Korean movies opening today 2021/11/24 in Korea:
4. “Lotto Share”,
5. “Toddler Bike” and
Directed by Jeong Ka-young
Formerly known as "Woo-ri and Ja-young" (우리, 자영, u-ri, ja-yeong)
Directed by Ahn Jae-huun
Mo-hwa has been practicing shamanism for her entire life. One day, her son Wook-yi who becomes a Christian returns home. This sparks a conflict in the family which leads to tragic end. Nang-yi, Mo-hwa's daughter, paints this tragedy and names it as "The Shaman Sorceress".
Directed by So Jae-ick
Six friends from one neighborhood and elementary school, leave for an MT at a cabin. The fee includes food and change of 4,000 won into a Lotto and divide it to them. Upon arriving at the cabin, the group spends a good time drinking with Tommy, who had been there before. And then, a couple of lawyers who went hunting in the mountains join them.
As the night went on, the Lotto they bought won the first prize, and by the time they were in a celebratory mood, Hye-jin, the general manager lost her footing in the valley and disappeared. After Tommy was killed in a mysterious way, the inside of the cabin was filled with fear. The mountaineer, who used to have a friendly smile, was actually a rapist and escaped prisoner, a dangerous person who was hiding here after killing a real mountaineer. Ye-rin, an alumnus who joined later, joins forces with her classmates who came first to face him in a situation where he is pressed for money due to embezzlement of public funds, but the death of his friend is continuous, and the whereabouts of the lotto is also unknown. It turns out that lawyers also participate in the battle to secure Lotto with jewelry robbers and hunting guns they have, and the mountain cabin is colored with the shadow of greed and threatens each other's lives until one person remains to own 7.3 billion won. With 7.3 billion won appearing without a master before one's eyes in an isolated mountain cabin, it shows the audience the end of greed shown by humans and the slowly changing psychology of complex human nature.
Directed by Lee Joo-ye
Eun-yeong received an offer from a friend who wanted to be a director, to film a family documentary. Interviews with family members begin centering on the adolescent younger brother Seo-yeong. The topic of the family is Seo-yeong's career problem of wanting to become a musical actor. After much consideration and discussion, Seok-woo, a musical tutor was invited. However, contrary to expectations, Seo-yeong is tired of strict teaching. Meanwhile, Seok-woo is captivated by Eun-yeong, whom he encounters by chance, and eventually confesses his worries to Seo-yeong, leaving the class behind. Eun-yeong, who is burdened with Seok-woo's interest, also confesses this to her friend Bo-ra.
Directed by Bok Jin-oh
On the morning of April 16, 2014, veteran diver Yoo-seong Kang heard the news of the sinking of the Sewol ferry. He began to gather his equipment after it was revealed to be false that all the victims were rescued. Byung-joo, a diver with 30 years of experience, also headed to the site of the disaster.
With no search system or conditions in place, the divers picked up the victims one by one, making their way through the tangled chambers of collapsed walls and furniture. But the search grew longer and a fellow diver got killed in an accident.
Soon after returning to land, the divers begin to suffer from pain like anxiety disorder, depression, insomnia, and in severe cases, just quitting their job as a diver.