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Senbeno, Pyeongchang (센베노, 평창)

센베노, 평창 (sen-be-no, pyeong-chang)

Directed by Kwak Dong-chul (곽동철)

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52min | Release date in South Korea :

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Achi liked to ski unlike others his age since he was young. As a grown-up he becomes a cross country national athlete for Mongolia. He holds the best record for Mongolian skiing but he's never won a medal at the Winter Olympics. He does his best for a medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics but the lack of government funds and financial limitations keep him from even off-season training.

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Release date in South Korea : 2019/09/__

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