Ice Bar Korean Movie DVD (All region, Korean Audio with English Sub, Thai Audio & Sub Available)
Ice Bar, is a nostalgic throwback to the familiar family film genre evoking childhood yearnings, familial sentiments, and the quiet atmosphere of a bygone era that defined today's adult generation. Young Rae (Park Ji Bin), a bright ten-year-old boy living in the countryside with his mother, is often teased by classmates for not having a father. One day, Young Rae discovers that his father whom he believed to be dead is actually living in Seoul. To raise money for the long train ride to Seoul, he sells ice bars on the street, ice bars that will bring him to his father.
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Crammed full of childish wit, Ice Bar turf warfare and some of the best child acting I've seen in a very long time, Ice Bar is definitely a big hitter in my books. Not only does it have the wit of The Goonies, it has hints of 60s Korean politics and even the odd Railway Children moment (even before the scene with the train).
Ice Bar is one of those films that doesn't try to be bigger than it is, but doesn't sit at the bottom of the stagnant pile of modern comedy films. It's definitely one of those films that fills you with the childish warmth of summer.