Tune in for Love
In 1994, on the first day that Yoo Yeul went on air as the new DJ of the popular radio show ‘Music Album,\' a college girl Mi-su meets Hyun-woo who happens to drop by the bakery she works at. Like the music streaming from the radio, their frequencies slowly come in sync; even when they\'re apart, the show brings them together through ebbs and flows of events arising from both pure coincidence and inevitability, until the bitter reality sets in and drives them apart...
Cheer Up, Mr. Lee
Chul-soo is a man with an intellectual disability. One day, Chul-soo finds out that a young girl, Saet-byul, who is in hospital is his daughter. And soon, Saet-byul sneaks out of the hospital and travels by herself to a faraway city for her friend's birthday. As Chul-soo accompanies Saet-byul's journey, friendship develops between the two.
Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage
Tae-san is a man who truly has everything: money, fame, power and two women he loves: his only daughter, Mira, and his fiancée, Yuna, a chart-topping popstar. He wants them to get along, but Mira doesn’t treat kindly her stepmother-to-be.
Warriors of the Dawn
Missing: Sarajin Yeoja
Hwayi: A Monster Boy
is a story about elite high school seniors, the top 1%, who are prepared to go to extremes to get into prestigious universities. A student who has ranked number one at an esteemed school dies in a remote mountain. Finding out why and the ultimate impact of his death make up the bulk of this thriller’s elaborate narrative, whose shocking conclusion could lead us to comment, “We’ve seen a devil.” Despite a structure that freely weaves together past and present, and a cast of appealing actors including Lee David, Gung Jun and Kim Kkot-bi, the most remarkable thing about the film is the theme itself. It touches on and raises the critical issue of the demands of Korea’s education system, which are becoming more extreme and competitive by the day.