1987: When the Day Comes

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1987: When the Day Comes

In January 1987, a 22-year-old college student dies during a police interrogation. Under the orders of Director Park (Kim Yoon-seok), the police request the body to be cremated in order to destroy evidence. Public Prosecutor Choi (Ha Jung-woo), who was on duty on the day of the incident, denies the request and calls for an autopsy. The police maintain the lie that the death was a simple accident, resulting from shock. The autopsy results, however, point to torture as the cause of death. Yoon (Lee Hee-jun), a journalist following the case, reports that the death was a result of asphyxiation during torture. Director Park attempts to conceal the truth by ending the case, arresting two detectives including inspector Cho (Park Hee-soon). While in prison, inspector Cho reveals the truth to prison guard Han Byung-yong (Yoo Hai-jin), who embarks on a dangerous mission to relay the information to an opposition politician through his niece, Yeon-hee (Kim Tae-ri).

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Been waiting to watch this movie… I finally got to watch last night…. I could not speak a word for a very long time even after the ending credit finished….. I just sat there and cried ….

    I am so proud of my country and what it has achieved through these many sacrifices and believe that S Korea's democracy will be strong for years to come.. they decided to act. they had to act. I will never take for granted for what we can have for today. Because of them… our father generations… thank you.

  2. Personally I seldom tear up while I watching a movie. Except for this one. Fantastic. As a Chinese, I admire Koreans that fight for powers. China has similar protests 2 years later, but PRC suppressed it. Among these years, Chinese just keep mouth shut.

  3. I can't stop crying. I am so proud of my home country and the Korean people. Thank you so much for making such a wonderful film.

  4. Korean democracy is earned by all these people with courage. Those are my fathers and I am proud of them.

  5. One of the most inspirational movie from Korea. Fantastic pace and acting from every actor. Not to be missed.

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