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Korean movies opening today 2017/07/20 in Korea

2017/07/20 | Permalink | Source

Korean movies opening today 2017/07/20 in Korea "Mother's Job", "My Friend's Nice Mother" and documentary "Troublers"

"Mother's Job" (2017)

Directed by Do Bong-san

With Lee Chae-dam, Jo Wan-jin, Do Mo-se, Ahn Na-young,...

A young man falls in love with his friend's mother.

"My Friend's Nice Mother" (2017)

Directed by Kwak Yeong-geun

With Kim Ji-yeon-III, Jo Wan-jin, Lee Chae-dam, Seon Yeong-gwang,...

Twenty-year-old Soon-jae has a young mother named Ji-yoon that's like a sister to him. Right next door live a mother and son the same age as them; Ji-yoon's friend Yeong-joo and her twenty-year-old son Jae-yeong. The sons fall for each others' mothers.

"Troublers" (2015)

Directed by Lee Young

With Lee Young,...

I, a lesbian filmmaker, encounter people yelling at me to disappear from this world. It is a time of hatred in South Korea. LGBTQ people are the easy targets for hatred. In searching for what makes a marginalized life livable, I embark upon a journey. I encounter a double life of Lee Mook, a 70-year-old Korean "Mr. Pants" and precarious lives of a Japanese lesbian couple, Ten and Non, after 3/11. As an ever-growing number of citizens are becoming the targets of "witch-hunting" in Korea, true faces of the haters slowly begin to unfold.

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