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Megashare The Mimic (2017)
A story of the Jangsan Tiger, who mimics human voices to lure them close, and a family affected by the creature.
Director: Jung Huh
Cast: Jin Heo, Jun Hyeok Lee, Hyuk-kwon Park, Shin Rin-Ah, Jung-ah Yum
Megashare The Big Swindle (2004)
After being convicted for fraud, one month has passed since CHOI Chang-Hyuk\'s release from jail. But this time around he\'s got an elaborate plan cooked up. It\'s the biggest bank heist in ...
Director: Dong-hoon Choi
Cast: Shin-yang Park, Jung-ah Yum, Yun-shik Baek, Ho-jin Chun, Mun-shik Lee, Won-sang Park, Sang-ho Kim, Hie-bong Jo, Yun-seok Kim, Seon Yu
Megashare Ka-teu (2014)
The employees of a big box discount retailer band together when the contract workers are summarily laid off.
Director: Ji-young Boo
Cast: Jung-ah Yum
Megashare Spy (2012)
Kim Myeong-min (39) is Agent Kim, a family man who lives a happy and contented life with his wife and two children. He is disguised as a manager in a company that sells fake viagra imported from China. Together with his three comrades, Agent Kang (Yeom Jeong-ah, 39), Agent Woo (Jeong Kyeo-woon, 29) and Adviser Yoon (Byeon Hee-bong, 70), Agent Kim was sent to South Korea 10 years ago for a special mission.
Director: Min-ho Woo
Cast: Hae-jin Yu, Jung-ah Yum
Release: December 23, 2009
Megashare Jeon Woochi The Taoist Wizard (2009)
Jeon Woo-chi, an undisciplined womanizing Taoist from the Joseon era, ends up in present day Korea causing mayhem with his knack for magic.
Director: Dong-hun Choi
Cast: Hae-jin Yu, Jin-mo Ju, Jung-ah Yum, Sang-ho Kim, Su-jeong Lim, Tae-won Kwon, Young-chang Song
Release: June 13, 2003
Megashare Janghwa, Hongryeon AKA Tale of Two Sisters (2003)
A family is haunted by the tragedies of deaths within the family.
Director: Ji-woon Kim
Cast: Jung-ah Yum, Kap-su Kim, Su-jeong Lim
Megashare Sonyeon, Cheonguk-e gada (2005)
The countless killifish in the neighborhood brooks that swam so fast creating rainbow glitters, the colorful dragonflies which painted the autumn sky with their black and red tails? the old man who lived down the street and gave the smile of the day as he hears the little tunes of the children? old granny who always put a lollipop in our tiny hands after every Sunday supper? where did they all go? To Mars?perhaps? - A mysterious love story delivers a very special reminiscence to all. Little Seung-jae stays up all night and writes letters to So-hee, pretending to be her father in Mars. Leaving Seung-jae?s innocent heart behind, So-hee leaves for a big city. Both grown up to be adults, Seung-jae is a postman who writes letters to So-hee?s grandma - the letters that never came from So-hee. So-hee?s heart hardens after hardships in life and she comes back to her hometown and Seung-jae?s heart swells up again at seeing her again?
Director: Tae-yeong Yun
Cast: Seo-won Cha, Yeong-im Kim, Seok-min Lee, Kwang-rok Oh, Hae-il Park, Jung-ah Yum
Megashare H (2002)
A serial killer named Shin-yun gives himself up to police. e confesses to committing a series of particularly horrifying murders of exclusively female victims. e is imprisoned, awaiting the death sentence for his crimes. Yet the killings do not stop. They continue with all the same characteristics trademarks of the Shin-yun serial killings. The case is re-opened when two more bodies are discovered, both pregnant women. One is found in the city's landfill site, and the other is horrifically murdered on a public bus. Detective Mi Yun (played by Yum Jung-Ah), and her newly appointed partner, Detective Kang (played by Ji Jin-ee), are assigned to the case. Mi Yun and Kang have difficulty working with each other, as their personalities and working methods are constantly in conflict. Detective Kang goes about his new job buoyantly and enthusiastically. e follows a new suspect, uh, and eventually catches him in the act of brutally murdering a woman in a crowded techno bar. uh is taken into custody after Kang shoots and wounds him at the scene of the crime. Once again, the case seems to be solved with this spectacular arrest. Yet the murders continue in copy-cat style. The police desperately hunt for new leads. They start an in-depth investigation of a Doctor Chu, who is Shin-yun's psychiatrist. But progress is frustrated when Dr Chu becomes a victim of the copy-cat killings herself. The murdered psychiatrist's former boyfriend quickly becomes the prime suspect, a fanatical character named Choi. All the pieces in the mystery are finally starting to fit together, and the case seems almost resolved. But all efforts are suddenly frustrated once again, when Choi takes his own life. But still, the killings do not stop with his death. The case gets more complicated, when even the police themselves appear to become suspects in the murders. In unraveling this mystery, everyone involved is pushed to the limits of human understanding.
Director: Jong-hyuk Lee
Cast: Bu-seon Kim, Eol Lee, Jung-ah Yum, Roe-ha Kim, Sun-kyung Kim, Yong-soo Park
Megashare Sad Movie (2005)
When Lee Jin-woo rescued Su-eun from a fire they both defied the odds in surviving. He fell in love with her older sister, Soo-jeong Lim, who now desires the brave fireman to propose marriage thinking that this will make him less fearless in facing the flames and lessen her greatest fear. He wishes to do so, but his romantic streak causes him to seek the proper moment. Su-eun works as a "character" in an amusement park. Her face was scared in the fire, and in addition she is a deaf mute. Feeling free to be more forward when in costume behind a large "Raggedy-Ann" head, she approaches a handsome artist who frequents the park to paint. He starts to come infatuated with her, despite never having seen her face or heard her voice. She starts to fall in love with him. Choi Suk-hyun informs her boyfriend, Jung Ha-seok, that she wishes to break up for he is still unemployed after 3 years and she cannot face a future of poverty. He vows to get a job to reverse her feelings, and when a stranger enlists him to tell her boyfriend a final "goodbye" on the phone, he decides that he can turn doing this into an online business and starts a "separation agency." Busy with her career, Eom Jung-hwa neglects her young son Park Hwi-chan, and he becomes a problem at school. When she is hospitalized he becomes happier since he can visit her anytime and she has time to spend with him. Separation looms as a possible outcome for all of these inter-twined souls who who live and love in Seoul, Korea.
Director: Jong-kwan Kwon
Cast: Jong-ryol Choi, Jung-ah Yum, Ki-woo Lee, Su-jeong Lim, Tae-hyun Cha, Woo-sung Jung
Megashare Tell Me Something (1999)
In Seoul, parts not matching of severed copses of three men are found in cars and bags left in public spaces. Detective Cho, who is under investigation of the Internal Affairs, is assigned to lead the investigation with his team. When the identities of the men are discovered, the police finds that the artist Su-Yeon Chae, who lives with her friend Seungmin Oh, had been lover of the men. Detective Cho and his force protect Su-Yeon and follows the leads based one the information she tells, while the killer executes other victims. However, Cho discloses very dark secrets in the end, finding the real motives of the murderer.
Director: Yoon-Hyun Chang
Cast: Eun-ha Shim, Hang-Seon Jang, Jung-ah Yum, Seok-Hwan An, Suk-kyu Han
Megashare Yeoseonsaeng vs yeojeja (2004)
It's a battle for love between bitter rivals: a primary school teacher...and her twelve year-old student? From Jang Kyu Sung, director of the hit comedy My Teacher, Mr. Kim, comes Lovely Rivals, a hilarious and bittersweet comedy about an unlikely love triangle. Yeom Jung Ah (co-star of A Tale of Two Sisters, and winner of the 2004 Best Supporting Actress Award at the Dae-Jong Film Festival) is Yoe Mi-Ok, a lazy elementary school teacher who longs for a bigger and better teaching job. Thanks to her fiery and sometimes mean personality, Mi-Ok is unpopular with everyone in school. For herself, she couldn't care less – that is, until she meets the handsome new teacher (Lee Jee Hoon) and instantly falls in love!
Cast: Jung-ah Yum, Mun-hee Na, Seung-won Cha, Won-hie Lim, Won-jong Lee
Megashare Nae saengae choeak-ui namja (2007)
Ju-eyon and Seong-tae have been best friends ever since they first met each other 10 years ago. But in one night their 10 year friendship comes crashing to the ground after they sleep together. The comfort and security of marriage is a siren call, an
Cast: Hyeon-jun Shin, In-gi Jeong, Jung-ah Yum