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The Tower is a South Korean disaster thriller film about a fire that breaks out in a luxury skyscraper in central Seoul on Christmas Eve. The film is directed by Kim Ji-hoon, and stars Sol Kyung-gu, Kim Sang-kyung and Son Ye-jin in the lead roles. It was released in theaters on Christmas Day, December 25, At the center of the film is Dae-ho, a single father who helps manage the safety of Sky Tower, a fictional super-high rise in Korea. Home to many luxurious apartments and amenities, including a restaurant. Taking place on Christmas Eve , a massive party turns into a massive disaster as an accident sets the building ablaze. On Christmas Eve, at the luxurious Tower Sky twin tower building in central Seoul , residents and staff members busy themselves with Christmas preparation. A small fire in the restaurant kitchen attracts the attention of Tower Sky staff member Lee Dae-Ho (Kim Sang-Kyung), who notices a faulty water sprinkler system.
This isn't bad, it has a good cast, as most Korean films do, but the movie is definitely lacking. More. Jesse Ortega. Super Reviewer. Kim Ji-Hoon delivers the highs and the lows of The Tower. 2 hours is quite the journey to get through the tower. While the first quarter of the film, also known as the opening act, is full of cheer. Find The Tower (All Region DVD Version Korean Movie with English Sub) at Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. 22 Jun Movie Review: The Tower. by refresh_daemon. Disaster films have been around since at least the s and, although Korea doesn't have a huge history of disaster films, it seems like ever since the Korean film industry has modernized and budgets have increased, Korea has been happy to take on the.
I was just browsing around Netflix and saw this was a korean movie around Christmas so I decided to watch it because 'tis the season! Greatest decision I made today. This movie where do I even begin I forgot to breathe in so many parts! I was laughing and crying and just praying for dear life in this disaster film. You'll. Film Review: The Tower. There are exploitation films and then some, but this Korean twin-tower disaster epic takes the cake for callously evocative imagery and sentimental schlock. Jan 10,