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[Video] Trailer released for the Korean movie 'Food Chain'

2014/09/12 | Permalink | Source

Trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Food Chain"

"Food Chain" (2014)

Directed by Han Dong-ho

With Yoon Sul-hee, Uhm Da-hye, Kim Min-hyuk-II, Son Ji-wan, Ryu Il-song, Yeon Ji-ah,...

Synopsis
It's alright if it's not real. I wish someone would hold me closely.

In-hee (Yoon Sul-hee), a skin care specialist and Nam-hyeok (Kim Min-hyeok) met in high school and got married early. Nam-hyeok has inferiority complex from not being getting able to get a job and is tired of the same old life. Feeling a sense of shame, Nam-hyeok goes into a cafe one day and pretends to be the section head of a major company. He visits the place everyday to be comforted by the female owner Joo-yeon (Yeon Ji-ah). Bong-goo (Ryu Il-song) Joo-yeon's little brother who doesn't have a real job and lives off the pocket money she gives him for running her errands. He watches Mi-ae's (Uhm Da-hye) eating channel and falls for her. Graduate school teaching assistant Ji-hoon (Son Ji-wan) maintains a sexual partner relationship with Mi-ae, but she is serious about him. Meanwhile, Ji-hoon follows Mi-ae to the skin care specialist and meets In-hee then falls for her right away...

Release date in Korea : 2014/09/17

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