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Korean movies opening today 2017/01/10 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2017/01/10 in Korea: "Obscene Scholar" and "The Day of Swapping"

"Obscene Scholar" (2016)

Directed by Choi Woo-seong

With Oh Joo-ha, Min Joo, Kim Yeong-joon-II,...

Synopsis
"There are women from the Joseon times you've never experienced before!"
Park Yong-joo is the Joseon time's greatest playboy and he messes with the wrong woman. His life is in danger so he runs, begging the heavens for a life of freedom. Surprisingly, he time-slips to the 21st Century.
There, Yong-joo meets two women who is possibly worse than him and he thinks he's finally in a world of freedom. He spends the most pleasurable time with the women but he soon realizes that it's not all pleasure.

"What is this for?"
"For obscene heaven!"

"The Day of Swapping" (2016)

Directed by Myeong Seok-hwan

With Joo Ye-bin, Baek Se-ri, Min Tae-hyeon, Jang Seok-min, Seon Ji-woo,...

Synopsis
Min-ho and Jeong-il end up working with each other's wives one day. As time passes, the men feel attracted physically to their friend's wives. In the end, Jeong-il suggests to Min-ho, "Let's not take sides and just be happy as the four of us!" They start swapping each other.

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