Hanji (2011-Korean Movie)
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- Movie: Hanji
- Revised romanization: Dalbit Kileoolrigi
- Hangul: 달빛 길어올리기
- Director: Im Kwon-Taek
- Writer: Im Kwon-Taek
- Producer: Min Byung-Rok, Lee Hee-Won
- Cinematographer: Kim Hoon-Kwang
- Release Date: March 17, 2011
- Runtime: 118 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
3 years ago his wife Hyo-Kyung (Ye Ji-Won) collapsed of a cerebral infarction largely due to him. Pil-Yong took his son to a relative and now takes care of his wife who has difficulty in moving. Pil-Yong wants to be promoted to a deputy director in the higher 5th grade before he retires.
Pil-Yong finds out that his new boss is interested in hanji (traditional Korea paper). Because of this, Pil-Yong transfers to the hanji department.
Meanwhile, documentary filmmaker Ji-Won (Kang Soo-Yeon) shoots a documentary about hanji. To make her documentary, Ji-Won travels throughout the country. By chance, Ji-Won meets Pil-Yong and they do not get along with each other. She learns that Pil-Yong plans to restore a copy of the annals of the Joseon Dynasty using hanji of a traditional kind. Ji-Won joins Pil-Yong.
Pil-Yong becomes obsessed with his project. A strange mood starts to brew between Pil-Yong and Ji-Won. Hyo-Kyung notices the change in her husband. Also, the project is on the verge of collapsing.
|Park Joong-Hoon||Kang Soo-Yeon||Ye Ji-Won|
Additional Cast Members:
- Ahn Byung-Kyung - Duk-Soon
- Jang Hang-Seon - Monk Do-Am
- Jung Woo-Hyuk - section chief
- Lim Seung-Dae - sub section chief
- Jin Kyung - female section chief
- Han Soo-Yeon - Da-Young
- Kim Dong-Ho - Kim Joong-Kwon
- Kwon Hyun-Sang - Young-Ki
- Min Kyung-Jin - Oh Kyung-Min
- Kim Ki-Cheon - Kim Choon-Byung
- Kwon Tae-Won - co. pres. Kwon
- Kim Byung-Choon - Chun Jang-In
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