فيلم Myung-dang


Myung-dang is a movie starring Chae-won Moon, Seong Ji, and Seung-woo Cho. Set in Joseon, the story depicts a battle to gain the propitious site for a grave.

Other Titles
Feng Shui, 風水師 王の運命を決めた男, 風水師 王の運命を決めた男, Fengshui
Running Time
2 hours 13 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Drama
Hee-kon Park
Jung Ja-Young
Seong-gyoon Kim, Seong Ji, Seung-woo Cho, Chae-won Moon
South Korea
Audio Languages
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One's ancestors' tomb spot could change one's destiny. Jae-Sang (CHO Seung-Woo), a prodigal geomancer, loses his family while trying to stop the Kim family from conquering Korea by getting their hands on all the propitious tomb spots. 13 years later, Heung-Sun from a fallen royal family comes to Jae-Sang and suggests ousting the Kim family from power. The two men decide to work together, but they soon reach conflict when they learn of a tomb spot that would produce two kings in a family.

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Randy Mitchell

"The Lives of Others", or "Peng Ji Hwa" as it is commonly called in the West, is a well-executed and fairly affecting portrayal of Korea's relationship with the Chinese revolution. Director Daniel Pellion-Quaes uses a haunting, near-silent feel to his film, forcing us to confront the morality of the actions of one of its characters, Ok-yong Sang-geun, whose decisions in saving his sister-in-law and brother's niece are ruthlessly reversed in the final scene of the film. I'm not entirely sure of the accuracy of the subtitles in the film, but the English version is pretty good. The film is a good adaptation of the historical novel by Ta-Seong Kim, which is more "American" than the novel itself, focusing more on the resistance to Chinese rule in Korea rather than the actual events surrounding it. The film has its flaws, but it's still an extremely moving and effective tale of the Asian struggle for freedom and dignity, and in this way is almost a better translation of the novel than the more recent "Moonlight." The performances from the entire cast are very strong, and together the film makes for an engrossing film experience. The film is rather quiet at times, but is still very effective. I believe that if the movie had not been silent, the story would have gotten more boring, especially in the later scenes. The dialog is too linear, and some of the sub-titles get quite bad at times. The film is a good adaptation of the novel and is worth seeing.

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Margaret Coleman

This is a re-make of the second part of the Korean 'Song of the Dragon', "It is not possible to end the life of a character" (원지기, dae-seong, SBS). This is about a rich man (seng-hwa) who is both an artist and family man. He spends his time writing poems, painting and talking with his young son. Then he sends his son back to his father for five years. He eventually marries again. His son grows up to be a poor orphan and goes to the military school. He grows up to be a soldier and eventually becomes a general. The film's strength comes from the fact that this is the Korean equivalent of the French 'Monte Cristo' and the American 'Saving Private Ryan'. This is not a story about the hero (in this case the son of the rich man), but the story of the common man. The woman (hwa-jeong) is also a mother. She lives in the same house and she sees her children every day. Their relationship is also strong, both of them are as strong as each other. There are two aspects to this movie. One is the relationship between mother and son. The other is the relationship between the two families. The son's relationship with his father is very strong, although it is not very visible. The father feels that he has no sons to take care of, but the son gets to see how he wants to be a son. The film gives you a strong feeling of anger towards the rich family. The rich man is selfish, he doesn't take care of his son, he doesn't respect the father, he just makes sure that his son gets a good education. This is reflected in the negative actions the son does to his father, and the father's hatred towards the son. The daughter shows great sensitivity, but still obeys her father as always. Finally, we have the 'wild' man. He gets to see how he wishes to be a man, and by doing so he sees that the rich family is selfish. He sees the father as a great father. He sees the son as a son that respects the father and that he can grow up to be a great son. And finally, the son decides that he is not going to be a husband and a father anymore, and he tells his father that. But before that he starts looking for his 'true self'. Overall, this is a very interesting movie. It is very interesting and also very emotional. I like how it shows us how a man goes through all his stages. It is a very touching movie and shows the relationship between the father and son. It is a very strong movie. I rate it 7/10

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The plot of this movie is very well written and executed. This movie isn't really about the story and is more about the symbolism that is put into the movie. I found this movie very powerful and I do recommend it. A lot of people have said that it is confusing but I didn't think it was that bad. I think that it is what I expected because I liked it, and that is why I'm giving it a 7 out of 10. This movie does give you an emotional feeling, something that will make you think about the movie and the movie itself. This movie was good for me because I like realistic things that I can't find in movies. This movie was way better than I thought it would be. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch something different and it gives you the feeling of doing a lot of thinking.

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Carolyn Reynolds

In the late 1970s, Korean composer Lee Hyori found fame after the success of her compositions and was selected for the prestigious Baek Ji-kyo (2000). This year, she entered the acclaimed Song-min Shim biopic "The Way Back" and she has so far shown a greater range of emotions than her other biopics. "The Way Back" is a historical drama about the effect of the Japanese occupation of Korea, that is, until the end of the second World War, when the Korean people gained their independence from Japan. The story revolves around Park Sang-hyun, an average citizen who lives in Seoul with his wife and two children, and dreams of a better life, especially after he meets a young woman who is living with her widowed father. When Park is not home, he hears of an immigrant from Japan who takes him to live with her husband and her husband's family, including their three daughters. The young woman's elder brother is taken by the Japanese troops, and the family survives by selling their rice. In contrast to her work, Korean actress Kim Soo-ah, who is playing the younger woman's older sister, brings the audiences into an emotional world. She beautifully conveys the meaning of the story, both in her emotional performance and the way she speaks. She is outstanding in her performance. This film is a reflection of the state of affairs in Korea before the Japanese occupation, and that affected the Korean people in the time period covered. Koreans are shown as the victims of Japanese rule, while their masters are shown as cruel and greedy. This film is a light drama that is very enjoyable and entertaining to watch. The Korean drama is full of emotion, humor, and of course, stunning cinematography. This film is one of the best dramas of the decade and deserves to be watched by all.

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Ronald R.

The story, which centres around the titular character, is very well told and the acting is superb, but the issue of the character's personal life and her complicity with the traitors is completely ignored. There are many reasons why I am not the person to tell the story of the last years of the dynasty, but I would like to get to the root of the problem. What was the main obstacle for leading South Koreans to revolt against the Japanese occupation? What was the reason for the high degree of dependency on the government and the wealthy classes? In the earlier and earlier years, when Japan invaded Korea, the people were never exposed to the country's industrial economy, which was characterized by huge disparities between rich and poor. Therefore, the emperor knew that any discussion about the reason behind the revolt was bound to fall into the wrong hands and would probably bring about the downfall of the country. At the time, the message of the Japanese rule was the same as it was today. There was no need to understand the reasons behind the uprising. All the people would have felt free to criticize the Japanese rule as they did in America and the rest of the world. However, the Japanese were not used to such a system. The Japanese army found it easier to kill the rebellious people, without even bothering to torture them. The Japanese idea of civil war was to kill the people of the country, and the only way to kill them was to make them look like rebels. In Korea, the rebellion was a way to make the people look rebellious. In Japan, the rebellion was the way to make the people look like victims. In both countries, there were strong propaganda about the victims. And, what I mean by this is that in Japan, the reason behind the uprising was the new war; in Korea, it was the fact that Koreans were victims. Therefore, the main obstacle to the revolt was the society's self-centered attitude to the Japanese occupation. The people thought that, since they were victims, they should revolt. They wanted to break free of the Japanese control and decide their own affairs. And, there was a great deal of self-interest at the time, because of the Japanese economy. I believe that the reason for the Japanese influence was the fact that the people were born to be soldiers. Therefore, the resistance movement was also a way to break the Japanese influence. Therefore, there was a strong contradiction between the reason for the uprising and the society's attitude towards the Japanese occupation. The rebellion was not necessary, but rather the way of breaking the Japanese influence.

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John Mitchell

THE WALKING DEAD is my favourite TV show. If I can't have it, someone else will. I really enjoy all the zombie movies, but none have been quite as enjoyable as THE WALKING DEAD. It's a great show, with clever dialogue, and a great cast. The story is very original, with twists and turns you just can't prepare for. The cast, although it may not be the best, is great. There is some great acting, and the action is excellent. I feel like I'm at the school reunion, and have a great time watching these characters. I know that some people will think it's slow, but I think it's perfect for a zombie movie. It's the perfect ending for a great show. I love the characters, and want to see them continue in the future. I really love it, and it was worth the price of the DVD.

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This is the first movie in a long time that i saw (which is very rare) that made me think about how this film influenced my life and my life-that it was my first ever ever thought movie. If you have not seen this movie, you should. It is not a movie for those who want to understand more than just a simple plot. I am not a big fan of movies where the main character gets the help of any supernatural creature or the huge machine from a distant planet, but in this film, it is a gift that takes us into the heart of a family of North Koreans living a normal life. We see the struggle of family members and the efforts of the father to find the love of his daughter who is so stubborn and reluctant to find herself, but at the end she finds her self and her reason. The father, the son, the daughter and the other members of the family are portrayed well. No disrespect to the actors, but it is the acting that is important in this movie. It is the emotion that they bring out in the characters that make them seem real, and it is through these actors that you feel the film's point of view. The music is pretty amazing too, but i do not like it that much because it is all too generic and it did not really move me. But then again, i am one of those people who like to be moved, so it does not really matter. So, if you are a Kim Jong-il fan, i recommend you to watch this movie. You will find yourself thinking about it a lot. To quote one of my favorite lines of the movie, "Life is a lesson for everyone, but for those who pay attention, it's the only lesson".

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Evelyn J.

What can be said about the story of Sung-il Kim? How can you describe a man who was obsessed with his work and who, when it was time to leave Korea, chose to stay for six years? We can hardly describe his political ideas, and maybe he was a "patriot" to the fact that his nation wasn't progressing. But, we can say something about his devotion to his work. The people who worked with him were important, but his greatest joy was to see the research he was doing. He was patient with the researchers, even when they sometimes did not reach the finished article. Kim himself was the most difficult to work with, and he was an intense leader. And, when all was said and done, it's difficult to go back to the past and say that he is a hero. I think that's why this movie is very difficult to describe. Kim was a consummate professional who often had no time for others. He had no emotional attachment to the people he worked with, and he was far from family. He was dedicated to his work, but he also showed a lot of self-esteem, a person who felt great fulfillment when they achieved their goals. Perhaps it's difficult to relate to such a person. He was involved in a weird and unique situation. He never considered changing his mind, he considered himself the master of his domain. His parents and his wife were worried about his health, and his first wife was murdered by her lover. This was a time when all Koreans were getting the feeling of another Korean war. So, there were a lot of political and social problems in Korea. The country was in a poor position, the problems of the countryside were getting worse, and the country had the most overcrowded and poor people. So, what could someone do? Kim had a problem with the mind, and he realized that the people in the countryside were the only ones who were going to have an opportunity to live a better life, to become better educated, and to contribute to the society. He was determined to find a cure for his mental illness. So, he decided to take a trip to the provinces of the country, a big country which had a lot of potential, but which had the greatest problems. He knew that he was going to die in a little town in a small village, and he was determined to find a cure. So, he decided to become a monk. And so, in order to have a cure, he took an extraordinary decision. He changed his name, and he became "Paes" Paes. He was a monk in a small village in a small province of the country. He became a real monk, a real doctor, a real businessman, a real man. And in that area, he became a real living Buddha. As a result, a village had a strong foundation. The village was growing, and it became one of the richest and most advanced in the country. Because of this village, and because of Paes, the village became more important. The people were not afraid of the monasteries, and they became the center of the country. And because of this village, the country was thriving. But there was still the problem of the university system. It was getting more and more crowded, and the university system wasn't working. So, to improve the quality of life of the university students, Kim changed the way he was teaching. He would teach the students basic techniques for meditation, like breathing exercises, using a kind of mirror to see your mind, doing meditation exercises. He would talk to the students about their problems, and he was open to any kind of discussion. He was making many changes in the university, and he showed that his students could be free. The students became more and more satisfied with the university, and they started to become better students. The students were more and more involved in the university. And so, Paes went to the city of Jeonju, where he found many ways to improve the education of the students. And he could see that the problem was serious. So, he started the master teacher association. And he became an expert in education. And his association really started the revolution in the education system. And after a long time, the country became a real state in education. And the students of the university became very happy with the new education system. There was no class anymore, the students were completely free, and they could enjoy the joys of the learning experience. So, the country went through a revolution, and the university students became a real part of the state. Kim changed the system to make it better and more enlightened, but also more peaceful and more democratic. But he couldn't change it all. The university students wanted to

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I was quite impressed by the overall style and content of this movie. The camera-work is great. The acting is good. The story is engaging and interesting. Unfortunately, the movie is too slow and unimaginative. I am sure a slow paced movie could be done without affecting the film-making experience. Still, this is a great movie. It is not what I expected from Hollywood. Also, the beautiful locales are very well done. In conclusion, I would recommend this movie.

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Maria G.

The first time I watched this movie was in 1982. Ever since then, I have always felt slightly uneasy whenever I watch this movie. I think the reason for this is that I'm not Korean, but I can't really relate to this film in the way that the main character is, since I'm not a major fan of Korea. I know what Korea is about, I've lived in Korea, I know what it is to be a Korean and I'm really not much of a fan of the film. The only thing that I found interesting about this film is that although I didn't really know what this movie was about before I watched it, I know now that it was about North Korea. It was even more impressive for me to be able to watch it after I know that the main character was a North Korean, and I could actually understand the character's thoughts and feelings better. I also know that the movie has a very controversial subject, which I found very interesting. That was the case with East Is East, which I also very much dislike. I guess that maybe this is something which is foreign to me, and I don't think I really understand the meaning of these terms. Maybe that's why this movie was so appealing to me. I've also noticed that some of the movies I like are also very controversial. The social scenes in United 93, for example. But at the same time, I think that's how all movies are nowadays. It's not always about the wrongness of the scene, but also the meaning of it. What the film does is show the horrors of being a refugee, and it's very powerful. The first time I saw this movie was in 1982, and the second time I watched it was in 2015. It's important to note that I'm not a Korean person. I know very little about this country, and I don't even know how far north Koreans are. I know they are "indigenous", but I don't know that they are such people. In this movie, I can also relate to the main character very well. I also found it very interesting that during this movie, the characters talked a lot about how North Koreans are supposed to behave, but I didn't understand any of their thoughts. After watching the film, I understood why a lot of people think this way, but it still wasn't something that I really felt personally. I think that this movie has a very strong message, but it's something which is very hard to relate to. Because I'm not Korean, I don't really know what to say about this movie, but I really want to tell people not to watch it. I know that this film has a lot of strong messages, but there are also parts which I don't understand the point of. And for me, there's also a big part which is really dark and not something I can really relate to. At the end of the day, it's still a good movie. It's very powerful, it's very realistic, and it's very interesting. It has very important social messages, but for me, it's something which I can't really relate to. Overall, I'd recommend this film to people who like Asian movies. I also think it's a very important film to watch. I think it's very important to show the horrors of war to people, and to show that things like this are really wrong. I think that East Is East is a film which should be seen by all people. It's a very powerful film which is very well made, and it's really important to me to see it.

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Ryan R.

I just saw the movie and I must say that I like this movie a lot. The movie is about a Korean War who is taught by a senior, that Korea is not fighting for their own interests but only for theirs. And the movies is about a Korean War veterans who thinks that Korea is not fighting for their own interests but only for theirs. The movie is really interesting and I recommend that you watch this movie.

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Arthur J.

I have been waiting for this film ever since it was first announced. I really liked it. One thing that was really funny was the scene where they all wanted to dance, except Sung-hee. There was a fight scene and that was the one that broke the tension of the movie. I was also amazed with the actors. Many actors were unknown in Korea, and I really think it was worth the wait. I would say that this is a good movie, and I think it is better than some of the American movies of this genre. I would suggest it to anyone who likes romantic movies, because it is not boring at all. My favorite scene is the one in the restaurant when Sung-hee is in the men's room, and the image of the woman being bitten and falling out of bed, has a little bit of me falling out of bed.

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Wayne Cole

I'm still not sure if I really enjoyed this movie, but I think it is an achievement for Korean cinema. The main plot of this film focuses on a young woman who tries to become a teacher at a public school, which is run by the old nobleman who she suspects of being a witch. This is the beginning of the story. The main plot unfolds like the screenwriter wanted. The story is really intriguing, because the young woman is suspected of being a witch. She's scared of other people because she's afraid of witchcraft, and that's how she becomes a teacher. And her teacher's apprenticeship is really interesting. The story is really interesting. I think the director didn't want the movie to be boring, and the only way to do that is to make the plot engaging. This is very easy, because the main plot is so interesting and interesting that the viewer wants to watch the movie a lot. But the director also felt the need to show how the old nobleman treated the woman, and that was also kind of interesting. I think the story is really interesting, but that doesn't make the story more captivating. The characters are not really interesting, and the whole story was really boring. But the story is interesting and the film is exciting and exciting, I can't say that it is a bad film. I think this is a good film, and I would definitely recommend to watch this film.

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Dennis P.

A prequel, that took place 10 years before the events of the original. When I first read the original I wasn't sure if it would be a good movie or a mediocre one. With this movie I was wrong. I saw this movie in 4D and it is a good movie, the movie is a good blend of drama and action. It is very difficult to decide how to rate this movie but I would say it is above average.

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Thomas Schmidt

When I first saw this movie, I thought it was really funny. However, when I watched it again, I thought it was really not funny. The movie had no comedy. But since I watched it again, I decided to watch the movie again. And when I was watching it, I found out that it is actually quite serious and serious scenes. So if you are looking for a comedy, this movie is not for you.

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George Allen

This is an excellent movie about the Korean War of the 1950s. It tells the story of a young Korean girl named Ohn-bin, whose parents are taken prisoner by the Americans during the war. Her mother is accused of spying for the Japanese. When her father gets released, the rest of the family is persecuted for the crime of treason. It's really very interesting, and you can't help feeling sorry for them. It's also very funny. It's not a war movie, but it certainly is a moving drama about family, friendship, and loyalty. It's a great movie, and I think everyone who loves history should see it.

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This movie is by far one of the best Korean movies I have ever seen. It has a story of a man's descent into madness, and his discovery of the corruption that surrounded him in life. All of the characters were created with a purpose and their portrayals were absolutely outstanding. The cinematography was excellent as well. When watching a movie it's important to have high praise from the critics. This movie wasn't terrible by any means, but it was certainly on the high end of a movie genre that I have never seen before in my life. There are many movies I've seen that I have considered to be outstanding, but this one definitely takes the cake. If you don't like Korean movies I strongly suggest you try this one. You'll be a lot happier for it.

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Jane F.

Young men fighting over a women. This is the basic concept behind K-POP's Choi Min-sik. The title of this movie is a short-hand explanation of his popularity. His character is someone in search of love. But the movie is about the bigger question - the question of love. It is a drama about young people and about love and how it is portrayed in the way it is. It is not only about the obvious things - sex, money, romance. But the characters and the conflict are deeper than that. It is about loyalty and responsibility. It is about the importance of being true to yourself. It is about the meaning of being oneself. And most of all, it is about the importance of being yourself. When people who are usually sweet and easy to relate to, they fall in love with each other and have a relationship. When someone has this love, it is a painful event. Yet the theme of love remains in the characters' minds. And when they find a way to reveal their feelings and to love each other, this is the end of the world. This movie does this with a lot of 'tears' and emotions. This is what make this movie so charming. I don't like the fact that the director made the film as simple as this, but in the end, it was a beautiful film. When I watched this film, I felt as if I was in a dream. The movie reminded me of some of the best Korean films like Memories of Sunday and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. So it is a must-watch.

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Frank M.

This film is really awesome. I've never seen it before but when i saw this movie i thought that i was at a festival in my country. People from the park had seen it. I've never seen something like that. The story is great and there's no boring scene. It is really good. The only reason i don't give it a 10 is because it is the best Korean film i've seen. The only flaw is that the music is a bit late in the film. The story is really good.

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Danielle G.

The film is about the life of a 19th century Korean, Song, who is eventually released from a secret prison on the grounds of "genocide" in order to escape to Korea, where he takes a job at a prestigious newspaper. When he has an opportunity to buy a horse, Song takes it, and uses it to convince his boss to work for him, and in the process, Song discovers that he is a bit of a minority. The film is beautifully shot and includes some of the most poignant images I have ever seen. However, in the end, it's not really the story that is most interesting, but the way the story is told. In the film, Song explains the events that led to the passage of the U.S.A. act, and their influence on the Korean way of life, and how he and his fellow prisoners were also used. The story is told with a combination of documentary style and a beautifully layered approach, and it is a beautiful and powerful way to tell the story. However, the real standout of the film is the cinematography, and how the film uses digital techniques to tell the story. The director of photography and cinematographer perfectly capture the grandeur of Korea, and the beauty of the mountainous landscape, and the sunsets. The cinematography is excellent, and while the film is certainly not flawless, it is a beautiful film.

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Teresa Keller

It's one of those movies that makes you sit and think and wonder. How would the Korean people have reacted to this situation? Is it so different from today's Korean society? Why is it that so many Korean people accept the film as such? Is it really so bad to think about? And do you really think that you can think about the Korean people without comparing them to a local tribe or country? And I don't mean that to be disrespectful to the Japanese. But I believe that they should be held at a level that Korean people are at now. Perhaps that is because I don't think that the Japanese can understand what is going on in Korea. The movie opens with a tale of a young girl being raped by an older man. The girl and her family flee to Japan, where she has to hide her virginity because she has a missing father. After the war, her father decides to marry the same girl he raped. But he is sick, and goes to live with her uncle. But the uncle isn't a good man, and she eventually does marry him. The uncle, as we know, is bad, and he beats her a few times. Then she becomes pregnant and gives the baby to her rapist. When she dies, the rapist is released. The uncle gets the body and wears it like a bridal suit. He and his mistress live in Japan for about a year, and he pays for her staying there, and she doesn't tell him that she is pregnant. He pays to have the baby and has a nice apartment. Soon, she gets an offer to work in Japan. But the uncle still treats her like a slave. But then her and her uncle find out about the rapist and his mistress and their son, and they decide to run away. But the uncle is too smart to follow them. When she gets there, he wants to rape her, and she wants to kill him. But the uncle kills her. So she wants to take revenge, and she is willing to go to hell if the uncle wants her to come back to life. The uncle has been brainwashed and will do anything to make her go back to heaven. So the uncle takes her to hell. And in hell, her friend lets her go, and she goes to Tokyo. Then she finds a man who will teach her Japanese, but he isn't going to teach her Korean either. And he is in love with her. I think that a good lesson for Koreans would be: How does your culture affect you? If you can tell me why, I will make a film about it.

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Jason Wilson

This Korean Korean-drama is directed by Lee Sung-jin and written by Sook-sung Song, the director of the epic "Amor Gaya" (2008) and another mini-series of the same name, entitled "Ransom" (2014), and stars Yoo-suk Nam, Ji-hyun Ahn, Kim Jang-seong, Moon Eun-young, Ji-hyung Ahn, Sae-yeon Jang, Jin-ae Lee and Hye-joon Jung. I would first like to say I enjoyed this film a lot. I don't like seeing too many movies that are violent, but this one is not too violent. I also liked how it was more on reality. The setting in Korea is very poor, and some characters are in a very desperate situation. The setting is very similar to a version of "In the Land of Blood and Honey" (2001). In the Land of Blood and Honey, there are many hopeless situations and desperate things happening. This is a little more positive. The setting is also very small and really only shows few actors and a few few places. This is also really the only positive point. The background music is also very good. The final 10 minutes of this movie is also good and this is where the movie really shines. Overall, I think this movie is good. The plot is really good. It is a mixture of tragedy, terror, etc. The story is also good. The director was able to do a really good job of focusing on the actors and the music, and the ending is very good too. This is a really good Korean movie. I highly recommend this film to everyone who loves realistic Korean movies. I give it a 7/10.