Lok Virsa to screen first Korean film

EntertainmentLok Virsa to screen first Korean film

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Lok Virsa Mandwa Film Club for the first time will screen a Korean Film on January 17 at Virsa Media Center.

Film “How to Steal a Dog” is a 2014 film directed by Kim Sung-ho, based on the novel of the same name by Barbara O’Connor and cast include Lee Re, Kim Hye-ja etc.


The film won three awards at the 33rd Ale Kino Festival and nominated three times at the 52nd Grand Bell Awards. The film has a very well written story line.

The cast of the film includes Lee Re as Ji-so, Lee Ji-won as Chae-rang, Kim Hye-ja as Old lady, Choi Min-soo as Dae-po, Kang Hye-jung as Jeong-hyeon Lee, Chun-hee as Soo-young, Lee Hong-gi as Seok-gu, Lee Ki-young as Director Park and  Jo Eun-ji as Chae-rang’s mother.

In the film a young girl’s (Lee Re) father goes bankrupt. The girl’s family loses their houses and they don’t have a place to live. One day, the girl sees a flyer offering a reward of $500 for a missing dog. The young girl then sets out to “borrow” dogs from wealthy families to obtain reward money.

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