Advertisement"Go Back" (2019)
Directed by Seo Eun-young
A movie about child welfare, missing children, and the death of abusive parents.
"Plus Nine Romance" (2020)
"For our twenty-nine!"
Former child actress Seo-yeon, flight attendant Hee-joo, fund manager Ga-hee, and director of a children's theater company Bo-yeong. All four friends who are 29 years old and have been friends for 10 years have trouble dating. Seo-yeon's boyfriend has zero empathy, can only say continuously that good things will happen! Hee-joo's boyfriend has been taking the civil service exam for more than 10 years. Ga-hee's boyfriend never said he loves her, whether she's cool or crazy, and Bo-yeong is betrayed by a junior troupe member who is in a secret relationship...
Twenty-nine, the end of youth? No, it's a new start! Good things will happen if I don't meet you!
"Lost Face" (2021)
Directed by Gina Lee
"Can you see my real face?"
A person who was killed three times.
A woman called by three names.
And the queen who didn't even leave a single picture.
The last empress of Joseon, remembered as a national mother, was trampled by force, by power, or by a witch.
One day, a man who remembers her face knocks on the door of the Cheonjin Photo Studio.
In 1895, which everyone knows but no one knows about, we meet the face of Empress Myeongseong!
"Jungbrre's Animal Diary" (2021)
Directed by Park Dong-hoon-I
A creator about creatures with 900,000 subscribers, Jungbrre!
Jungbrre, who loved animals since he was a child, became a zookeeper and met a lot of animals. A lion who loves elephant poop, a lovely brother-and-sister Korean tiger, and a parrot that imitates animal voices! Life as a zookeeper is difficult and beyond one's power, but spending time with cute and lovely animals is fun. With his experience as a zookeeper, Jungbrre shares his love with animals as they becomes friends.
"My Sassy Girl" (2001)
Directed by kwak Jae-Yong
Original release date: 2001/07/27
Based on a series of true stories posted by Ho-sik Kim on the Internet describing his relationship with his girlfriend. These were later transformed into a best-selling book and the movie follows the book closely.
As the film opens we are introduced to Kyun-woo, a kind-hearted but at times naive college student who seems to keep getting into trouble. On his way home one night he encounters a beautiful but completely smashed young woman who causes a scene in the subway, calls him "honey", and then passes out. With the eyes of the other subway passengers upon him, he has little choice but to take responsibility for her. Thus begins his relationship with the at-times charming, at-times violent damsel who steals his heart.
Much of the film is structured around the bizarre antics of Kyun-woo's newfound girlfriend. After she passes out yet again, Kyun-woo looks at her blissful face and promises to himself that he will save her, and right whatever it is that troubles her. This proves to be much more of a challenge than he expects.
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