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Korean movies opening today 2017/01/12 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2017/01/12 in Korea: "Ordinary People", "Moon Young" and "Seven Years-Journalism without Journalist"

"Ordinary People" (2014)

Directed by Kim Byung-june

With Han Soo-hyun, Hwang Bo-ra, Kim Sang-gyoon, Hong Yi-joo, Lee Sul-goo, Lee Jae-gu,...

Synopsis
Jae-pil (Han Soo-hyun) is a timid breadwinner who is bullied at work and is pushed around by his wife. Right before he is fired, he is given a offer by his superior at work.

"Moon Young" (2015)

Directed by Kim So-yeon-IV

With Kim Tae-ri, Jung Hyun, Park Jeong-sik, Park Wan-gyoo-I,...

Synopsis
Mute Moon-young records people's faces with her small camcorder on the subway. One day, she avoids her drunk father at home and films Hee-soo who is crying over saying goodbye to her boyfriend and gets caught. The two feel some sort of kinship and become closer.

"Seven Years-Journalism without Journalist" (2016)

Directed by Kim Jinhyuk

Synopsis
A total of 17 journalists have been fired since 2008, the beginning of LEE Myung-bak's presidential term. They fought against the companies that they worked for succumbing to power and are now frustrated at reality where censorship of the press by authority has now become a norm. Can they continue their activities as journalists?

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