Korean movies opening today 2012/09/13 in Korea "Too Old Hiphop Kid", "Masquerade" and "Fighting! Family"
"Too Old Hiphop Kid" (2011)
Directed by Jung Dae-gun
A kid that dreamed of becoming a rapper ten years ago, has grown up to be a college student in the last year of his studies in film directing. Unsure about the future of his career, he enlists old friends from his teenage years to capture them on film and hold a performance together.
Directed by Choo Chang-min
With Lee Byung-hun, Ryoo Seung-ryong, Han Hyo-joo, Jang Gwang, Kim In-kwon, Sim Eun-kyeong,...
Previously known as "The King of Joseon" (조선의 왕, Jo-seon-eui Wang).
A commoner becoming the king is a theme that's all too familiar to us. The story was told in the well-known fable 'The Prince and The Pauperʼ and this film takes the idea from that and takes it to the 16th- century Joseon Dynasty. The king is the tragic historic figure of Kwanghae. The commoner who becomes the King realizes just what it takes to be a good king. Although the premise may feel like it's based on real events in history, but the film is a work of fiction. Lee Byung-hun plays both the king and the commoner and it's his first role in a historical drama since his debut. His queen, who loves her king despite realizing that he's a fake, is played by Han Hyo-joo who showed great potential in "Always". The movie is directed by Choo Chang-min whose other works include "Mapado" and "Lost in Love" and the writer Hwang Jo-yoon co-wrote "Old Boy".
"Fighting! Family" (2012)
Directed by Kim Seong-ho
With Kim Ji-young, Seon Woo-seon, Choi Hee-jin, Lee Myeong-haeng, Jang So-yeon, Jeong In-gi,...
An omnibus movie created by the Ministry of Health and Welfare to increase the nation's interest in low birth rates. The four-part story tells us the reality of our society.
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