Korean movies opening today 2016/10/13 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2016/10/13 in Korea: "Luck.Key", "Woojoo's Christmas", "A Quiet Dream", "Spy Nation", and "Young Sister-In-Law"

"Luck.Key" (2015)

Directed by Lee Gye-byeok

With Yoo Hae-jin, Lee Joon, Jo Yoon-hee, Lim Ji-yeon, Jeon Hye-bin, Cha Yup,...

Formerly known as "Key of Life" (럭키, leok-ki)
Based on an original Japanese movie about a side actress and a gangster switch who live with each other.

A reverse comedy about a charismatic killer who becomes an unknown actor because of a public bath house key.

"Woojoo's Christmas" (2015)

Directed by Kim Gyeong-Hyeong

With Kim Ji-soo, Huh Yi-jae, Shim Eun-jin, Yoon So-mi, Jang Kyoung-up, Park Sa-rang,...

Also known as "Christmas in the Universe"
The movie tells a story of whimsical and beautiful experiences that a woman goes through after she has changed an antique store into a café for her business.

"A Quiet Dream" (2016)

Directed by Zhang Lu

With Han Ye-ri, Yang Ik-june, Park Jung-bum, Yoon Jong-bin, Lee Joon-dong, Lee Joo-young,...

Life is tough for Ye-ri, a young woman who runs a bar and takes care of her unconscious, paralyzed father. Three men, Ik-joon, Jong-bin, and Jung-bum, all try to woo her, but they don't have much success for each is flawed in their own way. Ik-joon is similar to the vagabond in "Breathless", Jong-bin is reminiscent of the private in "The Unforgiven", and Jung-bum is like the North Korean defector in "The Journals of Musan". Can any of them win Ye-ri's heart?
As the Korean title hints, the story in "A Quiet Dream" may only be a "Dream". Movies certainly do have dream-like attributes, and dreams are also a mirror of reality. Such thoughts remind us of the question Zhang Lu proposes to immigrant workers in his documentary Scenery: "What is your dream?" Their dreams actually unfold through his films, which are instilled with life's warmth, compassion, and tribulations.
"A Quiet Dream" serves as a testament to Zhang Lu's second period films, which include "Gyeongju" and "Love and...". After attempting to criticize reality through calm contemplation, Zhang has turned to making films that intertwine dreams, the cinematic, and reality. Black and white images, restrained music, the daily rhythm of life--all coalesce within the traces of a dream.

"Spy Nation" (2016)

Directed by Choi Seungho

With Choi Seungho,...

Yu Wooseong who had been working as a civil servant is on trial for espionage following his sibling's confession. A reporter who has been laid off begins following the traces of a spy story manipulated by a government agency. The clues lead to a confession and false evidence that society and the press have turned their back on.

"Young Sister-In-Law" (2016)

Directed by Choi Woo-seong

With Kang Ye-na, Do Mo-se, Si Hyeon, Ah Ri,...

Three men and women start living together. Byeong-soo (Do Mo-se) is chosen in a scenario contest and is picked to write a script for a movie, so he leaves the noisy city and moves in with his married senior from school. At the house is Ji-eun (Si Hyeon), the senior's wife and a young and sexy Bo-yeong (Kang Ye-na).  

The three living together leads to some risky situations!