Moss is a crime mystery drama based on the internet comic by Tae-Ho Yoon. In it, Hae-Kuk Ryu is visiting a small, secluded village after the passing of his father, whom he is beginning to suspect was murdered by one of the villagers.
Where Geun-Suk Jang plays your typical 19-year-old delinquent playboy that one day, while grocery shopping, suddenly has a baby in his cart. The note says that the baby is his and suddenly his playboy days are over.
A Barefoot Dream tells the true-life story of a former football soccer player named Won-Kang Kim, whose failed attempts at making money lead him to the small and brand new nation of East Timor, where a group of little kids have big dreams.
It’s a week of Korean extravaganza and who better than me to talk about it? *laughs* Well, jokes aside, there is something about Korean cinema that really intrigues me and here is my chance to talk about it!
Sang-soo Hong’s HaHaHa follows the story of Moon-Kyeong, a filmmaker who’s going to Canada, and Jong-Sik, a movie critic — two long-time friends who meet and tell each other about their lives over good food and drinks.