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The Moonlight of Seoul (비스티 보이즈)

비스티 보이즈 (Bi-seu-ti Bo-i-jeu)

Directed by Yoon Jong-bin (윤종빈)

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123min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis

Two young men, Seung-woo and Jae-hyun, serve as ‘hosts’ or male escorts for a discreet private women's club in a post district of Seoul. In the backdrop of Seoul's fast-changing modern lifestyle, these two young try to live the upbeat life of the affluent crowd by raking in money at the club even though their personal lives become ruined by the day. A realistic look into the dark businesses that go on in the rampant city life of today's Seoul metropolitan.

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    Film: "Nameless Gangster" Director: Yoon Jong-bin ("The Moonlight of Seoul" and "The Unforgiven") Stars: Choi Min-sik, Ha Jeong-woo, Jo Jin-woong, Ma Dong-seok and Kwak Do-won Review Score: 8/10 Also try: "A Dirty Carnival", "A Bittersweet Life" and "Rough Cut" The gangster genre has never been found wanting within Korean cinema. Tales of authoritative corruption, nepotism and violence have been a common reoccurrence within modern Korean cinema, and directors have been able to continually transform the archetypal Korean gangster around these constants. From light-hearted comedies to political conspiracy thrillers, the Korean gangster film seems to be one of the mainstays of contemporary Korean cinema,...More
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Distribution
Showbox (쇼박스)
Staff
 Park Ki-yong (박기용)
 Production department
 Kim Hong-jib (김홍집)
 Musician
 Lee Jeong-hwa (이정화)
 Script
Technics
123 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
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www.beastieboys.co.k...
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Sales or release dates & Box Office
Release date in South Korea : 2008/04/30
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2008.06.01 : 727,348 admissions (total)
As of 2008.05.25 : 722,637 admissions (total)
As of 2008.05.18 : 704,725 admissions (total)
As of 2008.05.11 : 615,566 admissions (total)
As of 2008.05.04 : 396,091 admissions (total)
As of 2008.04.27 : 14,168 admissions (total)

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i have to find out where to watch this - he also got a new drama available now called Who Are You? i'm happy for you YSK for having so many projects after your military service!
2008-04-29 10:09:06
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