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Shiri (쉬리)

쉬리

Directed by Kang Je-gyu (강제규)

Screenplay by ,

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120min | Release date in South Korea :

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 Produced by
 Kang Je-gyu (강제규)
Staff
 Cheon Se-hwan (천세환)
 Assistant director
 Baek Woon-hak (백운학)
 Assistant director
 Lee Dong-joon (이동준)
 Musician
 Jeon Yoon-soo (전윤수)
 Assistant director
 Park Kok-ji (박곡지)
 Editor
 Kim Jeong-woo (김정우)
 Script
 Kim Min-su (김민수)
 Martial arts team
 Jeong Jae-hwan (정재환)
 Jang Youn-Jung (장윤정)
 Costume department
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120 min 
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Release date in South Korea : 1999/02/13

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Good movie. Really threaded well the tension between North and South Korea in this movie. and the acting was good. this was a good movie.
2007-08-16 20:14:46
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