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3 Korean Gangster Films That Stand The Test of Time

10 February 2016 1:01 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

The Rules of The Game (1994)

Scripted by Kang Je-Gyu, director of My Way (2011) and Shiri (1999), The Rules of The Game refers to swindlers, prostitutes and gangsters.

Yong-Dae (played by Park Joong-Hoon), is a punk who aspires to rise up through the ranks and acquire power and wealth.

“In the 1983 film Scarface, Tony Montana (portrayed by Al Pacino) influenced me during the making of the film,” Park told.

Green Fish (1997)

Mak-Dong (played by Han Suk-Kyu), becomes embroiled in a fight with a trio of young thugs who harass Mi-Ae. He, having just been discharged from the military, is on the train home. While looking for work, Mak-Dong comes across Mi-Ae again, who is a nightclub singer and also girlfriend of a gang boss Bae Tae-Gon. Mak-Dong becomes entangled in the gang and his infatuation with Mi-Ae leads him to his downfall.

After Bae Tae-Gon elevating Mak-Dong to a full-fledged member of the gang, »

- Lady Jane

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The 2015 Korean Films You Have To Catch Up On

11 January 2016 6:59 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »


The Himalayas

Director: Lee Seok-Hoon / Distributor: Cj Entertainment

Based on the true story of legendary mountaineer Um Hong-Gil, played by Hwang Jung-Min (Veteran and Ode To My Father). Starring alongside Hwang is actor Jung Woo (C’est Si Bon and Wish) who plays Park Moo-Taek, a young mountaineer and member of the Daemyung University alpinists who perishes in Mt. Everest’s notorious “death zone” above 26,000 ft. Hong-Gil reassembles his expedition team in an attempt to retrieve Moo-Taek’s body.

Director Lee last helmed The Pirates (2014), and previously worked with Hwang on Dancing Queen (2012).

The Tiger: An Old Hunter’s Tale

Director: Park Hoon-Jung / Distributor: Next Entertainment World

Set in 1920s Korea, when the country was under Japanese colonial rule.

The story revolves around the unfinished relationship between the era’s best hunter, Chun Man-Duk, played by Choi Min-Sik, the infamous tiger of the Korean peninsula and the Japanese army »

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