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Korean movies opening today 2015/03/19 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2015/03/19 in Korea: "Mongolian Princess", "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Strangers on the Field"

"Mongolian Princess" (2015)

Directed by Dan-woo Jung

With Dan-woo Jung, Elisabeth Garcia, Park Ha-na, Lee Eun-sol, Kim Young, Lucy Loquet,...

Synopsis
One day, you fell from the sky.
I never knew loving somebody could bring so much happiness.
I see the world differently because of you.
I am a different person because you live in my heart.

"Heartbreak Hotel" (2014)

Directed by Kim Tae-sik

With Kang Ji-hwan, Yoon Jin-seo, Park Jung-min, Ahn Suk-hwan, Kahlid Elijah Tapia,...

Also known as "Heartbreak Hotel"
Formerly known as "Shoot The Sun"
Synopsis
LA is pushed to the end of the world. A man coincidentally saves the boss of a gang organization and meets a woman named Sara who has a seductive voice.

"Strangers on the Field" (2014)

Directed by Kim Myeong-joon

With Kim Myeong-joon, Jo Eun-sung, Kwon Hae-hyo,...

Synopsis
In April 2013, unfamiliar faces appear at the Jamsil Baseball Stadium during the opening matches between Doosan and SK. The nervous middle-aged men throwing and batting the first ball are, in fact, Korean-Japanese former team members that played on that same spot in the 1982 finals of the Bong-hwang-dae-ki games.

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