Lee Jang Suk spent some time in a juvenile detention center for stealing wallets from unsuspecting strangers. After he gets out, he meets a sports agent, Nam Jae Il, who helps him achieve his dreams of becoming a top boxer.
Rookie detective Jeong-Min (Kim Dong-Wuk) finds difficulties with his new job. His boss doesn’t like him, he has to secretly prepare for a public service exam, and the local residents are up in arms over a serial killer that the police can’t catch. A protest is then organized in front of the police station by the local residents. To Jeong-Min’s horror, his own mother leads the protest as she works as the general affairs manager for the women’s association. The residents are particularly peeved that the serial killer is causing the value of their homes to drop. Jeong-Min then decides that he will catch the serial killer once and for all.
“Chaw” is a carnivorous horror movie that is set in a peaceful town of Sameri where a human eating boar is discovered there. Ripped body parts are found together with the animal’s footprints by the locals. Former hunter Chun Il Man (Jang Hang Seon) had lost his granddaughter recently and he suspects the boar had eaten her alive.As the fear is growing in the town, the locals invite famous hunter Baek (Yoon Je Moon) to hunt for the boar. Joining him are biologist Su Ryeon (Jeong Yu Mi), detective Shin (Park Hyeok Kwon) and police officer Kim (Eom Tae Woong). Il Man leads the five member boar hunting team when Kim’s mother disappears mysteriously. Can they find the boar and bring Kim’s mother back alive?
Love can take many forms. Five acclaimed directors present five different stories about love that intersect in this 2009 South Korean film. In "His Concern" by director Byeon Hyeok, a man falls in love with a woman sitting across from him on a train to Pusan. In "I'm Here" by director Heo Jin Ho, a husband and wife deal with love and loss. In "33rd Man" by director Yu Yeong Sik, a veteran actress on a movie set coaches a fresh new actress to seduce their demanding director. In "In My End Is My Beginning" by director Min Kyu Dong, a new widow discovers her deceased husband's infidelity and decides to live with his mistress under one roof. In "Believe in the Moment" by director Oh Ki Hwan, three high school couples decide to swap partners for 24 hours to test their commitment.
"Who is your partner?" When you take a look at the definition of ‘Partner’, it gives you synonyms such as colleague, sharer, spouse, and accomplice. Partner is a person who is strongly associated with me; the one who knows me very well and stays by my side. The word ‘Partner’ takes a different meaning when it is used in law firm. Partners are the people who survived from the power struggle. They are executives who are on the top of the law firm pyramid. Enterprises are law firm’s partners. Law firms fight each other to become a partner of business. They struggle to be close to power and to become a slave of money. There are some lawyers who want be the partners of commoners as well. They are willing to be the spokesperson for the underprivileged. It is a story about partner; the one who is going to stay by your side and fight together in front of law
This novel-based story revolves mainly around four people who are drawn to Seogwipo, Jeju for a project. Kim Jung Woo and Lee Soo Hyun first met when they were children but lost track of each other for numerous years. Years later when Jung Woo meets Soo Hyun, he falls in love with her but his feelings are not reciprocated. Soo Hyun doesn't realize until much later that she's drawn to Jung Woo as well.
Two women became widows on the same day, same hour. Ha Yoon-jeong becomes the matriarch of the family of her husband. Yoon-jeong supports them because she feels guilty about her husband’s disappearance. Oh Dong-ja, Yoon-jeong’s sister-in-law, has been living with Yoon-jeong’s help as well. After the terrifying day of losing their husbands, the two women have been living as each other’s good companions. However, now they become implacable enemies because of their children! What would happen if their daughters rival each other in love? What would happen if Yoon-jeong’s husband, who everyone thought was dead, appears before them as the future father-in-law of Dong-ja’s son? Could Yoon-jeong and Dong-ja’s relation go back to the good old days?