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by Jeon Soo-Il


Happy and carefree, Chang-soo and Yunhwa, two young Korean newlyweds are on their honeymoon in Paris. Strolling in Pigalle, in a shop window, a red dress draws Yunhwa's attention, she enters. Chang-soo goes to buy cigarettes. When the young man comes back Yunhwa has disappeared. Not speaking a word of French he desperately searches for her. A research that will turn into a descent into hell, a free fall into a world ruled by illegality, prostitution, drugs, a universe with its own codes and punishments.

international title: Un homme coréen
original title: A Korean in Paris
country: South Korea, France
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Jeon Soo-Il
film run: 86'
screenplay: Jeon Soo-Il, Agnès Feuvre
producer: Antonin Dedet
production: Neon Productions
backing: Slate funding PACA region, ANGOA (Agence Nationale de Gestion des Œuvres Audiovisuelles), MG Distributeur Corée: Montain Pictures Co. Ltd, Sansoo Ventures, Inc Investment
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