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I Am a Dad
I Am a Dad
(Movie, 2010)
나는 아빠다

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• Director • Adaptation/Dramatization

Republic of Korea 1%
Republic of Korea 1%
(Movie, 2010)
대한민국 1%

Staff
• Scriptwriter

The Romantic President
The Romantic President
(Movie, 2002)
피아노 치는 대통령

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• Director • Scriptwriter

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] Fatherly Forces Collide in "I am a Dad"

    2012/11/10
    Film: "I Am a Dad" Director: Jeon Man-bae & Lee Se-yeong-II Stars: Kim Seung-woo, Son Byung-ho, Im Ha-ryong & Kim Sae-ron Review Score: 3 / 5 Also Try: "The Man From Nowhere" & "Man of Vendetta  Kim Seung-woo and Son Byung-ho go at each other in this hard-hitting action drama; in the end leaving just one of them standing, on a roof, doing magic? That's right, nothing, not even this huge spoiler could prepare you for the film's catastrophically dismal final moments. Directors Jeon Man-bae ("The Romantic President") and Lee Se-yeong-II failed to impress the Korean public when the film was released early last year; with "I Am a Dad" failed to reach even 200,000 admissions. It was an incredible failure on all levels, but what did it all fall to pieces? Surprisingly, it's the worst film I'll still have to end up recommending,...More
  • [Hancinema's Film Corner] Fighting?! Korean Cinema and the 'Mock Charge'

    2012/11/10
    The 'mock charge' is indeed a curious phenomenon in Korean cinema. This "threat of violence" is usually used when there is a real, or perceived, power difference between two parties; as well as a strong desire to express it. In modern Korean cinema it can be seen in almost all genres, and performed by, well, anyone really. This simulated act of aggression is now an iconic element performed by Korean actors, and actresses, and has become a hallmark of Korean cinema's power relations onscreen. But what is a 'mock charge' and how exactly is it used in Korean cinema? The term is more commonly associated with large land mammals, and has been observed in the behaviour of elephants, lions, hippopotamuses, and rhinos. The idea is that when an animal feels threaten they will often perform a simulated action designed to ward off that threat,...More

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