A Barefoot Dream (Hangul: 맨발의 꿈; RR: Maenbalui Kkum) is a 2010 drama film co-production between South Korea and Japan directed by Kim Tae-kyun. It is based on the true story of Kim Shin-hwan, a retired Korean footballer who goes to East Timor after his business fails and launches a youth football team, thus becoming the "Hiddink of Korea." The film was selected as the South Korean entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist. The film recorded 332,699 admissions during its theatrical run in South Korea. Wikipedia
A Barefoot Dream is a member of the following lists: Korean-language films, South Korean films, 2010 films, 2010s drama films, Association football films, South Korean drama films, South Korean sports films, Films directed by Kim Tae-gyun, Showbox films and Films directed by Kim Tae-kyun.
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