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Film review: Tunnel – Ha Jung-woo trapped in claustrophobic survival drama - South China Morning Post

The premise of this South Korean disaster film – about a regular family man who gets trapped inside a collapsed traffic tunnel – can’t be simpler. But Tunnel , scripted and directed with remarkable poise by A Hard Day ’s Kim Seong-hun, proves to be a thoroughly engaging drama that is peppered with both improbably dark humour and pungent attempts at social commentary. Ha Jung-woo ( The Handmaiden , Assassination ) plays Lee Jung-soo, a car salesman who’s driving home with a cake to celebrate his young daughter’s birthday. He then drives into a seemingly deserted tunnel, which caves in and buries him under a mountain of rubble. Outside, Lee’s wife, Se-hyun (Bae Doona), strains to hold herself together, while a government task force, headed by the deeply sympathetic Kim Dae-kyung (Oh Dal-su), explores excavation options before it’s too late. With just a mobile phone and his car radio to stay in touch with the world, Lee soon learns about the complications in the rescue operation that would keep him buried for days – if not weeks. There are far-fetched developments, chiefly among them how Lee can survive so long with so very little food, but Tunnel never loses our attention as it jumps between the driver’s claustrophobic nightmare and the circus of exploitative journalists... Tunnel opens on March 9. Want more articles like this. Source: www.scmp.com

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  • Film review: Tunnel – Ha Jung-woo trapped in claustrophobic survival drama

    03/07/17 ,via South China Morning Post

    Outside, Lee's wife, Se-hyun (Bae Doona), strains to hold herself together, while a government task force, headed by the deeply sympathetic Kim Dae-kyung (Oh Dal-su), explores excavation options before it's too late. With just a mobile phone and his

  • 'Master': Film Review

    01/06/17 ,via Hollywood Reporter

    Ui-seok Jo's high-stakes thriller stars 'The Magnificent Seven's' Byung-hun Lee as a ruthless corporate con artist with high-level connections in South Korean politics. Multilevel marketing companies have earned a sketchy reputation worldwide, due to

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@UncleJago Also Oh Dal-Su as the slightly useless trainer with a big heart. Haha. 03/05/17, @Elbowski_

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    monterey jack cheese, ground beef, chilies, cayenne, chili powder, cornbread, cumin, garlic powder, onions, enchilada sauce, tomato sauce, salt

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  • Oh Dal-Su

    Book on Demand Limited. 2012. ISBN: 5511438820,9785511438825. 150 pages.

    High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oh Dal-su (born 15 June 1968 in Daegu) is a South Korean actor. He has played many crime-related roles, such as Mr.Park the owner of the organized crime funded private jail in Oldboy (2003) and a former gang boss in Mapado (2005). He plays a semi-comic part as a weapons smuggler in A Bittersweet Life (2005). It is reported that he dubbed the voice of the monster in The Host (2006).

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  • Film review: Tunnel – Ha Jung-woo trapped in claustrophobic survival drama

    03/08/17 ,via South China Morning Post

    Outside, Lee’s wife, Se-hyun (Bae Doona), strains to hold herself together, while a government task force, headed by the deeply sympathetic Kim Dae-kyung (Oh Dal-su), explores excavation options before it’s too late. With just a mobile phone and his ...

  • Hand printing ceremony for last year’s Blue Dragon Film Awards winners

    Yoo Ah-in, Lee Jung-hyun, Oh Dal-su, Jeong Hye-jin, Choi Woo-shik and Lee Yoo-young, from left. (Lim Jeong-yeo/The Korea Herald) With the 37th Blue Dragon Film Awards slated for Nov. 25, last year’s winners gathered Wednesday at the CGV movie house in ...

  • The Tunnel - Movie Review

    08/28/16 ,via twoohsix.com

    The movie features acting performances by Jung-woo Ha, Dal-su Oh, and Doona Bae. You ever drive into a tunnel and think to yourself what might happen if the tunnel suddenly and completely collapsed leaving you trapped under a mountain of debris?

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Oh Dal-su - Wikipedia

Oh Dal-su; Born (1968-06-15) 15 June 1968 (age 48) Daegu, North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea: Other names: Oh Dal-soo: Education: Dong-eui University - Industrial ...

Dal-su Oh - IMDb

Dal-su Oh, Actor: Oldeuboi. Dal-su Oh was born on June 15, 1968 in Taegu, North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea. He is an actor, known for Oldeuboi (2003), The Host ...

Oh Dal-Su - AsianWiki

Profile. Name: Oh Dal-Su Hangul: 오달수 Birthdate: June 15, 1968 Birthplace: Daegu, South Korea Height: 176cm Blood Type: Movies. With God | Singwa Hamgge (2017 ...

Oh Dal-su - Topic - YouTube

Oh Dal-su is a South Korean actor. This channel was generated automatically by YouTube's video discovery system.

Oh Dal-Su @ " Ode To My Father " screening

Oh Dal-Su @ " Ode To My Father " screening
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Oh Dal-Su - AsianWiki

Oh Dal-Su - AsianWiki
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