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Korean movies opening today 2016/07/28 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2016/07/28 in Korea: "My Neighbor's Wife - 2016" and "Russian Mom"

"My Neighbor's Wife - 2016" (2016)

Directed by Jung Dae-man

With Kim Jin-sun, Kim Geon-VII, Min Jae-ha,...

Synopsis
Yoon-jeong asks her mother to take care of her daughter and then she leaves on a secret romantic trip with a man in her neighborhood while her husband is away from home for a business trip. The man and the woman on their secret two night three day trip forget about anything about law, morals, or common sense. They follow their instinct to satisfy the desire for each other's body all day long. The endless desire would not drive away from her body.

"Russian Mom" (2016)

Directed by Choi Won-joon-I

With Rina, Kang Ye-na, Kim Do-hee, Yoon Se-hyeong, Ahn Min-sang,...

Synopsis
Mom, now we have a secret of our own.

Jang-ho who dreams of becoming a chef is pretty close to his dad Yeong-soo; enough to talk about his girlfriend and they live alone. One day, Yeong-soo tells Jang-ho that he's getting remarried to a Russian woman. Jang-ho accepts this and meets Olga. He is surprised to see a young and beautiful woman standing before him. A few days later, Yeong-soo goes to Russia on a business trip and Jang-ho and Olga get to know each other...

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