Music directorNobuhiko Morino Duration CountryJapan
WriterKayoko Asakura (screenplay) Release dateFebruary 22, 2013 (2013-02-22) (Yubari Film Festival) CastKim Kkobbi (Ah-Jung), Nanako Ohata (Erica), Akihiro Kitamura (Masanori), Shijimi (Hirono) Similar moviesKim Kkot-bi appears in Its a Beautiful Day and Breathless
Its a Beautiful Day (???????????) is a 2013 Japanese-American horror film directed by Kayoko Asakura. It stars Kim Kkot-bi. It is the debut film by Kayoko Asakura and had its premiere at the Yubari Film Festival in 2013. The film is set in California, where A-jung (Kim Kkot-bi) is picked up by her Japanese friend Takako (Amagi Chika). They visit Takakos friends who treat A-jung poorly. That night around a campfire, mysterious supernatural events begin to happen involving Takakos friends.
Korean international student A-Joong (Kim Kkobbi) takes part in a camp at a country village, located in the suburbs of Los Angeles. A-Joong isn't happy with the Japanese international students who seem to be addicted to alcohol, drugs or sex. At that time, some brothers, who make a living through murders and burglary, target the cottage where the international students stay.
Its a Beautiful Day premiered at the Yubari Film Festival on February 22, 2013. It received theatrical release in Japan on June 8, 2013.
Kim Kkot-bi appears in Its a Beautiful Day and Breathless. Kim Kkot-bi appears in Its a Beautiful Day and A Record of Sweet Murder. Host & Guest (2005). Go - Stop - Murder (2013). Minor Club (2014).
Derek Elley of Film Business Asia gave the film a seven out of ten rating, noting that the film is "restrained, with no fountains of blood and few flying bodyparts" and that "the film deliriously pushes the borders of the genre"