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[Box office] Movies to see this weekend

Time Renegades
Opened April 13

Thriller. Directed by Kwak Jae-yong

The year is 1983. High school teacher Ji-hwan (Jo Jung-suk) is stabbed and loses consciousness. In 2015, police officer Geon-woo (Lee Jin-wook) is shot. After the incidents, the two gain the ability to see into each other’s lives, some 30 years apart in time. 

Love, Lies
Opened April 13

Drama. Directed by Park Heung-sik

A beautiful female entertainer in 1930s Korea, So-yul (Han Hyo-joo) is enamored of composer Yoon-woo (Yoo Yeon-seok), whose attention turns to her best friend Yeon-hee (Chun Woo-hee) upon hearing her emotion-filled singing voice. So-yul, jealous and frustrated, begins to lose control.

Opened April 7

Mystery/Thriller. Directed by Lee Cheol-ha

Kang Soo-ah (Kang Ye-won) is admitted to a mental institution against her will and administered with various mind-altering drugs by force. Kang begins to keep a record of her experiences, later discovered by TV producer Na Nam-soo (Lee Sang-yoon). Upon investigation, Nam discovers a horrifying truth.  

Steel Flower
Opened April 7

Drama. Directed by Park Suk-young

A girl, Hadam (Jeong Ha-dam) lives on the streets alone. It is winter. She finds refuge in deserted homes, barely getting any rest throughout her struggling existence. She tries to find hope by tap dancing in the city’s narrow alleys. 

Eddie the Eagle
Opened April 7

Drama. Directed by Dexter Fletcher

Eddie Edwards (Taron Egerton) is a loveable underdog who dreams of becoming an Olympic medalist ski-jumper even when everyone is rooting against him. Coach Peary (Hugh Jackman) decides to help him achieve his goals, which leads to an unexpected performance.
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