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Korean Movies Opening Today 2018/03/08 in Korea

2018/03/08 | Permalink | Source

Korean movies opening today 2018/03/08 in Korea "Wretches", "Yes, PyeongChang!", "Singing with Angry Bird" and "Anu and Huyga"

"Wretches" (2016)

Directed by Kim Baek-joon

With Lee Won-geun, Lee Yi-kyung, Park Gyu-young, Oh Seung-hoon, Kim Sung-kyun, Kim Ho-jung,...

A girl does anything to get whatever she wants. A little boy becomes her target and there's another girl who stands by her. The movie is about the tragedy of power and violence of some teenagers who are at the best ages of their lives.

"Yes, PyeongChang!" (2017)

Directed by Baek Chul-gi

"The movie begins with unprecedented bid for Olympic history!"

"Singing with Angry Bird" (2018)

Directed by Jee Hye-won

Korean-Indian Documentary about charming, short-tempered vocalist Kim Jae-chang who settled in India after retirement and started the Banana's Children's Choir in Pune, India. He teaches the children and their parents the beauty of music and how it can lighten even the most difficult lives. But his good work does not come without its challenges.

"Anu and Huyga" (2018)

Directed by Lee Jae-yong

With Ahn So-hee, Yeon Woo-jin,...

This movie was produced by the beauty brand Lancome and fashion magazine Marie Claire's collaboration to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th.

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