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Sunset in My Hometown (2018)

My dearest Byeon-san, the most hated hometown.

Genre : Drama, Music

Runtime : 2H 3M

Director : Lee Joon-ik

Synopsis

On the day that underground rapper Hak-soo fails his 7th audition, he receives a call from his hometown that his father is in the hospital. But he finds out that it was his father's plot to bring him to Byeon-san. To top it all, he is suspected as a phishing scam criminal and locked up in this small, boring suburb.

Actors

Park Jeong-min
Park Jeong-min
Hak-soo
Kim Go-eun
Kim Go-eun
Sun-mi
Jang Hang-seon
Jang Hang-seon
Hak-soo's Father
Go Joon
Go Joon
Yong-dae
Shin Hyun-bin
Shin Hyun-bin
Mi-kyung
Jeong Gyu-su
Jeong Gyu-su
Sun-mi's Father
Kim Jun-han
Kim Jun-han
Won-joon
Jung Sun-chul
Jung Sun-chul
Joong-sik
Bae Je-gi
Bae Je-gi
Sang-ryul
Lee Jung-hyun
Lee Jung-hyun
Alumni
Shin Mun-sung
Shin Mun-sung
Police
Im Sung-jae
Im Sung-jae
Hak-gi
Bek Hyun-jin
Bek Hyun-jin
Bang-baek
Kim Se-gyeom
Kim Se-gyeom
Patient
Bae Young-ran
Bae Young-ran
Hye-ok
Choi Jung-hun
Choi Jung-hun
Goo-bok
Yoo Young-bin
Yoo Young-bin
Rapper
Song Duk-ho
Song Duk-ho
Rapper
Lee Seung-hun
Lee Seung-hun
Gold medal

Crews

Lee Joon-ik
Lee Joon-ik
Director
Bang Jun-seok
Bang Jun-seok
Original Music Composer
Choi Tae-young
Choi Tae-young
Sound Supervisor
Kim Jung-hoon
Kim Jung-hoon
Editor
Kim Se-gyeom
Kim Se-gyeom
Writer
Lee Eui-tae
Lee Eui-tae
Director of Photography
Lee Jae-sung
Lee Jae-sung
Production Design
Cho Tae-hee
Cho Tae-hee
Makeup & Hair
Kim Jin-sun
Kim Jin-sun
Executive Producer
Sean Kim
Sean Kim
Producer
Choi Mi-yeon
Choi Mi-yeon
Costume Design
Bek Hyun-jin
Bek Hyun-jin
Original Music Composer
Chung Min-joo
Chung Min-joo
Dialogue Editor
Yoo Huck-jun
Yoo Huck-jun
Lighting Director
Shin Young-hoon
Shin Young-hoon
Martial Arts Choreographer
Kim Nam-ho
Kim Nam-ho
Set Decoration
Yu Cheong
Yu Cheong
Props
Cheong Jai-hoon
Cheong Jai-hoon
VFX Supervisor

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