Korean movies opening today 2016/05/12 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2016/05/12 in Korea: "My New Sassy Girl", "The Wailing", "Waiting For The Snow", "Kissing Cousin", "Twisted Daddy", "I'm Feng", and "I Am Trash"


"My New Sassy Girl" (2015)

Directed by Jo Geun-sik

With Cha Tae-hyun, Victoria, Mina Fujii, Bae Sung-woo, Choi Jin-ho, Song Bo-eun,...

"My New Sassy Girl" is a co-production between South Korea and China.
A sequel to the 2001 movie "My Sassy Girl", Kyeon-woo can't forget the sassy girl and one day meets the love of his life once again and marries her; however, he goes through a honeymoon which no man would ever dream of.

"The Wailing" (2014)

Directed by Na Hong-jin

With Kwak Do-won, Hwang Jung-min, Jun Kunimura, Chun Woo-hee, Kim Hwan-hee, Heo Jin,...

Also known as "Goksung"
Crank in : 2014/08/31
Crank up : 2015/02/28
A story about a creepy case in a countryside village.

Cannes 2016 (Out-of-competition)

"Waiting For The Snow" (2015)

Directed by Jang Hee-cheol

With Lee Hyo-rim, Bae Jin-man, Kang Seong-gook,...

Just stepped into society, Sunwoo gets drunk at the first company gathering and encounters Seong-gook whom she walks around with through the night. A warm-hearted film with ordinary events.

"Kissing Cousin" (2015)

Directed by Jang Hyeon-sang

With Jang In-sub, Bae So-eun, Moon Tae-geon, Oh Yu-jin, Jo Soo-hyang, Lee Hyung-goo,...

A love that was so strong during childhood.
13-year-old Tae-ok felt strong feelings of love when he first met his cousin at the family gathering. "12 years later, my heart started beating again". A letter arrives from Ari while he is on military duty.

"Twisted Daddy" (2013)

Directed by Jang Hyeon-soo

With Jo Sang-gu, Hong Kyung-in, Park Se-jin-I, Ji Sung-won,...

A man laboring at a swanky restaurant works himself to the bone to ensure his son can afford to study law and become a prosecutor. He feels it gives his own life value, even if it comes at the cost of hurting his son.

"I'm Feng" (2015)

Directed by Min Byeong-hoon

With Yoon Joo, Seo Jang-won, Feng Zhengjie,...

"I'm Feng" is a collaboration between South Korea and China
Feng Zhengjie is suffering from a lack of inspiration that keeps him from both painting and falling asleep at night. One night, wide awake as always, he sees a woman slide by in front of him. She is faint, indistinct, and both nearby and unreachable all at once. She hovers around him, and appears wherever he goes; the bar, on the street, a coffee shop. He is no longer certain whether the woman is in his head, or whether he is the one in the woman's head. Soon, his time starts flowing backwards. As more time passes, Feng Zhengjie falls deep into his inner world, and the boundaries between dream and reality fall apart. When he closes his eyes, he hears the everyday sounds of modern civilization. When he opens them, he again sees a dense forest, and wakes with the wind of nature. He is young again. He wanders aimlessly, until he comes face to face with the woman he was haunted by.

"I Am Trash" (2015)

Directed by Lee Sang-woo-IV

With Lee Sang-woo-IV, Kwon Bum-taek, Yang Do-hyun, Park Hyeong-bin, Jo Yong-seok, Yoo So-hyun,...

Three grown sons have struggled to achieve some sort of normal routine after their father was sent off to prison for sexual assault on an underaged girl. Their lives are thrown into radical disarray when dad finishes his time and returns to the family home. The fact that the victim's father is awaiting the return outside their door with a knife is certainly not any help to their situation... but it's not like things are going so well otherwise, with the three sons, a virtual compendium of sexual dysfunctions in their own right.

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