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My Old Barbershop

Korea, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Lee Ki-ho

Yon-soo usually goes to a hair salon downtown. This time, to save money, he tries an old barber-shop, with a stubborn old barber who wants to give him a very old-style haircut. Yon-soo wants to keep his own chic style, so the battle begins.

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