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(627) 6.6 120 min 2016

Bongyi Kim Seon-dal is a movie starring Seung-ho Yoo, Jae-Hyun Cho, and Suk-ho Jun. Based on the popular conman character of KIM Seon-dal from Korean folktale who famously sold the water of Daedong River.

Seung-ho Yoo, Min-Hyuk Kim, Jae-Hyun Cho, Suk-ho Jun
History, Adventure, Comedy
Dae-min Park

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Adventure, Comedy
Director Dae-min Park
Writer Dae-min Park
Stars Seung-ho Yoo, Min-Hyuk Kim, Jae-Hyun Cho, Suk-ho Jun
Country South Korea
Also Known As Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River, Nehir Satan Adam, キム・ソンダル 大河を売った詐欺師たち, Thiên Tài Lua Dao
Runtime 2H
Description In-hong is drafted into the army by force to fight in China during the Qing Dynasty. During the struggle to survive in the battlefield, he meets Bo-won and Gyeon. Three men return to Korea to find no means to make living, and decide to form a con ring. Their cons range from selling a chicken as phoenix and disguising an ordinary sword as one that belonged to the great Admiral Yi Shun-shin. Soon, they become wanted by the authorities. The trio continues their scam under the radar. When their attempt to steal from the richest man in town, SUNG Dae-ryun, fails, In-hong sets up another con. He spreads the rumor that gold has been found in Daedong River, and lures SUNG into the trap.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 20:51

There are not many films that inspire people like this one. The creative writing of the film goes beyond what we see on screen. To say it was inspired by any films is an understatement. The film's originality is, of course, in the storytelling. The script in this film is unique in many ways. There are many different plots in the film. We follow the lives of a group of Korean people, who are traveling to South Korea in order to live, work, and enjoy the life. Their journey is also an adventure. In the end, all their friends are reunited and they travel to South Korea. They are the reason why I'm writing this review. The story in this film is fantastic. It is fun, adventurous, and entertaining. It is a film that requires the viewer to watch carefully and learn to appreciate the nuances of the story. I had the opportunity to watch this film with an audience that was truly enjoying it. It is great to see that this is how Korean people are with their stories. The director did an amazing job in the cinematography and sound. The production of this film is great. It is not an average production. The sets, the camera work, the costumes, and the music all work perfectly. It is very much worth seeing the film. There are many things to like about the film. The story is fantastic and the characters are very well-written. In addition, the performances are very well-done. The actors of the film all fit the roles they are given. The characters are not perfect, but they are also not very unlikeable. There are a few parts where the characters seem like they are trying too hard. They are trying to be funny, but they also have a sense of arrogance. There are some parts where the actors become angry at one another and the actors lose their cool. However, all these things do not diminish the actors' performance. The actors are in the film so well that they become the story and the characters become part of the actors. I have seen the film twice and I am glad that I did. The second viewing was better. The second viewing was not a traditional film. There were many things that I noticed in the film that were unique to this film. I am excited to see what is to come from the director.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 14:41

Hwang Jang Lee's The Banker is a little quirky film, and so are the characters in it. As the title suggests, it's a comedy, though it has many of the same basic elements as the Asian hit, When Calls the Heart. The difference is that the latter was made in America, which means you have to have an American audience to appreciate it. For those of us who do not know Asian cinema, that's not a big deal. The films in this genre tend to work better as comedies, but it's nice to see someone like Lee making a film with so many of the same elements in it. There are many elements of the film I like, but I don't want to ruin it by telling you. Lee does a good job at putting you into his character's head, and he also uses the camera to great effect. The camera is always in the frame, and there's a lot of foreshadowing that's done by the characters as well. It's a little weird, but I thought it worked very well. A lot of the comedy is based on the characters' behavior, but I thought the characters were also very funny. It's a little hard to tell if there's a plot going on here, because the whole point is that Lee is telling us about his life, but at times I just wanted the camera to just jump out and tell me what it was. However, I think it's not the main thing in the film. The plot is a little convoluted, but you can just tell that the director wants us to have this one question hanging in the air, "What's going on?" The film is basically a comedy, but there's some serious stuff in it, and I think it works. The film is obviously intended for an American audience, but it's hard to deny that there are some familiar elements here. It's an excellent film, but it does have some flaws. The production is a little bit choppy, and the characters are sometimes a little hard to tell apart. The film is also very uneven. Some parts are quite funny, and the film really needs to do more work with the editing. While the film is not bad, it doesn't really hit the heights it might have. The film is hard to judge, and I can't say it's a must-see for everyone, but I think it's worth checking out. The movie is a little weird, and it could be better, but I still enjoyed it. It's certainly not a must-see, but it's an interesting one. It's a good film, but it's not a great one. 7/10

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