• Director
    KIM Jee-woon, YIM Pil-sung
  • Year
  • Nationality
  • Genre
    Si-Fi Drama
  • Status
    Release(April 11, 2012)
  • Starring
    KIM Kang-woo, RYOO Seung-bum, SONG Sae-byeok
  • Running Time
  • Festival & Review
    • 2012 Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival

      2012 Fantasia Film Festival

      2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas

      2012 New York Asian Film Festival

  • Brace Yourselves for the End is Near in 2012!.

      DOOMSDAY BOOK 1. Desire only leads to a horrific end; < A BRAVE NEW WORLD > YOON Seok-woo (RYU Seung-bum) is a researcher whose family goes on a trip, leaving him behind to his lonesome. When his friend sets him up on a blind date, Seok-woo just carelessly discards the food waste from his home and heads out to go on his date. His night consists of a good barbecue and dancing at a club with the hot young girl (KO Joon-hee). He finally gets to kiss the girl, when a couple of high school students interrupt their intimate moment. Seok-woo experiences strange physical changes as he is somehow able to beat them to a pulp with a surge of strength. Soon zombies flood the streets of Seoul, as the mass media frantically tries to uncover the identity of a mysterious virus that brings the city to ruins. DOOMSDAY BOOK 2. The creation, mankind, covets the realm of gods! < THE HEAVENLY CREATURE > In a future where robots have replaced human labor. At the Temple of the Heavens, the robot RU-4 reaches enlightenment on its own. The robot's manufacturer, UR International, believes this phenomenon to be a threat to mankind and decides to terminate the robot. But the other monks call this robot by the name of In-myeong and revere him, standing against the corporation's decision. Just as the UR guns are pointed to In-myeong, a UR engineer named PARK Do-won (KIM Kang-woo) goes against their orders and stands before In-myeong to protect him. DOOMSDAY BOOK 3. After that fateful day, be thankful for being alive! The second birth of mankind! < HAPPY BIRTHDAY > PARK Min-seo (JIN Jee-hee) is a young grade school student who accidentally breaks her billiards-obsessed father's favorite pool ball. She logs into a mysterious website and puts in an order for a new pool ball. But two years later, live television reports talk of an unidentified meteor heading toward Earth and Min-seo�s family flees to an underground bomb shelter built by her nerdy uncle (SONG Sae-byuk). After seven years pass, a bright light lures the brave Min-seo (BAE Doo-na) out of the shelter to the world outside to witness a changed world.
      • KIM Jee-woon KIM began his career as a stage actor, then a stage director, and a screen writer. He made his directorial debut with his own award winning screenplay < The Quiet Family >. KIM's films are hailed both by critics and audiences alike for his unique styles and storytelling. His second feature < The Foul King > draw more than 2million admissions. His beautiful horror film, < A Tale of Two Sisters >, gathered more than 3.5 million admissions which has been made into a remake by DreamWorks. His latest film, < The Good, The Bad, The Weird > scored more than 7 million admissions in Korea. Filmography 1998 THE QUIET FAMILY 2000 THE FOUL KING 2003 A TALE OF TWO SISTERS 2005 A BITTERSWEET LIFE 2008 THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD 2010 I SAW THE DEVIL YIM Pil-sung Born in 1972, YIM started making short films from 1997. Among them, < BABY > was invited to Venice Film Festival and Karlovy vary International Film Festival in 1999. He debuted with his feature < Antarctic Journal > where explorers in the Antarctic face mysterious deaths. Filmography 2005 Antarctic Journal 2007 Hansel and Gretel