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Korean Movies Opening Today 2019/02/27 in Korea

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Korean movies opening today 2019/02/27 in Korea: "A Resistance", "Trade Your Love", "Race to Freedom: Um Bok Dong", "Pohang Harbor", and documentary "Granny Poetry Club"

"A Resistance" (2019)

Directed by Jo Min-ho

With Go Ah-sung, Kim Sae-byuk, Kim Ye-eun, Jeong Ha-dam, Ryoo Kyung-soo, Choi Moo-sung,...

Synopsis
This is the story of Yu Gwan-sun who was more free than anybody and the women in cell No. 8 of the Seodaemun Prison after the March 1st Movement in 1919.

"Trade Your Love" (2018)

Directed by Park Ho-chan, Park Soo-jin-IV

With Kim Dong-wook, Ko Sung-hee, Hwang Bo-ra, Kim Eui-sung, Im Ye-jin, Yum Jung-ah,...

Formerly known as "Accidental Marriage" and "Trade Love" (트레이드 러브, teu-le-i-deu leo-beu)
Synopsis
A romantic comedy about a chaebol and an assistant professor who are preparing to marry.

"Race to Freedom: Um Bok Dong" (2017)

Directed by Kim Yoo-seong

With Rain, Kang So-ra, Lee Beom-soo, Min Hyo-rin, Kim Hee-won, Ko Chang-seok,...

Synopsis
A true story about Um Bok Dong, a Korean hero and winner from the time when Japan held a bicycle race in order to take over Korea during the Japanese Invasion.

"Pohang Harbor" (2014)

Directed by Mo Hyunshin

With Go Gwan-jae, Hong Seo-baek, Choi Hyun-ah, Shin Jae-wook, Park Jae-hong-II, Park Chang-geun,...

Synopsis
A man returns to his hometown of Pohang to look into the disappearance of his father. However, he is restless and unwilling to start his life again. He refuses work and instead creates lifesize dolls resembling his father to throw into the sea. As he does this, he becomes lost in his head.

"Granny Poetry Club" (2018)

Directed by Kim Jae-hwan

Synopsis
Something's changed in the lives of the 80-something Granny Poetry Club members who do what they want when they want. They act like teenagers, joking, cheating, and laughing their time away. The grannies learn Hangeul and the world opens before them as they happily learn. Slowly but surely, they begin writing poetry that mirrors their YOLO lives.

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