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afdah R-Point (2004)
On 07 January 1972, the South Korean base in Nah-Trang, Vietnam, receives a radio transmission from a missing platoon presumed dead. The high-command assigns the veteran and decorated Lieutenant Choi Tae-in to lead a squad with eight other soldiers and rescue the missing soldiers from the . When they arrive in the location, they have a shooting and defeat a Vietnamese woman with a machine gun in a trench. Later, they find a tombstone telling that one hundred years ago, Chinese killed Vietnamese, dropped them in a lake and built a temple over the place, being a sacred location to the Vietnamese. While chasing the missing soldiers, weird things happen with the rescue team.
Director: Su-chang Kong
Cast: Byung-ho Son, Ju-bong Gi, Won-sang Park
afdah The Big Swindle (2004)
After being convicted for fraud, one month has passed since CHOI Chang-Hyuk\'s release from jail. But this time around he\'s got an elaborate plan cooked up. It\'s the biggest bank heist in ...
Director: Dong-hoon Choi
Cast: Shin-yang Park, Jung-ah Yum, Yun-shik Baek, Ho-jin Chun, Mun-shik Lee, Won-sang Park, Sang-ho Kim, Hie-bong Jo, Yun-seok Kim, Seon Yu
afdah Sado (2015)
Set in 18th century Korea, long-ruling King Yeongjo\'s struggle with his son, Sado, sees the king take extreme measures in order to deal with his heir.
Director: Joon-ik Lee
Cast: Kang-ho Song, Ah In Yoo, Geun-young Moon, Hae-suk Kim, Won-sang Park, Hye-jin Jeon, Ji-hee Jin, So-dam Park, Ye-ji Seo, Ji-seob So, Ji Sung Uhm
afdah Je-bo-ja (2014)
\"This film is based on the true story of disgraced Korean researcher whose unethical practices were exposed after he received critical alarm for good work.\" -- Screen Red
Director: Soonrye Yim
Cast: Hae-il Park, Kyeong-yeong Lee, Yeon-Seok Yoo, Won-sang Park, Hyeon-kyeong Ryu, Ha-yoon Song, Mi-do Lee
afdah Geomi sup (2004)
A recently widowed TV producer is drawn to an isolated cabin in a mysterious woods.
Director: Il-gon Song
Cast: Byung-ho Son, Hyeong-seong Jang, Won-sang Park
afdah Jji-ra-si: Wi-heom-han So-moon (2014)
A promising young actress takes her own life after a scandal erupts over her relationship with a married politician. Woo-gun, the actress' long-time devoted manager who dedicated everything to building her career, initiates vengeful investigation to expose the sources of the malicious rumour
Director: Kwang-shik Kim
Cast: Jin-yeong Jeong, Kang-woo Kim, Chang-Seok Ko, Seong-Woong Park, Won-sang Park
afdah Uninvited (2003)
Jeong-won is a man with no memory of his childhood and his real family. At the beginning of the film he witnesses the deaths of two young girls. He begins seeing the girls dead bodies sitting at his kitchen table. He meets Yeon, a narcoleptic who is a witness in a infant murder case. She can also see the "ghosts" and he soon finds out she is psychic and can also help him recover his lost memories.
Director: Soo-youn Lee
Cast: Gianna Jun, Shin-yang Park, Won-sang Park, Yeo-jin Kim
afdah Two Moons (2012)
"" depicts two women and a man that find themselves in a isolated area without a way out. So-Hee (Park Han-Byul) is a horror story writer who holds a secret. Seok-Ho (Kim Ji-Seok) is a university student who suffers from an an unidentified trauma. He tries to uncover what that trauma is. "Subtitled in English"
Cast: Han-byeol Park, Sujin Kim, Won-sang Park
afdah Unbowed (2011)
in late 2007, one math professor named Kim Kyung-ho (Ahn Seong-gi) is arrested for attempting to assault the judge who presided over a trial on his appeal case. Several years ago, he was fired by his university just because he could not be silent about one faulty problem in some important exam. He filed a lawsuit for this unfair discharge, but he lost. Later, after finding that there was a good chance for his win, he enters an appeal, but that judge dismisses it without any proper reason.
Director: Ji-yeong Jeong
Cast: Sung-kee Ahn, Won-sang Park
afdah Be with Me (2009)
Seo-hee, Nam-hee and Lan. These three girls happen to read their tarot cards. Tarot cards tell them once-in-a-life-time opportunities will be coming to each of them simply by holding tarot cards and chanting magic spells. And the magic spells are nothing but their own names! Once their names are said, very special events begin to unfold.
Cast: Ye-ri Han, Jong-hyeon Hong, Byeong-guk Hwang, Shin Ji-Soo, Kkobbi Kim, Chae-eun Lee, Je-hoon Lee, Jong-Suk Lee, Min-ho Lee, Won-sang Park, Lee Poong-Yoon
afdah Heugsuseon (2001)
Based on a true story and a legendary Korean novel, this movie follows Detective Oh (superstar Lee Jung Jae) and his investigation into the mysterious murder of a North Korean. His investigation leads him to a diary, which was written by a nun who - along with her boyfriend - helped lead the escape of North Korean POWs held captive during the Korean War. Detective Oh eventually becomes emotionally involved with the case and pursues the writer of the diary and her long-lost boyfriend, hoping to crack the case and learn more about the story of the POWs.
Director: Chang-ho Bae
Cast: Jung-Jae Lee, Sung-kee Ahn, Mi-yeon Lee, Jun-ho Jeong, Ki-yeong Lee, Seong-jin Kang, Su-ro Kim, Won-sang Park, Seon-mi Yeon
afdah Villain and Widow (2010)
Struggling to support herself and teenage daughter, widow Yeon-ju rents out the second floor of her home to Chang-In, who claims to be a novelist working on a new book. The neighbors suspect Chang-In\'s true identity, as he spends an inordinate time in Yeon-ju\'s quarters whenever he\'s left home alone. A battle of wits, charm and various tensions ensue with the trio living under one roof, each harboring their own elaborate motives.
Director: Jae-gon Son
Cast: Suk-kyu Han, Hye-su Kim, Dong-ho Shin, Won-sang Park, Ji Woo
afdah May 18 (2007)
Kang Min Woo leads a relatively peaceful life with his younger brother Kang Jin Woo. Min Woo has been captivated by Park Shin Ae, friend to Jin Woo and daughter to Park Heung Su. Min Woo, being shy, manipulates Shin Ae into going to the movies with him and his brother, Jin Woo, by telling her it's out of sympathy for his brother who studies too hard. The next day at the theaters, while Min Woo was in amusement from watching a film smoke began seeping in. An outburst came through the doors of a soldier beating a man to death and everyone inside ran out of the theatre in fear. That day soldiers went on a rampage against the citizens, assaulting everyone and anyone. Park Heung Su, father to Shin Ae, tried to find out what was happening by seeking out General Choi who was in-charge of this infiltration into his town. But nothing could stop the soldiers not even Heung Su who was once a general himself. The citizens form a militia were determined to protect their loved ones. Out of anger and loss of a friend Jin Woo decided to gather a group of students to retaliate against the soldiers but all goes wrong when the soldiers began firing their weapons killing citizens on sight. Min Woo who was entangled in his own little situation of being captured, escaped and ran back into town only to see his brother shot among the running crowd of citizens. Furious of his brothers death, Min Woo found himself caught in the middle of it all for he swore revenge even if it cost him his life.
Director: Ji-hun Kim
Cast: Byung-ho Son, Eol Lee, In-gi Jeong, Jae-ho Song, Mun-hee Na, Sung-kee Ahn, Tae-won Kwon, Won-sang Park, Yong-soo Park
afdah Daenseo-ui sunjeong (2005)
Hoping to make a comeback, Na Yeong-sae (Park Keon-hyeong) arranges to marry an ethnically Korean champion dancer from China. Only after they've registered does he find his bride is actually his intended's younger sister, Jang Chae-rin (Mun Geun-yeong), with almost zero terp experience. Between avoiding Eros' darts, Yeong-sae tries to train Chae-rin to competition standards in three months. Plot doesn't hold water for a second, but Chae-rin's gradual transformation from hick teen to sexy dance partner is cleverly handled by Mun (and pic's makeup and costume departments), and thesp is a nifty mover on the dance floor alongside musical performer Park.
Cast: Ji-yeong Kim, Won-sang Park, Yu-mi Jeong
afdah Redeu-ai (2005)
When a new stewardess joins the night shift crew of the train, she find that some mystic events become occur during the train night run. As the film goes we see that the train has more hidden secrets that lead to a suspicion that it might be linked to the crash of the same train several years ago. The 'spooky' train becomes a living thing and slowly starting to claim victims. Will the lady be able to stop this or all of the people aboard this train doomed?
Cast: Eol Lee, Won-sang Park
afdah Nae Kkangpae Gateun Aein (2010)
Dong-chul can’t fight at all, but he’s a gangster who can talk. He can’t show off his skills as well as before, but his spirit is still alive. But the girl who seems nice on the outside moves next door, and she doesn’t feel threatened by him. If he calls her “the girl next door,” she gets defensive. But for some reason, he wants to be nice to her! Se-jin has put herself out on the job market. She has big plans and got the semi-basement room. But a gangster who doesn’t even look like one lives next door. This man calls her “the girl next door” as if he knows her. The gangster that talks too much. She doesn’t hate him!
Director: Kwang-shik Kim
Cast: In-gi Jung, Joong-Hoon Park, Won-sang Park, Yu-mi Jeong
afdah Haepi ero keurisemaseu (2003)
Yearning to be a respectful cop to vanquish the evil since small, Byung-ki (Cha Tae-hyun) is a patrolman of few words in a village, helping out trivial tasks like distributing promotional papers. One day, he runs into Min-kyong (Kim Sun-ah), an emplo
Cast: Ji-yeong Kim, Kyoung-In Hong, Tae-hyun Cha, Won-sang Park
afdah Yeogyosu-ui eunmilhan maeryeok (2006)
The story of a beautiful teacher's love affair with five men.
Director: Ha Lee
Cast: Won-sang Park
afdah GP506 (2008)
GP: Guard Post is on the frontline inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The tour of duty lasts for 3 months and nobody is allowed to leave. A maze-like concrete bunker is approximately 990-1650m2. Soldiers are fully armed and ready to engage at all t
Director: Su-chang Kong
Cast: Byung-ho Son, Won-sang Park
Release: April 25, 1986
afdah Home of the Brave A Film by Laurie Anderson (1986)
Setlist: 1. Smoke Rings 2. White Lily 3. Late Show 4. Talk Normal 5. Language Is A Virus 6. Radar 7. Sharkey's Night 8. Credit Racket
Cast: Adrian Belew, Laurie Anderson, Richard Landry, William S Burroughs, Won-sang Park
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