Directed by Jo Bareun
With Cha Ji-hyuk, Jo Sun-gi, Ok Yoon-joong, Baek Jae-min, Kim Dae-han, Lee Jung-hyun-I,...
Unlike Director Jo Bareun's name, which means 'righteous', his movie "GANG" is not righteous at all. And it's completely charming because it's not righteous.For those who think "Volcano High", the mighty Korean comedy film was underestimated; those who love Kwak Gyeong-taek's "Friend" and Ryoo Seung-wan's "Die Bad"; those who think Jung Woo-sung & Lee Jung-jae couple is charming in Kim Seong-su's "City of the Rising Sun"; those who imagine the comedy adaptation of David Fincher's Fight Club into a Korean-style comedy film. "GANG" gives the impression that these movies are freely or abnormally adapted. Let's just say this. There's a school of bad students, which isn't really the place to learn, but a sham fight club. Let's put it this way. "GANG" gets a blow in Korean established genre movies with its sophisticated action, sleek comedy and quirky characters. (JUNG Han-Seok)
"Supporting Mom's Affair" (2019)
Directed by Yoon Won-gyoo
With Lee In-young, Choi Sol-hee, Yoo Byung-sun, Shin Ji-suk,...
Ye-ri's dad doesn't just have an affair with other women, but he marries them in secret. Ye-ri feels bad for her mom and suggests she has an affair with other men, just like her dad. However, her mom can't do it and to make matters worse, her husband begs her to let him go. Ye-ri comes up with a project to get her mom a boyfriend and starts interviewing men that can date her mother...
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