Dong-chul was the best special field agent in North Korea, but he's abandoned by his government during a mission. While on the run, he looks for his wife and child, who were sold as slaves to China, only to discover their corpses. He soon finds out that his colleague was behind the killing and defects to the South in search of his nemesis. He looks for him during the day, and works as a temp driver at night and as a personal driver for Chairman PARK. One night the chairman is attacked and killed by an assassin, but not before handing over a pair of glasses to Dong-chul. He is now on the run again, accused of the chairman's murder by the intelligence service, while trying to uncover the secret contained inside the glasses. Little did he know that depending on who ultimately gains control of the secret, it could either become a national threat or treasure.
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Hyeon-mi felt jealous although she'd been solo since she was born so she butted in. "It's stressing not being able to reveal who you are dating. I think he feels it too so he's so good to me". She had gone to a filming site for a favor and who does she meet but the greatest Hallyu star Jang Woo-joon. She says they share love in motels outside of the city and doesn't mind videotaping their love-making to make up for the short time they have. She stresses that they had to break up as they could never be official or public and the three of them forget about Seon-hee.
Is there no end to women's gossip? Then they start talking about Seon-hee who isn't there yet. She was always isolated from everyone because she was uglier. No one knew what had happened to her for a while and she couldn't be contacted. Then a completely different Seon-hee appeared in front of them. She's prepared an extremely strong punch for them. What is her vanity story going to be about?
Who is good and who is evil? What is the boundary between them? An animated thriller about the tension between a good-hearted person speaking falsely and an evil-natured person speaking truthfully, and of those that surround them. "The Fake" is the much-anticipated sophomore feature of Yeon Sang-ho, who took the international festival circuit by storm with his incendiary debut "King of Pigs", which debuted at the 2011 Busan International Film Festival, during which it was awarded three prizes (NETPAC, DGK Best Director and CGV MOVIE Collage). It went on to a slew of others events, where it bagged many more accolades. Each of Yeon's works have sought to explore one negative facet of life in Korea. His first feature "King of Pigs" was a brutal and often harrowing look at bullying in high school. Last year, the animation director released "The Window", a mid-length work based on Korea's obligatory military service, another system fiercely governed by hierarchy. In "The Fake", Yeon has opted to examine the strange world of religious cults and faith. His latest work was also selected for the 2012 Asian Project Market, which takes place during the Busan Film Festival.
Dong-keun, Jun, You-mi and members of Korea's only gospel choir Heritage, along with eight other people who have passed the audition travel to Harlem, New York to learn about the gospel music and also to perform with the Harlem gospel singers. As they go through a series of lessons, they begin to realize that Black Gospel is not about brilliant techniques, nor beautiful voices; it is something that begins from the soul. On the day of the concert, they step on the Harlem stage with their hearts pounding from the nervousness. Will they fi ll the theater with their soul and energy?
A producer is demoted out of the city after being busted for faking a nature documentary but ends up filming the life of ginseng diggers. Directed by Yoon Yeo-chang and starring Kim Min-joon.
So-yeon, a teenager from a happy home, goes fishing one day with her father in the South Pacific Ocean and faces an accident. She is lost at sea with her pet dog, Happy and ends up in a deserted island. She believes her father will come and save her there and survives in the wilderness of the island. One day, a mass crowd of cannibals appear in the jungle and try to hurt the natives there but So-yeon saves them and they become friends. However, she can't shake off the feeling that someone is watching her...
Born with a hunchback and left at an orphanage, Jung gets adopted by a woman when he was a child, who hides him away in the attic only to use him as a child slave for her dress shop. The woman has her own son who is younger than Jung; who has always wanted to become a woman, loathing his own male body. While Jung feels affection and sympathy for his younger stepbrother, he feels burdened by the weight of life that gets heavier by his sibling. Under the love hate relationship with his sibling and under the weight of life and death carried by the dead bodies that he faces each day, Jung endures the pain and thirst that he feels like a camel crossing a desolate desert in silence. And he quietly prepares his biggest, his last gift for his sibling.
Kim Jin-yeong is a scenario writer who's never sold one story before. She's obssessed with zombies and writes only about them. She's never been in a relationship before and is now thirty.
After his father's botched espionage mission, North Korean Myung-hoon and his young sister Hye-in are sent to a labor prison camp. In order to save his sister's life, Myung-hoon volunteers to become a spy and infiltrates the South as a teenage defector. While attending high school in the South, he meets another girl named Hye-in, and rescues her when she comes under attack. South Korean Intelligence soon discover Myung-hoon's activities and begin tracking him, all the while his own government sends a vicious assassin to eliminate him.