Lee Min Ho’s “Gangnam 1970” to Screen in Select Theaters in the United States and Canada

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Lee Min Ho‘s upcoming action noir film “Gangnam 1970” will be having a limited release in the United States and Canada.

The film’s distributor Showbox Mediaplex announced on January 13 that “‘Gangnam 1970’ will be opening in select theaters in the United States and Canada on February 6.”

Previously, they announced that “Gangnam 1970” will be opening in theaters in various Asian countries throughout January and February. After the film’s premiere in Korea on January 21, the movie will open in Singapore, Vietnam, and Myanmar on January 29, while in Taiwan, it will open on January 30. It is also scheduled to premiere in Malaysia and Indonesia in mid-February. In Thailand and Hong Kong, the film will open in theaters on February 5.

Distributed by DreamWest Pictures that distributed “Tazza 2,” The Face Reader,” and “Friends 2,” in North America, “Gangnam 1970” will see select screenings in major North American cities like Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and Vancouver.

“Gangnam 1970” stars Lee Min Ho and Kim Rae Won in leading roles, and tells the story of the Gangnam real estate craze of the 1970’s.