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  • Korean movies opening today 2013/09/12 in Korea

    2013/09/12, Source
    Korean movies opening today 2013/09/12 in Korea; "Our Sunhi", "Love in 42.9",...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Love in 42.9"

    2013/09/07
    The husband (Kim Jae-man) and wife (Sin So-hyeon) are ordinary, unremarkable people. The kind who we generally see in fairy tales before all the magical stuff happens. However, they believe, as most ordinary people do, in a magical exciting world of high drama that will open up with just the right plot catalyst. Now, they don't actually live in this world. It doesn't really exist. But what happens if they just assume it does and act accordingly? "Love in 42.9" is an extended, prolonged stare into the abyss of romantic storytelling,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound...

    2013/09/07
    K-Films Coming Soon: ★★★★★ "Our Sunhi": A young filmmaker returns to her old school in the hopes to get a letter of recommendation from her past professor. (09/12) ★★★★★ "The Face Reader": The most skilful face reader in the Joseon dynasty gets pulled from his life of seclusion and soon finds himself in the middle of a political power struggle for the crown. (09/11),...More

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