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The Art of Fighting ["Ssaum-ui gisul"] Directed by Shin Han-sol. A student attending a rough high school is beaten up nearly every day. A rock documentary which follows the Yoon Do-hyun Band on a multi-nation tour across Europe.
One day he comes across an eccentric man who excels in the art of unconventional fighting. Distributed and sold internationally by CJ Entertainment. Starring Yoon Do-hyun, Park Tae-hee, Kim Jin-won, Heo Joon. Produced, distributed and sold internationally by Sponge.
Good-bye: High school student Jong-hwan commits fraud in order to earn money for a trip to visit his mother in Japan.
Treasure Island: A Japanese woman and her friend come to Korea in search of a 'treasure' buried by her grandfather years earlier. Starring Jeon Ji-hyun, Jung Woo-sung, Lee Sung-jae, Cheon Ho-jin, David Chiang, Yu Soon-cheol, Dion Lam.
The second episode in the omnibus films focused on the issue of discrimination, and financed by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. Screenplay by Kang Seok-beom, Kim Dong-won, Lee Yun-jin. Distributed and sold internationally by CJ Entertainment.
If You Were Me 2 ["Daseot gae-ui shiseon"] Directed by Park Kyung-hee ("Seaside Flower"), Ryoo Seung-wan ("Hey, Man"), Jung Ji-woo ("A Boy With a Knapsack"), Jang Jin ("Someone Grateful"), Kim Dong-won ("Jongro, Winter"). My Boss, My Teacher ["Tusabu-ilche"] Directed by Kim Dong-won. Starring Lee Sung-jae, Choi Min-soo, Jang Se-jin, Lee Eol, Jo An, Yeo Hyun-soo, Kim Dong-hyun, Moon Young-dong.
Starring Baek Yoon-shik, Jae Hee, Kim Eung-soo, Choi Yeo-jin, Park Won-sang, Hong Seung-jin, Park Ki-woong, Lee Moon-shik.
A group of students at an isolated boarding school are taught that eating is sinful, and must be avoided whenever possible. Bewitching Attraction ["Yeogyosu-ui eunmilhan maeryeok"] Written and directed by Lee Ha. Starring Kim Ji-soo, Jo Jae-hyun, Eom Hyo-seop, Jang Hyun-sung, Ki Joo-bong, Yun Je-moon, An Kil-gang. Distributed and sold internationally by CJ Entertainment. Soon she meets three men, each of which betray her. Starring Kwon Sang-woo, Kim Ha-neul, Lee Sang-woo, Jang Mi-in-ae, Park Ji-bin, Jeong Min-ah, Jeong Gyu-su. The beautiful, abused wife of a man with political ambitions tries to kill herself, but is saved by a police detective who has developed a fascination for her. Distributed and sold internationally by CJ Entertainment. Starring Bong Tae-gyu, Kim Tae-hyun, Jeong Gu-yeon, Ha Seok-jin, Jo Dal-hwan, Nam Yun-myeong. Produced by Cineon Entertainment and Sachoonki Pictures. A woman of Korean ancestry living in China lives with her only son, making a living by selling kimchi without a license. An aspiring stuntman and a woman who dreams of becoming an actress have been friends since childhood, but their friendship becomes complicated when each of them start dating someone else. Starring Kwon Sang-woo, Yu Ji-tae, Son Byeong-ho, Eom Ji-won, Kang Sung-jin, Lee Ju-shil, Jeong Won-joong, An Gil-gang. A hot-blooded detective enters into an uneasy partnership with a cool, ruthless prosecutor in a bid to take down a gang boss who harbors political ambitions. Produced by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea.
A corrupt detective gets bitten by a mosquito which previously sucked on the blood of a Transylvanian vampire. "The Werewolf" is about a harrassed high school student who suddenly starts to undergo changes in his body.