Mom Never Dies (Korean) 2007


Mom Never Dies (Korean) 2007

Gupabal is an old village that is soon to disappear into history due to redevelopment. An hour before the evacuated area is scheduled to be detonated, a famous elderly novelist named CHOI Ho sneaks into the village carrying a small bundle. Arriving at the old home where he was raised, CHOI embarks on a journey through the past via a beautiful reunion with his already-deceased mother. However in the midst of these travels through old memories, he accidentally discovers the secret that his mother has been hiding…
IMDb Link……:Mom Never Dies

Genre…………: Drama / Family
Year………….: 2007
Country……….: Korea
Director………: Hah Myung-joong

Flowers for My Life (Korean) 2007 Drama

Flowers for my Life
FLOWERS FOR MY LIFE / I CAME IN SEARCH OF A FLOWER – English Soft Subtitles Included.
Station: KBS2
Airring started on May 14, 2007
Production: HB Entertainment
No. of Episodes: 16
Genre: Comedy/Drama
Cha Tae Hyun has made a comeback with KBS May Drama ” I came searching for flowers”. This will be his first drama in three years after “Prince’s first love” in 2004.

Here, he’ll be playing Yoon Ho-Sang, a simple minded and humorous man who works in a funeral parlor. Although he has better personality and looks than the average person, things are never going smoothly for him and he is rather unlucky. He thinks that all of these are because of money.

Kang Hye Jung who has been selected as his co-star, will be playing Na Ha-Na, a girl who has been witnessing lots of death and dying around her since she was young as her dad is the owner of the funeral parlor. Because of it, she becomes unfeeling towards sadness and death. But her attitude towards life begins to change when she encounters Yoon Ho-Sang.

“I Came In Searching Of A Flower” is an unique drama which aims to show the true meaning of life and love through the eyes of ‘death’.

*Main chracters:
Cha Tae Hyun – Yoon Ho-Sang | Fake identity: Wang Dae-Bak
Kang Hye Jung – Na Ha-Na
Kim Ji Hoon – Go Eun-Tak
Gong Hyun Joo – Oh Nam-Kyung

*Supporting characters:
Lee Jung Kil – Na Jung-Do (Ha-Na’s father)
Kim Hye Ok – Park Cho-Sun (Ha-Na’s mother)
Kang Shin Il – Choi Pil-Goo
Jung Ae Ri – Gong Ma-Dam
Ha Hai Yen (Ha Hwang Haiyen) – Ran Ah-Ing

Mr Socrates (korean) 2005

Mr Socrates (korean) 2005

Asking his imprisoned father for money, threatening a friend who became a murderer by mistake, stealing money from his friends… KU Dong-hyuk (KIM Rae-won) is the worst scumbag you can ever imagine. Living a low-life existence like a street dog, until one day, Dong-hyuk gets kidnapped by a mysterious gang.

Held captive for seemingly no reason, Dong-huk is “trained” by the gang in a secret and inhumane way. Dong-hyuk tries to escape but fails, which makes the training more harsh and cruel than before. After finishing all the training, the gang orders Dong-hyuk to become a police detective as their secret connection. Once on the inside, he experiences divided loyalties.

Directed: Jin-won Choi
Cast: Shin-il Kang, Rae-won Kim, Jong-hyeok Lee, Kwang-rok Oh, Tae-young Yoon
Genre: Action/Crime
Audio – Korean
Subtitles – English
Year – 2005
Genre – Action Crime
Run Time – 109min
IMDB: http://imdb.com/title/tt0488762/

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The Bodyguard (Thai) 2004

A professional bodyguard who failed to protect his Choti, most successful businessman, is fired by his employer’s son. The son inherits his fathers company but is then targets by assassins who want to gain control of the estate. He is forced to hide out in the slums where a kind family looks after him and sparks up a relationship with their tomboy daughter. Meanwhile, the bodyguard is being chased all over by a gang of clumsy hitmen.

Year: 2004
Director: Panna Rittikrai, Petchtai Wongkamlao
Starring: Tony Jaa as Supermarketfighter, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Piphat Apiraktanakorn, Pumwaree Yodkamol, Aranya Namwong, Apaporn Nakornsawan
Genre: Action / Comedy
Runtime..: 105 min
Country..: Thailand
Language: Thai
Subtitles: english
Rating: 6.2/10

Dragon Wars (D-War) (korean) 2007

Dragon Wars (D-War) Korean

Based on the Korean legend, unknown creatures will return and devastate the planet. Reporter Ethan Kendrick is called in to investigate the matter, and he arrives at the conclusion that a girl, stricken with a mysterious illness, named Sarah is suppose to help him. The Imoogi makes its way to Los Angeles, wreaking havoc and destruction. With the entire city under arms, will Ethan and Sarah make it in time to save the people of Los Angeles?

As a young boy, Ethan Kendrick (Cody Arens) encounters antiques dealer Jack (Robert Forster), who has a glowing dragon scale in a Korean chest in his shop. Jack tells Ethan that he is the reincarnated spirit of Haram, an ancient warrior apprentice from 500 years ago. This warrior saved his love Narin from Buraki, a large Imoogi serpent. Jack gives Ethan a powerful pendant and tells him to find the reincarnated version of Narin; for when she turns 20, the pair will be be forced to fight Buraki again. Flashforward 20 years later and the adult Ethan (Jason Behr) is a television news reporter who coincidentally meets Sarah Daniels (Amanda Brooks), the reincarnation of his love. Together, the duo must fight Buraki the serpent Imoogi, which has returned in modern day Los Angeles….

Genre: Fantasy/Drama
Runtime: 1:30:04
Country: Korea
Language: English/Korean
Subtitles: English/French/Spanish
IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0372873/

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Happy Killing (Femme Fatale) (Korean) (2007) 죽어도 해피엔딩

Happy Killing (Femme Fatale) (Korean) (2007) 죽어도 해피엔딩

A gorgeous movie star invites four men to a party to choose her lover. However, they start being killed and the situation gets out of control. This comic thriller is a remake of French movie “Serial Lover”.

“Happy Killing” aka Femme Fatale is a remake of the 1998 French comedy “Serial Lover.” I haven’t seen the original, so I can’t not say how faithful “Happy Killing” stays to “Serial Lover.” What I can say about “Happy Killing” is that the movie is stupid, gross, corny, and fun, while rolled all together in a feel good Christmas Holiday setting. The movie stars Ji-won Ye last seen in the hilarious and sorely under-appreciated “Old Miss Diary.” A lot of the fun found in “Happy Killing” revolves around watching Ji-Won Ye run around in a tight form fitting dress and trying to maintain her wits, while a serious of lethal accidents occur on Christmas Eve.

“Happy Killing” is a twisted comedy that you will enjoy if you can stomach a few utterly gross bathroom scenes and a couple of plot developments that defies logic. When its all said and done, I did find the movie to be moderately entertaining and able to dish out some laugh out loud moments. If you want a no-brainer slapstick comedy with appealing visuals than you should try to seek out “Happy Killing.” Just keep your finger close to the remote during those gross bathroom scenes!

Also Known As: Femme Fatale, Happy Ending, 죽어도 해피엔딩
Year: 2007
Directed: Kang Kyung-Hun
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 95 mins
Country: Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitles: Kor/Eng
IMDB: N/A
Casts: Ji-won Ye – Ji-won,Won-hie Lim – Manager Im,Hie-bong Jo,No-shik Park,Kyeong-ho Jeong,Hyeong-seong Jang – Detective, Hyeon Woo,Eun-ji Jo – Ji-won’s sister,Doo-hong Jung

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