London Korean Film Festival 2013

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Flu (Gamgi) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2013; Director: Kim Sung-su ; Writer: Kim Sung-su, Lee Yeong-jong; Stars: Soo Ae, Hyuk Jang, Park Min-Ha, Andrew William Brand, Cha In-Pyo, Yoo Hae-jin)
A terrifying epidemic threatens Seoul.
Miracle In Cell No. 7 (Country: South Korea; Year: 2013; Director: Lee Hwan-Kyung; Writer: Lee Hwan-Kyung, Kim Hwang-Sung; Stars: Ryu Seung-Ryong, Kal So-Won, Dal-su Oh)
When a mentally disabled man is locked up for a crime he didn't commit, his cellmates take pity on him and try to help by smuggling in the small daughter who is the light of his life.
Montage (Mong-ta-joo) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2013; Director: Jeong Geun-Seop; Writer: Jeong Geun-Seop; Stars: Jeong-hwa Eom, Sang-kyung Kim, Young-chang Song)
A mother, a detective and a kidnapper struggle to deal with the impending anniversary of a child abduction.
Secretly, Greatly (Country: South Korea; Year: 2013; Director: Chul-soo Jang; Writer: Yoon Hong-gi, based on the comic by Hun.; Stars: Park Hye-Sook, Park Ki-Woong, Soo Hyun Kim)
Three North Korean agents are living in deep cover, waiting for their orders. When those orders finally arrive, they are not what was expected.

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