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Korean movies opening today 2017/08/03 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2017/08/03 in Korea "Write or Dance" and "Insurance Queen : Her business secrets"

"Write or Dance" (2016)

Directed by Lee Sang-deok

With Choi Si-hyung, Jeon Yeo-bin, Chae Seo-jin, Yozoh, Yoo I-deun, Jeon So-nee,...

Synopsis
There is 'Si-hyeong' who wants to be a novelist but has never completed one yet. He promises to write an essay every month to his cousin's husband 'Jong-pil' while drunk. He doesn't have any source to write, however, he experiences special meetings one day in a month. 7 month and 7 meetings. This is the story of the "One Day"s.

Festival
The 42nd Seoul Independent Film Festival 2016 - Invitation Films

"Insurance Queen : Her business secrets" (2017)

Directed by Kwak Yeong-geun

With Oh Joo-ha, Min Joo, Lee Yoo-chan, Kim Ye-chan,...

Synopsis
A special insurance saleswoman who uses her body is coming!
Hye-kyeong is the best insurance queen there is. Everyone is jealous of her talent but Hye-kyeong doesn't tell anyone about her know-hows. Her junior insurance planner Hyeon-joo is always watching Hye-kyeong from afar but she's depressed because she doesn't get good results. In the end, Hye-kyeong gives Hyeon-joo some tips...

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