Swing Kids (2019)

18 / English / Korean / Drama / Musical / Not Available

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(37 Reviews)


The story of Ro Gi Soo, a tap dancing North Korean soldier who was held captive in the Geoje prison camp during the Korean War. ~~ Based on Korean musical "Rho Ki-Soo," written by Jang Woo-Sung and directed by Kim Tae Hyung.

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Swing Kids Reviews

Alexander Lamb
13 January 2019
Touching Korean musical movie

Story: 5 | Acting: 5 | Visual: 5 | Music: 5 | Overall: 5

This is an extraordinary Korean musical movie. The director after directed the sunny days managed to succeed the movie sunny days. Swing kids is an extraordinary movie. First of all, the acting of the actors are convincing and good. The acting of the male lead leader is good besides his exceptional dancing skills. It's a pathetic that Korean people have to be divided ninto two die to different ideologies. It's very true what M.Jackson day in the movie fxxx ideologies. The music overall are comfortable and just nice. The skills of the photography or directory is impressive as all the scenes are nice . Go watch it even if you are not an expert fans.

12 January 2019
A must watch movie!

Story: 5 | Acting: 5 | Visual: 5 | Music: 5 | Overall: 5

I watch this movie twice this week. One word, bombastic. This movie is a compilation of light headed movie with songs that bring us back to old days and a dance that we would love to try. We can't forget about climax and they give us what they needed to show. The friendship between different types of people is possible through dance. Absolutely a must watch movie.

Reload Softpin Percuma
13 January 2019

Story: 5 | Acting: 5 | Visual: 5 | Music: 5 | Overall: 5

Amazing movje title.

Wong Kok Chueng
16 January 2019
Song For Freedom, Dance without borders

Story: 4 | Acting: 4 | Visual: 4 | Music: 5 | Overall: 5

A film adapted from the original Korean musical "Rhokisoo" to wrap the historical tragedy with the joy of singing and dancing. The film is based on the Geoje Island prisoner of war camp in the 1951 Korean War. Saying that the rebellious youth Gi-Soo in the prison camp was attracted by the tap dance of the American black soldier Jackson, he joined the dance group called "Swing Kids" in the prison camp for a little dream of dancing. However, this group of dancers from South Korea, North Korea, the United States and China, regardless of the North-South camp and nationality, are unaware that there is a crisis behind are waiting for them. . . At the beginning of the movie, there was a fascinating song and dance. The Swing Kids dance group was mainly based on tap dancing. Every scene in the movie was very exciting. Of course, the good drama always followed, and final stage tap dance was simply called the audience inside the movie and outside the play smashed the palm of the hand. Every interpretation of the Swing Kids members is in place, especially the awesome male and female protagonists, EXO's D.O. and cuties Park Hye-Soo. In addition to focusing on the dancing part, the film also incorporates patriotism, brotherhood , homesickness, love, friendship, etc., and is extremely impressive! Recommended to support! *

Wong Sai Mooi
17 January 2019
Good movie

Story: 4 | Acting: 5 | Visual: 5 | Music: 5 | Overall: 5

This is a musical movie from Korea. I love it. Although there are down flaws but overall the movie is exciting and entertaining.

12 January 2019

Story: 1 | Acting: 1 | Visual: 1 | Music: 3 | Overall: 2

An average movie with arrange storyline

12 January 2019

Story: 1 | Acting: 1 | Visual: 1 | Music: 3 | Overall: 2

Good good good good good

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