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Double Agent (이중간첩)

이중간첩

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123min | Release date in South Korea :

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  • After slump, Han Seok-Kyu returns to spotlight

    2013/03/20, Source,
    Han Seok-Kyu is a top-notch actor, but in his personal life, he lives away from his wife and children, who spend most of their time abroad for education. Han says he assuages his loneliness by reading books and watching movies. Provided by Showbox Mediaplex Leading actor Han Seok-Kyu is a trailblazer in the Korean movie industry. He has proved that any talented person can be an A-list actor even without smothering good looks or charisma. Han's characters include a dying man in his 30s from "Christmas in August" (1998) and a gigolo in "Moon over Seoul" (1994). Across the diverse personalities, he knew how to be real without resorting to cliches. Han indeed paved the way for character actors such as Song Kang-ho, Kim Yoon-seok and Ryoo Seung-ryong, who are some of the best known in their field today,...More
  • 'Berlin File' mixes Korean intrigue, cold war backdrop

    2013/01/28, Source,
    For director Ryoo Seung-wan, the drab cold war atmosphere still inherent in Berlin evoked the divided Korean Peninsula, the last outpost of the that era. Accordingly, the city's gray backdrop and its history of division helped get his creative juices flowing for "The Berlin File", his upcoming espionage action thriller set in the German capital following North and South Korean secret agents. "I visited Berlin to attend the Berlin International Film Festival in 2011 for my previous work, 'The Unjust'. The city still seemed to be full of that cold war atmosphere", said the director during a press event earlier this month ahead of the movie's release Wednesday,...More
  • 'Spy', 'Covertness' offer different takes on espionage

    2012/09/20, Source,
    "Spy" centers on down-to-earth protagonist Kim, who is more concerned with surging food and housing prices than operations, while "In Berlin" features cold-minded professional secret agents. Provided by CJ E&M and Lotte Entertainment Spy movies hold special appeal for Koreans, who still regularly hear news reports about secret agents from North Korea. More than 60 years after the peninsula was divided, however, some Korean espionage films are no longer featuring conventional spy heroes with suave personas. Rather, there are characters like the North Korean agent in "Spy" who is more concerned with soaring food and housing prices than his next secret mission. Director Woo Min-ho had an epiphany when the cost of skyrocketing rent hit him hard after he finished his debut feature, "Man of Vendetta"(2010),...More
  • Four leading Korean directors working on overseas projects

    2011/11/21, Source,
    By JU Sung Chul With leading Korean directors Park Chan-wook, Bong Joon-ho, Kim Jee-woon and Ryoo Seung-wan all working on overseas productions, journalist JU Sung Chul examines the details of their projects for "Korean Cinema Today"   The year 2012 looks like it will see an unprecedented rush of Korean directors working onforeign projects. This phenomenon seems similar to the situation back in the late 1990s when Hong Kong directors John WOO, Ringo LAM, TSUI Hark, Kirk WONG and Ronny YU all directed films produced in Hollywood.What's different is that whereas they were inclined to make films only in Hong Kong's specialty genre - the action film, their Korean counterparts are expected to make films that will retains the directors' varyingstyles and sensibilities. Park Chan-wook's "Stoker" and Kim Jee-woon's "The Last Stand" are produced by Hollywood-based companies while Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer" and Ryoo Seung-wan's "In Berlin" (working title) are to be co-productions,...More
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 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Editor
 Kim Won-yong (김원용)
 Sound department
 Kim Aaron (김아론)
 Directing department
 Gook Dong-seok (국동석)
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Release date in South Korea : 2003/01/24

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like a mix of john le carre + hollywood production
2008-03-15 13:54:49
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