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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 Nae-bu-ja-deul (2015)
A former political henchman seeks out revenge for being dropped by a ruthless politician while a determined investigator tries to proof a connection between them.
Director: Min-ho Woo
Cast: Byung-hun Lee, Seung-woo Cho, Yun-shik Baek, Kyeong-yeong Lee, Seong-woo Bae, Jae-yoon Jo, Dae-Myung Kim, Hong-Fa Kim
afdah Gwansang (2013)
Set during the seizure of the throne by Sejo of Joseon in the year 1455, the movie follows the life of Nae-Kyung. Nae-Kyung, the son of a ruined noble family, goes all around Joseon and studies physiognomy. He is able to assess the personality, mental state and habits of a person by looking at someone's face. Because of his abilities, he gets involved in a power struggle between Prince Sooyang and Kim Jong-Seo.
Director: Jae-rim Han
Cast: Yun-shik Baek, Hye-su Kim, Jong-Suk Lee, Jung-Jae Lee, Kang-ho Song
afdah The Taste of Money (2012)
Young-jak who is a private secretary of Madam BAEK, the center power of Korean conglomerate, deals with the immoral private issues of her wealthy family. As his desire for money and power grows, he endures whatever he’s ordered to do and letting people around him get hurt is not a concern for him.
Director: Sang-soo Im
Cast: Ju-wan On, Kang-woo Kim, Yun-shik Baek
Release: April 04, 2003
afdah Save the Green Planet! (Jigureul jikyeora) (2003)
is a South Korean film, written and directed by Jang Jun-hwan, released on 4 April 2003 . The movie mixes elements of multiple genres, including comedy, science fiction, horror and thriller. The basic story begins when the main character, Lee Byeong-gu, kidnaps another man, convinced that the latter is an alien.
Cast: Adolf Hitler, Dong-hyun Kim, Ha-kyun Shin, Jae-yong Lee, Jeong-min Hwang, Ju-bong Gi, Ju-hyeon Lee, Mu-hyeon Lee, Roe-ha Kim, Yun-shik Baek
afdah Clash of the Families (2011)
When cartoonist Hyun-joon (Song, Sae-Byeok) falls in love with Da-hong (Lee, Si-young), one of his fans, it sets up the archetypal battle between their two families, who are from rival regions. Hyun-joon comes from the politically liberal Honam region (North and South Jeolla) while Da-hong comes from the conservative Yeongnam region (North and South Gyeongsang). When the two declare their intention to marry, they are confronted with a seemingly endless number of barriers that threaten their happiness.
Cast: Cheol-min Park, Do-yun Kim, Dong-soo Kim, Eung-soo Kim, Hyo Joo Park, Jeong Mi-Seong, Jeong Seong-hwa, Jeong-nan Kim, Sae-Byeok Song, Si-young Lee, Su-mi Kim, Yun-shik Baek
afdah Na-neun wang-i-ro-so-i-da (2012)
Before Grand Prince Chungnyeong becomes King Sejong the Great, he places a slave in his throne and ventures outside of the palace walls. There, Grand Prince Chungnyeong experiences the life of common people and society at large.
Director: Kyu-sung Jang
Cast: Ji-hun Ju, Yun-shik Baek, Hie-bong Byeon, Yeong-gyu Park, Won-hie Lim, Ha-nui Lee, Do-bin Baek, Su-ro Kim, Yeoul Han, So-hyun Kim, Mi-do Lee, Hyeong-jun Lim, Han Seong-Yong
Release: February 03, 2005
afdah Geuddae geusaramdeul (2005)
On October 26, 1979, President Park Chung Hee, who had ruled South Korea since a 1961 coup, was assassinated by Kim Jae Kyu, his director of intelligence. The film depicts the events of that night, with a coda about the fate of each conspirator. While Park dines in the Blue House with two associates and two young women, Kim carries out his plot. He talks briefly of bringing democracy; mostly he seems irritated. The other assassins seem without motive beyond following orders. The killings are bloody, the aftermath equally disorderly and haphazard. Can major events of history be so mundane, so nearly comic?
Director: Sang-soo Im
Cast: Jae-ho Song, Suk-kyu Han, Yun-shik Baek, Won-joong Jung, Sang-geon Jo, Sang-ho Kim, Byung-gil Kwun, Jae-goo Lee, Seong-wook Kim, Sang-gun Cho, Dong-Hoon Choi, Won Yung Chung, Eun-ji Jo, Sang-kyun Jo, Jong-jun Jung
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