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    Gangnam 1970

    In the 1970s, during the height of political corruption, Gangnam, the southern part of Seoul is starting to be transformed into a developed area. Childhood friends Jong-dae and Yong-ki struggle to get by, until their shanty homes are demolished by local thugs. Jong-Dae then becomes involved in a struggle of interests over development in Gangnam, Seoul. In the process, he lives with Gil-Soo and Sun-Hye as they accept Jong-Dae like a family member. Jong-Dae also becomes a gang member.
    Genre: Action
    Country: Korea
    Duration: 135 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 6.3
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  • Actors of "Gangnam 1970"

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    Ha Yoo. Director of Gangnam 1970
    Ha Yoo
  • Creators of "Gangnam 1970"

    Ha Yoo. Director of Gangnam 1970
    Ha Yoo
  • Critic Reviews of "Gangnam 1970"

    FILMINK (Australia)
    March 06, 2015

    Director Yoo Ha does not hold back, with torture, stabbings, hatchet attacks and beatings taking centre stage. What makes this film work, however, is its analysis of the South Korean elite prior to the reestablishment of democracy in 1987.

    Sydney Morning Herald
    February 27, 2015

    Gangnam Blues does not break much new ground for its genre, but it's very well-made in what is by now a familiar Korean style, emphasising clarity, medium-to-long shots, and symmetrical compositions with actors often directly facing the camera.

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