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[Photos] Added new poster and stills for the Korean movie 'Enemies In-Law'

2015/03/30 | 912 views | Permalink | Source

Added new poster and stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Enemies In-Law" (2014)

Directed by Kim Jin-young

With Jin Se-yeon, Hong Jong-hyun, Shin Jung-geun, Jeon Soo-kyung, Kim Eung-soo, Park Eun-hye,...

"How dare daughter! It's unthinkable! If you become the upcoming Korean police then I'll think about it".

A detective father is about to retire. With the eldest of the family being a leader of scientific investigation, a brother-in-law who teaches at Police School, a second sister who is a detective, a younger sibling whose whole family is made up of policemen or women. Yeong-hee is a former national fencing athlete and current detectve in the narcotics department. She's been supporting her boyfriend for 7 years in a row to help him get through police test.

His father specializes in cultural asset theft and his mother specializes in document forgery; Cheol-soo has inherited only the emotions of a detective and is preparing for police test 7 years in a row.

"...emotions of a criminal but is getting ready to take the police test 7 years in a row".

I will not allow my daughter to marry the son of a wanted man! vs. I am going to make my son a cop!

The two very different families go head-to-head.

Release date in Korea : 2015/04/30


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