The Golden Holiday

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The Golden Holiday
The Golden Holiday Poster.jpg
Poster
Directed byKim Bong-Han
Produced byShin Min-Chul
Jang Sung-Won
Screenplay byKim Bong-Han
StarringKwak Do-won
Kim Dae-myung
Kim Sang-ho
Kim Hee-won
Production
companies
Changchun Film Co., Ltd.
Distributed byShowbox
Release date
  • 29 September 2020 (2020-09-29)
Running time
106 minutes[1][2]
CountrySouth Korea
LanguageKorean

The Golden Holiday (Korean국제수사; HanjaGookjesoosa) is a 2020 South Korean action comedy film written and directed by Kim Bong-Han, starring Kwak Do-won, Kim Dae-myung, Kim Sang-ho and Kim Hee-won.[3] The film follows a detective who takes his family on a trip to Philippines and becomes a murder suspect, only to become further entangled with a criminal organization as he starts investigating the case with the help of a tourist guide, in order to clear his name. The film co-stars Shin Seung-hwan, Shin Dong-mi and Lee Han-seo. Actors Son Hyun-joo and Jo Jae-yoon make cameo appearances. It is director Kim's third film after The Hero (2013) and Ordinary Person (2017). Filipino actor Mon Confiado makes his South Korean film debut with the film shot mostly in Philippines.[4]

The film was originally scheduled for release on August 19, 2020, but was indefinitely delayed due to resurgence in the COVID-19 cases.[5][6][7] It was released theatrically on 29 September 2020.[8]

Synopsis[edit]

Hong Byeong-soo, a Daecheon detective, takes his family to Philippines on his 10th anniversary, with the hidden intention of tracking down his old friend Yong-bae who scammed him and got away with it a few years ago. In Manila, Byeong-soo finds himself framed for a murder and sets out to prove his innocence by investigating his own case with the help of Man-Cheol, a tourist guide. With their investigation not going well, Byeong-soo then discovers Yong-bae in prison and learns about a case surrounding "Yamashita's Gold". As Yong-bae offers him a good share of gold, Byeong-soo becomes embroiled in the case.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "국제수사(2020)". Daum Movies.
  2. ^ "The Golden Holiday". Showbox.
  3. ^ "The Golden Holiday". The Film Catalogue.
  4. ^ "Mon Confiado stars in PH-set KR film "The Golden Holiday"". KStreetManila.
  5. ^ "Release of New Action Comedy Delayed Due to COVID-19 Resurgence". HanCinema. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
  6. ^ "'The Golden Holiday' release delayed as COVID-19 resurges". Korea Herald. Retrieved 17 August 2020.
  7. ^ "Film industry cancels events as COVID-19 cases spike again". The Korea Times. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  8. ^ "[Photos] New Stills Added for the Upcoming Korean Movie "The Golden Holiday"". HanCinema. Retrieved 23 September 2020.

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