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Week's New Movie Premieres Updated: 2007-08-17 12:00:00 KST

Week's New Movie Premieres
Time to check on the week's new movies.
We have two Korean films, one's a comedy, and the other's a drama.
And foreign releases this week include a fantasy adventure and a true story about a San Francisco serial killer.
Here's Son Heekyung.
First up this week is the Korean comedy ''Underground Rendezvous.''
The film centers around a teacher who lands a job to teach students in the peaceful village of Cheongsolri, located on the border between South and North Korea.
However, things turn for the worse for the teacher and he unexpectedly becomes homeless.
Then, a man who was trained at a notorious military camp takes over the teaching job.
Residents of the village soon become suspicious about the tough new teacher.

The Korean drama ''Changing Partners'' is highly recommended for couples.
The story revolves around a married couple who is having a difficult time trying to maintain their passion for each other.
Three years into the marriage their relationship can be described as lukewarm.
One day, the two get acquainted with another couple who they think have every luxury imaginable.
All four men and women develop crushes on the wrong people.
Four popular actors and actresses including Um Junghwa and Park Yongwoo star in this film which deals with love and relationships.

''Stardust'' is a fantasy film produced in both the U.S. and Britain.
The adventure film, based on a novel of the same title, revolves around a young man who makes a promise to his lover that he will retrieve a fallen star by bravely going into a magical realm.
The film is set in an English town named Wall, which is secretly a portal to a magical kingdom.

From Hollywood comes the suspense ‘‘Zodiac,’’ based on a true story.
It's about a notorious serial killer, known as ''Zodiac'' who haunts three major newspaper publishing companies in San Francisco in 1969.
''Zodiac'' tells the story of the men and women who were involved in the hunt for the notorious killer, an incident that still remains as one of the most famous unsolved crimes in San Francisco.

Son Heekyung, Arirang News.
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