Missing You is a 2016 South Korean revenge thriller film written and directed by Mo Hong-jin. It was released in South Korea on March 10, 2016. A little girl named Hee-ju who lost her father to a serial killer named Ki-bum 15 years ago awaits for his release. Ki-bum is released from prison after serving his sentence. Dae-young, a detective follows Ki-bum closely as he remains suspicious of the ... See full summary »
High school sweethearts break into a home which ends deadly. One takes the rap and goes to prison. Twenty-two years later he's out and looking to resume their relationship. Only problem is ... See full summary »
Two Korean girls, Jung-Min (14) and Young-hee (15) are kidnapped by the Japanese Imperial Army and taken to a 'Comfort Station' in China. There, they join other kidnapped girls in serving ... See full summary »
IT'S NOT A DATE tells the story of Carly and Milo, a couple in their twenties on their first date. Although "It's not a date" but more of a casual meet at a local club; it begins as a ... See full summary »
HONG Gildong is an infallible private detective with an exceptional memory and quirky personality. While chasing the only target he failed to find, he gets entangled in a much bigger conspiracy than he bargained for.
Soo-a seems to be a normal young woman, but one bad day she is kidnapped during broad daylight and in the middle of downtown. She is taken to a psychiatric hospital, locked up, getting drugs and is tortured. She doesn't know why all this is happening to her. To prevent herself from becoming insane, Soo-a secretly writes down the whole story in every detail. One year later, the TV-journalist Nam-soo receives a notebook. He also doesn't know why or who had sent him the device, but when takes a closer look, he finds the notes of Soo-a. First he thinks about a joke, but soon finds out that some details could be real, which leaves him shocked. He starts an investigation and soon finds Soo-a in prison; locked up as a murder suspect. Desperate to help her, Nam-soo wants to find out the truth of what happened to that young woman. Written by