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[Video + Photos] Added new music video and stills for the Korean movie 'Han River'

2016/08/23 | Permalink | Source

Added new music video and stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Han River"

"Han River" (2014)

Directed by Lee Moo-yeong

With Bong Man-dae, Ki Tae-young, Kim Jung-pal, Kim Hee-jung-I, Lee Kyung-mi-II, Go Won-hee-I,...

Synopsis
Catholic priest, Myeong-jun, climbs up one of the bridges crossing the Han River to commit suicide after learning that a woman who loved him in the past, has killed herself. Then Jang-hyo, a homeless person, tells the man on the bridge that he bet with other homeless people that the suicide attempt will fail. Myeong-jun jumps into the river anyway. But Jang-hyo rescues the suicidal priest and lets him join the homeless community. Chu-ja, a transgender homeless person, is on bad terms with his daughter. When he hesitates about attending his daughter's wedding, the two men visit the daughter and ask her to forgive her father. Another homeless person, Maria goes to a soup kitchen at a Catholic church, where she sees the beautiful nun Angela. Maria, who was pregnant at the time, gives birth to a baby later and decides to remain at the church to be a sister. Despite their own painful history, each of these four people finds a way to reconcile with the past.

Release date in Korea : 2016/09

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