Directed by Yoha, the action-thriller Gangnam Blues (Gangnam 1970) stars Lee Min Ho, who is popular with many Burmese fans, and Kim Ye-won, who starred in Love Story in Harvard (formerly University).
Gangnam Blues is a social, It is a story set against the backdrop of real estate development in Seoul’s Gangnam prefecture amid political turmoil. These include the tug-of-war between political power and criminal organizations; The film depicts the friendship between two friends who have been friends since childhood.
During the peak of political corruption in the 1970s, Gunnam in southern Seoul began to turn into a thriving area. Young friends Joanne and Rookie are desperately trying to get their place back because their little house in the suburbs has been demolished. They both grew up together in an orphanage. After leaving the shelter, I was given paper and paper. We struggled to make a living by picking up bottles and making a living.
Those who could do anything for money were involved in horrific political conflicts and broke up when factions clashed and opened fire. Three years later, Joanne Day is living with former gang star Kill Su. Ronggi joins Myepngdong-pa, one of Seoul’s most influential criminal gangs. As a gang star, he has been involved in land scandals in Gunnam, where the dead landlord’s venture, under the guise of secret presidential election funds, has raised the city’s land value.
He was arrested and interrogated by a rival gang when he was attacked by gangs trying to gain more land. What will happen after Saleski is arrested? How will you reconnect with John Day? It’s interesting to see how their friendship can be tested.
Gangnam Blues has been criticized for being the most beautiful and freshest form of Korean film ever produced, and the characters’ performances are not unusual and the editing is complicated.
Lee Min Ho’s cool-blooded gangster style is good, but Kim Won-won’s performance is said to be a bit light-hearted. However, Kim Ye-won tried to lose 15 kg in one month in order to star as a gang star in this film, so her efforts must be commended. In any case, Gangnam Blues is a 135-minute film set in the 1970s.