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Best Korean Films of 2010

26th December 2010

With the end of the year, we often see ‘top-10′ lists popping up on websites, television, magazines and newspapers. Well, since I am housebound at the start of a blizzard where up to two feet of snow is expected, I will write a list of my favorite ten Korean films of the year. Sitting down to organize my thoughts and make a list of the films I liked, I immediately ran into a problem. I wound up with a list of 15 films. That is not as big a problem as not having enough films to write about, but it is going to cause me some problems as I approach the end of the list and want to include everything. Less of a problem were the top five films. These were pretty clear in my mind.  Incidently, I am currently in the USA using someone else’s computer.. I opted not to take my laptop and haven’t bought an iPad yet–but may by the end of the  no images are included in this article right now as I don’t see an icon for Photoshop on this computer and I don’t want to snoop around their files trying to find one…  I will add images when I return to Korea on January 21.  Oh–and as I am in the USA, I have not been able to view Yellow Sea which opened this past week.  Therefore, that film was not considered for this list. So let me get started–Here are my favorite films of 2010 in reversed order.

10. Unjust, Midnight FM, Man From Nowhere, Servant, Haunted House– I could not choose a number ten film, so I cheated and put all the runner-ups in this slot. All of these movies are worth seeing, but all of them have faults that make it difficult to choose among them. Choin and Unjust have frustrating endings–let’s face it Choin’s ending is extremely sudden and cliche. The Servant was an interesting take on the Chunhyang legend, but I guess I did not really appreciate some of the major changes the film made to the tale (Myong-ryeong is the hero, dammit–not the villain!) Midnight FM, Haunted House and Man From Nowhere could have been at numbers 9 & 10–I kept switching those films around–but ultimately decided I wanted to include a different genre at Number 9 as many of the films I have listed here are action/thrillers.

9. Housemaid– Had this film not been touted as a remake of the 1960 Kim Ki-yeong classic, it would have landed higher on this list. As it is, it is a good film with a beautiful, artistic set and an interesting story. However, it does not capture the spirit of the original film and winds up being a completely different story. The title character wields none of the power nor the all-consuming obsession that the maid in the original did  and she never seems like a true threat to the family. Even her ‘revenge’ in the end does not seem particularly effective although I absolutely love the final scene that shows the result of her handiwork.

8. Secret Reunion– I know there are people who are undoubtedly going to rank this movie higher on their lists, but I am comfortable having it near the bottom of my faves this year. Directed by Jang Hoon (Rough Cut) and starring Song Kang-ho and Kang Dong-won, the movie has a lot going for it. The acting as well as the edge-of-your-seat action scenes cannot be faulted. I do, however, fault the ending. The final scene on the airplane just seems very trite to me. I was also somewhat uncomfortable in the way the Vietnamese characters were handled. A little more realism in the end and a gentler hand in dealing with the southeast Asians would have allowed me to rank this film higher. Overall though it was a strong second feature by Jang who had a tough job to live up to his amazing debut film.

7. Metamorphasis– This is another film that I would like to rank higher, but unfortunately cannot. The reason for this is because of the limited number of people who have seen it–or whom may be able to see it. While I loved the movie, it was definitley pure arthouse cinema. It is unlikely, in my opinion to be given a DVD release–though I could be wrong as the recent release of the wonderful arthouse film Written shows–there is always hope.  I wrote about Metamorphasis on this site after I viewed it at the Jeonju International Film Festival in Spring. It is the story of a man who wakes up one morning and finds that he is unable to move at all. Throughout the entire film, we can only see through his perspective so 90’s of the movie is looking out the window, the rest in a view of his very small room. It might not sound exciting, but his inner monologue and the end reveal are excellent.

6. Cyrano Agency–A romantic-comedy on my list? I am surprised to see it here as well. ‘Rom-coms’ are among my least favorite genre. But Cyrano Agency won me over probably because the comic aspect is decidedly downplayed–and I actually found myself crying at a couple of points in the movie (Which was slightly embarrassing because I watched it on an airplane).   The plot looks at a company that tries to help the lovelorn find their perfect matches by staging situation–even rain!– and writing their dialogue for them. However, the target of one client’s love causes the leader of the Cyrano Agency to question what they are doing. Do not mistake this for a retelling of the classic novel Cyrano de Bergerac–there are several unexpected twists and turns to this film.

5.  71: Into the Fire– When I watched this film earlier this year, I remember writing a review for it and praising the acting of  T.O.P– the rapper for the K-pop band Big Bang.  That still stands with repeated viewings. His acting elevates this movie which, without his screen presence–may have otherwise wound up among the pile of movies in the number ten slot. But because of his understated acting–especially in the  opening sequence which as stayed with me–I am able to ignore the lesser acting efforts by some of the more well-known veteran actors and the ridiculousness of some of the Hollywood-like action scenes which should have been left out of a movie like this.

4.5- Harmony– This is an edit. A day after posting this article, I woke up early in the morning with one question in mind. “When did Harmony open?” A quick check showed that it opened in January 2010 so I had to add it to this list. Not wanting to shuffle everything around, I once again cheated and created a spot for it. Harmony is a wonderfully touching story guaranteed to make anyone cry.

4. Moss–  I absolutely loved the atmosphere in this movie. I loved the set. I loved most the acting. The fact that this movie does not wind up as number 1 or 2 is a testament to the quality of films released this year. Moss is based on a comic book, but I had never read it before watching the film. You do not need to have read it to enjoy this film. It is a must-see and would be a good introduction to Korean cinema for someone not familar with them as it is easy to understand.

3. I Saw the Devil–  Another excellent movie. Whether or not the controversy prior to its release was real or a publicity stunt (an idea proposed by many viewers in Korea) the fact is the violence is no greater than many Korean films. However, I admit the level is cruelty is higher–though not to the point of Missing (which I still haven’t gotten through).  With two powerfully talented actors like Lee Byeong-heon and Choi Min-shik, it is hard to imagine this film being anything but a success.

2. Poetry– An older woman decides to take a poetry class and winds up trying to express her life through poems. This simple premise makes for a beautiful story. This film has won numerous awards including for Best Actress and was recognized at Cannes. This impression may be too short, so I will add two more words– Watch It!

1. Bedeviled—  My favorite film of this year–and many years. Bedeviled is very nearly the perfect Korean movie. It is the kind of film that I was worried we would not see again in Korean cinema.  Many movies these days are very Hollywood-ized and lack the feeling of being true Korean films, but not Bedeviled. You could pick this film out of time and drop it in almost any decade over the last 40 years and (except for some of the violence) it would fit right in. The movie received a very limited release earlier this year–it did not open in Jeonju. I could not view it until it was released on HanaTv (a direct television service). Since watching it, I have been recommending it to everyone I know. Not on DVD as of this writing, but watch for it. If you buy only one DVD this year, Bedeviled should be the one.

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DVD Releases: December 19-25

18th December 2010

I had a very busy week but somehow managed to give all my exams, grade them, calculate the scores, finish some commissioned reviews and finalize a study abroad program . I will be out of Korea from tomorrow for Christmas, staying in Rhode Island until the 16th of January..then I will be in Nevada for a business trip for the university I work for where I will meet 25 of my students. I was able to arrange an 8-week, all-expenses paid study program for them at UNR. I will return to Korea on January 21.  Between now and then, posting will be spotty, but I will try to post at least weekly. I will certainly write my about my favorite 10 films of 2010 in this time. When I return to Korea, I will be spending quite of bit of time on this blog as I have no classes until March. In the meantime, here are the DVDs being released in time to be presents for the holidays.


1. MUHAN DOJEON: Wrestling Special–  Muhan Dojeon is a long-running MBC-tv comedy show starring comedian Yoo Jae-seok, Park Myeong-soo and Jeong Joon-ha among others. Number of dics: 4/ Subtitles: None/ Format: 4:3 full screen/ Audio: Dolby stereo 2.0/ Region Code: all regions/ Recommended Price: 29,700 KRW/ Available: December 20

2. REVENGE: Director’s Cut– A KBS-tv drama starring Uhm Tae-woong, Han Ji-min and  Ko Joo-won Number of discs: 9/ Subtitles: English and Korean/ Rating: ages 15+/ Format: 16:9 anamorphic widescreen/ Special Features: Episodes 1-24 with unseen footage, disc 9 contains cut scenes, commentary by director and actors, interview with director, making, NG, music video and trailer/ Recommended Price: 66,000 KRW/ Available: December 21

boys of tomorrow

3. QUEEN SEONDEOK: vol.1-3– MBC-tv drama starring Ko Hyeon-jeong, Lee Yo-won, Uhm Tae-woong.  Number of discs: 23/ Subtitles: English and Korean/ Format: 16:9 anamorphic widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital: 2.0/ Region Code: 3/ Special Feeatures: Production, Poster shoot, Interviews with Uhm Tae-woong, Lee Yo-won, Ahn Gil-joong, Seo Yeong-hee, Kim Nam-gil, Lee Seong-hyo, focus on the child queen, NGs, and many more/ Recommended Price: 187,000 KRW/ Available: December 22

4. BOYS OF TOMORROW– This is a re-release..the original was 3(?) years ago.  I strongly recommend searching it out and buying this DVD–it is one of my favorite films.  And while the recommended price is 27,500, I have seen it advertised for 8,900 KRW–less than ten USD. Directed by No Dong-seok and starring Yoo Ah-n, Kim Byeong-seok, Choi Jae-seong Number of discs: 2/ Subtitles: English, French, Korean/ Rating: ages 15+/ Format: 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/ Special Features: optional commentary, making, interview with special guests, OST, trailer/ Running Time: 91 minutes/ Recommended Price: 27,500 KRW/ Available: December 22

quiz king

5. ENEMY OF THE END–Director Jo Won-hee, starring Yoo Hae-jin, Cheon Ho-jin, Seo Ho-rim, Lee Jeong-heon. Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: English and Korean/ Rating: ages 18+/ Format: 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen/ Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1/ Special Features: Making, Yoo Hae-jin & Seo Ho-rim interviews, trailer/Running Time: 92 minutes/ Recommended Price: 22,000 KRW/ Available: December 22

6. QUIZ KING– directed by Jang Jin, starring Kim Soo-ro, Han Jae-seok, Song Yeong-chan Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: English and Korean/ Rating: ages 15+/ Format: 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/ Special Features: optional commentary by Jang Jin,Km Soo-ro, Ryu Seung-ryong, Kim Joon-yong, making, deleted scenes, trailer/ Running Time: 120 minutes/ Recommended Price: 25,300 KRW/ Available: December 23

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Korean Box Office: December 10-12

13th December 2010


This past weekend saw the third movie of the Chronicles of Narnia series open and take the top spot in the box office. It should enjoy the view there while it can. This coming week sees Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows opening. That is sure to dominate, not only the box office, but most of the screens in Korea.  Icheungui Akdang finally was given an official English title, Villain & Widow, while Kim Jong-wook Chatgi which opened this past weekend will be known as Finding Mr. Destiny.


1. BRAVO, JAZZ LIFE (kr) – d. Nam Moo-seong, starring Kang Dae-kwon, Lee Pan-geun

2. GELIEBTE CLARA (de)– d. Helena Sanders-Brahms, starring Martina Gedeck, Pascal Greggory

3. HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (us)– d. David Yates, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson

4. LAST STATION (de)– d. Michael Hoffman, starring James McAvoy, Helen Mirren

5. SAMMY’S ADVENTURE (us)– d. Ben Stassen– <Dubbed in Korean> –voiced by Kang Dae-seong (Big Bang), Seol-Ri (fx)

6. SERIOUS MOONLIGHT (us)– d. Cheryl Hines, starring Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton

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Golden Wing 1,2,3 (1978)

11th December 2010

golden wingBack in August, I had written a review of Robot Taekwon V Meets the Golden Wing. There is no doubt that the team-up project was given the go-ahead because of the popularity of the Robot Taekwon V character, but the movie left me with a lot of questions about the Golden Wing and his supporting cast. It was the Golden Wing’s second film appearance and he was a regular feature in a newspaper’s comic section at that time, so people watching his team-up with Robot Taekwon V would have already had all the answers. I did not have that advantage. Why was the costumed hero dressed in red called Golden Wing Number 1 and the giant robot called Golden Wing Number 3? Where was Number 2? One of the two posters available for this film (shown later in this review) depicts two people dressed similarly to Golden Wing No. 1, who are they? Then in mid-November this year, Golden Wing 1,2,3 was released on DVD. This movie answers all the questions I had, but left me with one more. Why wasn’t The Golden Wing more popular?  I found his story to be at least as interesting as Taekwon V’s and his supporting cast more interesting that the latter’s.

golden wing original posterThe movie starts with a blue-skinned alien driving a sports car trying to outrun a pursuing UFO. The small spacecraft eventually forces him off the road and leaves him to die in the fiery wreck. However, the attempted murder did not go unnoticed. Heon was driving his scooter in the nearby hills and witnessed the attack. He rushes to the driver’s assistance only to recoil in horror when he realizes the being is not human. The alien reveals his name to be Hinsem and convinces Heon to take him to his secret lair hidden behind a nearby waterfall. Inside the cave is an advanced lab. Hinsem’s badly injured body disappears and is mind is absorbed into a device that will keep him alive for a little longer, but he is still dying. He begs Heon to help find and rescue his daughter, Mirinae, who was captured by a criminal from his homeworld named Karlson. In return, he grants Heon superpowers although he warns him the powers can only be summoned when his motives are pure and that no one can ever learn his secret identity.  He dubs the new hero Golden Wing Number 1, because of his ‘gold suit’ which grants him electrical powers.   When he said that, I was briefly jolted out of the narrative. The suit is not gold, it is red. Did he mean it was made of gold? That does not seem practical.  Not only would be heavy, but does gold even conduct electricity? I think it’s melting point is too low.  But perhaps I should thing about it too carfully since electrical powers seem to  include super strength and speed.  He was also given a robot panther as a companion and told that this was Golden Wing Number 2.

Heon is soon given the chance to test his powers when his guardian is attacked by Uram and his deadly finger guns. His guardian is a world famous professor of robotics who worked with Heon’s late father, Dr. Oh. The professor has created blueprints for the Bronze Giant whose name is also a misnomer. As can be seen on the posters, the robot is not bronze in color, nor is he made of bronze. The professor states in a presentation that the robot is made of a titanium alloy. However, the professor does not get a chance to build the robot as the plans are stolen by Uram and Mirinae. Apparently, the kidnapping of Mirinae happened longer ago than Hinsem made it sound because the young woman believes that Karlson is her father. The evil alien builds the robot and sets it on humanity but Golden Wing 1 and 2, with the help of Deok-shim, are able to replace a component and take control of the robot themselves. They name it Golden Wing Number 3.  With the trio of the title now complete, they set off to stop Karlson and his powerful space battleship.

The characters are interesting in this film. Heon, as the hero, gets the most screen time. Described as his guardian as ‘timid’ and ‘like a girl’ he is nonetheless accepted by his adopted family. (Though honestly, their charaterization of him seems unfair. He seems neither timid nor effeminate to me). His guardian has three children of his own. Deok-shim is overweight, but strong, and not very bright. He takes over the duties of operating Golden Wing 3 but most often depicted either eating or exercising. His sister, Bo-mi, is co-pilot. She has no personality whatsoever and is notable only for the facts that she is romantically interested in Heon and that her uniform when driving the robot makes her look like a bee. (It is not the same as what is shown on the poster above).  The youngest member of the family is Na-mi. She takes to role of comic relief that Cheol holds in the Robot Taekwon V series. In fact, she is voiced by the same person.

The second poster above has more wrong than simply a coloring mistake on the costumes. The three characters on the right of Golden Wing 1 do not appear in the movie at all. This poster appeared prior to the release of the film based on descriptions of the plot and characters that appeared in the comic strip. The girl in the red mask and the man in the purple unitard are Mirinae and Uram, but there is absolutely no red blob in the movie at all and I don’t know enough about the original comic to know who he is. The poster I showed at the very top of this review came out right at the time of the movie’s release and is a much more accurate representation of what the characters look like in the movie.

I found this to be fun to watch. At just 66 minutes long, it does not wear out its welcome. I was a little surprised at one thing though. The film is digitally remastered but throughout its entire running time, it is very scratched. This is most noticable at the beginning of the film and as the story went on, I forgot about it until the scenes in space because the black background made them stand out more. This is certainly due to the state of the surviving print of the film. That is one more reason to get these older films onto DVD. DVDs do not break down as easily as film.

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DVD Releases: December 12-18

11th December 2010

This week, the new DVD releases include two television drams, a low-budget horror/comedy and two more films from of the Korean Masterpiece Collection.  I like the fact that these older films are being released on DVD even though they are not including subtitles. I like it because they are not the usual films and directors that one always hears about when talking or reading about movies from the 60s, 70s and 80s–I am not sure what criteria they use when selecting the films to be released. There have been been about a dozen films released previously under thit label.  Last July, 9 films were released as part of this collection. I hope they continue this–though they could expand their sales if they added subtitles (but then I guess expenses would go up).


ACCIDENTAL COUPLE– A KBS-TV drama starring Kim Ah-joong and Hwang Jeong-min. Number of discs: 6/ Subtitles: English/ Rating: Ages 15+/ Format: 16:9 Anamoporphic widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Region Code: 3/ Features: 16 episodes with deleted scenes/ Recommended Price: 77,000 KRW/ Available: December 13


LADYCASTLE (above left)– Another KBS-TV drama, this one starring Yoon Sang-hyeon, Jeong Il-woo and Yoon Eun-hye. Number of discs: 6/ Subtitles: English/ Rating: Ages 15+/ Format: 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Region Codes: 3,4,5,6/ Special Features: 3 main character profiles, interview with Yoon Eun-hye, filming the last scene/ Recommended Price: 77,000 KRW/ Available: December 14

A WOMAN WHO LEAVES WORK IN THE MORNING–(above right)– This is the first of the two films of the Korean Masterpiece Collection mentioned above. It was directed by Park Yong-joon in 1979 and starred Ko Doo-shim, Ha Myeong-joong, Lee Hwa-shi and Ji Mi-ok. Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: None/ Rating: Ages 18+/ Format: 4:3 Full Screen/ Audio: Dobly Digital Mono/ Region Code: 3/ Running Time: 108 min./ Recommended Price: 14,500 KRW/ Available: December 15


SEXUAL COMPATABILITY (above left)– This is the second of film listed under the Masterpiece Collection. Directed by Nam Gi-nam in 1988, it stars Ahn So-yeong, Lee Dae-geun and Min Bok-gi.  Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: None/ Rating: 18+/ Format: 4:3 Full Screen/ Audio: Dolby Digital Mono/ Region Code: 3/ Running Time: 103 min./ Recommended Price: 14,500 KRW/ Available: December 15

MISTER ZOMBIE (above right)–director: Lee Soo-seong, starring Won Poong-yeon, Bae Nu-ri Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: Korean & English/ Rating: Ages 15+/ Format: 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Running Time: 95 min./ Recommended Price: 22,000 KRW/ Available: December 15

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Index of 1973: 1-15

10th December 2010

Here are the first fifteen movies produced in Korea in 1973.  Just click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image. You can see the other movies from this decade listed by director by clicking the tab at the top of this page marked Movies of the 70s.

73-001, 73-002, 73-003, 73-004, 73-005,73-006, 73-007, 73-008, 73-009, 73-010, 73-011, 73-012, 73-013, 73-014, 73-015

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Korean Box Office: December 3-5

6th December 2010


A new romantic comedy, which has not yet received an official, international name from KOFIC, dominated the box office. JjeJjehan Romance took in twice the number of audience as the second place film, Warrior’s Way starring one of Korea’s top stars, Jang Dong-geun.  The limited test screening of Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third film of the Chronicles of Narnia stories took fifth place. It will receive an official opening this week  and the number of screens it shows on will greatly increase. I fully expect that film to be number one next weekend. Among the other films opening next week, there is an oddity. The K-Pop band 2A.M. has a 3-D concert film being released. This is strange for a number of reasons, one being that I do not recall ever noticing a living band filming a concert for theatrical release before. For video/dvd and tv, yes but not for theaters. The second point I find unusual is that it is in 3D. Keep in mind, this is not a movie with a story, only the concert. Asisde from the light show that probably appears during the concert, what reason is there for making this film three dimensional?  Someone else will have to tell me because I don’t think I will be watching it..or anything else..this weekend. Final exams start next week and I will  be busy preparing them.


1. Buried (sp)– d. Rodrigo Cortes, starring Ryan Reynolds, Stephen Tobolowsky

2. Hakuna Matata (kr)– d. Lee Chang-gyu <documentary>

3. Kim Jong-wook Chatgi (kr)– d. Jang Yoo-jeong, starring Lee Soo-jeong, Kong Yoo

4. Nowhere Boy (uk)–d. Sam Wood, starring Aaron Johnson, Thomas Sangster

5. Protege (hk)– d. Tung-shin Lee, starring Andy Lau, Daniel Wu

6. Seoseo Janeun Namu (kr)– d. Song In-seon, starring Song Chang-ui, Seo Ji-hye

7. Tourist (us)– d. Florian von Donnersmark, starring Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie

8. 2AM Show (kr)– d. Jeong Seong-bok, starring Jo Kwon, Lee Chang-min

9. Voyage of the Dawn Treader (us)– d. Michael Apted, starring Ben Barnes, Skander Keynes

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DVD Releases: December 5-11

4th December 2010

One documentary set, two movies and a tv drama are slated to be released this coming week onto DVD. I am suspicious that the drama may be delayed as the image I received with these releases is not of the DVD, just a poster. First up, the documentary…

border city

BORDER CITY 1,2– Hong Hyeong-sook’s award winning documentaries about life on the edge of the DMZ. The first film was made in 2002 and aired the following year. The sequel was filmed in 2009 and screened in March of this year. These films have won awards at The Pusan International Film Festival, DMZ Documentary Film Festival, Seoul Indie Film Festival and the Korean Independent Film Festival. Number of discs: 2/ Subtitles: Korean & English/ Rating: Ages 15+/ Format: 4:3 Full screen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Special Features: Booklet, Music Video, Talking About Border City, Meet the Audience, Staff Comments/ Recommended Price: 42,000 KRW/ Available: December 7

grace is gone

THE MAN WHO CANNOT MARRY– A KBS drama starring Ji Jin-hee, Uhm Jeong-hwa, Kim So-eum and Yang Jeong-ah.  Number of discs: 6 (episdoes 1-16)/ Subtitles: English/ Format: 16:9/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Special Features: Deleted Scenes, Main Characters, Production Notes, Comic Couple, Special Love, ‘Real’ Story/ Recommended Price: 77,000 KRW/ Available: December 8

AUDITION–A 2009 animation directed by Min Kyeong-jo. It is the story of a small, 4-member band attempting to enter a contest but to pass the auditions, they have to outplay more than 300 other groups. Number of discs: 1/ Subtitles: None/ Rating: All ages/ Format: 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Running time: 97 minutes/ Recommended Price: 22,000 KRW/ Available: December 8

DEATH BELL 2: GRACE IS GONE– Starring Kim Soo-ro, Hwang Jeong-eun, Yoon Shi-yoon Park Ji-yeon. Number of discs: 2/ Subtitles: Korean & English/ Rating: Ages 15+/ Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/ Special Features: commentary by dir. Yoo Seon-dong, Hwang Jeong-eun, Yoon Shi-yoon and Park Ji-yeon, 100 minutes worth of other extras on disc 2 but their headings, like ‘that time, that place,’ make it difficult to discern what each contains/ Recommended Price: 27,500 KRW/ Available: December 10

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Index of 1972: 106-123

3rd December 2010

Here are the remainder of the films produced in Korea in 1972. Click the thumbnail to view the full sized image. And by clicking the tab at the top of the page marked Movies of the 70s, you can find these and other films from that decade listed by director. This concludes 1972– 1973 is up next.

72-106, 72-107, 72-108, 72-109, 72-110, 72-111, 72-112, 72-113, 72-114, 72-115, 72-116, 72-117, 72-118, 72-119, 72-120,72-121, 72-122, 72-123

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