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A story about 4 gay men who try to lead a normal life in Korea, the conservative and harsh country for LGBT in Asia.
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You can watch the official trailer of the movie here:
Original Title: Chonno no Kiseki
Country: South Korea
Category: Documentary, Drama
Director: Hyuk-Sang Lee
Stars: Chang Byoung-Gwon, So Jun-Moon, Jung Yol
Run time: 117 min
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