Meet the cast of Wandeugi

Wandeugi (English title: Punch) is currently the number one movie in South Korea. It stars Yoo Ah In, among others, with Filipina expat Jasmine Lee playing the role of his mother.

Jasmine Lee of Wandeugi
Jasmine Lee of Wandeugi

This Saturday, November 12th, they will have a theater tour in Incheon. Here is their schedule on Saturday, as posted by Jasmine on her FB page.

November 12th, Saturday
12:20 – Megabox Yeonsu
1:10-3:30 – CGV Incheon Terminal
2:00-4:20 – Lotte Incheon
2:20-5:00 – CGV Incheon
4:00-6:20 – Lotte Bupyeong
5:00-7:20 – CGV Bupyeong
6:10 – Primus Sopoong
6:40-8:40 – CGV Bucheon

Watch the movie on the schedule in the theaters given above so you can see Director Lee Han, Kim Yoon Seok, Yoo Ah In, Jasmine Lee and Park Hyo Joo in person.

Wandeugi is also still showing with English subtitles in the following theaters. I got the info from the CGV app on my Android ;p

CGV Gangnam
November 9th – 24:10, 25:15
November 10th – 12:20, 23:00, 24:20
November 11th – 12:20, 22:50, 24:10
November 12th – 8:30, 12:10, 26:10
November 13th – 8:30, 12:10, 24:50

CGV Guro
November 9th – 24:05
November 10th – 24:50
November 11th – 25:30
November 12th – 24:45
November 13th – 23:50
November 14th – 24:50
November 15th – 24:50
November 16th – 23:30

CGV Myeongdong Station
November 9th – 23:25
November 10th – 8:55, 11:10, 23:35
November 11th – 8:55, 11:10, 23:35
November 12th – 8:30, 10:45, 24:35
November 13th – 8:30, 10:45, 24:35

CGV Yongsan
November 9th – 24:45
November 10th – 9:50, 11:30, 23:35
November 11th – 11:25, 13:50, 23:10
November 12th – 8:40, 23:30, 24:30
November 13th – 8:40, 23:30, 24:30
November 14th – 11:25, 13:50, 24:40
November 15th – 11:25, 13:50, 24:40
November 16th – 11:25, 13:50, 24:40

See you at the movies!

4 comments

  1. I just saw it yesterday at the CGV Cinema here in L.A.’s Koreatown. Great feel-good movie with a strain of optimism and goodwill running through its characters’ seemingly bleak lives. There is a Christian theme, too, but it’s handled in a lighthearted, humorous vein and doesn’t beat you over the head with any messages. Everyone was very good in it, and Yoo AIne really shined (didn’t realize he was so tall!). He’s a really charismatic young actor, and I can already see he has a bright future ahead of him. And finally, Jasmine Lee assayed a very sympathetic migrant-worker mother to Yoo’s character. She started out seemingly timid and mousy but eventually turned out to be a strong, unbowed woman despite her circumstances. All in all, a very good movie.

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