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Domestic Movie With English Subtitles

2006/04/20 Source

Art of Fighting (Ssaumui Kisol) (2005)

Seoul Selection Bookstore

At 11:00 a.m. Saturday

Directed by Sin Han-sol, the movie revolves around a high school student who learns the Art of Fighting to avoid being beaten by school bullies. Song Byung-tae is a timid and weak high school student bullied by his schoolmates everyday. To defend himself, he tries to learn martial arts but he can't find anybody good at fighting, until he meets a mysterious man, Oh Pan-su. Byung-tae asks Pan-su to teach him practical skills but Pan-su seems indifferent. Eventually Byung-tae's desperate pleas change Pan-su's mind, and Byung-tae can finally learn how to win in a fight. The venue is located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets 3,000 won. For more information, call (02) 734-9565 or visit Open the link

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