WriterSeung-Hwan Lee (screenplay) Release dateNovember 28, 2013 (2013-11-28) Initial releaseNovember 28, 2013 (South Korea) CastJung Jae-Young (Woo-seok), Kim Ok-bin (Young-eun), Choi Daniel (Ji-wan), Lee Dae-yeon (Chief Jo), Shin Da-eun (Namgoong Sook), Oh Gwang-Rok (Doctor Seo) Similar moviesLucy, Avatar, Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, Dredd, Bicentennial Man
TaglineIn the world of tomorrow We have gone extinct
11 A.M. (Hangul: 열한시; RR: Yeolhansi; lit. "AM 11:00") is a 2013 South Korean sci-fi thriller film directed by Kim Hyun-seok, and starring Jung Jae-young, Kim Ok-bin and Choi Daniel. It was released in theaters on November 28, 2013.
In the not-so distant future, researchers at a deep-sea laboratory have finally invented a time machine. The device can move objects ahead 24 hours, but the scientists have never tried it on people before. Head researcher Woo-seok is promised major funding from a mega-corporation if he completes a test run. Along with his assistant Young-eun, he schedules a jump to 11 a.m. the next day. Upon their successful arrival, they find the base in pandemonium, while the other researchers have disappeared. What's more, someone is out to get them. With the surveillance camera recordings as the sole clue, they must investigate for the next 24 hours the mysterious happenings that occurred at the lab, figure out what happened over the past day and go back in time in order to prevent it.
Jung Jae-young as Woo-seok, the brilliant physicist leading the time travel project
Kim Ok-bin as Young-eun, a cool-headed researcher
Kim Sung-kyung as young Young-eun
Choi Daniel as Ji-wan, a rational physicist who puts more trust into people than technology