Opened Nov. 27
Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Directed by Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Olaf (Josh Gad) and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient forest in an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa’s powers in order to save their kingdom.
Bring Me Home
Opened Nov. 27
Directed by Kim Seung-woo
Jeong-yeon (Lee Yeong-ae) heads to a village after receiving a tipoff that her son, who went missing six years ago, has been spotted. But police officer Hong (Yoo Jae-myung) and the villagers act as though they have no idea what she is talking about. Sensing there is more than meets the eye, Jeong-yeon sets out to find the truth.
Opened Nov. 13
Directed by Chung Ji-young
An employee of the Financial Supervisory Service is killed in an accident. An employee of a bank takes her own life, putting the blame on alleged sexual harassment by public prosecutor Yang Min-hyeok (Cho Jin-woong). Seeking to clear his name, Yang finds that the two seemingly unrelated deaths are linked to a questionable acquisition by a foreign investment bank.
The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful
Opened Nov. 7
Directed by Lee Khan
A boy who is all alone in the world stumbles across a man named Heo Il-do (Kim Sung-kyun), who trains him to be a Go player to facilitate his high-stakes gambling scams. The boy, later known as Gwi-soo (Kwon Sang-woo), grows up to be a skilled Go player with a vengeful heart. He hunts down those who have wronged him, including the nation’s best professional Go player, whose actions led to the death of his beloved sister.