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Korean movies opening today 2015/09/17 in Korea

2015/09/17 Source

Korean movies opening today 2015/09/17 in Korea: "Trap", "Sunshine Love", and "The Lingerie Murders"

"Trap" (2014)

Directed by Bong Man-dae

With Yoo Ha-joon, Jung Min-gyul, Na Sang-gyoo, Lee Sa-gang, Kang Yong-gyu, Jang Hang-jun,...

New work of director Bong Man-dae of "The Sweet Sex And Love" and "Cinderella". The fatal love story of a teenage girl Yu-mi, who seduces guests who come to the inn, and Jeong-min, a writer in his 30s.

How far can a man run away when he is trapped by fatal attraction?

Jeong-min, a scenario writer, was recently dumped by his girlfriend who left for another man. No matter how much he begs she never seems to return to him. To forget everything and concentrate on his scenario, Jeong-min stays in a small inn in a remote country town. There he meets an attractive teenage girl, Yoo-mi who lives with the mysterious landlord. Day by day Yoo-mi seduces Jeong-min and when he finally falls for her, she asks him to kill the landlord.

"Sunshine Love" (2013)

Directed by Cho Eun-Seong

With Oh Jung-se, Jo Eun-ji, Park Jae-chul, Jeon Ah-reum, Song Jae-ha, Lee Mi-do,...

Although unemployment rates are skyrocketing, there's still love.

Gil-ho (Oh Jung-se) is a comic book and martial arts fanatic but doesn't give up his dreams of becoming a national worker. He runs into his first love Jeong-sook (Jo Eun-ji) one day.

The two spend the night together and start a relationship but that only goes so far...
Jeong-sook can't stand Gil-ho failing his bar exams over and over again and her parents are against her seeing him...

This fall, the real love story of youths begins!

"The Lingerie Murders" (2015)

Directed by Kim Se-seong

With Kwon Min-joong, Won Ki-joon, Kwon Hae-sung, Kim Byung-choon, Song Young-kyu, Ra Hee-jung,...

Lee Ha-yeon is the wife of the heir to Ilsin Group and she has it all: a fancy penthouse, a luxury car and everything else.

Lee Ha-yeon gets discovered poisoned and dead in a hotel room. Investigations take place under secrecy and out of ears from the media. But the case is mysterious. No prints of the murderer is found in the hotel room. There are not signs of broken entry either.

If it was suicide, then why did she kill herself?

If it was murder, then why would anyone kill her?

The people around her are suspects. Lee Ha-yeon had a distant sister named Lee Ha-jeong. She's a reporter of a magazine and she has a camera that's so precious. She gets involved with the investigation to unsolve the mystery to her sister's death. Then the shocking truths turns out that Lee Ha-yeon had been having porn chats online. It's shocking to find out that the daughter-in-law of a powerful and wealthy plutocrat family has been doing this. Her porn videos were also going around. Then there are the statements from the men she met online that she'd been sexually involved with them several times.

Lee Ha-yeon was a quiet lady during the day but a sexual one at night. However, Ha-jeong reveals everything one by one. She finds out that Jae-gyu had been pressurizing Ha-yeon and there's a dark shadow that's been trying to get rid of her. In the end, Ha-jeong stands in front of the dark shadow but there's nothing to protect her. Only her camera. Ha-jeong has to uncover the truth behind her sister's tragic death and put her own life on the line.

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