Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star. Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star.
Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star.

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OK! Madam movie review: Korean slapstick comedy is like Die Hard on a plane

  • Lee Cheol-ha’s comedy stars Uhm Jung-hwa and Park Sung-woong as a couple trying to take back a hijacked flight from North Korean agents
  • Look out for a cheeky nod to Die Hard when a character crawls through the plane’s ventilation shaft – just like Bruce Willis’ character once had to do

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star. Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star.
Park Sung-woong in a still from OK! Madam (category IIA; Korean), directed by Lee Cheol-ha. Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon co-star.
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