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"Taegukgi" Opens in Japanese Theaters on June 25

2004/03/19 | 154 views | Permalink | Source

The Korean movie Taegukgi is scheduled to be released in Japan on June 25, coinciding with the day the Korean War started.

An official at the foreign sales team from Showbox, Taegukgi's distribution company, commented on the film's opening in Japan, Since the movie is about the Korean War, we are promoting the release of the film on the day the Korean War began".

Taegukgi has garnered a great deal of interest in Japan and was sold to a Japanese distributor before it was produced. In addition, the film's distributor has decided upon the title Brotherhood", and has decided to have the Korean singer Boa, who is one of the top singers in Japan, will sing the movie's title song for the Japanese version.

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