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When Baekdu Mountain unexpectedly erupts and threatens to cause an earthquake that could devastate the Korean peninsula, a South Korean team must enter North Korea and steal American-guarded nuclear material in order to stop it.
A Bittersweet Life (2005)
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Survivors from a massive earthquake struggle for a new life in Seoul.
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Manchurian homage to Sergio Leone sees unlikely protagonists vie over a treasure map.
I Saw The Devil (2010)
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The Man Standing Next (2020)
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