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(320) 6.0 133 min 2018

Myung-dang is a movie starring Chae-won Moon, Seong Ji, and Seung-woo Cho. Set in Joseon, the story depicts a battle to gain the propitious site for a grave.

Starring
Chae-won Moon, Seong-gyoon Kim, Seung-woo Cho, Seong Ji
Genres
History, Drama
Director
Hee-kon Park

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Drama
Director Hee-kon Park
Writer Jung Ja-Young
Stars Chae-won Moon, Seong-gyoon Kim, Seung-woo Cho, Seong Ji
Country South Korea
Also Known As 風水師 王の運命を決めた男, Feng Shui, Fengshui, 風水師 王の運命を決めた男
Runtime 2H 13M
Description One's ancestors' tomb spot could change one's destiny. Jae-Sang (CHO Seung-Woo), a prodigal geomancer, loses his family while trying to stop the Kim family from conquering Korea by getting their hands on all the propitious tomb spots. 13 years later, Heung-Sun from a fallen royal family comes to Jae-Sang and suggests ousting the Kim family from power. The two men decide to work together, but they soon reach conflict when they learn of a tomb spot that would produce two kings in a family.

Top reviews

Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 16:02

It's hard to imagine that "The War of the Roses" was the first Korean film ever to be made, but that is exactly what it was. The film is set in the same time period as "The Man Who Knew Too Little" (which was a direct precursor to the Korean War), and is a tragic love story that is both heartbreaking and beautiful. The film is well acted, and is easily one of the most affecting films ever made. The film is not perfect, however, and has some rather annoying flaws. The first major flaw is that the film is not entirely consistent. The story is fairly consistent, but the script and the performances are not. Some of the lines are so completely illogical that they make the movie lose its plot. The acting is mostly good, however. Jang-woo (Hwang Jung-ah) and Shin-woo (Kim Sang-hyun) are two of the most convincing Korean actors ever, and the two of them are very good in this film. Jang-woo's performance is one of the most emotional I have ever seen. He really portrays the feelings of the character so well that I couldn't help but cry throughout the entire film. Shin-woo is also excellent, and even though his acting is not exactly perfect, he is still very convincing. He is very convincing in the scene where he breaks down at the funeral, and he has also done a very good job in the scene where he is confronted by his mother. Other notable performances are provided by the two older actors, and the two younger actors. In fact, the younger actors are very good, and I was very impressed by their performances. Another major flaw of the script is that the film is not consistent in its pace. The first hour of the film is quite slow, and the second hour is quite fast. The film seems to have a very slow beginning, and a very fast ending. It's really hard to tell what is going on in the film, and this is especially noticeable in the last half of the film. However, the film is still very good. The film is very powerful, and is one of the best films of all time. This film is a masterpiece, and it deserves all the praise it gets. 7/10


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