A Barefoot Dream

(Korean Movie)
A Barefoot Dream (DVD) Korean Movie
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A Barefoot Dream

A Barefoot Dream

  • Video
  • NTSC Widescreen
  • Audio
  • Korean
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : A Barefoot Dream / 맨발의 꿈
  • Running time: Appx. 121 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2010
  • Listing date : 19 May 2011
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Kim Tae Gyun
  • Cast by
  • Park Hee Soon , Ko Chang Seok , Lim Won Hie , Kim Seo Hyung , Jo Jin Ung
  • Synopsis
  • Kim Won Kwang was a promising soccer player but now he's a struggling businessman who's often taken for a con man. With everything or nothing to lose, he ventures out to East Timor, the land still recovering from the civil war for his last chance. But nothing awaits him there. Discouraged, he's on his way out when he comes across the street kids playing fottball barefoot and comes up with an idea to sell soccer shoes to them.

    Sure of this business idea, he opens a sports store but no one can afford them. He decides to let the kids have the shoes and pay him a dollar per day for 2 months but even that's too much for the poverty-stricken boys.

    With the store being neglected, Kim ends up coaching the kids and even forms a team with them. But it isn't an easy road as some of the kids are at each other's throat because their families are scarred by the civil war. However, Kim believes in them and decides to take them to the international tournament. So their incredible journey begins...

    Best Production (Kim Joon-Jong) - 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards - October 29
    Best Music (Kim Joon-Suk) - 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards - October 29

  • Synopsis
  • Kim Won Kwang was a promising soccer player but now he's a struggling businessman who's often taken for a con man. With everything or nothing to lose, he ventures out to East Timor, the land still recovering from the civil war for his last chance. But nothing awaits him there. Discouraged, he's on his way out when he comes across the street kids playing fottball barefoot and comes up with an idea to sell soccer shoes to them.

    Sure of this business idea, he opens a sports store but no one can afford them. He decides to let the kids have the shoes and pay him a dollar per day for 2 months but even that's too much for the poverty-stricken boys.

    With the store being neglected, Kim ends up coaching the kids and even forms a team with them. But it isn't an easy road as some of the kids are at each other's throat because their families are scarred by the civil war. However, Kim believes in them and decides to take them to the international tournament. So their incredible journey begins...

    Best Production (Kim Joon-Jong) - 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards - October 29
    Best Music (Kim Joon-Suk) - 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards - October 29