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[Local Films With English Subtitles]

2004/10/15 | 219 views | Permalink | Source

■ Kodogi Momburichilddae (Sweet Sixties) (2004)
Seoul Selection Bookstore
Saturday at noon
In this comedy, seven funny old men and women are engaged in a series of brawls and romance in the agricultural fishing village of Mulgon-ri in southeastern Korea. Bae Jung-dal (Ju Hyeon) has two ambitious plans: to help his 50-year-old bachelor brother Jung-bom (Park Yeong-gyu) get married and to make his business of selling ostriches prosper. In his way is his archrival Jo Jin-bong (Kim Mu-saeng), who lives next door. Jinbong one day tears down the fence of Jungdal's farm. The two fight each other until Jungdal's two other friends _ Changgyeong (Yang Taekjo) and Pilguk (Song Jaeho) stop the quarrel. Things get even more complicated when a beautiful older woman named Song Inju (Seonu Yongnyeo) from Seoul visits the village to steal the hearts of the village people. Tickets: 3,000 won. On DVD. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Details: (02) 734-9539 or

-Seoul Selection

■ Uri Hyong (My Brother) (2004)
Cine Core Theater
Once daily

The film tells of the changing relationship between two brothers with completely different personalities in Pusan, as they go through their high school years into adulthood. Located near Chonggak Station subway line 1. Details: (02) 734-9539 or

■ Siwolae (Il Mare) (2000)
Tomorrow at 2 p.m.
KNTO Building

A melancholy romance starring Jun Ji-hyun will be screened back-to-back with the Hong Sang-soo film "Oh! Sujong (Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors)". Located near exit 5 of Chonggak Station on subway line 1. Free. Details: (02) 729- 9497/8.

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