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Blockbuster film 'Attorney' explores civil rights issues

By Jeff Chung

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 02, 2014

~~<p>This year's first South Korean blockbuster film, &quot;The Attorney,&quot; will be released in Hawaii Friday. The film stars one of my favorite Korean veteran actors, Kang Ho Song, who was also my first guest at the Hawaii International Film Festival in 2002 for the opening night film &quot;YMCA Baseball Team.&quot;</p>
<p>Song plays an attorney who moves to Busan to make a fortune as a real estate tax specialist but becomes a civil rights lawyer when his favorite restaurant owner's son is jailed on false accusations.</p>
~~

This year's first South Korean blockbuster film, "The Attorney," will be released in Hawaii Friday. The film stars one of my favorite Korean veteran actors, Kang Ho Song, who was also my first guest at the Hawaii International Film Festival in 2002 for the opening night film "YMCA Baseball Team."

Song plays an attorney who moves to Busan to make a fortune as a real estate tax specialist but becomes a civil rights lawyer when his favorite restaurant owner's son is jailed on false accusations. Login for more...



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