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Korean movies opening today 2011/11/10 in Korea

2011/11/10 Source

Korean movies opening today 2011/11/10 in Korea "You Pet", "Penny Pinchers" and "Yeosu"

"You Pet" (2010)

Directed by Kim Byeong-gon

With Kim Ha-neul, Jang Keun-suk, Ryu Tae-joon, Jung Yoo-mi, Choi Jong-hoon, Kang Ha-neul,...

A fashion editor with the looks and the brains moves in with a perfect pretty man. This romantic melodrama is based on a Japanese comic that was also made into a drama in Japan.

"Penny Pinchers" (2011)

Directed by Kim Jeong-hwan-III

With Han Ye-seul, Song Joong-ki, Lee Sang-yeob, Shin So-yul,...

Previously known as "Many a Little Romance" and "Although I Was Born" (태어나긴 했지만, Tae-eo-na-gin Haett-ji-man)
Ji-woong is a loser who can't find a job, lies to his mom for money, but his mom abruptly cuts him off one day, and he becomes homeless. But that same day, salvation arrives in the form of Hong-sil who's extremely stingy. Her hobby is visiting the bank to make savings deposits, and her specialty is selling empty glass bottles and old newspapers for cash. One day, her savings plans are brought to a screeching halt when she learns she needs a separate bank account under someone else's name to reach her goal of 20 million dollars. That's when Ji-woong comes into the picture.

"Yeosu" (2010)

Directed by Jin Kwang-gyo

With Go Joon-hee, Jung Eui-chul,...

Mi-jin, 23-year-old woman, moves to Yeosu with her baby. She has a contract to work as a surrogate mother while also working at a bar, but she changes her mind and flees with her baby after she delivers it. She encounters Chulsu, a 25-year-old quick messenger who is in Yeosu to deliver the remains of a dead homeless person. They happen to stay at a motel together and come to realize the burden of life while traveling together with the baby. The burden of life is too heavy for individuals to carry on but it is not easy to share. Their anxiety never subsides even in Yeosu. As a portrait of our young generation, this film describes the anxiety of the young generation with no way out in the format of a road movie. (LEE Sang-yong)

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