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Dance Town (댄스 타운)

댄스 타운 (Daen-seu Ta-woon)

Directed by Jeon Kyu-hwan (전규환)

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95min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
Jung-Nim, a North Korean middle class worker, defects from the North following the accusation of watching a porn video. Her husband barely gets Jung-Nim out of the country but is arrested by the North Korean security forces. Jung-Nim lives in South Korea under the surveillance of Kim Soo-Jin, who was assigned to do this by the government. Jung-Nim feels lonely, and then meets Oh Sung-Tae, a patrolman. But as time goes by, itís her husband that Jung-Nim misses and worries about more and more. It is then that she hears news about her imprisoned husband through her watchdog Soo-JinÖ

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Airing dates : 2011/09/01

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