Tae-jung, the part-time worker of a DVD room, hides drugs in room #7 in exchange for wiping off his debt. When he goes back to the room to retrieve the drugs but realizes that the door is ... See full summary »
Doo-Sik (Jo Jung-suk) gets paroled from prison thanks to his younger brother (Do Kyung-Soo) Doo-Young. Doo-Young is a promising judo athlete. After 15 years, Doo-Sik (Jo Jung-suk) suddenly ... See full summary »
Ji Yeon-hee (Moon Ga-young) is an extremely shy, introverted 23-year-old girl with zero dating experience and a tendency to blush when talking to someone she likes. One day, four young men ... See full summary »
Lee Yul falls off a cliff and nearly dies in an attempted assassination. He loses his memory and wanders for 100 days under a new name and personality. During this period, he meets Hong Sim, head of the first detective agency in Joseon.
26 years ago, state troops were ordered to open fire on civilians in the city of Gwangju who were demonstrating as apart of a democratic movement. Thousands of civilians were killed. Now, a... See full summary »
The story of Ro Gi Soo, a tap dancing North Korean soldier who was held captive in the Geoje prison camp during the Korean War. ~~ Based on Korean musical "Rho Ki-Soo," written by Jang Woo-Sung and directed by Kim Tae Hyung.
Four friends on a trip rescue a woman who is being beaten by a man, only to be pursued by the police. One of them lapses into unconsciousness following an ensuing car accident and the other three are arrested on suspicion of murder.
Big-box store (looks very much like Wal-Mart) employees banding together against corporate greed.
Cart (2014) is a Korean film based on a true story. It's about big-box store (looks very much like Wal-Mart) employees banding together against corporate greed. Most of the initial workers are women and their organizing attempts are inspiring. As with most foreign films Americans might find the timing a little unsettling but this is an interesting peek into Korean culture. If you're in the mood for a South Korean version of Norma Rae (1979) this is it.
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