Pinterest
NewsLetter DailyWeekly
 
My HanCinema | Sign up, Why ? Your E-mail   Password    Auto| Help
HanCinema :: The Korean Movie and Drama Database, discover the South Korean cinema and drama diversity Contact HanCinema HanCinema on TwitterFaceBook HanCinema PageHanCinema on Twitter

Korean movies opening today 2014/11/20 in Korea

2014/11/20 | 996 views | Permalink | Source

Korean movies opening today 2014/11/20 in Korea: "Dad for Rent", "Late Spring", "Mot", and "He Who Loves the World"

"Dad for Rent" (2013)

Directed by Kim Deok-soo

With Kim Sang-kyung, Moon Jung-hee, Chae Jung-an, Jo Jae-yun, Bang Minah, Choi Da-in,...

Synopsis
The story starts with Chae Ah-yeong, who came up with an idea of a rental business of her own father. On the day of her school garage sale, Ah-yeong presents her father Taeman Chae, claiming that he is her useful item which is not in use, and JT, who craves for a father figure in his life, takes the offer and rents Taeman. Since then, Ah-yeong's puts an advertisement on a website and Taeman's father rental business expands making it official. However, out of shame, Taeman carries on his business without letting his wife, Jisu know about it. Taeman plays an excellent father figure for others who pay for the service, while neglecting his real family due to his busy schedule.
Meanwhile, Jisu suspects Taeman's double life and figures he is having an affair with JT's mother, thus making their marriage fall apart. Realizing the crisis upon her family, Ah-yeong pays all her savings to rent her own father, Taeman. Taeman and Jisu realizes they have not paid enough attention to their daughter and reclaims their family value once and for all.

"Late Spring" (2014)

Directed by Jo Geun-hyeon

With Park Yong-woo, Kim Seo-hyung, Lee Yoo-young, Joo Young-ho, Yoon Ye-hee, Ahn Soo-bin,...

Synopsis
In post war Korea, the government decides to dispatch troops to Vietnam in an attempt to rebuild the country's devastated economy. A genius sculptor and renowned figure in the art scene of the day is diagnosed with a progressive disorder that eventually leads to total paralysis of the body. In despair, he abandons work and loses the meaning of life. His wife who could not watch her husband perish day after day, goes on a search of a model to encourage him to go back to work. Then one day, she comes across a young mother with two children who suffered loss in the war...

"Mot" (2013)

Directed by Seo Ho-bin

With Ho Hyo-hoon, Kang Bong-sung, Lee Paul, Byun Joon-suk, Kim Won-hee-I,...

Synopsis
"If the opponent doesn't know there's a secret, then it's not a secret anymore...it's just something that never happened..."

Hyeon-myeong, Seong-pil, Doo-yong and Gun-woo decide to spend a night in the "Mot", their secret hideout to celebrate their last winter vacation as teenagers and Seong-pil's sister, Kyeong-mi's birthday. The party goes on through the night and Gun-woo and Kyeong-mi decide to take a walk into the village. They don't come back for a while and the rest of the children set out to look for them. Later, they find Gun-woo's motocycle abandoned on the street and Kyeong-mi's body, stone-cold dead. Gun-woo goes missing and the three friends graduate and go their own ways. Four years later, Seong-pil, Doo-yong and Hyeon-myeong reunite in their hometown and face the truth of the event that happened that night...

"He Who Loves the World" (2014)

Directed by Kwon Hyeok-man

With Kang Suk-woo, Lee Kwang-ki, Choi Kang-hee,...

Synopsis
Son Yang-won, your other name is 'Love'!
Son Yang-won lived a short life from 1902 to 1950. Even when the sound of guns during the Korean War raged on, he claimed he could't abandon the Aeyangwon and Hansen patients. In the end, he became a victim of the whirlpool of the tragic war. Those who praise his name today call him 'the Saint with the heart of Jesus' as he forgave the young man who killed his son.
However, this movie shows that Son Yang-won was just a regular father who wanted to live life as he believed it. It also focuses on the humanly part of him as he was an average person and not a saint who was beyond everyone's reach. It looks through what made him different and what he had hidden behind him. It seems as though he wasn't naturally born as a saint but he'd been through all sorts of grief any human may experience.

Attention You're reading the news with potential spoilers, make them spoiler free, dismiss


 

 

 Previous news

Subscribe to HanCinema Pure to remove ads from the website (not for episode and movie videos) for US$0.99 monthly or US$7.99 yearly (you can cancel anytime). The first step is to be a member, please click here : Sign up, then a subscribe button will show up.

Settings

Remove ads

Sign up

Sharing

Activate

Spoilers

Visible, hide

Learn to read Korean in 90 minutes or less using visual associations