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The Summer in Ibaraki (이바라키의 여름)

이바라키의 여름 (I-ba-ra-ki-eui Yeo-reum)

Directed by Jeon Seong-ho (전성호)

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96min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
This documentary is a human story. Kang Seon-hwa, a freshman at Kunkuk high school located in Osaka, Japan, is a member of Korean traditional culture club. She and her friends are going to participate in the 35th Japan High school culture competition representing the Osaka region. This is a coming of age drama about youth who are eager to achieve their dream and find their identity by completing their journey.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Summer in Ibaraki"

    2016/11/19
    In Japan there is a massive countrywide cultural performance competition for high school students. Ethnically Korean Japanese schools also participate, although their definition of cultural performance differs somewhat from those of their Japanese peers. Kunkuk High School, located in Osaka, has an especially intensive program, and have consequently been chosen to represent Osaka in the thirty-fifth annual competition. "The Summer in Ibaraki" is their story,...More

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Summer in Ibaraki"

    2016/11/19
    In Japan there is a massive countrywide cultural performance competition for high school students. Ethnically Korean Japanese schools also participate, although their definition of cultural performance differs somewhat from those of their Japanese peers. Kunkuk High School, located in Osaka, has an especially intensive program, and have consequently been chosen to represent Osaka in the thirty-fifth annual competition. "The Summer in Ibaraki" is their story,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2015.10.02 ~ 2015.10.04

    2015/10/05
    "The Intern" rises to the top while Ryoo Seung-wan's "Veteran" breaks another record… Nancy Meyers' "The Intern" has dislodged Lee Joon-ik's popular period piece "The Throne" to become the country's new number one. Lee's latest has been sitting pretty at the top for three weeks now, and since its release mid-August it's managed to amass a total tally of 5.5 million admissions, 492 thousand of which came from this past weekend. But a second week in the charts has helped raised Meyer's film to the top in a tightly contested weekend where the podium placements could have gone either way,...More
  • Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2015.10.02 ~ 2015.10.04

    2015/10/04, Source
    The number one movie this week is "The Intern",...More

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 Jeon Seong-ho (전성호)
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96 min 
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Release date in South Korea : 2015/08/06
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2015.10.04 : 568  admissions (total)

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