By Jung-Bum PARK, A-Ga SHIN, Sang-Cheol LEE, Yong-Keun MIN

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Drama - Completed 2013

New film by up-and-coming young talented Korean Filmmakers

    • Year of production
    • 2013
    • Genres
    • Drama
    • Countries
    • KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN
    • Director(s)
    • Jung-Bum PARK, A-Ga SHIN, Sang-Cheol LEE, Yong-Keun MIN
    • Synopsis
    • If You Were Me 6 is the National Human Rights Commission of Korea's tenth film project on human rights. “Dear Du-han” tells the story of Du-han and his best friend, Chul-woong, who are junior high students. Du-han who has encephalopathy (brain disease or disorder) invites Chul-woong who is the only person to understand him and communicate for him. Impoverished Chul-woong ends up robbing an iPad from Du-han's house which leads to endangering their friendship.
      “Bong-gu on Delivery” touchingly and pleasantly portrays the startling deviation from the daily routine of the old man 'Bong-gu' who makes a living by delivering packages with the appearance of a kindergarten kid named 'Haeng-woon'. They are both lonely souls as Bong-gu's children lives afar and Haeng-woon's parents are separated.
      “Ice River” evokes sympathy from the audience by portraying a mother and a son faced with the issue of conscientious objection to the mandatory military service. The son refuses to enlist due to his firm convictions and his love for peace. The mother feels desperate because she does not want to send another child to prison