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Every Wednesday is ‘JJANG Wednesday’ at Golden Village!

By Flora  /  28 Jun 2018 (Thursday)

As part of a 6-week Korean film fiesta organised by Clover Films and Golden Village Multiplex, enjoy new Korean movies released every consecutive Wednesday from 11 July onwards at GV Plaza and Tiong Bahru.

JJANG (Korean Language: 짱) is a widely known Korean slang, which briefly translates to ‘Awesome’ in English. The exciting line-up includes drama film 'Little Forest'; crime-thrillers 'The Vanished, Seven Years of Night', and 'Marionette'; adult comedy 'What a Man Wants'; and romance film 'A Tiger in the Winter'. With the dedicated Korean film night, there’s an opportunity to screen more niche Korean movie titles on the big screens in Singapore. (Read each film's synopsis below)

In line with the launch, Golden Village Movieclub members stand a chance to win attractive prizes in a lucky draw at the end of the six-week fiesta, with the top prize being a pair of return tickets to Seoul! There are also 8 sets of Dookki dining vouchers worth up to $100 each to be won at the lucky draw, when they purchase a pair of tickets to any movie screened at JJANG WEDNESDAY. 

Tickets are priced at S$10 for Golden Village Movieclub members, S$13 for public; and are now on sale online and at GV cinemas! 

Little Forest - 11 July


No job, bad romance, and terrible grades… Nothing goes smoothly in young Hye-won’s life in a big city. She puts her unsolved matters behind and impulsively returns her hometown. There she reunions her childhood friends Jae-ha and Eun-sook who carry their unusual rural life on their own way. From that winter Hye-won’s days are filled with simple but peaceful moments; having a meal with her organic ingredients. All through 4 seasons Hye-won slowly finds the real pleasure of living a simple life, and realizes the genuine reason to return homeland. New spring is approaching, and she puts the first step in her brand new life. 

Cast: Kim Tae-Ri, Ryu Jun-Yeol, Moon So-Ri, Jin Ki-Joo 
Directed by: Yim Soon-Rye 

The Vanished - 18 July

Yoon Seol-hee, aged 45, the president of a conglomerate company, is found dead. Her body is kept in a morgue, scheduled for an autopsy by the National Forensic Service, until it mysteriously disappears without a trace. Detective Joong-sik sets out to find who, and for what reason stole the corpse. 

Cast: Kim Sang-Kyung, Kim Gang-Woo, Kim Hee-Ae 
Directed by: Lee Chang-Hee 

Seven Years of Night - 25 July

Hyun-su is waiting to take the position of the security manager of a dam located in the remote village of Seryung. On a foggy night, he gets lost on his way to check out the company residence that he and his family will soon move into. As he struggles to find his way through the thick fog, he runs over a girl who jumps out of nowhere. Panicked, Hyun-su makes the wrong decision and dumps the body in the lake. The village is turned upside down by the child gone missing. When the girl’s body is found in the lake, Young-je, the girl’s abusive father and a major landlord in the village, is enraged and begins his own search for the killer and plans an elaborate plot to take his revenge. 

Cast: Ryoo Seung-Ryong, Jang Dong-Gun, Song Sae-Byeok, Ko Kyung-Pyo, Moon Jeong-Hee 
Directed by: Choo Chang-Min 


What A Man Wants - 1 August

Seok-geun, an ex-rollercoaster-designer-turned-taxi-driver, loves his wife, Dam-deok. What he also loves is playing with fire on secret nights out. But Dam-deok’s sudden death leaves Seok-geun miserable and heartbroken. Bong-soo is the boring and prude husband of Seok-geun’s sister, Mi-young. His Italian restaurant business looks lackluster, and so is his marriage, until he meets Jenny, who later gets a job at Bong-soo’s restaurant. Fond of Jenny’s personality and good humor, Mi-young decides to hire Jenny as a housekeeper for her brother, Seok-geun, to keep him company. Will these four people be able to get along with one another? 

Cast: Lee Sung-Min, Shin Ha-Kyun, Song Ji-Hyo, Lee El 
Directed by: Lee Byeong-Hun 

Marionette - 8 August

A high school teacher named Seo-Rin encounters a mysterious person called Master through instant messaging. This figure reminds her of the past that she has always wanted to forget. As her students, boyfriend and acquaintances get involved in this incident, the situation grows more and more serious. Seo-Rin tries her best to overcome what she is going through. 

Cast: Lee Yoo-Young, Kim Hee-Won, Lee Hak-Joo 
Directed by: Lee Han-Wook 

A Tiger in Winter - 15 August

A tiger escaped from the zoo. It was winter, and it had nowhere to go. One winter day, a tiger escapes from the zoo. Gyeong-yu, who has been living off of his girlfriend, is suddenly abandoned by her for reasons he can't understand. Having nowhere to go, Gyeong-yu finds himself on the street with a suitcase. With the whereabouts of the tiger unknown, the people are gripped by a vague fear. Gyeong-yu, working for a designated driver service, drifts this way and that, and happens to come across his former girlfriend Yoo-jung. Yoo-jung has become a novelist, as Gyeong-yu once dreamed of doing. It seems they start over. However being in a tailspin, Yoo-jung is unable to write, and proposes Gyeong-yu a weird offer. 

Cast: Ko Hyun-Jung, Lee Jin-Wook, Ryu Hyun-Kyung 
Directed by: Lee Kwang-Kuk 
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