Keys to the Heart 

(그것만이 내 세상 )

From the renowned producer of The Himalayasand Confidential Assignment, KEYS TO THE HEARTmarks the first comedic role Korean superstar Lee Byung-hun (Magnificent Seven) has starred in more than 10 years. He plays a down-and-out boxer trying to reconnect with his estranged, younger brother with savant syndrome, played by rising actor Park Jung-min (Office). This heart-warming piece tops the local box office and successfully earns more than $25.3 million from 3.4 million admissions.

A welterweight WBC Asian champion in his heyday, Jo-ha (LeeByung-hun) is down on his luck and has nowhere to go. He makes ends meet by sparring for other boxers and by distributing flyers on the streets. One day, he accidentally reunites with his mother In-sook (YounYuh-jung) for the first time in 17 years and moves in with her. There, he meets his unexpected half-brother Jin-tae (ParkJung-min), whom he didn’t know existed.

Although he has level 2 autism, Jin-tae cooks ramen incredibly well, plays video games like no other, and is a savant when it comes to playing the piano. Jo-ha isn’t too fond of his new brother, who always responds to his questions with a simple ‘yup’. But in order to put together some money to move abroad, he has to help out around the house and get to know him.





Lee Byung-hun, Youn Yuh-jung, Park Jung-min

Director: Choi Sung-hyun
Duration (min) :

121min (TBC), Th/ Ed

Version: Theatrical, Edited
Grade: PG
Genre: Family, Comedy
Language: Korean

Chinese & English/English





Worldwide except Korea