Tae-Hoon (Rain) is the youngest member of the elite flight team "Black Eagles," which consists of Korea's top combat pilots. Tae-Hoon is gifted pilot, but he is also a troublemaker, filled with curiosity and playfulness. One day, when the team puts on an exhibition at an air show, he ruins the exhibition. Afterwards, Tae-Hoon is kicked out of the "Black Eagles" and transferred to the 21 combat flight unit, which is led by Dae-Seo. Tae-Hoon begins to rely on Dae-Seo like a real older brother. Meanwhile, Tae-Hoon finds himself at odds with Cheol-Hee, who is rigid, and thought of as the best pilot in the 21 combat flight unit. Tae-Hoon prepares to take on Cheol-Hee in a flight contest. Tae-Hoon asks head of maintenance Se-Young (Shin Se-Kyung) for help. Then, up in the sky in Yeouido, an unidentified fighter plane appears, and Tae-Hoon, Dae-Seo, Yoo-Jin and Seok-Hyun must make a sortie.....
Ham Eun-jeong as Eun-Joo
May Doni Kim as Shin-ji
Choi Ah-Ra as A-rang
Jin Se-yeun as Jenny
Hwang Woo Seul Hye as Soon-ye
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Yu Mo-ri as Jang Ye-Bin
Lee Jun-Ho as Music Fever Host (final part)
White: The Melody of the Curse is about a girl group named Pink Dolls who become famous after remaking a song from a strange tape they find in their studio. With the rise in popularity, the girls find themselves becoming resentful and haunted by their desire for the chance to be promoted as the lead group member. The dynamics between the girls in the group shift dramatically as one by one, they become the 'main' and are affected by a curse. However, they are so driven to obtain the lead role in the song that they become blind to the horrible effects that it brings about. As a series of unexplainable and gruesome events begins to unravel, Eun-Joo must attempt to unmask the dark origins that sparked the issue in order to save her life, before she becomes the 'main'.
It is eventually discovered that "White" was originally written by a young back-up dancer for Jang Ye-Bin who was bullied badly by Ye-Bin (in one case having her face disfigured with acid for "standing out" - Ye-Bin taunts the girl by saying "Have fun being the main now, see how far you go with a face like that!"), eventually committed suicide by drinking bleach and now returns to haunt and kill whoever sings "her" song (Ye-Bin dies in a fire, Jenny is hung in the studio after overdosing on her medicine, A-Rang's plastic surgery goes severely wrong, and Shin-Ji is crushed beneath a camera crane).
At the climax of the film, Jenny, A-Rang and Shin-ji (having survived their initial accidents) commit suicide by drinking bleach (after being seemingly possessed by the ghost of the trainee), and Eun-joo is assaulted by the ghost of the trainee while performing "White" onstage, which results in her being trampled to death. Her manager and her "sponsor", Mr. Choi are also killed (severely burnt by by a pyrotechnic malfunction and crushed by a falling light respectively), causing a massive fire that destroys the studio. The film concludes with Soon-ye (the only survivor) at the karaoke bar, disposing of Eun-Joo's album, the trainee's suicide note and the original video tape by placing them in a trash can and setting it on fire. She believes she has finally defeated the curse, but then looks up in horror as the karaoke machine announces "Song chosen: White", implying that the curse has not been defeated and she too will be killed (she had performed vocal doubling for the song earlier, due to Jenny's being too insecure to properly hit the high notes).
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In Korea, AD 668. Kim Beob-min (Hwang Jeong-min) is the king of the small southern Korean state of Shilla and makes a deal with China's Tang dynasty officials to have a combined strike against the larger northern Korean state of Goguryeo. The conditions of the agreement involve Shilla being given back the Korean state of Baekje. The combined troops march to Pyongyang Castle, where Goguryeo's Yeon Gaesomun (Lee Weon-jong) dies and hands over command of the army to his second son Yeon Nam-geon (Ryu Seung-ryong). This action upsets his first son, Yeon Nam-saeng (Yun Je-mun) who is not as war-hungry as Nam-geon.
The Goguryeo soldiers defending the castle succeed in fighting off the Allied Army's first assault by catapulting honey and bees onto the Shilla soldiers. Meanwhile, the Shilla grand general Kim Yu-shin (Jeong Jin-yeong) holds back sending his main force to join the advance Allied Army, preferring to deal directly with Yeon Gaesomun's sons than the Chinese. Yeon Nam-saeng is expelled from the castle by his elder brother. The Chinese commander Yi launches a full-scale attack on the castle but is beaten back by the Goguryeo secret weapon. An allied soldier, Thingamajig (Lee Mun-shik) from Baekje, is captured. Thingamajig, who has suffered under Chinese rule, broadcasts a demoralizing message to the Allied Army. Thingamajig is rewarded by being allowed to marry the brave Goguryeo female warrior, Gap-sun (Seon Woo-seon), against her will.
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Kim Ha-neul ... Min Soo-ah
Yoo Seung-ho ... Kwon Gi-seob
Jo Hee-bong ... Detective Jo
Yang Young-Jo ... Myung-Jin
Dolly ... Seul-Gi
A female university student goes missing one day and is later discovered as a victim of a hit-and-run. Assuming the kidnapper and the driver are the same person, police begin investigating the case and find two witnesses who were at the scene: Soo-ah, a visually impaired woman who was once a very promising student at a national police university, and Gi-seob, a young man who happened to be near the scene of the hit-and run. The case becomes even more complicated as the two witnesses tell different stories about the accident.
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Shin Ha-kyun as Kang Eun-pyo
Go Soo as Kim Soo-hyeok
Ryoo Seung-soo as Oh Gi-yeong
Ko Chang-seok as Yang Hyo-sam
Kim Ok-bin as Cha Tae-gyeong
Towards the end of the Korean War an uneasy ceasefire is ordered, but out on the Eastern front line of the Aerok Hills fierce fighting continues. A race to capture a strategic point to determine a new border between the two Koreas is the ultimate prize. A bullet is then found in the body of dead company commander of the South Korean army. The bullet that killed the company commander belongs to the South Korean army. Lieutenant of the Defense Security Command Kang Eun-Pyo is ordered to go out into the Eastern front line and investigate the murder. When Kang Eun-Pyo arrives in the Aerok Hills he is surprised to find his old friend Kim Soo-Hyeok commanding troops in the Aerok Hills. Kang Eun-Pyo believed Kim Soo-Hyeok was dead. In their younger years, Kim Soo-Hyeok was a meek student, but he eventually became the leader of Aerok company as a lieutenant. The situation in the Aerok company raises many flags in the eyes of Kang Eun-Pyo...
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Revised romanization: Eoggaedongmu
Director: Jo Jin-Gyu
Release Date: February 27, 2004
Country: South Korea
Cast Yoo Dong-Geun - Kim Tae-shik
Seong-jin Lee - Na Dong-mu
Jo Mi-Lyeong - Mi-suk
Kim Mu-Saeng - Tae-shik's father
Park Yong-Jin - Bae Chil-Soo
Synopsis Tae-sik (starred by YOO Dong-geun) is a petty gangster who hopes to get on easy street. Bonehead (starred by LEE Moon-sik) and Fencer (starred by CHOI Ryung) are his stooges. They happen to get hold of a videotape that contains a conglomerate's president handing an illegal political fund to a corrupt politician. With the detective's ID that comes into their possession, they feel like they own the world. However, as luck has it, the videotape in question disappears. Tae-sik's gang comes into possession of a detective's ID and decides to play cops. Their abundant field experience on the dark side along with their broad knowledge on the local gangsters make them better cops than real ones. They even receive respect from them. Nothing seems to be in their way. Should they change their jobs? At the video rental shop, Dong-moo (starred by LEE Sung-jin) happens to acquire the tape in question. Passing themselves off as cops, Tae-sik's gang blackmails Dong-moo to retrieve the tape. However, the tape goes missing, and Dong-moo has no choice but to cooperate with them in their pursuit of the missing tape. But their relationship starts off rocky. Will they be able to retrieve the tape?
While investigating the school files, the frightened teacher Mrs. Park startles and calls the young teacher Eun-young Hur, telling her that the deceased Jin-ju Jang is back. The line dies and Mrs. Park is attacked and killed by a ghost. On the next morning, the teenager Jae-yi Yoon waits for her friend Ji-oh Lim, who has the ability to call the spirits, and they begin a close friendship. The abusive and aggressive Mr. Oh, a.k.a. Mad Dog, is the substitute of Mrs. Park and prohibits Ji-oh to paint and compares the performances of the pretty So-young Park and the weird Jung-sook Kim, raising a barrier between the two former friends. Miss Hur misses her former friend Jin-ju, who committed suicide, and while trying to contact her, she discloses a dark secret about the past of her friend and Mrs. Park.
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When I Turned Nine (아홉살 인생 - Ahopsal insaeng, literally Life at Age Nine) is a 2004 South Korean drama film.
Kim Suk... Baek Yeo-min
Lee Se-young... Jang Woo-rim
Na A-hyeon... Oh Geum-bok
Kim Myeong-jae... Shin Gi-jong
Jeong Seon-kyeong... Yeo Min-mo
An Nae-sang... Tam-im
Ji Dae-han... 여민 부
Seo Jin-won... Park Pal-bong (최덕문하 상사)
Sin Jeong-geun... 검은 제비 부
Jeong Ae-yeon... Kim Yun-hee
The film talks about Baek Yeo-min (Kim Seok), a thoughtful and matured nine-year old boy's life during the 1970s in Korea. During a school punishment he meets a new haughty girl named Jang Woo-rim (Lee Se-yeong) and at first they both don't like each other, but soon a path of love connects them both together. Trying to help his one-eyed mother after noticing a pair of expensive glasses in a store, Yeo-min decides to make his own money by getting a job as an ice-cream boy, selling ice cream and doing chores until his mother notices the money he made and punishes Yeo-min, saying that he shouldn't have made money from his summer jobs. For many months they were best friends, but their romance path is broken when she has to move back to Seoul to meet her father once again. The night before she departed, Yeo-min gave her a surprise by kissing her on the cheek and ran away. Although both of them could not see each other again, they still remember each other and Yeo-min notices a present given to him from Woo-rim- a pair of glasses for his mother, noticing how guilty he first looked in the beginning. Yeo-min was surprised when Woo-rim told him that she was actually in love with him. Walking away with his friends into the snow at the end of the movie, he looks back with a glum expression on his face.
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Welcome to Dongmakgol (Korean: 웰컴 투 동막골) is a 2005 South Korean film set during the Korean War. It was South Korea's official entry for the foreign language film category of the Academy Awards in 2005, and as of 2005 it was the fourth-highest grossing South Korean film of all time. It was the debut film of director Park Kwang-hyun and stars Shin Ha-kyun, Jeong Jae-yeong and Kang Hye-jeong.
The story is set in Korea during the Korean War in 1950. Soldiers from both the North and South, as well as an American pilot, find themselves in a secluded village, its residents largely unaware of the outside world, including the war.
The film is based on the long-running play by Jang Jin.
Seo Jae Kyung
Dongmakgol is a village in a remote mountain, isolated from the rest of the world and untouched by the ravages of the ongoing war in Korea. Fate brings the three fighting forces together: a U.S. fighter pilot whose plane crash-landed in the mountain, three retreating North Korean soldiers, and two South Korean soldiers who are lost. After a grenade destroys the food storage, they decide to stay and help the local farmers. In the process they slowly let go of their hatred for one another and build a sense of friendship. Meanwhile, the U.S. commanders believe there is a major North Korean military presence in the area where the plane went missing and plan a major air strike. In order to spare the village from complete destruction, the soldiers decide to work together to divert the attack, possibly sacrificing themselves in the process.
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Quick (퀵 Qwik ) is 2011 South Korean action film directed by Jo Beom-goo. The film is about Gi-su (Lee Min-ki) who works as a bike messenger. After delivering a package to an office, the building blows up just after he left. Not believing that he's responsible, Gi-su leaves and later asked to drive the pop star Ah-rom (Kang Ye-won) to a televised stadium concert she's late for. He loans her his helmet for the ride, unaware that it's been switched for an identical one rigged with explosives.
Lee Min-ki ... Han Ki-su (male protagonist who was ex-bike member who tasked to save his ex's life from time bomb)
Kang Ye-won ... Choon-Sim (Ae-rim ) (female protagonist who was ex-girlfriend of Ki-su is famous singer of group)
Kim In-kwon ... Kim Myung-Sik (another male protagonist is cop who was friend of Ki-su and Ae-ram)
Koo Chang-sik ... Detective Seo
Yoon Je-moon ... Jung In-Hyuk
Joo Jin-Mo ... Team leader Kim
Ma Dong-sik ... Kim Joo-Chul
Song Jae-Ho ... Kwak Han-Soo
Oh Jung-Se ... Park Dal-Yong (Ki-su's friend)
Kim Tae-woo ... Junichi Watanabe (antagonist who was mastermind of bombings)
Jeon Kuk-Hwan ... Masaaki Aikawa
Choi Jae-Sup ... Manager
In the year 2004 in Seoul, South Korea, a group of bikers are joy-riding through the streets and while their leader the teenage Han Gi-su (Lee Min-gi) is tearfully berated by girlfriend Chun-shim (Kang Ye-won) for scorning her. The biker Kim Myeong-sik (Kim In-kwon) is attracted to Chun-shim watches dolefully. Following some heavy traffic, Gi-su executes a perfect bike jump over it.
Six year later Gi-su is working as a bike messenger. After delivering a package to an office, the building blows up just after he leaves. Gi-su doesn't think his package was connected to the blast. Gi-su is later asked to drive Ah-rom, the lead vocalist of girl group OK Girls, to a televised stadium concert that she is late for. To his surprise, he finds that she is actually Chun-shim who is still angry at how she was treated years earlier. He offer her his helmet, unaware that it's been switched for an identical one rigged with an explosive. Gi-su receives a phone call and is told to deliver three packages already stowed in his bike, with a 30-minute delivery time for each package. If they exceed the time limit or if Chun-shim tries to take off the helmet then it will explode. Meanwhile the police, led by Detective Seo (Ko Chang-seok) and NPCC team leader Kim (Ju Jin-mo) examine the CCTV tape in the building that exploded and believe that Gi-su is potentially the bomber. Gi-su delivers Chun-shim to the concert just in time where she performs in the helmet. The two of them start to make the deliveries, while being hunted by the police and trying to solve figure out who is repsonsible for the bombings while driving between Seoul and Incheon.
Detective K: Secret of the Virtuous Widow (Hangul: 조선명탐정 : 각시투구꽃의 비밀; RR: Joseon Myungtamjung : Gakshituku Ggotui Bimil) is a 2011 South Korean film based on the novel by Kim Tak-Hwan. It stars Kim Myung-min in the lead role as Detective K.
Kim Myung-min ... Detective K
Han Ji-min... Han Kaek-Ju
Oh Dae-su ...Seo-Pil
Lee Jae-Yong – Minister Lim
Kim Tae-Hun – Lim Geo-Sun
Ye Soo-Jung – Public Officer Lim's wife
Choi Moo-Sung – public officer
Jeong In-Gi – village governor
Lee Sol-Gu – servant
Jung Jae-Sung – city governor of Jeokseong
Choi Jae-Sup – village public officer
Moon Kyung-Min – old blacksmith
Nam Sung-Jin – king Jeongjo
Woo Hyeon – Mr Bang
Seventeen years after King Jeongjo took throne, a series of murders occurs and the King hires Detective K along with his sidekick Seo-Pil to find out the murderer's identity.
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Virgin Snow (첫눈 - Cheotnun, 初雪の恋 ヴァージン・スノー - Hatsuyuki no koi) is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Han Sang-hye and starring Korean actor, Lee Jun Ki and Japanese actress, Aoi Miyazaki.
Lee Jun Ki as Kim-min
Aoi Miyazaki as Sasaki Nanae
Lee-hwan as Kim Da-hyeon
Min moves to Japan following his professor father. One day at a local shrine, he meets a beautiful Japanese girl with innocent eyes. Her name is Nanae, and she is an aspiring painter. Min falls for her at first sight, and soon learns that Nanae attends the same school to which Min has just transferred. They become friends, and despite the culture and language barriers it is an intense friendship. When his grandmother suddenly falls ill, Min hastily returns to Korea but can’t get in touch with Nanae beforehand. After his grandmother regains her health, he hurries back to Japan to reunite with Nanae, but she is nowhere to be found. Had his true feelings for Nanae not been apparent to her? Why has Nanae disappeared without a word?
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Venus and Mars (Hangul: 싸움; RR: Ssaum (literally Fight) is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It was directed by Han Ji-seung and stars Sol Kyung-gu and Kim Tae-hee.
Sol Kyung-gu as Kim Sang-min
Kim Tae-hee as Yoon Jin-ah
Seo Tae-hwa as Tae-hwa
Jeon Soo-kyeong as Hyang-mi
Kang Hye-ryeon as Jin-sook
Kim Tae-wan as In-cheol
Im Ha-ryong (cameo)
The movie is by Director Han Ji Seung who also gathered praise for the drama series 'Alone in Love' in drawing the emotions of a divorced couple. The movie will be about a couple reaching a period of lassitude that is not able to control their emotions and start hurting each other through quarreling, and start realizing the true meaning of love. A couple who does not choose to part displays the disappointment and hatred towards the other through the most simple way of communication, quarreling.
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The film was released in South Korea on May 10, 2007, and had a total of 1,304,431 admissions.
Kim Su-mi as Mal-nyon
Im Chae-mu as Ji-man
Eugene as Eun-ho
Ha Seok-jin as Hwang Ki-baek
Lee Jae-jin as Hwang Sa-baek
Sweet and easygoing Eun Ho (Yoo Jin) grew up in a normal middle-class household with a strict and traditional father. Willful plastic surgeon Ki Baek (Ha Suk Jin) was born into a wealthy family, and has the ego to match his income. Their two worlds collide quite literally when they meet through a paragliding accident. It's a classic case of opposites attract as they fight, falter, and fall in love, but their incompatible families are determined to break them apart.
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