Paju (Hangul: 파주; RR: Paju) is a South Korean film. It tells the tale of a teenage schoolgirl (Seo Woo) and her complex relationship with her older sister's husband (Lee Sun-kyun). Set in the city where it takes its name from – a longtime military area and now a developing city located close to the North/South Korean. "Paju" opened #6 at the South Korean box office during its opening Oct. Nov. 1st weekend. The movie opened on screens, selling 35, tickets and accounting for 3% of all tickets sold that weekend. "Paju" was selected as the official opening film for the 39th International Film Festival Rotterdam - the first ever. Paju (). Not Rated | 1h 50min | Drama | 29 October (South Korea) · Paju Poster. So close to want but forbidden to love-A girl falls in love with her sister's husband.
15 Oct In "Paju," director Park Chan Ok keeps the camera on a man while looking at the influence and impact three women have on his life. Rarely is such detail and veracity bestowed on female characters in Korean mainstream cinema. First Korean film to open the Rotterdam Film Festival. Teenager Eun-mo suspects her brother-in-law is responsible for her sister's death. Perhaps more. 3 Apr (Sources: left, right) I'm not allowed to love this person? Because you say I can't, I want it all the more. With posters like these, then you could be forgiven for thinking that Paju (파주) is about some forbidden, Lolita-like relationship between the 2 main characters. Indeed, add promotional photoshoots of Seo.
21 Dec Becoming Korea's military mecca after liberation, the city is now trying to establish itself as a cultural hub with the construction of the Paju Book City, over million square meters of eco-friendly land completely devoted to the publishing industry, a cultural oasis for writers, critics and public alike. Exactly.