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Upcoming Korean movie "The Bros"

2017/05/27 | 563 views | Permalink | Source

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"The Bros" (2017)

Directed by Chang You-jeong

With Ma Dong-seok, Lee Dong-hwi, Lee Honey, Jo Woo-jin, Song Young-chang, Lee Ji-ha,...

Synopsis
The baseless 'I live alone' project is back!

Seok-bong is a lecturer on upcoming Korean history and he dreams of being Indiana Jones. His life goal is to find a national treasure and for that, he doesn't mind creating to debt to purchase the 'appropriate equipment'.
Joo-bong is the team manager of an architectural company who dreams of migrating to Germany, the land of fairness. He has a reputation for his work abilities but he's a weakling. These two brothers haven't seen each other in years but they return home to Andong at the news that their father passed away.

On their way down, they hit Oh Ro-ra, an employee from the cultural center. This secretive looking girl doesn't remember anything after the accident.
Their father's funeral was just an excuse and the brothers had their own reasons for going home but they face the truth about their family.

Will they be able to reach their goals and have their father's funeral?

Release date in Korea : 2017

Source : www.hancinema.net/kor...

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