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Save The Green Planet Review


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Korea strikes again. Save the Green Planet is a wildly imaginative fun ride that manages to be a comedy, a tragedy, a thriller, and a minor sci-fi epic all at the same time. It also manages to pose a pretty heavy question: is depraved mankind truly worthy of occupying this beautiful planet?

Mankind may be in more danger than it knows. Lee Byeong Gu (Shin Ha Gyun) has been driven slightly mad by a lifetime of abuse, his mother's comatose condition, and a ready supply of psychotropic drugs. After much thought, he has come to the conclusion that hostile aliens are among us and that their goal is to take our planet. His task: Stop them at all costs.

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