A mackerel from the sea attempts to escape from the sushi restaurant!
'Flappy' is a mackerel from the sea. It is caught in a net and gets dumped into a restaurant tank. An old flatfish is the only one that's survived that long in a place where death was set. He is the one who gets the trust of other fish from fish farms with his know-hows to survival.
Thanks to 'Flappy' who attempts to make it back to the ocean, the peace in the tank is shattered and conflicts with the old flatfish gets bigger and bigger.
Will Flappy be able to achieve his dream?
HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2013.08.16 ~ 2013.08.18 2013/08/19
It was an all Korean affair at the box office this past weekend, with the top four performers all boasting Korean origins. Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer", last week's number one, fell to third in what was a highly competitive weekend at the top. But it was Huh Jung's thriller "Hide and Seek" that came away with the highest honours, opening its account with 1,353,185 (34.2%) admissions. Following Huh's debut effort with 970,229 (24.4%) was the disaster movie "The Flu", director Kim Seong-su's third major feature. "Snowpiercer" and "The Terror Live" filed in at third and forth respectfully, ultimately making the top four an exclusively Korean affair that held almost 90% of all the ticket sales,...More
Art and Culture 2012/07/17, Source
And now it's time for our daily arts and culture update with our Michelle Kim. It's almost summer break for pre-teens and teens here in Korea and I hear that Michelle will tell us about something the whole family can do together. Hello Michelle [Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young What do you have for us today,...More
Animation festival to open next week, offering both light, heavy 2012/07/08, Source
A scene from "Wrinkles", by Spanish director Ignacio Ferreras. It will be screened at the Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, which opens next week.
By Kwaak Je-yup Cartoons and animations hold a special place in every child's heart, and an event next week will give children and young-hearted adults an opportunity to stretch their imaginations through some of the world's finest works. The 16th Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival (SICAF) will screen over 150 animated films from 30 countries at two central Seoul cinemas from July 18 to 22. It will also hold exhibitions and a film market concurrently,...More
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