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Korean movies opening today 2013/08/01 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2013/08/01 in Korea; "The Terror Live", "Snowpiercer"

"The Terror Live" (2013)

Directed by Kim Byeong-woo

With Ha Jung-woo, Lee Kyung-young, Jeon Hye-jin-II,...

Also known as "90 Minutes of Terror"
Synopsis
"I'll blow up Mapo Bridgel". An anonymous call comes into a radio station one day. When the call turns out to be real, a terrorist's threats end up getting broadcast live throughout the country. Ha Jung-woo plays a former TV anchorman who takes this incident as his opportunity to get on top. "90 Minutes of Terror" is the sophomore feature of Kim Byeong-woo, following his 2007 feature debut "WRITTEN".

"Snowpiercer" (2013)

Directed by Bong Joon-ho

With Chris Evans, Song Kang-ho, Ed Harris, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell,...

"Snowpiercer" is a South Korean, French and American co-production.
Synopsis
All is not so serene on the train after all. The tail section of the train swarms with the poor and the starving. The golden front is where the few remaining members of the establishment live luxurious lives replete with wine and steak. After 17 years of suffering, tail section leaders Curtis and Gilliam have secretly begun planning a revolution. Now the time has come for the people of the tail section to rise up against the soldiers' violent rifles. Young revolutionary Curtis advances with one goal in mind: to meet Wilford, the creator of the train and keeper of its perpetual engine.

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