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.
My Last Love
Bong-yong Kim is one of a modest Korean dad who struggles to survive from the work place without any time to get along with his family. He has to work over than he had to, since the boss treat him like his servant – drink late every night, drive the boss to his home. His wife, Hwayeon, blames him for his indifference to family, and twins in puberty, Woo-joo and Dal-nim, also in trouble with their father. The late child ‘Byeol-nim’ is his only one who acts charm and shows cuteness to him..\r MY LAST LOVE, when every family member starts to share with caring each other at last…
Fists of Legend
On a television show billed as “the greatest fight show on Earth,” eager amateurs with lots to prove boldly step into the ring and expect to leave bloody but victorious. The ratings hungry producers seek out “legendary” but largely forgotten streetfighters and mine their desperation for recaptured glory and redemption into ratings gold.
The film is based on a true yet unsolved murder case from the early 1990s that is known among Koreans as the \"disappearance of the frog children.\" In 1991, five elementary school students told their parents that they were going to hang out on a nearby mountain to catch frogs, and then they go missing.