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A Crybaby Boxing Club (울보 권투부)

울보 권투부 (ool-bo gwon-too-boo)

Directed by Lee Il-ha (이일하)

Documentary

90min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
A right-wing extremist group is demonstrating in front of a Korean school in Tokyo. ‘Leave Japan. There’s no place here for you.’ But, what about the inside of the school? The classrooms are filled with all the usual fuss of high school and the energies of ordinary 16 and 17-year-old boys. In the gym after school, there are the shouts and sweat of the boxing club members, who are spending every day diligently working toward their respective dreams. During the 3rd-year boys’ school-organized excursion, Seung-eung decides to quit boxing. Though Yu-sam and Won-ho tries to dissuade him, he does not participate in the Interhigh competition. The coach KIM Sang-su and other members of the club begin training again for the central competition to be attended by all Tokyo-located Korean schools in Japan. Now, the members prepare to enter society with their dreams—the culmination of three years of youthful devotion. Beyond the fence of school, they will launch into mainstream Japanese society. They are ready to throw their punches upon discrimination.

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    2015/10/24
    As "A Crybaby Boxing Club" opens up, we first get some important context for what it's like to be a long-term Korean resident in Japan. A significant portion of the Japanese population hates you, to the point they have marches demanding that you leave. In all fairness, they do bring up an interesting point. Why exactly would a Korean person, who fully identifies with the Korean culture, willingly choose to live in Japan some several decades after their ancestors migrated there? The answer is a simple political one. There's no such thing as Korea. There's North Korea and South Korea, but neither are the "real" Korea,...More

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Staff
 Kim Ji-hee (김지희)
 Marketing department
 Jo Eun-sung (조은성)
 Production department
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90 min 
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Airing dates : 2015/10/29
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2018.07.22 : 2 870 admissions (total)

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