, they desperately look for a place to live together. The girls are filled with hope when Eun-soo signs the lease to their new home which is short-lived due to an unexpected mishap.

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