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Yakiniku Dragon

MA15+ Drama

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Synopsis

From their ramshackle yakiniku restaurant, a Korean family endure the battles of their migrant experience in 1970s Japan.

From their ramshackle yakiniku restaurant, a Korean family endure the battles of their migrant experience in 1970s Japan. The industrious and resilient spirit of immigrant parents, the romantic rivalry and companionship of three sisters, and the struggle of their bullied younger brother, tells a complex story of intolerance and identity in postwar Japan. Yakiniku Dragon, originally an award-winning stage play, is adapted for the big screen with an all-star cast led by Yoko Maki, Mao Inoue, Kim Sang-Ho and Yo Oizumi. 

Running Time 2hr 06m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Cast Yoko Maki, Mao Inoue, Yo Oizumi, Nanami Sakuraba
Director Wishing Chong

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