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Out Live (2000)

Bichunmoo (original title)
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A sweeping, epic tale of a martial arts warrior who attempts to defy a kingdom to be with his love.

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Young-jun Kim

Writer:

Young-jun Kim
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Credited cast:
Hyeon-jun Shin ... Yu Jinha
Hee-seon Kim ... Sullie
Jin-young Jung ... Namgung Junkwang (as Jin-yeong Jeong)
Dong-jik Jang Dong-jik Jang ... Lai
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yu-jeong Choi Yu-jeong Choi ... Lady Yeojin (as Jin-hie Choi)
Ju-bong Gi Ju-bong Gi ... Kwakjung
Bang Hyep Bang Hyep ... Namgung Sung
Hak-Cheol Kim Hak-Cheol Kim ... General Taruga
Ju-yeon Kim Ju-yeon Kim
Soo-Ro Kim Soo-Ro Kim ... Ashin (as Su-ro Kim)
Han-garl Lee Han-garl Lee ... Changryeon
Hyeon-kyeong Ryu Hyeon-kyeong Ryu ... Arisu
Tae-hwa Seo Tae-hwa Seo ... Saijune
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It is 14th century Yuan Dynasty China, the country is under Mongolian rule and the star-crossed lovers, Jinha and Sullie, illegitimate daughter of a Mongolian commander, are caught in the middle. When her mother died, SullieÕs father, Taruga, took her away and later planned to marry her off to form an alliance with a powerful Chinese warlord. Things get worse when Jinha learns that Taruga was the person who ordered the massacre of his entire family. Fuelled by hatred, he masters his family secret martial arts, the Bichun Secret Art. Many top pugilists, who are also after the secret scroll, try to kill him. During one of such attempts, Junkwang, a rich and powerful son of a Han lord, helps Jinha. But fate has it that Junkwang is the person that Sullie is forced to marry. When Junkwang knows about their love, he plots to have Jinha killed. Written by <sukmolelono@yahoo.com>

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Ai mo, fukushû mo, kono tsurugi ni yadoru [Japan] See more »


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Cheesy, predictable fun
9 December 2004 | by jlvovSee all my reviews

OK, this movie is no Lord of the Rings, or even Crouching Tiger.

So what? It might not be a masterpiece of world cinema, but it's rather fun.

The plot is cheesy (big plot holes as well) and the love story severely cliché, however the art design and sets are beautiful, the fights fun enough (though a bit puzzling), the leads are all appealing and there is melodrama and angst galore.

Yeah, you could do better (Hero, House of Flying Daggers, Musa). But if star-crossed lovers, revenge and period movies are your thing, and you don't mind a few bits where the plot is confusing and/or over-the-top, you can do much worse than Bichunmoo.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

1 July 2000 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Flying Warriors See more »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)
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