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[Photos + Video] New Stills and Trailer Added for the Korean Movie "Three Women"

2020/06/01 Source

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New stills and trailer added for the Korean movie "Three Women"

Trailer

"Three Women" (2019)

Directed by Wang Ji-bang

With Lee Soo, Sae Bom-I, Ahn So-hee-I, Jo Wan-jin, Min Do-yoon,...

Synopsis
The dream you want... you will know soon.
If this is a dream, I don't want to wake up...

Dong-seok, the husband who drinks everyday and comes home late. While Sang-hee waits for Dong-seok, she is being comforted by the main character of the movie, Min-gi. Meanwhile, Dong-seok feels sorry for his wife and talked to Yeong-cheol about his troubles. After seeing a video only meant for the couple, and hearing Dong-seok's troubles, Yeong-cheol told his wife, Mi-yeon, that it was nothing. The wife's nervous behavior continues. Dong-seok sneaks through his wife's car. He found a business card and heads there. There, he meets Ha-ni, the female character in the video and experiences a strange sensation. Mi-yeon continues to revolve around Sang-hee and Dong-seok. The couple continues to fall in a confusing situation... Louis, the man who knows everything and the one who controls the couple... Sang-hee and Dong-seok have an experience of changing their daily lives.

No release date in Korea yet

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