In Love And The War [K-Movie]

Set during the Korean war, North Korean soldier Kim Jung-Woong (Kim Ju-Hyuk) aims to liberate the people, but when he meets South Korean Sul-Hee (Jung Ryeo-Won) in a village, he slowly starts to change ...

In 1950, residents in a rural village hears rumors of a war. Even though the country of South Korea is in a war, Seokjeongri is a remote rural village seemingly oblivious to what is occurring in other parts of the country. One day, while the villagers are busily preparing for the wedding of the village leader's granddaughter Sul-Hee, a high level North Korean officer Kim Jung-Woong and his troops appear in front of the villagers. The soldiers appear to be ready to takeover the village, but the residents seem elated that the soldiers have arrived. Jae-Chun welcomes the soldiers passionately and Mr. Baek helps the soldiers. The kind village leader and the warmhearted villagers disarm the soldiers. But, all of these actions taken by the villages are part of a calculated and shred strategy to preserve their own safety.

In Sukjungri, the enemies and residents start to mix together, but the war is going in North Korea's favor and higher level authorities in North Korea orders a secret mission ....

Kim Ju-Hyeok - Kim Jung-Woong
Jung Ryeo-Won - Park Sul-Hee
Yu Hae-Jin - Jae-Hoon
Byun Hee-Bong - village elder
Kim Sang-Ho - Mr. Baek
Shin Jeong-Keun - Bong Ki-Reun
Yang Jeong-A - Soo Won-Daek
Kim Bo-Yeon - Wol-Sun
Jeon No-Min - North Korean Soldier
Lee Da-Wit - Dong-Woo
Yu Ha-Jun - North Korean platoon leader
Eom Ji-Seong - Min-Goo
Chae Bin - Sul-Hee (young)
Choi Won-Young - Jae-Bok
Lee Sin-Seong
Han Ki-Joong - Jung-Woong's father

Movie: In Love And The War (International English title) / Sleeping With The Enemy (literal title)
Revised romanization: Jeokkwaui Dongchim
Hangul: 적과의 동침
Genre: Drama, War, Melodrama, Romance
Director: Park Keon-Hong
Writer: Bae Se-Young
Producer: Kim Bum-Sik, Han Kil-Ro, Park Yong-Soo
Cinematographer: Jung Chan-Hong
Release Date: April 27, 2011
Runtime: 135min.
Distributor: Showbox/Mediaplex
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea

Subtitle: none at the moment

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