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Imgeumnimui sagunsoocheob is a movie starring Sun-kyun Lee, Jae-hong Ahn, and Hee-won Kim. A clever King and his brilliant chronicle keeper hunt for the truth behind a crime that threatens the throne and the stability of the country.

Comedy, Mystery
Hyun-Sung Moon
Hee-won Kim, Jae-hong Ahn, Jin-mo Joo, Sun-kyun Lee

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Comedy, Mystery
Director Hyun-Sung Moon
Writer Yoon-Mi Heo, Hyun-Sung Kang, Eui-Mok Jung
Stars Hee-won Kim, Jae-hong Ahn, Jin-mo Joo, Sun-kyun Lee
Country South Korea
Also Known As 王様の事件手帖, The King's Case Note
Runtime 1 h 54 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description During the Joseon Dynasty, power was persistently threatened by political and social tug of wars, often leading to crimes and cover-ups. King Yejong, makes a point to gather evidence related to these criminal activities and solve the cases, bringing those responsible to justice. As King does this, a brilliant young man, Seo, is appointed as King's chronicle keeper. The King immediately realizes that Seo is the perfect aid for solving crimes. The young man nearly has a photographic memory and is lightning fast at recalling details. And his arrival at King's side couldn't have come at a better time. In Hanyang, there is a particularly strange case that King is drawn to. Part of his interest comes from a rumor that the event stemmed from an effort to dethrone Yejong. Sensing opposition brewing, Yejong recruits Seo to help him discover the truth behind the unusual, and potentially treasonous, incident.

Top reviews

Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 07:42

There is one joke, and it is a big one. Every time they see the same woman in a cafe, the older man will invariably say, "Who's that?" and the younger man will reply, "That's her. And she is a pretty one." Sometimes it's a whole restaurant, but most often it's just a cafe. That's the joke. It's the one I can't get out of my head, and that makes me laugh. I think the rest of the film is very well done. There are some strong laughs, but it is hard to say how well, since it's a comedy, not a drama. I don't know what to say about the ending. The one that comes to mind is a police officer who is taken prisoner by a gang. He is a good guy, but the gang tells him that he's in the wrong place. I think the gang's offer is that he will be released in exchange for him getting rid of the man who killed his brother. So the gang releases him, and the cop is released. But then the gang gets back to them. They beat the cop, and they take him prisoner. That's the end. There is one of these prison films where the prison is an actual prison, so they are really in a prison. That is, you can see the walls and the guards. The actor playing the cop is just as good as the actor playing the prisoner. I just don't know what the director and producer are thinking. But they are both really good. I'm sorry to say, I have never seen a Japanese film with the characters wearing such silly, unkempt clothes. That is, I've seen only two Japanese films with such costumes, and they were both very good. I hope I'll see more Japanese films like this one.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 07:29

The kind of movies you can watch over and over again, but it has a charm that makes it stick in your mind for a while. The real-life tragedy that unfolded in the 80's, when the infamous suicide of a doctor named Miki Kita (Sei-ichi Maeda) left the entire hospital staff in shock. Kita's mother was a kind and caring person who loved her son, but he had problems. One of his siblings tried to commit suicide and Kita was forced to take care of her, which made him fall in love with her. The story begins with Kita's arrival at the hospital, where he is treated as a complete stranger. He wants to tell his mother that he loves her, but is put in a panic when she refuses to believe him. When the nurse introduces her son to the doctors, he falls for the new doctor and tells her everything. But soon he begins to discover more about her and soon she is in love with him. What follows is a true story of a mother's love for her son and her anger at the hospital staff who are being "outed" by the hospital. The movie does a very good job of showing how a mother and a son are different, and how they can't help but fall in love. There are some very funny parts, and it is a great film to watch with friends. You can't help but love this film. The director himself has been in many other Japanese films, but this is his first ever film in English. His next film, "The Red Hand" is another Japanese film with a very similar story, but this time, it's about a mother's love for her son and her anger at the hospital staff who are being "outed" by the hospital. My rating: 7 out of 10.

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