Let's Play Dharma Trailer

Let's Play Dharma Trailer (2001)

09 November 2001 Action, Comedy, Foreign 95 mins

Laughs and thrills go hand-in-fist in this Korean action comedy, as a band of criminals fleeing a violent gang war hides out in a monastery. The monks in residence quickly tire of the goons’ distressing behavior and manufacture a series of activities to get even.

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Cast

Park Shin-yang

as Jae-gyu

Jung Jin-young

as Monk Jeong-myeong

Kang Seong-jin

as Nal-chi

Mu-hyeon Lee

as Dae-ho

Mun-shik Lee

as Monk Dae-bong

Lee Dae-yeon

as Chang-guen

Lee Won-Jong

as Monk Hyeon-gak

Kim In-Mun

as Master

Hyeon-kyeong Lim

as Yeun-hwa

Kim Su-ro

as Wang Ku-ra

Ryu Seung-Su

as Monk Myung-chun

Crew

Kim Tae-Hoon

Kim Tae-Hoon Visual Effects Supervisor

Jung-Wook Ko

Jung-Wook Ko Production Manager

International Titles

Dalmaya nolja Trailer

달마야 놀자 Trailer

Hi, Dharma! Trailer

International Releases Dates

Korea 09 November 2001

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