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내비게이션 (nebi-geis-yeon)

Directed by Jang Kwon-ho (장권호)

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Fear Thriller

82min | Release date in South Korea :

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One spring day when the autumn colors had filled, three members of the movie club suddenly decide to borrow a senior's car and take a trip to an isolated village in Mountain Nae-jang. Being their first trip there, they get lost a little and witness a terrible accident and they pick up a navigation device nearby. The kind voice on the device leads them to their destination but they end up somewhere they never expected. They decide to take a break and find a piece of flat stone to grill some meat on but they realize the stone was a gravestone and hurriedly run away in their car. Their tragedy starts when someone jumps out from nowhere and is hit by their car...

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  • Horror flops fill film industry with fear

    2014/09/12, Source,
    In summer, spine-chilling horror movies used to be a popular genre. A palm-sweating experience inside an air-conditioned cinema was considered an entertaining way to escape from the heat. But interest in the genre has started to wane in the past few years. While the Korean box office is continuously expanding its diversity, experimenting with films from action to art-house, this is no longer the case for horror. In this year's summer box office, there was not a single fear-filled flick that registered high on any best film lists,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Navigation"

    2014/07/11,
    This movie is all about standard horror movie staples. Unlikable young people who spend just enough time being obnoxious that we in the audience want to see them die horribly? Check. A malicious supernatural presence whose reason for being is never clearly explained? Check. Camerawork that implies everything we're seeing was actually filmed by either one of the main characters or some other camera that happened to be nearby? Check,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.07.04 ~ 2014.07.06

    2014/07/07,
    "Divine" intervention almost topples Bay's beast… Micheal Bay's blockbusting "Transformers: Age of Extinction" managed to hold onto the top spot despite some serious local protest. Bay's latest was the sole star last weekend where it opened its Korean account with over 1.8M admissions, but the mech-monster was challenged here by a new entry in the form of Jo Beom-goo's "The Divine Move",...More
  • Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2014.07.04 ~ 2014.07.06

    2014/07/06, Source,
    The number one movie this week is "Transformers: Age of Extinction",...More
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Airing dates : 2014/07/03
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Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2014.07.06 : 407 admissions (total)

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