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Korean movies opening today 2017/08/31 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2017/08/31 in Korea: "The Shower", "My Sister-in-law's Job", "Young Sister-in-law: Unbearable Taste - Director's Cut", and "Exploratory Holiday".


"The Shower" (2017)

Directed by Ahn Jae-hun

With No Kang-min, Shin Eun-soo,...

Synopsis
A little girl always plays on the stepping stones in the brook. A shy little boy hovers around her unable to ask her that he wishes to be alone.
Suddenly, it rains and they seek shelter together, which brings them closer. However, the little boy has a secret...

"My Sister-in-law's Job" (2017)

Directed by No Hyun-jin

With Park Joo-bin, Min Do-yoon, Jae Sik, Ji Soo-I,...

Synopsis
An erotic film that depicts the dangerous relationship between a man and a co-worker's wife.

"Young Sister-in-law: Unbearable Taste - Director's Cut" (2017)

Directed by Park Eun-soo-I

With Lee Do-yoon, Lee Soo, Jung Jae-sik,...

Synopsis
In an abusive relationship, the husband brings home a young man who is studying for a public exam. One night, the young man accidentally witnesses something he shouldn't.


"Exploratory Holiday" (2017)

Directed by Kook Man-joong

With Seon Hye, Park Joo-bin, Wang Hoon-ah, Sang Woo, Choi Chae-il, Hyeon Ji,...

Synopsis
A sexy film about backpackers and travel guides.

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